Wednesday, November 10, 2010

List Day: School Reports in My Drawer

  • Squash (third grade)
  • Leonardo da Vinci (fifth grade, seventh grade, ninth grade -- reuse is GREAT, even outside of computer programming)
  • The Code of Hammurabi (fifth grade)
  • How Long Do Batteries Really Last? (fifth grade)
  • The History of Idaho (seventh grade)
  • Global Warming: How Will It Affect the Agricultural World? (seventh grade)
  • Do Students Consider Waste When They Buy Food? (eighth grade)
  • Does Listening to Music Affect Your Ability to Concentrate? (ninth grade)
  • A Study in the Composition of Regional Surface Water (tenth grade)
  • London's House is Falling Down (tenth grade -- my biography of Jack London)
  • Flapjack John and Maple Syrup Malefactors (twelfth grade -- because "A Comparison of A Light in August and Beloved" was so tame)
  • An Idealized History through Divine Miracles (freshman year, college -- taking an early Roman Christianity class with so few students that you cannot skip is a BAD IDEA)
  • A Provocative Study of Neoclassicism through the Eyes of One Who Was Not Yet Born (fourth year, college -- hello, Dr. Polifrone's Contemporary Music class)
  • The Symphonic Style of Sergei Prokofiev (fifth year, college -- co-authored with Paige)
  • Hauptmann's Conception of Meter and Rhythm: Unification Through Hegelian Dialectics (first year, grad school -- History of Music Theory)

Although it may seem from the natural progression of these reports that I became smarter over time, I would wager that my report on squash was more useful than the one on Hauptmann's treatise, especially since it contained a recipe from the Joy of Cooking (properly cited, of course).

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