Good evening folks. It’s me, Randy, back at you with another awesome blog and project to share. As I mentioned in my last blog post, this project is based on hope. Specifically, stories of hope. We are asked to create an engaging and informative video to answer our driving question while supporting our thesis with […]
What makes a story hopeful?
Hey folks, it’s me Randy again, we’ve recently started a new project based on Hope. We just launched the big ideas, and are told about what the final product will look like. It will be a short video of us narrating a story of hope, to hopefully, inspire some people. During our launch phase, we […]
That time when USA colonized the moon
Hey folks, welcome back to another awesome blog post. I’m really excited to share with you what we did in our most recent project, and as always we will start off by introducing our driving question. “How can I support my understanding of a significant event from the Cold War?” This project is called the […]
Gangnam Style Macbeth?
Hello everyone, and welcome back to Randy’s Awesome blog. Today I will tell you a story, a story of how I became Kim Jong-Un at the PLP winter exhibition. I know how ridiculous this sounds, but trust me, it’s 100% school appropriate. Introduction: In my most recent project, our class has been learning about “Macbeth.” A […]
Nuclear weapons, the destroyer of worlds
It’s been a long time since I last posted, and as always, I have a new project that I want to share with you. Before I introduce the project and start reflecting, I just want to announce that I am now in grade 11. This is the most critical year in high school, and it’s […]
Spring exhibition 2022
Hello, and welcome back to another quality reflection post. Today I’ll be reflecting on my most recent exhibition. The last exhibition feels like it happened yesterday, but that was already 6 months ago! Now let’s talk about what I did for this exhibition, and the improvements I made since the Winter Exhibition. The Driving Question […]
Our shared living room
Hey folks, it’s me Randy again. I just finished another project, and I want to share and reflect it with you. We started this project a month ago, it’s quite a short project compare to the other ones. Everything seemed pretty straight forward, we had to do some research and write an essay. The driving […]
You might know about WW2, but what about the “Failure of Appeasement”?
Hello world, welcome back to another amazing blog post. Today, I’ll be summarizing and reflecting on my latest Humanities project, the “Hidden Chapter of History”. In this project, each of us created one episode of the podcast based on our topics of interest that relates to WW2, and in our episodes, we answered the driving […]
yet another “Romeo and Juliet” adaptation?
Hello world, Have you ever tried reading any Shakespeare stories? Well I just finished studying “Romeo and Juliet” in my most recent project. We had a total of 5 classes to work on this project, three classes for learning the story of “Romeo and Juliet”, and last two classes for making our own adaptation of […]
Winter exhibition 2021
Hey folks, today I’ll be reflecting on my last project of the year 2021, Ology of apology. The driving question for this project is “How can we create a public memory of past wrongs so that they are remembered and not repeated today?” We worked through November to December learning the dark side of Canadian […]