Category: PLP Humanities

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Catalysts of Caring

We were introduced to this project with the question “Why should we explain the Holocaust to a 10 year old?”. This question sparked me to think about our society and how we ourselves may...

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Catalysts of Change

In this project we learned that ideology changes over time and about the people, things, and events who spark and use this change. We started with learning about how LA changed over time. We...

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The Vast Minority

Equality is not inherent in nature so it only makes sense that it is not inherent in us. Despite this, people have, for centuries, strived for equality. In many respects they have succeeded. In...

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School Based Democracy

Welcome to Schools, what is this good for? In this project, we have been working through the question of How we can change schools to make them better, ultimately presenting our work and theses...

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Tpol 2022/23

It’s that time of the year again, time for the Tpols. This year has been filled with, fun, pride, and some frustration. As well as quite a bit of sickness back in October and...

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Stories of Hope

My most recent projects was about Stories of Hope. We were answering the following driving question: What lessons and inspirations can we draw from the stories of individuals and communities that have faced tragedy...

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An Assessment of Hope in Stories

Cambridge dictionary defines hope as to want something to happen or to be true, and usually have a good reason to think that it might. In order to understand the role hope plays in stories...

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Macbeth, a Timeless Play?

In this blog post I will introduce the subject of our learning, Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” and the timeless themes it subjectively may portray. I will also go over my takeaways from the project as well...

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TPOL 2021/2

Good afternoon readers of my blog post, welcome to my TPOL. The timing of this blog post may not be the best because I have not yet written the blog posts for the two...