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John A. Macdonald: Canada’s Guiding Hand

Sir John A. Macdonald: Canada’s Guiding Hand   John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister and a founding father, appears at first   glance to be a great figure in Canadian history. Recently, however, his name has become   embroiled… Continue Reading →

In Depth Blog Post #6

In Depth is just a few weeks away, and I have begun preparing somewhat. I am making macaroons this weekend and will begin preparing doughs and batters for my learning center next week. The last few weeks have been very… Continue Reading →

Biography Check In

Passage 1: “we didn’t have water, no one did […] The city kept a tap on every other block, and it was up to each household to carry water from there.” I was interested by this passage because it shows… Continue Reading →

In Depth Blog Post #5

Well, The tail end of In Depth is upon me, and I only have a couple more things (meringue and macarons) to make before I start to plan for In Depth! The past few weeks have been pretty productive. Over… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Blog Post #4

Once again, time seems to disappear with in depth! It’s already week 7! My project is still going strong, and over the past couple weeks I’ve been doing some research and experimentation with gluten free baking. My original plan during… Continue Reading →

Romeo and Juliet Act ll Critical Response

Based on what we have read so far, I believe that Romeo and Juliet’s relationship is “puppy love” because they don’t yet know each other on a personal level, and are mostly just basing their love off of their first… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Blog Post #3

So, it’s been an interesting couple of weeks with the wacky weather and all, but I still managed to get a bit of baking in. I made red velvet cupcakes (although I used too little food colouring so they turned… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Blog Post #2

It has been about two weeks since my last blog post, and unfortunately I have made less progress than I would have liked. I have secured Mrs. Priestly as my mentor, but was unable to meet with her over the… Continue Reading →

Zip DOL #5

1. 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 for this year was “what techniques make a good persuasive speech?” I was drawn to… Continue Reading →

DOL #4

Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give yourself at the start of your inquiry? The advice that I would give myself at the beginning of my inquiry would be to try to broaden my research. I spent… Continue Reading →

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