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I ain’t sorry

A few months ago, one of America’s most iconic female artist released an innovative surprise to her fans and followers. Beyonce’s Lemonade is a revolutionary film and music series that follows her journey of dealing with the betrayal of her … Continue reading

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The Martian

Earlier today I watched the fantastic movie, The Martian. This is probably one of my favorite movies and one of the best that I have seen in a long time. In this movie, Watney has to go through a lot … Continue reading

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Perseverance Achieves Success

Mark Watney in The Martian embodies all the traits of what makes an adult, an adult. He is forced to be alone and independent, something every adult can relate to. Adults are thrown into the real world, without being prepared … 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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The Procrastinator in us All

The picture book that I chose to analyze was “The Frog and the Toad” by Arnold Lobel. I remember reading this book as a child, but I can’t remember if it was in school or at home. The overall layout … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss: a Style that’s Remembered

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!  by Dr. Seuss is a classic, well-written story that speaks optimistically and realistically about the all that a child will do later in life. This story, like his other books, has a nice rhythm to it and … Continue reading

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Simplicity Is Just As Powerful

One of the books that I vividly remember reading during my childhood was “ The Giving Tree”. Built on the idea of loyalty and a constant grip on hope, Shel Silverstein’s book uses short phrases, a wide layout, and a … Continue reading

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Analysis on ‘a beam of light’–a picture book of Einstein

https://youtu.be/6VoRo7xhYoc If the video can not be loaded, please use this alternative link. And following are the original pictures in the picture book.  

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Working in Teams: A Reflection

Filming videos for school is not an extremely new concept for me; I have grown up in technology-savvy classrooms and have had team projects like this before. Although, high school video projects tend to be a lot easier than college … Continue reading

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Video Project Artist Statement

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