TIEA 1 In the story Sunny Side Up, Jennifer Holm transforms a happy, caring child into a scared, constantly stressed girl after a horrifying event. After seeing her grandfather start to smoke again, she recalls her incident during the fourth of July with her brother and blames it on herself after suppressing these emotions for … Continue reading Relationships and Identity Unit Finale
This poetry unit mainly consisted of annotations, poetry writing and TIEA writing. The annotations were for us to learn about some famous poets and what they do in their poems so that we can imitate their style and such(a waste of time if you ask me). Poetry writing to help us form different types of … Continue reading Poetry Unit Assignments
So I’ll run down what we did in the Unit before I start talking about what we’ve learned and all that. The unit mainly consisted of annotations, TIEA’s and poetry writing. All serves its purpose even though I do think some of them are quite irrelevant and I don’t think it personally helped me with … Continue reading 15 Minutes of Fame Reflection
This is a collection of songs that shows different poetic devices with explanations. Also if you haven’t read my blog post on why students shouldn’t be forced to post their assignments on their blog, please do so and share the idea with others.
Dancing with Death At death’s door, bite the dust, breathe your last. Diced with death, dug his grave, fell on his sword. From cradle to the grave, he cheated death, now he meets his maker. Missing you A perfect symphony, in a photograph, how would you feel? if I were a mess. So wake me … Continue reading Poetry Remix
Explanation My product is basically a horizontal poster on what looks to be an A3 paper. With no apparent title, it is the kind of poster where you have to take time to read it if you find it interesting to actually understand what it means. Starting with the person in the middle and his … Continue reading Bias in Media: All in One Edition
Guiding Questions: What Skills Did You Use to Help You Learn? Well, this is interesting because I don’t think I used any specific skills, I mostly just went with the flow and did what I thought would be right. For the annotations, I used a lot of analysis and observing but then again I’m pretty … Continue reading Bias and Media Unit Reflection
We made a PSA video for a topic that was present in our book, my topic is bullying which was present from a person named Billy Cunningham who is a stereotypical bully that is big, a bit stupid and very powerful. In this PSA I made the video to talk about how you should stop … Continue reading L&L Equity Summative
I don’t know why this is supposedly better than writing normal notes especially because I have no idea what or how to draw. But basically, we made another form of visual notes on a piece of paper for the book we read.
Booksnaps are pictures of the book with bitmojis or stickers and things we think about what we took a picture of. Week one #booksnaps @ms_marcum #KAStw pic.twitter.com/SmxfuESOrh — Brian Hung (@OPKAST1Brian) October 31, 2017 Week two #booksnaps #KAStw @ms_marcum pic.twitter.com/TMlJxNqQNX — Brian Hung (@OPKAST1Brian) October 31, 2017 @ms_marcum #BookSnaps Feel like I should tag @cyanpentagon … Continue reading Defense of Thaddeus A. Ledbetter: Booknsnaps
This unit was about Journalism, we learned the style of communication that are used when writing news articles, we also learned why they communicated that way. Generally it is just a form of giving out facts in a nonbiased and doing so mostly straight to the point. Certain things I think I would like to … Continue reading Journalism Reflection
In this unit we learned about journalism, we annotated a lot of news articles, studied professionals and wrote our own Newsletter. It was quite an unit, many sleepless nights as well as a lot of stressful days. Compare & Contrast 2 Similar News Stories Similarities: The similarities between these two articles, first of all, and … Continue reading L&L Newsletter Summative
This is a short training for our poem summative, where we are opening our “creativity”.