Archive for the 'Humanities' Category

Summer Reading List

1. “Crime and Punishment,” by Fyodor Dostoevsky 2. “Kokoro,” by Natsume Soseki 3.“Invisible Man,” by Ralph Ellison 4.“Native Son,” by Richard Wright 5.“Catch-22,” by Joseph Heller

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5 Tips To Survive 8th Grade

1. Don’t do your homework or projects on the last day / DONT PROCRASTINATE Your gonna regret it a lot! Try and do it on the day its given. 2. Don’t go off task while doing homework or any work in class. Your work will go by faster, and with better quality. 3. Attend seasonal […]

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Heilongjiang PPT/Keynote

Heilongjiang We had made a keynote, or powerpoint, relating to our provinces in China. Using our research we had made a presentation showing each aspect about the area.

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Journal Entries Science Polymer Project

Journal Entry #1-Calvin L Our goal is to make a polymer that has a medical use. Our one aim is to create a polymer, which can stop bleeding. We had found or discovered this idea off of one item named Vetigel. It is a polymer that can treat wounds and stop the bleeding in less […]

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Travel Magazine Observations

Pound for pound, nose to tail, there’s never been a better or, frankly, wackier time to eat in London. In this magazine there is a section that talks about a restaurant and the food that they serve in London. The article talks about the foods from the perspective of the writer. Granger & Co. the […]

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The Charge of the Light Brigade TPCASTTT

Title In the title of “The Charge of the Light Brigade” you have a feeling that the poem would be about a war. Since the charge shows an action, the light brigade sounds like it would be a place. Altogether it would mean that it is a war in or at the Light Brigade.   […]

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Poetry Day Reflection

On April 6, 2016, we had one day which instead of a humanities class we had multiple poetry classes. We had to sign up for which classes or poetry sessions we had wanted. During that time I had signed up for Six Room Poem, and Abecedarian. Beforehand I didn’t understand what those poems were, and also […]

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China’s Cultural Revolution

http://snack.to/b7pfrae8 The journals that I had written had taken place during 1966-76 the Cultural Revolution. It is written in the perspective of a college professor at Beijing University. These journals talk about his journey throughout one of the main events in China. As he thinks everything is great and well, his whole world starts to […]

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Same But With Different Perspectives

For this multimedia blog post I have compared the book Red Scarf Girl by Ji-li Jiang. With 1966-1976 into summary Jonathan Spence Search for Modern China pdf.  The book Red Scarf Girl is written in the perspective of the author Ji-li Jiang, who thought that the revolution was one of the most saddening moments throughout […]

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Characterization Red Scarf Girl

The book Red Scarf Girl. By Ji-li Jiang. The story talks about her own experience during the Cultural Revolution that took place in China. And throughout the story, her characters traits were shown by how she reacted, and how she would 99. Ji-li is a very smart and hard-working girl as she is towards the top […]

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