Monthly Archives: February 2013

Free Pass For Class Excuse:

February 22, 2013 at 7:49 pm, by

For the Nation’s Argument course, we created our own GCE amendment to make the school system more fairly and healthy. We proposed our own amendments and presented to the group so they could vote whether it passed or fail. The voting was held on a Haitian restaurant because the country was the nation had trouble Read More…

Free Pass For Class Excuse:

February 22, 2013 at 7:49 pm, by

For the Nation’s Argument course, we created our own GCE amendment to make the school system more fairly and healthy. We proposed our own amendments and presented to the group so they could vote whether it passed or failed. The voting was held on a Haitian restaurant because the country was the nation had trouble Read More…

Light & Sound: Building a Radio

February 22, 2013 at 7:42 pm, by

  For this Unit in Light & Sound, we learned about how sound travels by building AM radios. This project was so enlightening. I never knew how radios worked, and building one was really helpful for me when it came to understanding the mathematical aspects of the class. Please feel free to check out my Read More…

Researching Mental Illness Widespread by HM

February 22, 2013 at 7:01 pm, by

In Hurricane Season, our second project as action was to find an unnatural disaster we feel strongly about and find a place in the US where it is a large issue and a place outside of the US that is also struggling with whatever this unnatural may be.  For my unnatural disaster, I chose to Read More…

AN INTERVIEW WITH FAITH

February 22, 2013 at 6:34 pm, by

  In my Who I am course, I interviewed a Jehovah witness. After my interview, I felt very enlightened. FRERE TOUSAN For our external investigation, I interviewed frere Tousan a Jehovah witness, who I have known for about 2 years now. I asked him a series of question in relations to faith and doubts. Frere Read More…

Deduction on Trial, Liberia ~ ZF

February 22, 2013 at 4:15 pm, by

For this project, we staged a trial to decide if Germany had the right to colonize in Africa. I, along with GL, played the part of Liberia, a country made up of freed American slaves. Below is our argument for the trial. In the end, the judges decided to vote in favor of the African Read More…

GCE Student Constitution

February 22, 2013 at 4:13 pm, by

For my third project of action, my class and I made a student constitution. How we came to this process is, we all pick things we did not like about our school and came with proposal to change them. After we all came up with our own proposals, we then took a vote to see Read More…

There And Back Again -Bali- LF

February 22, 2013 at 4:06 pm, by

In January of 2013, I went on a two week long trip to Bali, which is in Indonesia. Because I accepted the offer of going on this trip, I was able to have some crazy life experiences. For example, I went scuba diving and was able to see a very old war ship from ww2, Read More…

Argument Project 3 – Abduction (Haiti)

February 22, 2013 at 4:03 pm, by

For our third unit in Argument, we learned about abduction, and at the same time the Haitian revolution. Learning about this revolution was very interesting, and one of the craziest things that I learned was that the revolution was the only successful slave revolt to end in the founding of a free state. To conclude Read More…

GCE Student Constitution

February 22, 2013 at 3:57 pm, by

In the third unit of A Nation’s Argument, my English/History class, we studied abduction and the Haitian Revolution. Abduction is a form of argument that picks the best solution of many in order to reach a desired result. After the Haitian Revolution transferred power from white plantation owners of  the French colony Saint-Domingue to former Read More…