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December 2017

PTI Conflict Paragraph

In Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Junior’s most significant conflict is how his own Native American people see him after he chooses to go to Reardan. Mr. P confronts Junior about his past with reservation… Continue Reading →

ZIP DOL #1

December 8 I used last class to research the basic knowledge of graphic novels, took notes on the differences between comics and graphic novels, and looked up some famous graphic novels for me to read. I read and evaluated a… Continue Reading →

REAL success

After watching John Maxwell’s “How to be REAL success” I’ve learned many things. We can apply REAL success to our lives by having good relationships with the people around us, equipping yourself or your teammates with the skills and knowledge… Continue Reading →

ZIP Proposal

Question: What are the most important aspects of a graphic novel? Proposal: For my Zip project, I would like to explore more into graphic novels. I want to know what makes a graphic novel a graphic novel and what the… Continue Reading →

Night of the Notables Assessment

For the official interview assignment of Eminent, we had to conduct an interview with someone in your Eminent person’s field. I immediately thought of the staff from Charles M. Schulz Museum because I knew they would have information on him… Continue Reading →

Night of the Notables Reflection

For my first Eminent project, I chose Charles M. Schulz as my eminent person. I am a big fan of Peanuts and I decided to research more into them and their creator.   Before I started the journey, I made… Continue Reading →

Annotated Bibliography

  Online Cited: “Charles M. Schulz Biography.” Charles M. Schulz Museum, schulzmuseum.org/about-the-man/schulz-biography/. This is the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center’s official website and it contained very useful information. Their whole facility is to research Charles Schulz and it is… Continue Reading →

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