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The War of The Worlds [May. 6th, 2008|03:21 pm]
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prince_vincent
War of the worlds


In the beginning it was a book of curiosity and wonder, but it changed it to a book of fear and suffering, and the terror of all you knew being lost and destroyed. Think what you would do in that predicament? Then a light of hope shone out and you could think again and think not of death but of a new beginning what joy would you have and still the sight all you knew being burnt and broken. Would not sadness fill you? The calamity of all things you once held dear, being lost, only to find that you feared in vain and the joy you might feel at knowing you were not the only survivor of a calamity so great. This is my take on The War of The Worlds by H.G. Wells.

If you've read The War of The Worlds what do you make of it?


(See I do work)
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lesson stuf [Sep. 5th, 2007|03:42 pm]
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fyrekaaat
I picked a topic for the really big essay.

The Bill of Rights

woohoo

I will be writing about the amendments, why their importent and what the government is doing at the moment to f*%& each of them up and stuff.
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Butterfly -- Semester [Aug. 28th, 2007|05:05 pm]
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dancing_star
Butterfly's Outline for the Semester
Daily
-- Visit -- http://highschoolace.com
Question of the Day
Daily News Quiz
SAT Prep Question
Word of the Day

-- Read -- assigned books ---

-- Math as given by Brian

Weekly Chapters/Assignments

-- Criminal Sciences/Detective Studies (???)

-- Social Studies -- Street Law Text (Write/Type Responses to questions in book & Research where needed)

-- Head First HTML w/CSS & XHTML (on going online proof)

-- Work on Long Term Writing Assignments

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Long Term Due December 1st 2007

Biography (any other suggestions for her to pick from?)
http://www.bham.wednet.edu/bio/biomaker.htm

Pick someone to write a bio about.

Alice Stebbins Wells
Isadora Duncan
Victoria Woodhull
Amelia Earhart
Dr. Sally K. Ride
Nancy Pelosi


Essay Topics:
http://members.tripod.com/~lklivingston/essay/index.html

Pick or come up with a topic: (any other suggestions for her to pick from?)

Why is it important to have women police officers?
Where do you see yourself, career wise, in 10 years from now?
Name your favorite city and give detailed reasons why you like this city most.
Censorship
Human rights


Both must include a Bibliography

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/mentoring/project_bibliography_worksheet.pdf (print and use to keep track of information)

http://www.sciencebuddies.org/mentoring/project_bibliography.shtml?gclid=CJWt1rT3l44CFRDVYAodeEuTSQ

http://www.downersgrovelibrary.org/pages/writeabiblio.html
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Lessons - Mostly Rambling [Aug. 20th, 2007|01:59 pm]
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dancing_star
So this week is starting lessons on a very mild level. Meaning we aren't doing everything..

Duckling wants to study Shakespeare... I'm not sure, I've got a few books with his Plays quoted maybe we'll read through that if she stays interested and an elementary level biography on the bard that we can read together and play with. Today she figured out that he was born 443 years ago. We also found out that Butterfly is excellent at explaining some of the quotes to her.

Did you know that Hamlet was an emo boy? There was a very lively conversation about this between Duckling, Miss Chiff and Butterfly along with the fact that he was just seeing things.

I wonder if Butterfly would be willing to do this with the girls. Miss Chiff said she wasn't interested but she was just as active as Duckling and her eyes where sparkling, so I think I should expect her to join in if Duckling stays interested.

Most of Ducklings stuff hasn't shown up yet, she's getting a set of books that is K1 in 30 minutes a day, plus reading. In the mean time we'll work on numbers & math, following directions, Finding hidden objects, handwriting, Word Play, Online games and of course coloring and art. She wants the same calender Miss Chiff has for Stickers to mark good days from not good days on lessons.

I think they want to take them to Thats_ms_dragon at the end of each month so she can see. It'll be up to her if she rewards them, or other wise. It does give them insistive to do the work.

Miss Chiff's is a bit different this year. She's got about 30-45 minutes of 5-10minutes each cards/assignments which cover most subjects 5 days a week. Two days a week she has History/Science. It'll be her choice if she wants to do some each day or one one day and the other the other day. In science she'll be building the body parts, mini-books, mobiles, etc. In History she's going to be reading Choose Your own adventure Through US History books. One day of the week is marked off for Park/Art/Music. Two days a week she's got Extra Math & Language Skills. Most of the work will be done Tuesday & Wednesday, just because of how the schedules fall together, but there is nothing that says we can't flip Thursday to Tuesday or Wednesday to do free days places and such. Monday & Fridays need to stay pretty well set since the middle girls have Gym Mid Afternoon.

Butterfly needs to figure out her schedule, I know more Algebra, I'd like to see Writing, She wants to study Law (anyone got good books she can borrow?). She's got Classes Monday & Wed 7-8:30pm, and Sat from 9-12. She's hoping to find something that she can earn about $40 a week doing.

Tiger Boy, some how I need to get him writing, even if it's all typing. He's asked to do Biology, He's going to be working his way through some of Shakespeare works. He's got similar 30-45minute 5 - 10 minute lesson cards meant for Middle School Ages. He's ready to start the Pre-Algbra video lessons, as I think that'll be better than fighting him with a Text book. If you have time and great amount of patients and want to volunteer to work with him on written math let me know.

Ladybug will have her speech therapy and lots of play. Hopefully regular play dates with a couple other little people around her age too.
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Kids Lessons [Oct. 22nd, 2006|03:33 pm]
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dancing_star
I was asked why I hadn't put up there schedules so I thought I would this week.

DucklingCollapse )
MissCollapse )
Read more...Collapse )

ButterflyCollapse )
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Romeo and Juliet- Disscusion Topics Part 1- #2 [Sep. 26th, 2006|01:00 am]
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fyrekaaat
Q 1.1- Compare and contrast the charecters Romeo and Juliet?
Q 1.2- How do they develope throughout the play?
Q 1.2- What makes them fall in love with one another?

Q 1.1 Awnser-
Romeo is a Montogue and Juliet is a Capulet.
Romeo is rather fond of poetry and older then Juliet.
Juliet is a free spirit trapped in a cage and she has strong opinions.
Romeo is a little shy I mean the slightest bit shy.
Romeo knows more about Verona and the city then Juliet does.
Both are very religous and care not for their families feud.

Q 1.2- Juliet becomes stronger and Romeo becomes happier

Q 1.3- Well romeo falls in love with Juliet at first sight from her beuty and elegance while Juliet falls for romeo for his way with fancy words and his gentalman-ness
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Weekend Work [Sep. 22nd, 2006|02:12 pm]
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dancing_star
Tigerboy -- Aztec Essay
(He should be at the editting part, but he's barely got notes and it was due Wed...)

Editted to add: He left his notes here, along with the bit of Essay he'd written...
here are links for his notes:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec
http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/mesoamerica/aztec.html
http://library.thinkquest.org/27981/
http://houck.salkeiz.k12.or.us/student.assignments/WB.Aztecs/aztec.htm
http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1992/2/92.02.05.x.html

Any other link or books are also welcome.


Guideline was some aspect of Aztec life.

Translation of what I could read of what he has
Food Forasters

The Aztecs were ama&ot there time with cooking. This was amazing.
They had simple ingredentints. Coco, Fish, Rabits I or and pumkin and sometmes man. A few of them had clams and shrimp. They made tetocoues which where a lot like toco's which

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(ok parts missing do to not being able to READ his writing. )
END EDIT
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Duckling has been playing with ABC's, shapes, numbers to 20 and the letters of her name (writing)

Miss Chiff is done :)
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Links... [Sep. 19th, 2006|08:19 pm]
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dancing_star
WackyScientist
http://www.lunaticpress.com/video.html

FindSounds
http://www.findsounds.com/types.html

Music Room
http://suzyred.com/music.html

Chemistry
http://www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/wondernetdisplay.html?DOC=wondernet/topics_list/index.html
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Butterfly- Romeo and Juliet quotations [Sep. 13th, 2006|03:42 pm]
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fyrekaaat
"But soft, what light through yonder window breaks? It is the east and Juliet is the sun. Arise fair sun, and kill the envious moon, Who is already sick and pale with grief, That thou, her maid, art far more fair than she. The Brightness of her cheek would shame those stars As daylight doth a lamp; Her eye in heaven. Would through the airy region stream so bright. That birds would sing and think it were not night."
Romeo- act-2 scene-2


This set of words that Romeo says are basically telling Juliet that she is pretty, Beutiful ect...

He compairs her to the sun and the moon saying that she is more beutiful than both.
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My daily question. See if you can get it. [Sep. 5th, 2006|12:23 pm]
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fyrekaaat
The First Continental Congress met on September 5
through October 26, 1774 in which city?


The AwnserCollapse )
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