Grace Kim

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Humanities 2018-2019

ZIP #1 – Scheduling

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 →

ZIIIIP 2019!! (Happy New Year!)

What components make a fictional world vivid and realistic? ZIP is here! Last year, during my very first ZIP project, I decided to do character building, or character creation. I wanted to get into the mind of an author, to… Continue Reading →

Wizard of EarthSea – Writing Style

What stood out the most about Le Guin’s overall writing style in Chapter 1 of the novel? In the first chapter of Ursula Le Guin’s Wizard of Earthsea, many things about her writing style stands out. Her artistic use of imagery,… Continue Reading →

Wizard of Earthsea – Disagree

Light and darkness are easy to identify in the world.   Not everything is as simple as it seems. That cute looking kid? Could be the most troublesome child ever. That calm and composed straight A student? Might be the… Continue Reading →

Harrison Bergeron

In your opinion, what is the most effective medium for telling the “Harrison Bergeron” narrative: film or text? Why? Books have been around for hundreds of years, while films are a much newer medium of sharing stories. 2081 creates a much… Continue Reading →

Danger of the Single Story

  How might we begin to reject the single stories in our life? In our daily lives, we see representations of different cultures, environments, objects, and people all the time. What we don’t always realize is that these representations can… Continue Reading →

Flame in the Mist – Scene 1

Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh   In a traditional Japanese society, women are expected to be proper and obedient, like fragile objects that are traded around by men. Mariko defies all those expectations in the first scene that… Continue Reading →

Emil

Even when life seems to be the worst it can get, there’s always something that shines in the darkness; it brings joy and warmth, igniting a spirit that helps you not only get through life, but enjoy it. In Emil… Continue Reading →

Star Wars

  Star Wars During our last few English classes, I chose to view Star Wars: A New Hope through the gender lens. I found the gender lens to be the most effective lens to analyze the film with, especially because… Continue Reading →

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