Category Social Studies

Socials Blog Response #1: Historical Thinking

In the name of having a vibrant and challenging Social Studies experience this year, I believe that the most important historical thinking question to consider is the cause and consequence statement:   Why do events happen, and what are their… Continue Reading →

What Comes Next? Socials Final

In the beginning, I identified political, sociological, and philosophical studies to be main source of interest in the social studies. History dragged far behind. I wanted to try a little bit of everything so that I could understand what I… Continue Reading →

Final Address to the Revolution

  The Revolution. it was a bitter time, a cold time, a low point for me. I have been oppressed, harassed, and forced into hiding. I do not look back on this time fondly. I wanted stability, I got unrest…. Continue Reading →

A Letter from the Concerned Upper Class

(This post is intended for our Social Studies project in which we take on the personality of prominent people in the French Revolution. Mine? He’s rather generic…)     Alright guys, that’s enough.   I get that you, (the peasants)… Continue Reading →

Sacrifice and its Place Within Hamilton

Above is a scan of my theme map. Past many failed attempts at a digital version I have decided that this hand-created copy is the way to go. Sacrifice Nothing good can come without sacrifice.   This is a common… Continue Reading →

I’m Satisfied

Yeah, I’m satisfied with my choice of a Hamilton song to analyze. I had a lot of fun picking through Satisfied, but I must say not nearly as much as I have enjoyed the concept and structure of this project…. Continue Reading →

Socials Midterm

Big Ideas   Emerging ideas and ideologies profoundly influence societies and events Bathroom politics Gender fluidity Law, justice, Progressiveness and freedom Content: Local, Regional, and National Conflicts Rape culture, prosecution and prevention Undercover colours- innovative nail polish that can detect… Continue Reading →

The Revolution Revelation

.                                                                      Technological .      … Continue Reading →

The Mob Mentality Breakdown

I mentioned something in Social Studies today- mob mentality and herd immunity.   Now, I’m sure we all have a few examples on hand of forms we have witnessed or heard of of this topic. Things such as the Vancouver… Continue Reading →

My Socials Report Card and Other Thoughts

Social Studies Report Card Aislyn’s views and rating of the aspects of socials   Subject Skill level Interest Level Notes History B B Retaining specific historical events in my memory is difficult, but then again for a number of years… Continue Reading →

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