In our school we have been filling out a learning style survey. Every child has or will do one to uncover things they might not know about them self”s. Here are my thoughts on the survey and how it helped me.
Some of the questions were: what’s your favorite color? And what do you do good at? Some of the questions were harder than others. You had to really think and be true. ( Say what your REALLY do or think.)
In school we have been working on narratives (short stories.) After we finished writing we made a video about what a narrative is, what the different parts of the narratives are, and what we think we could do better next time.
Today I am going to make a self assessment on my work from my bridge presentation bellow.
In science we have been learning about forces acting on structures, and to show what we have learned about it we did a Smart Notebook presentation. We had to incorporate five different types of bridges on only five slides. The bridges I did were the Arch bridge, Suspension bridge, Beam bridge, Truss bridge, and the Moon bridge.
I think I added lots of information in my slides. I learned about two bridges I didn’t even know existed in till I did the presentation. I think I could of done a little more points about the bridges, but I put in questions to make the reader involved. I also added pictures too, with arrows showing what some of the things on the bridge were. Also I tried to make my slides colorful as well.
Some of the ways doing the project helped me is because I had to look back and remember what we did and I had to use the different resources to find what I was looking for. I think that made me stay on topic and not talk to the people around me. I was able to complete my work and try my best!
Having a sibling is sort of like having a puppy. You have to teach them right from wrong, you have to play nice, and playing with them in general, and you never know what is running through their mind. One day they love you the next not so much!
I know from experience, ever since my sibling was born my life has changed totally! But actually I’m glad I have a sibling, you have someone to talk to and share things with (although you can’t always trust them with everything!) You have someone to cuddle with, play with, and who understands you.
Also like a puppy siblings come with responsibilities. I am the oldest so I have to stick up for my sibling, even if sometimes I get in trouble for it. You have to act like your interested in what they are saying even if you wish they could be quiet. One of my favorite parts of having a sibling is that you get to tease them! Just make sure you don’t go too over board, but don’t worry it happens!
Of course we get in fights over the most ridiculous of thing like who’s turn it is to watch TV, or if someone gets more of something then the other one, we are friends again by the end of the day!
I don’t know what I would do if I didn’t have a sibling in my life!
It happens throughout HWDSB school board, and more school boards too. Its the day where everyone, whole schools wear pink. But do you know what wearing pink really means?
It all started in Nova Scotia Halifax in 2006. A boy went to school wearing a pink shirt. Sadly he got bullied because of it, so two students took action! No one should have to be bullied because of what they wear, well no one should have to be bullied for any reason not just that. These two students worked hard to get news out, they had a plan! They sent out e-mails, texts, Tweets, Facebook, everything! The next day the entire school came wearing pink, accept the bully!
This is a lesson to be learned. Just because someone is different then you doesn’t mean you have the right to bully them. On April 10 every year schools across Canada participate in Pink Day and everyone wears pink. You can wear anything pink like socks, t-shirts, pants, necklaces, hair pieces, sneaker laces, shoes, hats, scarfs, and many many more! And not just on Pink Day!
Remember “stand up speak out” if you see someone being bullied, take action!