Thursday, April 24, 2014

Blogging Challenge 5- Tech Trek

Jigsaw Puzzle
On these 3 3.0 tools I told you about how I felt about the book The Last Of The Mohicans. It took me a bit to make all of these so I hope you enjoy my 3 3.0 tech tools. HOPE YOU ENJOY!!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Challenge 4- Whats all the Blogging about

What I want to talk about in this post is about the book "Last of the Mohicans" I have read about 30 pages in this book and still have no clue what is happening except that this is during the French and Indian revolution. In the book so far what I read was from the start I was reading about these 3 people sent on this journey by the king. Then in like 10 pages immediately goes to a whole different character and storyline. It just irritates me. If I hadn't have read the back of the book I wouldn't have one clue about what is happening or where its happening or whatever. When I picked this book to go with how literature affects society I had no clue that the book was like 200 years old. Also in one of the chapters at the start of it it states "Leaving the unsuspecting Heyward and his confiding companions to penetrate still deeper into a forest that contained such treacherous inmates, we must use an author's privilege, and shift the scene a few miles to the westward of the place where we have last seen them." This guy doesn't have to state in the book that he is going to skip a few parts, you can just say after a few miles of walking westward of the place where we have last seen them. Read this book and post comments on this post and you tell me if you can understand anything about it.

Link-  The Last Of the Mohicans
It doesn't say it has an author.
It doesn't have a published date on the article.
Title:The Last Of the Mohicans By: James Fenimore Cooper
This article helped me realize what is happening in this story, while what I said was that I didn't understand it at all. The article talks about what was happening in the chapters. The article stated what was the big things that happened in the chapters, while I just stated how I didn't understand the book at all.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Challenge 3- What's In a Picture?



slippery.jpg 


 The Blizzard

It was a cold windy day, me and my friends were going to go the football Hall Of Fame. One of my friends pointed out it was snowing really bad and a blizzard was suppose to hit near us today. We still wanted to go today, so we decided we would try to get there as fast as we can, so we could get back before the blizzard hit. So we got in my ford focus and started to drive to the football Hall Of Fame. As we got out of the subdivision I started to realize how bad it was snowing, but I wasn’t worried, I was sure we would get back before the blizzard hit. It was going good until...

As we were driving down the highway we saw a sign that said slippery when wet. Even though the sign said "Slippery Road," I was still going 60 miles per hour. I wasn’t worried about the slippery roads, because I really wanted to go to the football Hall Of Fame. I noticed as we were driving no one was on the highway that we could see, everyone must have turned off the highway. While we were driving all of a sudden we lost control of the car, it started to veer off the road into the woods. I pressed hard on the brakes to stop us from hitting a tree. We stopped just as we were about to hit the tree. My friends and me are just in shock of what just happened. The car was still working so we could still try to go back to the road and try to go home. Then one of my friends pointed out “Um guys where is the road?”

I looked back and realized that I couldn’t see the road. We all started to freak out then. One of my friends started to try to calm us down. He said “We should just follow the tire tracks back to the road and see if we can catch a ride back home”. Then we heard from the radio that was still working “For all the people in Marshall County the roads and the highway are closed down, anyone on the roads will be forced to pay a fine of 200 dollars”. We started to follow the car tracks to see if we could find someone who is now trying to get off the highway to see if we could catch a ride from him/her. As we got back to the highway we saw no cars on the highway the radio must have been saying that a little bit before, or we would probably be seeing some people on the highway still. I started talking crazy, I was saying how we would never get out of here, and that we will probably die of ammonia.

As we trekked our way back to the car, we started to ask one of another if we brought our phones with us. Then I remembered I had my phone in my pocket I pulled it out and tried to turn it on. Then, I remembered my phone was dead and I felt devastated. We thought we would never get out of this blizzard. Then I saw the car charger for my phone in the passenger seat. I quickly plugged it in, and I felt my heart stop just waiting for it to start charging. It didn’t work. It must have been broken when I took it apart and put it back together.We were waiting at the car till we started to hear sirens, we ran back to the highway, and saw a police car. We started yelling “We are here”. They eventually found us, and got us into the police car we went driving back to each of our houses to be back with our family. When each of us got home our family was hugging and telling us about how they were worried sick about each of us. We were all happy to be back to our families and not stranded out in the blizzard. The End

Attention Readers
If you feel like you can make an alternate ending for this essay please leave it in the comments below. 

Also please leave below what you thought about it or what you would have done differently, it really helps me, so next time I can use that advice to make these stories better.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Argumentative Essay

Argumentative Essay
2/7/14
Cadin Rose
2nd period


Hundreds of millions of people use cell phones in just America. Hundreds of millions of just Americans use cell phones, so wouldn't we stop using cell phones if it hurt/killed people. Cell phones are safe.


Cell phones can’t cause cancer. If cell phones caused cancer, wouldn’t people stop using them. Studies have shown that radiofrequency radiation from cell phones is non-ionizing and is not powerful enough to cause cancer. Also the FCC tests cell phones to make sure that the cell phones radiation levels are within the FCC’s guidelines, so it does not ionize and cause cancer. Some people might argue that cell phones do cause cancer, but hundreds of million Americans use cell phones, and research has shown that there has not been an increase in people having cancer. In conclusion, cell phones can’t cause cancer, because the radiation from cell phones is non-ionizing and is not powerful enough to cause cancer.


Cell phones don’t cause most accidents. Cell phones don’t cause as much accidents as you probably think. Research has shown that less than one percent of accidents happen because of cell phone use. Adjusting the radio or CD player, talking with passengers, or eating, and drinking while driving are all responsible for more accidents than cellphones. People may argue that cellphones cause a lot of car accidents, but really only one percent of accidents happen because of cell phone use. In conclusion, cell phones don’t cause most accidents, because research has shown that less than one percent of accidents happen because of cell phone use.


Cell phones don’t give you health risks. If people were having health risks because of cell phones usage, wouldn’t people be suing the phone companies that make the phones. Studies have shown that radiofrequency radiation from cell phones is non-ionizing and is not powerful enough to cause cancer. Research has shown that less than one percent of accidents happen because of cell phone use. People might argue that cellphones give you health risks, but if that was true then wouldn’t there be hundreds of millions of people suing cell phone companies. In conclusion, cell phones don’t give you health risks, because people would be suing the cell phone companies.

Cell phones are safe. Cell phones can’t cause cancer, because the radiation from cell phones is non-ionizing and is not powerful enough to cause cancer. Cell phones are safe, because research has shown that less than one percent of accidents happen because of cell phone use. Cell phones don’t give you health risks, because people would be suing the cell phone companies. In conclusion, based on the evidence presented, cellphones are safe.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Challenge 2- Read across America

Challenge 2
Activity 2
Read Across America
Google Presentation
My favorite book is Percy Jackson The Last Olympians. It is by Rick Riordan, and is fiction.Percy Jackson must protect New York City from being destroyed by the Titans and their minions, while the gods are fighting the most powerful Titan of them all.

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