Project Feed the Future had just been completed today, and it’s the last formal academic project this year.
This project was a chance for me to learn more about the 2030 SDGs, or at least the ones that involve food and water. Judging from many different sources, by 2050, the world population will have increased by 2 billion people. And, I estimate that that is around the time that Earth’s resources will be exhausted and humans will have to take to Space. By then, the food and water issues have to be solved. In my perspective, I see two different options : GMOs and reducing meat products. I see from the internet and a lot of debaters that there is a lot of trivia about both of these options, but for now those two are the most reliable ways to go.
To solve this problem, my little group decided to create a sort of vegan banana ice cream. It was very eco-friendly, the only two ingredients being bananas and cinnamon. The cone was made from banana leaves. Many people came to try it out, and most of them enjoyed it.
Here’s a QR code supporting our idea of vegan banana ice cream.
Good day, y’all! See you in 8th grade!
Project Entrepreneurship had just been wrapped up by our facilitators, and it’s been a fun few weeks selling stuff and arguing with other people (XD).
How can we use social entrepreneurship to fulfill a society need? That was our driving problem. Our small group consisted of Suhan, Felix and me. We decided to make food such as milkshakes, bubble tea, and grilled cheese milkshakes. We used around 300 RMB as the funding, and we brought in more than twice the amount during the three days.
Here’s our SDG video concerning where our money will be donated.
If you didn’t come to buy our things, you’ve missed out.
Second Ignite week has recently ended. I was in the To ___ or not to ___ ground (drama), and I have to say i was pretty satisfied by the ending product. As always, we had to create a process journal, and we have to post a status update on our blogs. The questions are the same as last time, so just look at the previous entries for the questions.
1.We created a short theatre that people could some see during the exhibition.
2. One big challenge was getting to know what the heck is happening and what we’re supposed to do, because sometimes it was extremely difficult.
3.Our biggest success was definitely the rehearsal, because that was when I first had the feeling that we got this.
4.I learned a lot of collaboration and communication in drama, because I had to work with some 8th graders I didn’t know very well, and we had to know each other to create a piece and make it reality.
5.I learned how to create a bond between people quickly, and I might be able to use this in the future to fix my personal issues or issues that other people are going through, like autistic people (cough).
That’s everything. If you didn’t come see the performance, shame on you.
This is the result of my Phoenix Project 2017!!! This is just a presentation on Prezi that I made. It’s not the best quality, but i was kind of in a rush…
BTW i can’t find the embed code for Prezi… so here’s the link to it
Hey guys, Ignite Week is over! I was in the Make A Book group. So i have to answer these questions:
- What did you create?
- What were your successes?
- What were your challenges?
- How did you grow in my chosen L21 focus area in this project? What evidence can you share of that?
- What are some ways that the skill I learned during Ignite week would be of value to me in the future?
So… here goes!
I created a really cringe childrens’ book.
I succeeded in finishing my project, and in creating a story fit for little kids.
I struggled in creating good artwork (naturally).
I THINK i got more creative with writing, because I almost never use language like this(IGNORE THIS PART THOSE OF YOU ABOVE GRADE 4
I think that if I ever got a task to write, like, a creative story, these skills would help a lot!
Do you like ancient myths, danger, monsters and humor? If so, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: the Sword of Summer is the exact book for you! It tells the story of how a young boy named Magnus discovers he’s the son of a Norse god. He then goes on an amazing journey with three pals to save the world from red giants with flamethrower breath and a glowing wolf with laser nostrils. If you want to know more about this book, read it!
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