Sarah F.

Doubt kills more dreams than fear ever will

Serena Williams

“Luck has nothing to do with it, because I have spent many, many hours, countless hours, on the court working for my one moment in time, not knowing when it would come.” -Serena Williams. Serena Jameka Williams is a professional… Continue Reading →

The Danger of a Single Story

In Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s The Danger of a Single Story TED Talk, one of the main points she is making is there is a huge danger of how impressionable we are. The story she told about when she moved from Nigeria for… Continue Reading →


In the story we see Morley and Dave have a number of interactions with Emil; they both approach their interactions with him in different ways. Throughout the story though, we don’t see much change in the characters; they all stay… Continue Reading →

Independent Novel Study

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley For my independent novel I have chosen Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. It was written in 1817 when Mary was 18 years old, was anonymously published in 1818, was republished with Mary’s name on it in 1823, and is 209 pages… Continue Reading →

Star Wars: Through Critical Lenses

George Lucas’s Star Wars: A New Hope While watching this film, there are many lenses that we could explore and look through. There are five lenses we can look through Social Power, Gender, Racial, Character/ Psychological, and Reader Response. When I view… Continue Reading →

Canadian Confederation Role Play

Final Address as John A. Macdonald My fellow colonies, thank you for everyone’s input on the matter and we have been listening contently to what each and every one of you has said. On behalf of Canada West, our final thoughts on the matter are… Continue Reading →

TED Talk

How should the rules of rugby be altered so the youth concussion rate decreases? Video Link: Sources:

Independent Investigation #2 Inquiry

To what extent did the mass amount loyalists from America moving to the Maritimes have an impact on the British winning the war of 1812? Journal of Charlotte Secord April 8, 1782 We have to flee, the Americans are executing all of the loyalists. Mother… Continue Reading →

Ecological Footprint

In total, my ecological footprint was 7.08 hectares. When I compared with my peers their footprint was within one hectare of mine, there were only a couple of people that I asked where they had less then me. Mia had… Continue Reading →

DOL – Hamilton; Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story

This song is set after Hamilton dies and it acts as the epilogue. All the people who have ever known Hamilton are there. They explain how Hamilton had helped them and their country. When they ask who will tell their… Continue Reading →

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