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A Small Piece

May 7, 2012


So far in this new project that my class have started I am in charge of creating the costume looks and makeup. This project is about making a documentary with the whole class and then also making a “the making of” video too. My class has chosen to make a documentary about the Boston Tea […]

Trying To Finish

January 16, 2012


Once my Age of Exploration class got back from winter break we really started cracking down on the project we were working on to add the final pieces.  The project is about picking a political figure and writing a bibliographic essay about them by picking different sources either on the web or on the shelves.  […]

The Ninety-Five Theses

November 17, 2011


In the 16th century The Reformation was started by Martin Luther and caused a split between the Western Christianity communities.  Martin Luther decided to post a document called “The Ninety-Five Thesis” on the Castle church door for Albert of Mainz, the theses debated and criticized the Church and the Pope, but concentrated upon the selling […]

Almost Halfwayish

November 2, 2011


When I first began this project I had no clue what The Reformation was and I had never even heard of it before, I was clueless. I began my research process by reading part of  the book “Europe’s Reformatíons, 1450-1650: Doctrine, Politics, and Community” by James D. Tracy. That my teacher told me to read, […]

New Discoveries

October 31, 2011


Starting a new year this fall I knew that I wanted to try something different. Instead of taking a mainly test and note taking history class I wanted to try out a mainly project based course.  Taking notes on history is not my ideal thing to do; I rather go out in the Internet and […]