A: Character Development “Non-stop” is one of the longest and most impactful songs in the whole musical. At the beginning of this song we follow Hamilton and Burr into New York after the war. They both started studying law together, yet Hamilton was gaining popularity at a rapid pace. Hamilton is given many responsibilities throughout this song, and […]Read More HAMILTON: Non-Stop DOL
CLICK HERE to watch my TALON Talk! See my bibliography at the bottom! Here are my notes: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zt6sfg8/revision/2 Currently about half of the carbon dioxide released from the burning of fossil fuels is not absorbed by vegetation and the oceans and remains in the atmosphere. Extra carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases the greenhouse effect.The impact of climate change […]Read More Is Carbon Dioxide Benefiting or Ruining Our Planet?
How did the social dynamic between the indigenous people and the European settlers change over time? The Rundown: When the French and English left the unjust ways of Europe, they came to Canada to build civilized settlements. When they encountered the indigenous peoples of Canada, the Europeans” saw Indigenous nations as allies, and relied on them […]Read More Canada 1605- 1763 Inquiry Project: In the Form of Song!
My Ecological Footprint: 2.37 hectares Comparing it to others: Compared to others, my score is quite low already. Some of my peers scored 5.6, 7.2, 8, 7.1, and 8.8. What Increased my Ecological Footprint? Carpooling to school twice a day Food in plastic wrappers Living Space of my home Long Showers Matching Socks Not fully wearing […]Read More Ecological Footprint Assignment
Over the past few weeks, I began my cross- stitching unit. I plan on making two projects in this unit. The first project that I made was a simple cupcake design using a 3×3 ring on an aida fabric. I started by learning to make a center marker on the fabric using sewing thread […]Read More In-Depth Update #6
What conditions are needed for revolution to occur? Based on your readings so far, what is the single most significant factor leading the animals to revolution? A revolution is when a group of likeminded people band together to overthrow a form of injust government or social order, in favor of a new system. The conditions needed for revolution […]Read More Animal Farm Complete Guided Inquiry
To what extent do power and privilege, or lack thereof affect the beliefs and actions of individuals in a revolution? There can never truly be equality while anyone is in power or has privilege. When power is bestowed upon you, your people will look towards you to guide them into a belief system. When this […]Read More Animal Farm Guided Inquiry DOL #2