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Girl Power

After the longest ten weeks of my life, that’s a wrap! The first quarter of this crazy school year is complete, and that means that so is the first half of PLP 12. Somehow, I made it out and am alive to tell the tale, so here goes. As you would know if you frequent…

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Wickstone’s Weekly Work – #4

This week, as we concluded our studies on women’s rights and completed the timeline of events, I was inspired to dedicate this weeks post to the entire women’s rights movement’s progression. During class this week, a classmate – whom I can’t quite recall – mentioned something about in the 1980’s, pro-life activism saw a spike,…

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Wickstone’s Weekly Work – #3

This week we started off every class listening to a new song with some potentially ‘sexist’ undertones. Some much more hidden than others, this daily exercise inspired much dialogue between our class and some brilliant observations were made around the room. As we kept listening though, all I could think of was that every damn…

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Wickstone’s Weekly Work – #2

Something that peaked my interest from this week’s lessons was the idea of marriage, and what it actually means to be married. So often we just think of marriage as the final step of creating a life with the person you love, and to a certain degree, that’s true. However, there is so much more…

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Pics, Pamphlets, and Perspectives

Undoubtedly the strangest I have experienced, these opening weeks of the school year have gone by faster than I could have ever imagined. An absolute whirlwind, adjusting to the new normal at school has proven to be quite an interesting ordeal. The advent of an accelerated format was certainly a rude awakening, kicking off the…

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Wickstone’s Weekly Work – #1

Aside from the posts I normally write on here to cap off a project, over the next few weeks I will be posting what I learned throughout each week in a summative post on the weekend. I will be doing this in an effort to open up a bit more, and to see how I’m…

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A Tough Question With A Tougher Answer

For my third and final Think & Create post, I used this opportunity to collect my thoughts and produce a podcast in which I discuss a question and topic that has been on my mind throughout the research stages of our socratic seminar. Whilst my group has been preparing to tackle the question “Are we…

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A Story Of Progression

With the current state of the world and the lifestyle we have all felt, I finally have an excuse for that feeling of time passing at strange speeds. On one hand, its ridiculous to think Im headed in to grade 12, my final year at high school, but on the other hand, my god does…

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Macbeth Meets the 50s

6 months later and let me just say that this isn’t the way I expected this unit to come to a close. From scheduling issues to equipment failure, a global pandemic was last on the list of things I would have bet on ruining our film. It has now been 3 months since we ground…

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Becoming Daniel 2.0

Without a doubt, this year of PGP has been the best impactful on me, and has genuinely helped shape me in to the person I am right now. When I look back on the Daniel from September, I was so much less in tune with my goals and ambitions, and ever since Atomic Habits has…

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