myBlueprint: Who Am I? Interests Survey

The Contractor

The Contractor is physically active and they like practical, hands-on activities. Their curiosity, thoughtfulness and knack for problem solving are focused on real world uses. While they might be perfectly happy working alongside other people, Contractors like to work independently. If you’re looking for someone to roll up their sleeves and then create, improve or fix something, find a Contractor.

myBlueprint: Who Am I? Personality Survey – Dawson Riley

I am an ENFP and they need room to explore and to be creative without constraints. They focus on the world around them, looking for deeper meaning in the complexities and patterns they see. At home with emotions, they enjoy making friends as their natural charm and kindness makes this easy for them. Their enthusiasm and energy can be infectious sometimes turning friends and colleagues into followers and supporters. ENFPs avoid routine, constraint and repetition as they find it limiting to their need for independence, creativity and self-expression. They tend to make instinctive decisions which are usually good but can sometimes be catastrophically bad as they’ve overlooked or misinterpreted important information. ENFPs have a broad range of interests and can generally find success in what whatever they choose to do provided it doesn’t require them to focus on details too often.

ENFPs are so highly independent that they can be hard to lead or to manage. They are always thinking, often very deeply, and this can lead them to sometimes overthink things and can get in the way of actually accomplishing something. The ENFPs distain for routine and repetition tends to mean that many of their great ideas won’t come to fruition without the support of others who can assume the detailed work required to take it from idea to reality.

Who Am I? Learning Styles Survey

I am a Visual Learner which means I learn by looking and seeing. Apparently I like to take numerous detailed notes, tend to sit in the front, I often close my eyes to visualize or remember something, and I benefit from illustrations and presentations that use colour.

On The Sidewalk Bleeding

Who is the protagonist? The protagonist is a 16 year old named Andy.
What is the conflict? The conflict is Andy getting stabbed by a Guardian.
What do the names represent?
What effect does the jacket have on the people that find Andy? The people who find Andy are scared because he’s a Royal.
What are the reasons why these people do not help Andy? They are scared that the Guardian’s will find out.
At what point did Andy realize he was dying? Andy realized he was dying when Freddie and Angela left.
What does Andy do with the last off his strength? How is this important to the theme and to the outcome of the conflict? Andy takes off his jacket so people don’t realize that he’s a Royal.

Vocab Page

embellish: To make beautiful, as by ornamentation; decorate.

overshadow: To cast a shadow over; darken or obscure.
To make insignificant by comparison; dominate.

accustom: To familiarize, as by constant practice, use, or habit

outwit: To surpass in cleverness or cunning; outsmart

zaftig: Having a full, shapely figure.

unornamented: Lacking embellishment or ornamentation.

annihilative: Wreaking or capable of wreaking complete destruction.

bypast: Well in the past; former.

egocentric: Limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs.

Cornell notes

The Cornell Strategy is used for taking notes neatly it separates key ideas and notes about them.










Day 4

Now we have to take are bottle rockets home and I don’t have Internet so I can’t post that much.

Day 3

Jarek wasn’t there that day and we had to go launch some of the bottle rockets some of them failed some went swimmingly I did not launch mine because it wasn’t ready.