My inquiry question is “what is the story of my dad’s ceremonial sabre?” There were a few things I knew from the get-go. Before my dad got it, it belonged to his father (my grandfather). I’ll be focusing mainly on my grandfather’s experiences and my inferences about where, when, and why the sword was made. […]

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Since my last post, I’ve created two different visual copies of my song, made some major modifications to the music, and met with my mentor twice. In this post, I’ll be elaborating on my progress as well as answering both the questions for this post and the questions I missed from the previous post. Get […]

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It’s been two weeks since my first post, and progress has been made! Since there was a “reading break” (a week off school between semesters), I’ve had a lot of time to work on my project. I chose to spend this time learning more about my program of choice: Logic Pro X. I took an […]

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When I took the Myers-Briggs test and filled out the answers according to my knowledge of Romeo’s personality, I came out with the result that Romeo’s personality type is ENFP: the “Campaigner”. He got 53:47 Extrovert to Introvert, 71:29 iNtuitive to obServant, 74:26 Feeling to Thinking, and 61:39 Perceiving to Judging. The Campaigner profile states […]

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After reading Jindra Kulich’s article about Romeo and Juliet not being “infatuated children” engaging in “puppy love”, I’d have to say that for the most part, I agree with her point. An example showing why Romeo and Juliet aren’t both “infatuated children” comes when Lady Capulet asks Juliet: “How stands your disposition to be married?”, […]

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A new In-Depth project means a new topic. This year, I’ll be focusing on composing. More specifically, I will be composing a piece of music using the program “Logic Pro X”. I chose this topic for a great number of reasons. First and foremost, I have a lot of experience with both playing analyzing music. Second, […]

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In this document of learning, I will be answering the following question: “Describe the ups and downs you have encountered to date in your inquiry. Specifically, when you were frustrated or struggling in your inquiry, what did you do to address the situation?” My answer to this question is kind of odd. At the start, […]

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The question I have chosen to answer in this blog post is: “Related to your learning evidence, what have you done to make retrieving information easier or more effective in class?” To be honest, the answer is pretty simple: Bring a laptop and a book. Having a laptop with me is great because I can […]

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My question for this blog post is: “What is a specific source of information that you have found valuable in answering your inquiry question? How has it proved valuable? Explain.” One source of information I’ve been using a lot recently is Home from the Vinyl Café, a compilation of short stories by Stuart McLean. It contains examples […]

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For this blog post, I have chosen to “Provide a copy/image of [my] research notes”, and to ask: “What concepts in [my] learning do [I] now feel [I] have a solid grasp on?”, and “Which ones might be useful to other students in their learning?” First, I’d like to mention that since this is an […]

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