Northwest Rebellion Timeline:

My Project:


“Fate of Louis Riel.” CBCnews, CBC/Radio Canada, 4 Jan. 2006,

Foot, Richard, and Bob Beal. “Battle of Batoche.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 14 July 2017,

Macleod, Rod, and Richard Foot. “Battle at Duck Lake.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 14 July 2017,

Stanley, George. “Louis Riel.” The Canadian Encyclopedia, 22 Apr. 2013,


1. The majority of it was from a booklet that was given in class, and the rest is from well-known encyclopedias.

2. I used Canva, an example that was used for this project. It was easy and efficient to work with.

3. Yes, maybe it is a bit too simple, but it works.

4. Maybe I would add in more events in the timeline and improve the design.

Industrial Revolution Project

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  1. Finding the problem was a bit hard, but I was able to find the solution afterwards with much more ease.
  2. I didn’t really use a backwards design to be honest, but I was able to wonder about the future and find solutions for current problems.
  3. Not really. The physical design is the same as current dynamite because I could not see a reason to change its appearance. The solution was fine, I suppose.
  4. I would perhaps change what my future solution would be. My current idea is admittedly flimsy.