I Am Sam (Reflection)

I Am Sam was a emotion roller coaster. it goes from up to down. although there are some sad parts they are usually made up with happy moments, such as Lucy getting to go meet up with her dad for soccer

Some connections

-when Lucy friend stated that she said she was adopted.

-when Lucy’s foster mom told Sam that she wanted to give Lucy back because she was happier with Sam, this was a sad and happy part in the movie because it was sad for the foster mom but happy for Sam.

-one of the happier parts in the movie is when the lawyer  decide to help Sam “Pro Bono” the was a crack of light in the movie because there was hope for Sam to get Lucy back.


1)Why did the Lawyer say “i have gotten more out of this relation ship than you have.

2)why was there a lot of color changing in the movie, Red or Blue.

Morning Experience

I woke up kicking and punching as the intense battle finished. Stretching and yawning kicking the sheets off my bed knowing I have to be at school in an hour. Still half asleep I walked straight into my door which frietened my and woke me up, Knowing that today was going to be rough. Tripping up the stairs to the amazing smell of bacon and eggs, maybe today will be a good day I thought to myself. Out of no where my Mom Opens my door and tells me to get up. It was Just a dream.

Welcome to blogging, Ethan!

Hey there!

You might be surprised to learn you have a blog. And you’ll soon have some of your work on it already. That’s how simple it is to blog! Excited like these two?

You’re starting with me in Grade 9, so over the next four years as you continue to add work and examples of your writing / speaking to this blog, you’ll have quite a collection to reflect back on at the end of Grade 12. That’s how you’ll recognize how much you’ve grown in your communication abilities, by comparing the early work to what you’re capable of before graduation.

I hope you embrace this blogging task and experiment with developing a writer’s voice for yourself and enjoy the feedback you can give and receive from your peers. Who knows where this will take us, right?


Ms. Waldner