Recently, my class and I were working on our innovation projects in English. Sometimes, projects could get stressful though over things such as getting things done by the deadline and etc. But, for the innovation project, although we have to worry about those things too, we just had to let our imagination run free. If we let our imagination soar, there’s no telling what could be accomplished! Here are some wonderful innovative treat ideas that people have come up with to recreate, and it only took some creativity and imagination. Hopefully you guys enjoy it!
In English class, we are currently reading A Tale of Two Cities. After reading the first chapter, my class had a detailed discussion about what the chapter title (“The Period”) emphasized. We were basically picking the whole thing apart. One suggestion came up, and it was that the title talked about a time of change. Life is always changing, either for “the best of times” or “the worst of times.” During the Age of Discovery, the world was progressing to make a change. This leads to how new desserts are constantly being created and reinvented even if they become the best ones or the worst. The process won’t stop, and the recipes it leaves behind will be kept and improved on for ages.
In my English class this week, we were working on our innovation projects. However, sometimes, we feel the need that in order to make a good project, it should be complicated and elaborate so it seems cool and awesome. That’s not the case though. A project or an idea can be very complex, but if it is not executed thoroughly, the result won’t turn out well. Sometimes, just stick with the basics because it can look simple but turn out amazing.
During class, we watched this documentary called “The Guru of Go.” After watching the film, it leaves this feeling in you, and I’m just like wow…that was amazing. In the documentary film, it talked about Hank Gathers. He was a basketball player and a very inspirational person. Hank pushes himself to the limit and doesn’t give up. When he found out that he had an irregular heartbeat, Hank was determined to conquer the problem when it began to affect his playing skills. The medications he took didn’t allow him to perform as well as he should so he began to cut down on the doses. He was risking his life by doing this, but Hank was set on not letting his heart problem stop him from playing even down to his last dunk. Continue reading