Relationships are like hikes; they can be long, strenuous and exhausting, but if you persevere through the hard times and the tough bits, then you will reach a beautiful view at the top. The characters in A Midsummer Night’s Dream are perfect examples of the two types of relationships; one that makes it to the… Continue reading MND Relationships Essay
With my mentor, it has mostly been me listening and her talking, as I am still learning the techniques that I need in order to accomplish the hairdo. I have also had the luck to have an actual human model over the past two weeks! There is a student named Mahan who has been coming… Continue reading In-Depth Post #4
Dear good Theseus, I am writing to you to ask for your permission to wed the lovely Hermia. I know that she thinks she loves Lysander, but that is merely folly attraction. I truly adore fair Hermia, and as so I hope that you will allow me to wed her. Athenian law states… Continue reading Letter to Theseus (Midsummer Night’s Dream)
Out of all the content in Edward DeBono’s How to Have a Beautiful Mind , I think these two chapters are most relevant to indepth. Talking about subjects that interest you with someone who is an expert on the topic is exactly what we are doing with our mentors. I had my first official session… Continue reading In Depth #3
So far in the indepth process, I have had two interactions with my mentor, one over email and one in person. Both of these interactions have been positive, but I realize that I will have to use the strategies on disagreeing and differing in future interactions. When I met up with my mentor for the… Continue reading In Depth #2
Assignment #1 See my Genetown debate notes here Assignment #2 View my work on the pacific blue mussel.
What is your inquiry question? What initially drew you to this question? Did your question stay the same, or did it change overtime? Why? My inquiry question is what makes an effective chapbook. I chose this skill because writing poetry is something that I am passionate about and my goal was to publish a chapbook.… Continue reading ZIP: Final Blog Post