Video Production 1

As a homeschooler who actively seeks out challenges, I take some pretty amazing elective courses. One I enjoyed this year was Video Production. There were two aspects to my class and they were achieved concurrently. One was completing a Udemy course called The Complete Video Production Bootcamp. I loved this course because it's about a... Continue Reading →

Japanese 3A & B

Grade: A 100% For my sophomore year of Japanese 3A & B, I used Rosetta Stone as my primary learning source. I enjoy Rosetta Stone a lot because it is an immersive style of learning. Also, I am able to access it for free via my local library. So, before purchasing Rosetta Stone check if... Continue Reading →

Immerse Yourself in History… With a Book

            Ready to delve into a new world of edge-of-your-seat excitement and thrilling adventures? Would you believe that you can learn history at the same time?             Reading historical fiction is a great was to fuse fun and learning. When you read a book like Girl in The Blue Coat by Monica Hesse, a story... Continue Reading →

Cause and Effect Essay

            Noise pollution is an increasingly detrimental problem that has many effects on one’s life. Noise pollution has many effects on human health, human activities, and wildlife.             Noise pollution can cause devastating effects on human health, including health conditions like hypertension and high stress levels. In addition, tinnitus and hearing loss are also caused... Continue Reading →

Five Paragraph Classification Essay

A conscience can be a depressing thing at the dinner table. But there are three types of cruelty-reducing lifestyles which help reduce animal suffering and will alleviate that pesky inner voice. The first is the pescatarian lifestyle which omits all meat except for fish and other seafood. Next, there is the vegetarian lifestyle which eliminates... Continue Reading →

Hospitality and Tourism: College Level

Grade: A 100% I've always been interested in pursuing Hospitality and Tourism as my career. I'm even in my fourth year of Japanese, because I want to move to Hawai'i and work in the Hospitality and Tourism industry there. I'm also a vlogger and a lot of my vlogs focus on travel. Therefore, that benefits... Continue Reading →

U.S. History

Grade: 99.43% I was excited when U.S. History came up in my list of required credits this year through my school, Clonlara School. History to me is something that we're a part of right now - an unfolding story where I actually play a role. So when I set out to master the topic with... Continue Reading →

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