Grade: A 100% For this year’s speech class, I planned to learn how to write a speech, perfect its presentation by practicing in front of multiple audiences, and then actually … Continue reading Speech
Grade: A 100% For my continuation of my music learning, I stretched my wings a little more. While I continued my School of Rock studies that I’ve highlighted in vlogs … Continue reading Music – Performing Arts II
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 … Continue reading Video Production I
Grade: A 100% For my sophomore year of Japanese III, I used Rosetta Stone as my primary learning source. As in prior years, I continue to enjoy Rosetta Stone because … Continue reading Japanese III
It’s another day of isolation because of this coronavirus outbreak, and all my friends are really bored. But I’m not! So today I’ll tell you about my favorite things to … Continue reading Coronavirus Pandemic: FUN THINGS TO DO IN QUARANTINE!
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 … Continue reading Immerse Yourself in History… With a Book
An assignment for Mastering the Five-Paragraph Essay class If a person saw a fluffy cow being abused, they would usually call the police and try to intervene. But did … Continue reading Research Essay About The Meat, Dairy, and Egg Industry
An assignment for Mastering the Five-Paragraph class Noise pollution is an increasingly detrimental problem that has many effects on one’s life. Noise pollution has many effects on human health, … Continue reading Cause and Effect Essay
An assignment for Mastering the Five Paragraph Essay class A conscience can be a depressing thing at the dinner table. But there are three types of cruelty-reducing lifestyles which help … Continue reading Five Paragraph Classification Essay
Grade: A 100% I’ve always been interested in pursuing hospitality and tourism as my career. I’m even in my third year of Japanese, because I want to move to Hawai’i … Continue reading Hospitality and Tourism: College Level
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 … Continue reading U.S. History
When I began this year’s United States history course, I felt weighed down by the curriculum’s cumbersome strings of facts and dates, seemingly endless readings, and required memorizations of … Continue reading Dummy or Not… History’s HOT!