The resources are endless in our society, so is it still possible to have a ‘fair’ fight? Personally, I would say yes, but the problem is we can all gather so much information from both sides. Therefore, in order for it to be fair the other person should get the same amount of time. They … More Does ‘fair’ still exist?
As an assignment for our summer, our grade was set to read Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. The book is actually a novel and follows Marjane’s early childhood before and during the war. It explores various themes such as having the grow up fast, religion and family. The story is set up as a graphic novel … More Do you really know how much a war can affect someone?
Throughout this year we have studied a variety of novels: ‘A view from the Bridge’, ‘Macbeth’ and now I am studying ‘Face’. All these novels are successful, but why are they outstanding? One of the main aspects of a fascinating, intriguing and enjoyable book is a gripping theme. The audience should not be able … More Seeing the world from a different perspective
China’s XI lays out a 900 billion silk road. The most ambitious project of the country till now. “The Belt and Road initiative is rooted in the ancient Silk Road … but it is also open to all other countries,” the Chinese leader said, promising to pump $125bn into the scheme. The plan is to … More Silk road in China – 360 Humanities – 14/05/17
On Saturday night in San Diego there was an emergencyy call and a police man ended up shooting a 15 year old boy. The 15 year old boy pointed a gun at them, which ended up being a BB gun. Later they found out the boy made the emergency call to the station. The call … More Police man shot a 15-year-old boy ~ Humanities 360
There are independent investigators from Australia still looking at the MH370 flight which was meant to land in Malaysia. They are saying they are confident about where they think the plane crashed. They have a large area which is very specific which they is the location of the plane. They are saying it is near … More MH370 – Humanities 360 – 25/04/17
A landslide in Columbia led to 250 people dying tragically on a Saturday morning. Putumayo province had heavy rainfalls which led to several rivers overflowing. All the water then went into the buildings and onto the roads. The water crashing into the buildings killed 254 people and injured hundreds. The terrified residents all tried to escape … More Landslide in Columbia – Humanities 360 – 02/03/17
As part of our Grade 9 Extended course we have to cary out a various amounts of investigations. Investigations are there to challenge our brains, because the minimal amount of information is provided.Our current unit is rational functions. In class we have had practiced questions on the unit before we carried out the investigation. We … More Light it up Game – Math – 28/03/17
113 countries met at an UN meeting to discuss a upcoming ban. The US ambassador says the world is too unsafe for the US not to have nuclear weapons. The negotiations are on a treaty. It all started in the New York. At least 113 countries are part of the negotiations, which begun in the … More Nuclear ban – Humanities 360 – 28/03/17
Literature is extremely powerful and one should let themselves be explored by it. Throughout this unit grade 9 studied Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth‘. Shakespeare’s writing influenced and thought us a variety of lessons. I personally learned the important factors, which makes an excellent leader. However, the only way one gets thought the lessons is if they let the literature … More There is another world out there for one, its up to them if they want to go and discover it.