Destination Procrastination

A blog for kids who can’t read good and wanna learn to do other stuff good too

Live Event Video

This year in PLP we have been working on making videos and video production. For one of our assignments we had to film a live event, something that was happening in our neighbourhood or nearby. I have been behind in my assignments due to a concussion, which has been hard, but one positive thing came…

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Identity Post

For the first term this year we have been working on identity. Last year we worked on world view, which is how you look at the world. Identity is the opposite, it is how the world looks at you. Our driving question is how does the land shape our identity. First, we made a video…

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Alberta Post

Hi everyone! Today I will be talking about our Alberta trip. Every year in PLP we go on a field study for a week or so. This year we drove though the Rocky Mountains to Calgary. It was a really fun trip with a lot of things to do and see. Just the drive was…

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Our Land Identity – Deep Cove

Identity: Deep Cove OK, hello everyone. Today’s post is going to be short so let’s get in to it. We are starting this term with the driving question of how does the land impact our identity. Me and my group, Jordan and Taylor, were tasked to make a video about how Deep Cove has made…

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tPOL – AKA What I learned this year

So this year I have learned a lot. About my self and my class mates. There were definitely a lot of ups and downs this year; it was not easy but it was fun. At the start of the year Ms Maxwell prepared us with the Growth and Grit lessons. I learned that my dyslexia…

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Colonizing in a Tempest

This term in Humanities we learned about the colonization of Canada, specifically New France. We also did Shakespeare’s play, The Tempest. Now you may be wondering how you can combine these two things? Well, we got to perform The Tempest but in the setting of New France. In The Tempest, people arrive to a new…

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Blue Sky 2018

For our Spring Exhibition we all completed a Blue Sky Project. The Blue Sky Project is modelled after an innovative idea from Apple where its employees were allowed to spend up to 20% of their time developing a project that was of interest to them personally or a passion of theirs. It was meant to…

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Exploring the new world

Hello again! Well I’m back for another post and today I will be talking about the New World and what we learned about it. We learned about the major expeditions from Europe to North America in the 14 and 15 hundreds. Then we were each assigned an expedition that we had to make into a…

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Launch

Hi again this is going to be a short blog post so let’s get in to it. We were introduced to a project planner that is student friendly and can be used for any project in school or work. It is called the Launch Cycle and each letter stands for something. 1. Look, listen, and…

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This Changes Everything

The Renaissance represented a time in history of one of the biggest changes in worldview ever. From how people viewed the world and their place in it, to advances in science, medicine, arts and literature. The invention of the printing press and widespread education led to mass distribution of printed knowledge. People in the Renaissance…

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