In the last 5 weeks, we have covered a plethora of topics in PSE. We learned the importance of emotional intelligence, how different personality traits impact people’s lifestyle and lastly, and most important in my opinion, we delved deep into our own personality and stripped it down to really see who we are. This instance… Continue Reading The Power of Self-Awareness
Oops. Not the best English exam right… Question 1 was alright though, I felt in my comfort zone and it seemed quite straightforward. But boy was I wrong. The thing that really made me lose a few marks was because I misinterpreted the question. It read “Journal intended to be read by your family”. That is… Continue Reading “How could I be wrong” and other musings from a G10 student
Personal Perspective: I believe that it is very important for everyone to contribute and readdress financial and social inequality, especially people of higher socioeconomic classes. We know that at the moment the gap between the poorest and the richest is at the highest it has ever been and wealth disparity is exponentially growing, and this… Continue Reading Does inequality need to be addressed by everyone?
Now that I have finished reading the book, I have a confession to make, the only reason I picked that book was that it was the shortest one in the library. I thought that it would make the whole video easier but man was I wrong! Although it was just 160 pages it had so… Continue Reading Fahrenheit 451
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