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Humanities 2018-2019

Interwar Years – King-Byng Affair and Balfour Report

The King-Byng Affair and the Balfour Report can be considered two different events, one influenced by the other. However, when considered as a part of a chronological sequence of events, the King-Byng Affair and the Balfour Report can be merged… Continue Reading →

David Suzuki: The Autobiography – Final Speech

The Canada of today is bright, peaceful, and stands as an example in a world of conflict. Canada “boasts of its high ideals of democracy and all the rights that are guaranteed by its Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but… Continue Reading →

John A Macdonald – Remove or Not Remove?

Grace Kim TALONS English 10 May 1st, 2019 John A Macdonald: A Moral Disaster   Morals build the framework of oneself. Our morals and values guide us in all our decisions and dictate what we consider right, wrong, justifiable, and… Continue Reading →

David Suzuki: the Autobiography – Checkin

“Yet by invoking the War Measures Act in 1942, the government declared that race alone was a sufficient threat to Canadian security to revoke all rights of citizenship for Canadians of Japanese descent.” (15) Canada is known to be peaceful… Continue Reading →

Canada – A country, nation, or postnational state?

  Canada is a nation united by the very fact that we are diverse and multicultural. Prime Minister Trudeau states that ‘there is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada’’ and tells us that this makes us a postnational state…. Continue Reading →

R+J Critical Response Act II – Puppy Love?

Based on our reading so far, do you agree or disagree that Romeo and Juliet’s relationship is one of “infatuated children’ engaging in ‘puppy love’? Why or why not? Provide at least two pieces of textual evidence. Puppy love is… Continue Reading →

Zip #5 – Reading Break

As you may know, my inquiry question is: what components make a fictional world vivid and realistic? My question has remained constant over this year’s Zip and I chose to do this question as an extension of my question last… Continue Reading →

ZIP #4 – Struggles

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? My ZIP inquiry is: what components make a fictional… Continue Reading →

ZIP #3 – Realizations

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

ZIP #2 – Resources

What is a specific source of information that you have found valuable in answering your inquiry question? How has it proved valuable? Explain. Six steps to creating a general magic system. 3 laws to… Continue Reading →

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