“Thank you for coming to 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 […]Read more "mPOL 2023 – Less Is More"
“look like th’ innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” – William Shakespeare — Good morning reader! — Macbeth is one of the many timeless works from Shakespeare. It remains relevant today due to its exploration of ambition, the corruptive forces of power, and the themes of appearance versus reality. Its story is a tragic […]Read more "Reflections of Deceit: Shakespeare’s Macbeth"
Intro: Hey reader! It’s been a while… Welcome to my first blogpost of grade 11! We have recently, finished the first project of this academic year all about nukes, wars and humans who would change the world of science forever; so of course, it’s reflection time! —- Recap & Project Overview: So if you couldn’t […]Read more "“The Manhattan Project” Project"
Good morning and hello again! Welcome to my first tPOL! So… For a while, I have been wondering how exactly to present my answer “Why do you feel you are ready to advance to the next grade level”. I felt that it was a question that could be answered in so many ways and each […]Read more "End of Year Reflections and tPOLs"
Good morning and hello, – This is my first post of a soon to be weekend blog grind due to the recent completion of 3 projects to end this grade 10 year. Anyways let’s begin this first post with the end of the most recent project which also happens to be our year end exhibition […]Read more "Cray Cray Yay Yay, George Grant Mackay!"
Hi Mrs Willemse!!!!!!!!!! It is I, Jordan, posting a post to show my extended learning! We have recently finished an analysis on a “text” and honestly, this was the most saddest in class text I have seen. The text we watched was the movie “Schindler’s list” and this is part of our new final exhibition […]Read more "Crazy Ones of WW2 – Being A Sophisticated Learner!"
Good morning! – The PLP 10s recent Shore to The Core project has just come to a close. Through text and visuals, this humanities project brought us back home, to North Vancouver. Let me tell you all about it. – First off, lets talk about what we were working to create. Our final goal, although […]Read more "Shore to The Core: Hee Hee Hee Haw"
Hello and welcome to the world of the 7 habits! Throughout the past few months so, besides the standard maker projects, PLP 10 has had a special side activity. This side shoot maker project was all about developing ourselves into having more success, learning how to learn and just being better people in general. We […]Read more "Victory & Renewal: The 7 Habits"
Hello and welcome to an actually full blog post! As always, I am back after another learning experience but this most recent one happens to be particularly special; it was my first over night field study! From the development of our traits and skills to making new friends, let me tell you all about PLP […]Read more "Loon Lake: A Learning Odyssey"
My first and last DI just finished, let me tell you all about it! – For those new to PLP (performance learning program) blogs, we, PLP 8 to 10 has the yearly tradition of participating in Destination Imagination otherwise known as DI. DI is an interschool event in which we work together in groups to […]Read more "Welcome to Lobster Game! – DI 2022"