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Zip – Doc of Learning #4

Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give yourself at the start of your inquiry? So far my ZIP has been quite interesting. My question, as you probably know, is what components make a realistic character? Well, one… Continue Reading →

Zip – Doc of Learning #3

“Take a moment to reflect on your inquiry plan (calendar). Do you need to make any revisions to your original plan? If so, why? If you haven’t made any changes to your plan, why do you feel you have been… Continue Reading →

Zip – Doc of Learning #2

“Describe the ups and downs you have encountered to date in your inquiry. Specifically, when you were frustrated or struggling in your inquiry, what did you do to address the situation?” As you may know, my question for Zip this… Continue Reading →

Part Time Indian Blog Post #2 – Significant Conflict

Junior’s most significant conflict in Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, is between him and his society, as he is faced with discrimination from his community because of his physical appearance and disabilities. Junior is constantly… Continue Reading →

Zip – Doc of Learning #1

“Reflect on your inquiry question and how your understanding is changing, becoming more focused, or is it perhaps being reaffirmed by your research. What do you know that you didn’t know when you first started this inquiry?” The above question… Continue Reading →

REAL Success – Reflection

During the time we spent watching the videos on How to be a REAL Success, I realized that I am underdeveloped in several areas. One of the areas that the videos focused on was leadership. In that area, one of… Continue Reading →

ZIIIIIIP! Zip Proposal and Schedule 0———0

ZIP ZIP ZIP ZAP ZIP ZIP ZAP!!! Whipeee!!! For my ZIP project, I decided to pursue the answer to the question: what makes a realistic character? I decided to learn the parts of a realistic character and the skills in… Continue Reading →

Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

2. Pretending to be someone you’re not makes you a weak person. Pretending to be someone you’re not does not make you a weak person. On the contrary, it makes you a strong person. Keeping up a facade takes patience… Continue Reading →

Document of Learning – Interviews

  Eminent gave me a lot of opportunities to try things that I had never tried before, and one of the things that I was exposed to was asking for and performing interviews. I sent out 8 emails asking for… Continue Reading →

Night of the Notables – Eminent Night!

Eminent has passed. I finally got some sleep! >———-< In my Learning Centre, I had a board where people would write their opinions on gifted education, a trifold with information on my person, a book on educational psychology and a… Continue Reading →

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