Inquiry Question

Effect of condition of pregnancy on child development

I will continue to cover more things on my previous research, about what to eat, how to sleep, how to exercise while pregnant and how it can affect the child. Eating Some foods are recommended not to be consumed while pregnant due to the high chance of being contained with harmful bacteria. (1) These include: * Raw fish, high-mercury fish * Under cooked/raw/processed meat * Organ meat * Raw or under cooked eggs * Unpasteurized milk products, soft cheeses * Unpasteurized juices * Raw sprouts...Read More...
Last Reply By Venus Seyedi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, Thank you to Joanna, Leonarda, Alison and Ivy for all of your comments! For this post I decided to look into Alison’s suggestion, but I may come back and see what else I can find out about things that you are interested in! For this post I will be exploring how dance and movement based therapy can improve participants emotional health. Dance movement therapy (DMT) is different from just dancing. (4) DMT is the use of movement and dance psychotherapeutically to support...Read More...
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Effect of condition of pregnancy on child development

Hi peeps! I’m doing my project on babies because I’ve always wondered if every little detail matters as to raising a child, especially during pregnancy. Wouldn’t it be great if we could find out how to perfectly raise a child to our fancy? (It actually might be a good thing that we can’t, yet). My previous knowledge is that women aren’t supposed to use drugs, alcohol, or smoke cigarettes during pregnancy but I never knew why. I also knew that they shouldn’t exercise or have hot baths. Well...Read More...
Last Reply By Venus Seyedi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
My Inquiry- What effects Canadian views of the United States of America? Ever since moving to Canada from the U.S., I have been curious as to why America gets so much backlash, especially from Canada. It seemed like, all of the sudden, I was lesser just because I was born in the United States, and felt as if my side story weren't being given any thought. Starting off, I wanted to look into what effects societies' views on multiple things. I already knew that media is a huge factor in how...Read More...
Last Reply By Venus Seyedi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
In recent months, I've become more aware of how the things we use in our daily lives affect our local and global environment. Millions of tons of plastic are dumped into the oceans every year. There is now plastic and micro plastics in all areas of the world; even those that are uninhabited. Plastics are penetrating our ecosystems and causing mass destruction to coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean. "Marine litter harms more than 600 species amid what some regard as the beginning of the sixth...Read More...
Last Reply By Sephine Lauze (LFAS) · First Unread Post
I just wanted to add, before I continue with this topic, that the information I receive and base my discussions off of are, unfortunately, generalizations, and in no way, shape, or form, an accurate representation of each individual. Continuing on this topic (not quite an inquiry) of what effects the view of America, I decided to look at the different ways Canada, and the rest of the world, see the U.S. During Barrack Obama's presidency, the world seemed to have more confidence in the now...Read More...
Last Reply By Ivy Hao (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi everyone, For this post I decided to focus on how participating in music and art therapy can impact people dealing with sicknesses. As I was researching, I discovered that in most cases, health is described to not only be an absence of disease, but to be healthy is to be in a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being. (1) People who participate in the creative process can be happier and are less likely to experience memory loss and cognitive issues. (2,3) Music therapy...Read More...
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Last Reply By Ivy Hao (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello folks, As many of you may know from my last post, I am looking into the concept of cultural appropriation. For those who are unfamiliar with the term, cultural appropriation refers to somebody using a culture to which they do not belong as their own. In regards to the arts, this could mean somebody writing a story as a character of a culture to which the author does not belong, which is what I am focussing on in this post (and likely in my next few rounds.) One particular example that...Read More...
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Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Essential Question: How Do Modern Tobacco Advertisements Compare To Their Older Counterparts In Early North America? Why I’m Interested While there are many harmful companies and products in the world, they still manage to be powerhouses. And I know people’s addiction and temporary relief is a large part of that, however some of it still seems to be very strategic and manipulative on the part of the company. What I Know Already While monopolies and Oligopolies are illegal, it is very...Read More...
Last Reply By Jessica Scott (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
I am interested in this topic because I have always had a passion for psychology as well as early childhood education, and personally I believe that the insight on behavioral science that they provide within counselling and therapy is important for all children to educated on. Due to the costs of therapy, as well as issues affecting youth that go unnoticed by social workers and or school staff, many children who require the knowledge and support to help deal with emotional issues go...Read More...
Last Reply By Leonarda Ognjenovic (LFAS) · First Unread Post

How does method acting actually affect the mind of an actor and the audience?

My Inquiry Question: How does method acting (Stanislavsky Technique, emotional memory) actually affect the mind of an actor and the audience? Why did I choose this question? Having watched and experienced method acting, I can recall a certain 'blackout' feeling after stepping out of character, a sense of having lost control and regained it through the eyes of someone other than yourself. I want to explore what is actually happening when an actor becomes a character, and how method acting and...Read More...
Last Reply By Jalynne Barnes (LFAS) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone! I do not have an official question yet, so far my idea is, "What is considered racism in the arts and literature?" I might modify this question later to make it more specific, as it's a pretty broad topic. I am interested in this topic because I am really interested in writing and the arts, and there is a lot of controversy about portraying different cultures through art and stories, so I wanted to look into that. What do I already know? Well, before I started researching the...Read More...
Last Reply By David Ames · First Unread Post
I am interested in exploring this question because it is something that I experience everyday . I have often thought about how our actions effect how we feel and I am excited to learn about how creativity impact s our emotions. I have some previous knowledge on this topic. I know that art can influence you at any time whether it is planned or impromptu. Creating art can be a way to communicate an idea or message. Lastly, I know that art can be a way to express yourself. In my preliminary...Read More...
Last Reply By Joelene Brewer (LFAS) · First Unread Post

What is beauty? Round 1.2

Kaley Stockton (Charles Best)
Round 1.2: What is Beauty Welcome to updated round 1 with sources! Everyone has some experience with beauty and therefor an opinion of what beauty is. There appears to be some kind of emotional attachment even if you are trying to look at it more objectively. Let’s start with an understanding that a beautiful person is someone that holds some combination of both inner beauty and outer beauty. Inner beauty includes but not limited to personality, intelligence, grace, charisma, integrity and...Read More...
Last Reply By Catherine Eckman (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi! I'm so excited to be posting my first post! Since I am new to all this, any advice is appreciated. Thanks I had a lot of ideas for my inquiry question, and I just couldn't pick one. Finally, I decided to go with something more science related. I chose to research self driving cars, particularly the ethical dilemmas that they cause. Replacing regular cars with self driving cars seems like a thing of the future, but it's a lot closer than it seems. Many people are embracing the change, but...Read More...
Last Reply By Venus Seyedi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

Inquiry Update

Alice Yang (LFAS)
Inquiry Question Hello Everyone! I know I haven't posted in a while... or in forever BUT I'll try my best to get myself going and more on top of everything more often :) So here is my super tiny update about my topic that I might still change! Please let me know if you know any interesting Inquiry Topics to help me find the right topic to work on! The Inquiry Question I thought of is: Should the involvement of violence be reduced in sports? Why I chose this topic Sports are something that...Read More...
Last Reply By Jasmine Paduraru (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

How does the criminal justice system affect children with parents who are incarcerated?

Inquiry Question: How does the criminal justice system affect children with parents who are incarcerated? Glass windows and metal bars holding a human soul in captivity. As the years go by the number of divorces has gone up to over 70 000 per year in Canada, showing us that separate parents and absent parents are not uncommon in our society. But switching between your mother and fathers houses per weekend is completely and utterly different than watching your own blood locked behind bars.Read More...
Last Reply By Jim Liu (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Question: How does sleep effect our ability to learn and retain knowledge? The amount of sleep needed for the proper develop and functioning of a adolescent is between 9 to 9 and a half hours of sleep per night, thing is on average they only sleep somewhere between 7 to 7 and a half hours, a whole two hours less then recommended. So, I wonder what effect this has on how effectively we learn, and our ability to perform at school. An important part in the average amount of sleep we get is the...Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

Drugs

Bruce Ambrose  (Tigithi School)
Hi everyone ?as i promised on my previous post i promised to be looking at signs and symptoms of gambling which are also sot of effects to us even if the don't affects us physically the will make you regret some day if one goes on with gambling,gambling will make sure you are poor since you are addicted to it.and for those who live in countries were gambling is illegal they will end up getting in trouble with the law since the games are illegal so lets see what are sings of gambling my...Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello all! Welcome to reading this introductory post of my question! Inquiry Question : How can anger transform to become a positive emotion? The brief idea basically is to explore the idea of emotions that everyone experiences in life. Specifically this will be the negative emotion: Anger which can be not great at different levels. I hope to compile and discover new information to share and learn with everyone and to answer this question to the best of my ability at the end! Got thoughts,...Read More...
Last Reply By Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
What are the causes of depletion to wildlife? Wildlife deforestation Is the lose of wild animals through over hunting. Most often loss of there natural habitat due to human expansion of urbanization.The largest –scale killing of animals for food, trade and pleasure is one of the many causes for the wildlife depletion.There are many reasons that lead to depletion or extinction of Wildlife across the world. 1. Loss of Habitat and Habitat Alteration : As the human population grows, space...Read More...
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Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone! As seen in my previous post regarding my inquiry question, here is what I am wanting to research in the next following rounds. My question for this cycle is "Why are people being affected by drugs at music festivals?" Nowadays, in our society, people, especially adolescents, are being heavily influenced by the pop and musical culture. We celebrate our love for this art by attending festivals, such as concerts, to enjoy the music together. While this is a great way to bond...Read More...
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Last Reply By Kaley Stockton (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone! I am back again with yet another cycle of research, and this one is going to be a little bit hefty. My question for this cycle is: How does your mindset impact your mood, perception, and productivity? In this research cycle, I would like to look into: What a mindset is How we can alter our mindsets (for better or for worse) How much control we have over 'uncontrollable' things related to our mind (moodswings, moods, frustration, being angry with someone, how we see someone...Read More...
Last Reply By Jim Liu (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone, for my very first inquiry question, I decided to ask the question Why are people being affected by drugs at music festivals? As an adolescent, a lot of kids at my school and mutual friends have started to go to music festivals to see their favourite artists or to enjoy great quality time with friends! However, we seem to forget the high risks that these type of environments potentially have on us, both mentally, emotionally and physically. The majority of guests who do go to...Read More...
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