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The Internet has changed what (and how) we should learn in School

The majority of learning in schools is based on the memorisation of facts and techniques to answer questions. This is especially the case for GCSEs, where students have to study a large range of different subjects. 573 more words

Week #1 - Infographics

The first task we did within our Media Studies class was making in infographic about blogs. We used the free website Piktochart to make our infographics and we did research on blogs for the information on them. 37 more words


Welcome To My Blog

My name is Kizzie Puzzar and welcome to my blog.

I’m a sixth form student at St Ninians High School, Isle of Man. This is my Media Studies blog to show all the work I’ll be doing in this class. 99 more words


4 drafts later...

Laptop switched on, WordPress loaded, new post selected, now what…

This is what I’ve been doing for the past 4 or so weeks, I’ve been wanting to get back to writing for so long now but I can’t seem to pluck up the courage to pick up from where I left off. 1,023 more words

A Levels: 5 things I wish I'd known

“Life is tough, but so are you.” -Anon

So I’m sitting here ticking off my uni checklist when my mind aimlessly wanders back to A Levels.

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Fancy Words To Use In Essays & Exams

When writing essays and exams, I always seem to use the same words and phrases over and over again. Repetition is never ok (unless it’s used intentionally to spice up your creative writing piece). 508 more words


Baffled By Words

Words can be confusing, can’t they? Recall Dumbledore’s famous quote: “Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak!” Do you have the slightest idea what he’s going on about, cause let’s be honest, no one does and we’d very much like to know. 613 more words