Category Archives: Section J5

When all hope is gone

‘You just begin. You do the math. You solve one problem and you solve the next one, and then the next. And if you solve enough problems, you get to come home.’ Mark says at the end of the movie … Continue reading

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Adulting requires being on your own

Mark Watney, the main character of the movie, The Martian, is left alone by his fellow astronauts on Mars and has to fend for himself. Even though Watney is already an adult, the adjustment he had to make in order to … Continue reading

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The Long Way

source of photo Imagine being stranded on Mars. By yourself. Knowing that you will likely starve to death before rescue gets here. The movie The Martian talks about an astronaut Mark Watney’s journey on Mars and the challenges he conquers to … Continue reading

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Martian Resilience and Enginuity

This post was made about the movie: The Martian    

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“Everywhere I go, I am the first.”

         Source of Image         Ridley Scott’s The Martian tells a gripping, emotional story about Mark Watney’s journey living on Mars. Watney is originally stranded on Mars by his crewmates after being assumed dead in an accident, and has to survive … Continue reading

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Becoming an adult is like being stranded on Mars, right?

Well, there Matt Damon goes again, getting terminally stuck on another planet (see: Interstellar). However, this time, he is not taking action against humanity. No, Damon as Mark Watney in The Martian comes to represent the capacity of man to … Continue reading

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Analyzing Rainbow Fish

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A Very Hungry Caterpillar: Taking a peek

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a picture book by Eric Carle that has received numerous awards and recognitions. It has been translated to over 40 languages and has been widely acclaimed for its success amongst the young. Why is that? … Continue reading

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The Fourth: Analysis on “The Monster at the End of This Book”

A fourth wall refers to the invisible, imagined wall that separates the actors from the audience. Breaking the fourth wall means that the actors are aware of their fictitious existence and communicates directly with the audience. Jon Stone breaks the … Continue reading

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Analysis: The Little Engine That Could

Watty Piper’s the little engine that could is a children’s story book that has survived the passage of time about a little train engine that manages to pull a large amount of cargo. This image of The Little Engine That Could is presented … Continue reading

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