Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Ignite Talk


  • Your big question/ masterpiece topic (1-2 sentences)
  •    My master piece topic is about the police force and what it takes to become a police officer and to overcome challenges in life.
     



  • One thing you did over the break to explore your question/topic (1 sentence)
  •    I talked to my uncle who was a former police officer and asked what do you need to become one and those necessities are to study criminal justice and get at least a bachelor or associates degree



  • One thing you learned by exploring over the break (1 sentence)
  •    I read up online and talked to my uncle over break on what is needed to become a police officer and the training needed
      


  • One connection you see between this course or something we read and your question/topic (1 sentence)  The one connection I got from my topic is that to become a police officer you need to over come challenges, challenges like the one today where we need to overcome our nervousness to present.




  • What you're doing next (1 sentence)
  •   The next step for me is to take is for me to overcome some of my own challenges.

    Monday, April 24, 2017

    Master piece topic idea

    Academy Member

    1.) Richard K.
    2.) Jaime C.
    3.) Elvis G.
    4.) Jason G.
    5.) Jayden A.
    6.) Etzell H.
    7.) Luis C.
    8.) Jose L.
    9.) Kleiff M.
    10.) Marcos A.

    My 5 Resources


    My Master piece topic is to become a police officer 


    • Graduate High School
    • Go to college and study criminal justice
    • Get at least an associate or bachelor degree  
    • Be ready for challenges 
    • Go to the police academy for 12 to 14 weeks 



    Tuesday, March 28, 2017

    Montag Kills

    I think Montag killed Beatty because Beatty took the walkie talkie from Montag and threatened to trace the contact to Faber and Montag did not want that so he burned and killed Beatty with a flamethrower.

    Thursday, March 16, 2017

    F451 guiding questions chapter 1

    F1. Describe the society (a fictional America) that Montag lives in. In what ways is it similiar to, but more extreme than, our society?  What signs are there that it is a "dystopia" (the opposite of utopia/ideal society)? Montage lives in a calm place I think when he meant that the houses are "fireproof" I think he meant that there haven't been any fires lately and that the job is getting a little boring and is using crude humor to cheer himself up

    2. What makes Clarisse so special?  So different from most people in her society? She's one of those weird and annoying people she likes to get on people's nerves by giving them truths that they don't want to hear.

    3. Why do you think the mechanical hound has been programmed to react to Montag?  It's programed to react to Montag because he's the caretaker for the mechanical dog and the programmers want the dog to endure human contact.

    Monday, March 6, 2017

    Prufrock Paragraph

    My first impression on Prufrock is that this story is a more sad and depressing version of a love that only tells the truth about some people. Some people think they're weird or strange that's what makes them think that others don't want to show love towards them. For others they are nice and caring to anyone even the weird and strange, that's love. In Prufrock's story of love  he's showing what the people that are not being cared about feel. They're out of hope for love since no one cares for them that's why this story is depressing rather than being nice and happy.

    Thursday, February 9, 2017

    Gatsby Test chapters 1-4

    Chapter 1
    1) Who is narrating the story
    2)What are the two main areas people live in?
    CHAPTER 2
    1) What's the difference between west egg and east egg?2) Who's Mrs. Wilson?
    CHAPTER 3
    1)Who was the host of the elegant party?
    2)Who does Gatbsy call over?
    Chapter 4
    1)How many girls did Benny McClenahan always arrive with?
    2)Does Gatbsy finally open up?

    Thursday, January 26, 2017

    Great Gasby notes chapter 1-3

    Epigraph: A quote at the beginning of a book or a chapter to give a clue to the chapter.

    The narrator does criticize people because his father taught him not to.
     King Midas turned eve he touched into gold
    JP Morgan American financer
    Supercilious: Crabby
    Gay: Happy
    Tom is a racist while daisy is not but sarcastic
    Daisy finally is talking like a normal person, emotions set in for her
    Tom is going out with his mistress Mrs.Wilson and bought a dog of an unknown breed for ten dollars
    Catherine looks like a cashiers at Rite Aid
    Fiction: is the lie that tells the truth
    Displacement: A character who is out of place
    Anachronism: Aperson who is out of time
    Sometimes quotations are used for sarcasm and irony