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An Introduction to Adversity

An Introduction to Adversity

Hello, my name is Easton Cooper, and I have created this presentation for my 10th grade English final. My exhibit is all about the adversity and different ways we see it in life. For this project, I had to create a curated exhibit which included how we see adversity in songs and paintings. Along with this, we had to find YouTube videos talking about adversity and write up our own way to deal with adversity. We also read a book…

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Medieval City Brochure

Medieval City Brochure

  What you are looking at here is another one of my assignments I’d like to share from my World History class. In this assignment, we had to make a travel brochure to a medieval European city of our choice. Because it was one of the few left open, I chose Milan. In this assignment, we had to include a few places to visit with pictures, what an average day would look like, the history of the city, along with…

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The Final Storm Book Report

The Final Storm Book Report

I recently read the book The Final Storm by Jeff Shaara. This book was one of the many included in the Historical Fiction section our teacher, Ms. Bockelman, gave us for this assignment. In short, for this assignment we were asked to read a historical fiction book and give a summary of it addressing a few questions. These were questions like “Give a summary of a few main characters” and “From whose point of view is the book told?  How…

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My Cumulative Program: Part 1

My Cumulative Program: Part 1

My cumulative program is a “Choose Your Own Adventure” type game. I decided upon this idea off of some ideas thrown around in our online class discussion. My teacher, Mr. Lloyd Sommerer, gave the class a list of ideas to choose from. He also gave each person an option to think of other ideas, of which they could choose from after being approved by him. Me, not being the most creative person in the world, just decided to stick with…

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My Cumulative Program: Part 4

My Cumulative Program: Part 4

This program focuses on a criminal’s journey through the cosmos, all while trying to escape the people he stole a diamond from. If you would like a more detailed overview of this program, my first post covers it. If you want some technicalities on the program or some highs and lows, my second post addresses that. If you want to know how it was built specifically, my third post has that covered. This post is the final one and will…

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My Cumulative Program: Part 3

My Cumulative Program: Part 3

This program focuses on a criminal’s journey through the cosmos, all while trying to escape the people he stole a diamond from. If you would like a more detailed overview of this program, my first post covers it. If you want some technicalities on the program or some highs and lows, my second post addresses that. If you are more into the outputs of the program and what it looks like when it’s running, my fourth post covers that. If you…

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My Cumulative Program: Part 2

My Cumulative Program: Part 2

This program focuses on a criminal’s journey through the cosmos, all while trying to escape the people he stole a diamond from. If you would like a more detailed overview of this program, my first post covers it. If you are a source code junky, my source code for this program is in my third post on this program. If you are more into the outputs of the program and what it looks like when it’s running, my fourth post…

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Programming Code

Programming Code

At the moment, I am taking a programming class. This class is taught by a man by the name of Lloyd Sommerer. Mr. Sommerer had taught this class for many years now, teaching many kids in his expertise. For those of you who don’t know what a Programming class is, it is a class where you learn what code is, how to write code, and how to read other’s code. I believe that this class is very important because there…

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Things Unknown

Things Unknown

Easton Cooper Mrs. Duitsman English 1 15 August 2018 Things Unknown I wish my teacher knew that I learn best by writing things down with pencil and paper.When I write things down I tend to remember my homework and lessons taught during class substantially more. I tried remembering my homework a bunch of different ways from just thinking of it until the end of the day, to emailing myself anything that had to do with homework, and none of them worked….

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Why do I have a website?

Why do I have a website?

So, you have a website now. You’re probably wondering why. Well, there are a couple of reasons (in no particular order): To establish your online identity. Having your own website will give you a little more control over what people find when they search for your name. Instead of finding random links that you have no control over,  they will see the interesting things that you’ve been working on. Getting a job can be easier. Most employers will search for…

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