Equalise China

Blog Reflection~ What have you contributed, as a result of this project, to the community in which we live? Uh, I don’t think I contributed much if anything, I just wanted to make people more aware of situations that could be happening throughout our lives and our family and friend’s lives. It was a topic…

Perspective in Paris

Many thought Evangeline Lefevre was the cherry on top of the cake, but she felt as more of the whipping cream on the side. 1789 Paris was as arid and artificial as it was the previous years, the sun shone as though you colored it in and then tried to erase it. The young socialite…

A Révolution Française en Anglais

France needed help. With the contribution to the American revolution and a lack of resources, the members of society were losing courage in the King and wanted to keep himself in power. After many attempts, he finally decides to make a very influential decision regarding the social statuses of France. Here’s is the foundation of…

Internal Conflict is Everything, EVERYTHING.

This blog post is a walking, talking spoiler so be warned. The book I chose to read was Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon, who is a New York Time Bestselling Author. Since, at the end of the book, our main character, Maddy, goes to New York to meet with Olly. She and her mother had a…

Our Trip Around the Boxer Rebellion

My initial thoughts about the Boxer Rebellion are about how that the line between who is right and wrong is very faded and wobbly, a grey area. Because on both parts, the Chinese and the foreigners, they are both at fault and could’ve both made better decisions. Like the British not selling opium and the…

I am… A Dynamic Character

      The book I read for the Multimedia Blog Post was I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore. I chose Dynamic Character as my topic and I chose to depict that through diary entries. I decided to do diary entries for my blog post because I thought that different blog posts over different…

1600s Elle Magazine

  The magazine cover above shows the characterisation of Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. I chose to show how courageous and insurgent she is, as well as how as how fair she is. I also tried to show how much she loved Lysander and how that completely rebel against the law and…