The Seven Habits In My Daily Life

Our most recent project we finish up was called believe in good. It was all about learning and understanding the Seven habits, then applying them to our life. Throughout the project we learned about the private victory, the public victory and renewal. Each of these…

I Was There – Loon Lake 2022

Finally, A PLP trip! Recently our PLP 10 class went on a learning advance to Loon Lake. As fun as this sounds and was, we did do work and learn while we were there. The great part about trips with PLP is the learning we…

Improv is Harder Than it Sounds

Just over a week ago on Saturday April. 2 2022, my team and I competed in the improv challenge for Destination Imagination. This is not the first time I have been in one of these competitions, if you want to read about the first time…

425 Years Later, is Shakespeare Still Relevant?

One of our shorter projects we just completed was called, Romeo, Romeo, why are we still talking about Romeo and Juliet. Throughout the project we read different parts of Romeo and Juliet, and watched video adaptations on the story. The driving question for the project…

WWI A Story

Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog! It feels like it has been a long time since I have posted, but I’ve just been really busy with our latest project, The Great War Exhibit. The end goal for this project was to present our artifact…

Desmond has Come to Life

We made it! It is officially winter break, and we have finished our last project of 2020. This will be my second post on it, you can read the first here. The driving question for this project was, How do revolutions transform the world? Now that…

Rise Of The Frankenstuffies

We’re halfway through what we’ve been told is, one of PLP’s favourite project of all time. During this time we have learned about the Industrial Revolution and different writing styles. The driving question for this project was, How do revolutions transform the world? Similar to the…

We’re Storming the Barricades

We have just finished a project called storming the barricades. We learnt about the French and American Revolution, and how Crane Brintons theory can be applied to them. Along with each of these topics, we created a Rube Goldberg machine to represent these ideas using…

RUN! The Project is Due in 3 Days

Its been a while but we finally completed our first project. In only three days!   Our first project of grade 9 was called, Running a Remake. For this project our driving question was, How might we learn video skills by recreating a short film? As…

Spring exhibition

Welcome to my very last blog post of Grade 8!   This year has definitely brought on the most changes in my life. From starting High school, to doing all my work online and staying at home all day. Our final project was based on…