I’m going to start this post with the POL declaration.
Thank you for reading my presentation of learning. I am the expert in my own learning. I am also responsible and accountable for my own learning. You can expect me to give an honest evaluation of my progress. We will discuss my strengths and opportunities for growth. Thank you in advance for reading and for offering feedback that I can use to improve as a learner.
Continue reading ⭐️📜 t-POL 2023🎇⏰
Welcome to my second to last blog post. Unfortunately, I’m leaving PLP so this and my tpol blog post will be the last you hear from me unless I decide to come back in the next three years. This program has been a fantastic thing for me and I’m really sad I’m leaving but I’m also really excited to do more dance but, onto what this post is actually about. The spring exhibition and my last project!
Continue reading ⚔️💣World War 1 and A Spring Exhibition🌷💐
Welcome to another humanities blog post. This project is about what nationalism is, we talked about Canadian nationalism and we also talked a lot about confederation. The end goal of this project was to create a board game about nationalism. There was 3 keystones in this project but, before we started those keystones we thought of a symbol that we thought represented Canada here’s mine!
There was one more step to complete before we could start our keystones. We did a confederation simulation! Essentially you were assigned a group and then as a group you were assigned a colony. My group was Newfoundland. After we picked our colonies we learned about them and what they need in order to join confederation. I found it difficult to bargain with other colonies during the simulation because my colony didn’t have much to offer so all of our demands were not met at all and in the end of the simulation we decided to not join confederation like the actual confederation. I wrote a reflection of the simulation if you want to read some more it also happens to be keystone 1!
The next keystone was our game board pitch but we needed to learn a bit more historical figures such as John A Macdonald and Louis Riel. It was really interesting to learn about them, we watched this really weird video about Louis Riel I’ll link it here if you want to watch it. Now that we finished the learning we could move onto actually planing our board game. My partner and I decided to do our board game about confederation this was our plan.
Now for the finale! It was time to build our board game we started by drawing all of our cards so that we could print them out. Next we cut them out and put them on card stock so they looked more professional then, we made all the rest of the pieces we needed: the coins, the board, etc… Next it was finally time to test it out, we definitely had to rethink some rules while we were playing because there we some problems after we finished adding those changes we asked other people to play with us. There were some more problems so we made more changes and finally we figured the game was finished and we were happy with what it was.
This is what the game looks like set up I’ll also include the game rules.
This project has been really fun and I loved doing the simulation especially because all of my class participated and that made it really fun.
My board game partner’s name is Mackenzie go check out her blog!
Thanks for reading -Sydney🙃
Wow it’s been a long time since I’ve written one of these. It’s kind of weird because I only have one PLP class this semester contrary to last semester where I had 3. This project has been long but, it’s been really fun. We started this project on February 2nd and now we’re finishing on March 10th.
Continue reading The Rule Of Ago
Unlike most of my other recent blog posts for this semester this will not be my final humanities blog post because, humanities is a mix of socials and English so it goes for all the year. The final product for this project was a slam poem about the Industrial Revolution (weird, I know but it worked out pretty well).
Continue reading 🌳🌿Why Should I Care For The Consequences?📜🏭
This blog post is about a project we did called finding fun with videos! We learned lots of skills such as, jump cut, AR skills, green screen editing, and stop motion!
Continue reading 🎥📺The Best Videos You’ve Ever Seen🎞️📸
I think this is my last science blog post ever because next year I have main stream science not PLP science. That’s really weird to think about. Maybe, just because I know everyone loves reading these I’ll keep writing them to make all you happy!
Continue reading ⚡️A Buzzing Operation🐝
Since winter break ended we’ve done two different skill sprint like projects: the one I’m writing about now, the rollercoaster and and project called finding fun with videos.
Continue reading 😄The British Columbia Thriller Coaster🎢
Thank you for reading my presentation of learning. I am the expert on my own learning. I am also responsible and accountable for my own learning. You can expect me to give an honest evaluation of my progress. We will discuss my strengths and opportunities for growth. Thank you in advance for listening and for offering feedback that I can use to improve as a learner.
Continue reading Yay Another MPOL 🤗*Jazz Hands*🤗
Welcome back to the blog. This time were talking about the humanities project we finished right before winter break. If you remember the blog post I did a couple weeks ago. That was part of the project. If you need a refresher click here to read the post!
Continue reading 🇭🇹The Haitian Revolution On Trial🇫🇷