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Global Conflicts: a Document of Learning

The liberation of Europe. What a huge, open topic! The liberation of Europe had been the fight of the Allied forces and the German empire; It was the struggle to regain the land that was taken by Germany and Hitler…. Continue Reading →

Desmos Graphing!

Desmos: Totoro When it came to figuring out what exactly I was going to draw on a graphing calculator, I had a lot of trouble selecting an image to base my work off of. I considered doing rather complex flowers… Continue Reading →

Canadian Novel Study Speech

Imagine being looked down upon, shunned, ignored, and disrespected just plainly for existing. Imagine living under the same skies as anyone else, breathing the same air yet being pushed away because of the way you were born. Racism, prejudice, and… Continue Reading →

Last In-Depth Post!

Sweet Jesus, there are now less than 20 days until in-depth night. Many things have happened after my last post, and I learned a lot in general. First things first, I scraped together some of my own money and purchased… Continue Reading →

JAM essay

Yunmin Lee Humanities May 5th, 2019   Outcome over process: John A. MacDonald’s Way of Victory   With continuous changes in our social paradigm, the media of today tends to communicate rather provocative and negative criticisms of eminent figures in… Continue Reading →

Canadian Biography Check – in

The following are my five passages from Viola Desmond: Her Life and TImes. *these quotes are told from the perspective of Viola’s sister, Wanda, who is alive today. — Personal Interest: What did you find particularly interesting or intriguing about this passage… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Post #5

We’re already in April. Needless to say, I have been getting some progress done even though I couldn’t meet with my mentor many times due to her personal circumstances. Thankfully, the uke isn’t a terribly difficult thing to practice. I… Continue Reading →

Is Canada a nation, simply a country, or a ‘post national’ state’?

“Is Canada a nation, simply a country, or a ‘post national’ state’? With respect to both of the articles assigned, I believe that Canada should be considered a nation. Canada, like any other recognized nation in the world, shares many… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Blog post #4

This is so crazy. Week 7 already? Week 4 for me. Technically. Funny story, a tea shop called me a few days ago asking if I still needed a mentor. I turned them down because I’m doing Ukulele with Hira… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Post #3

Wow! It’s been quite a while since in-depth started. I am so happy to say that I have finally settled on a topic and have secured a mentor. The whole “tea” thing was a great idea and I was really… Continue Reading →

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