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Jena M.

posted Oct 17, 2011, 10:55 AM by jena mandeville   [ updated Oct 17, 2011, 10:56 AM ]

 
 
 

Propaganda

posted Oct 17, 2011, 10:49 AM by jena mandeville

    Looking in the museum i learned what the innocent people went through during the Holocaust. Hitler was an evil man who treated people like crap just because they didnt look the way he wanted them to. My favorite part of the museum was the timeline because it helped me understand what happened at what time. i also liked looking in the artifacts gallery because i got to see some interesting things and read a little about them. As i read about propaganda i found an example:
 
 
    This is a good website for someone who wants to go more in deapth about learning about the holocaust.

Pepsi Assembly

posted Oct 17, 2011, 10:24 AM by jena mandeville

    I think that it was a good experience for all PPHS students to see the Pepsi video. The things they talk about make you feel what they felt about their experience that they are explaining. I think that the topic overall was perfect because that is the biggest problem we are facing right now. I liked how inspiring/motivational the video was, and how it made me think about what I say to people sometimes and how it affects them. There was nothing in that assembly that i disliked to be honest. The use of technology was cool how they would video kids from their project and add that to music and make it sound inspirational. This assembly had been effective to myself everytime ive seen it.

Chapter 1 /mass communication

posted Sep 26, 2011, 8:26 AM by jena mandeville

    Technology has progressed rapidly over time. Using the internet has become popular for things such as school, communication, news, etc. Everything you would do without the internet could be potentially harder without quick access to that information. News is spread in the matter of seconds because of technology today. Texting has become popular with phones, and people are constantly trying to buy the newest thing. How can you have the best thing when in a few months it will be old because something better was made.
    Things are constantly changing in technology today. Apps on your phone can go as far as making flashcards for school to opening your garage door or turning lights in your house on and off. Technology will always progress over time, and i wonder what it will be when I'm older. Will I even know how to work things?

Blogging Responsibility

posted Sep 26, 2011, 8:21 AM by jena mandeville

    Some problems that we face within blogging become not only harmful to us but also to others. You are free to express your opinion through blogging which could create a problem when others disagree. Another problem with blogging is what you say. Some things that you say could offend someone reading your blog and anyone can see that. Bullying is another thing that is done through blogging. Talking about others and letting anyone who has access to an internet see that.
Rules:
1.) Dont say something that would hurt a certain persons feelings
2.) When blogging think about what you are going to say before you put it out for everyone to see.

response to 9/11 documentary

posted Sep 16, 2011, 10:46 AM by jena mandeville

    Seeing the documentary about 9/11 was shocking. This happened when i was in second grade so it is hard to remember all those details. It was extremely sad to see the videos that were real when everyone was freaking out and yelling. I never understood when i was younger how serious this really was but now i do. If this would have happened when i was the age i am now, it would have a totally different impact on me. I would have been extremely scared.

9/11

posted Sep 14, 2011, 2:55 PM by jena mandeville

“We’ve been saying to people, there’s probably no right way to do this.” This is true because in a way everybody has a different opinion on how to do anything. Some will do the wrong thing because they dont know what is right or wrong in that type of situation. In any disaster like this people shouldnt try to referance a product towards 9/11 and sell it. 9/11 should be remembered in the right way.

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