Author: sophiehe.he

POLYMERS – #1 Blog Post

What are polymers and how do they work? The most simple definition for polymers is that they are many molecules joint together like a long chain. The process of that is called polymerization. Monomers can undergo polymerization and they are formed when two separate molecules of the same or different types bind by sharing by sharing pairs of electrons. There… Read more →

American Revolution Journal

This historical e-book includes three turning points from the start to finish of the American Revolution. Those include the Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, and the Declaration of Independence and how the protagonist supporting the British changed her view on them over the years. Since the American Revolution is mainly from the colonist’s point of view, this is on the… Read more →

Daily Tech Use and Behaviour

1)  Analyze your own daily tech use and behaviors (time spent gaming, time spent on social media, time spent on Youtube/Instagram/Pinterest, notifications during homework, notifications when sleeping) Identify one (or more) area in your daily life that could be changed in order to improve your school performance, personal relationships and/or physical health. Based on this area(s),  make a plan for… Read more →

The EVIL Unicorn

Click here for link to the Evil Unicorn! My biggest success was… That I was able to program the unicorn correctly. This was proved difficult because I arrived after everyone already knew how to program so I was a bit behind. But, as long as I had the general startup for how to make a sound on the Unicorn, all… Read more →

The Fifth of March – My Historical Fiction Novel

This historical fiction by Ann Rinaldi was a very intriguing book that revolved around the Boston Massacre. It showed the life of a servant of John Adam’s and the before, during and aftermath of the Massacre and was very descriptive. Although it was about the Boston Massacre, the female protagonist named Rachel developed a friendship with a British private called… Read more →