Shubham Patel

"Everybody knows that the best way to learn is under intense life threatening crisis"

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In-Depth Post #1: An Introduction

How many superhero movies have you seen? Every single one of these movies is loaded with special effects, for example the webs Spider-Man uses to swing through the city, and the repulsor blasts Iron-Man fires from his suit. For this… Continue Reading →

ZIP Document of Learning #3

Question: Describe the ups and downs you have encountered to date in your inquiry. Specifically, when you were frustrated or struggling in your inquiry, what did you do to address the situation?   So far in my inquiry I have… Continue Reading →

ZIP Document of Learning #2

Question: Record a journal entry of how you used one of our in-class focus blocks. What did you accomplish during that time? What did you struggle with? What might be your next step in your next focus block?   Thursday,… Continue Reading →

ZIP Document of Learning # 1

Question: Reflect on your inquiry question and how your understanding us changing, becoming more focused, or is perhaps being reaffirmed by your research. What do you now know that you didn’t know when you started this inquiry?   My original… Continue Reading →

ZIP Proposal

What components make up an effective text story?   Proposal:   Have you ever read those text message stories? The stories that take place in the form of a conversation between two or more people, and they are composed solely… Continue Reading →

A Wizard of Earthsea Style Analysis

Question: What stood out the most about Le Guin’s overall writing style in Chapter 1 of the novel?     In Ursula Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea what stands out the most to me in Chapter One is how she… Continue Reading →

Disagreement Blog Post

Statement: A person or thing must have a name to truly exist.   I disagree with this statement because nothing requires a name to truly exist. Names are labels. Nothing more. We use a name to identify people, not as… Continue Reading →

John Maxwell’s 360-Degree Leader Blog Post

I learned a lot from John Maxwell’s “The 360 Degree Leader” lessons, and here I have selected some principles I want to focus on. By improving myself at these, I hope to become an effective 360 degree leader that others… Continue Reading →

Practice Interview Themes

I learned a lot from my practice interview, and these are the 3 main themes I took away:   Themes:   Thinking about the future has the potential to inspire you to persevere whenever you are having trouble and feel… Continue Reading →

Harrison Bergeron Blog Response

While film adaptations are entertaining, they are never 100% accurate. The most effective medium of telling the story “Harrison Bergeron” is via short story. In Kurt Vonnegut’s “Harrison Bergeron” short story, we glimpse the year 2081 when everyone is completely… Continue Reading →

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