Hamilton Song Analysis DOL: You’ll be Back

A: Character Development Lin-Manuel Mirandas "You'll be back" from the musical Hamilton features the first onstage appearance of King George III. As mentioned briefly in Farmer Refuted, King George III is the King of England at this time. Being the main antagonist of Act 1, he is a very entitled, pouty nihilist that believes that "[he] will fight the... Continue Reading →

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Science 9 TED Talk

Click the links below to access each part of the project: TED TALK Disclaimer: My Powerpoint was not able to be fully visible in the shot due to my camera, so some slides are cut off. See powerpoint below for clarification on slides. I would recommend turning on the subtitles/closed captions I made for the video.... Continue Reading →

Reducing Your Ecological Footprint

While attempting to reduce my ecological footprint, I found that rewearing clothes, walking more, and wearing mismatching socks were the easiest changes to make. The times I am driven in a car are to go to Saturday choir rehearsals or to go somewhere far away that I don't normally go to. Instead of driving to... Continue Reading →

Animal Farm Guided Inquiry-FINAL

What conditions are needed for a revolution to occur? Based on your reading so far, what is the most significant factor leading the animals to revolution? Through reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm, we can recognize that revolutions need a significantly large amount of people (or animals) who believe in a common goal and injustice between two or... Continue Reading →

In-Depth #6

In the last four weeks, I have made tremendous progress on my In-Depth project. I have not only finished my screenplay, but I am well on my way for filming and have started editing. I have costumes for each character and have organized a group chat where I tell the cast when we're filming. So... Continue Reading →

Animal Farm Essential Question #2

When, if ever, is the use of manipulation or force justified? What are the long-term benefits and detriments of these actions? Through reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm, we can recognize that the use of manipulation and/or force is only justified when the well-being of people is involved. Since the manipulation that occurs in this novel is not... Continue Reading →

Animal Farm Essential Question #1

What conditions are needed for a revolution to occur? Based on your reading so far, what is the most significant factor leading the animals to revolution? Through reading George Orwell's Animal Farm, we can recognize that revolutions need a significantly large amount of people (or animals) who believe in a common goal and injustice between two or... Continue Reading →

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