Grade 7 Experience Week

May 15, 2013

Guess where I was last week? Beijing! We (grade 7) all went away last week on a trip to Chiang Mai (thailand) or Beijing (where I went) and it was quite fun. Throughout the week we did a variety of different activities all around the city and even out of it. A notable thing we [...]

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Coming Attractions

May 3, 2013

MARCH 18th: Coming soon to a theater no where near you. Produced by the CDNIS Design team, my group and others. An informative but very exclusive documentary about the Wong Tai Sin temple in Kowloon! As I said in my other post (DEAD Day Reflection post will be up soon, WordPress deleted it for me [...]

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Science Court Case

May 2, 2013

Our science court case is now over! The case was the people against KMT (kinetic molecular theory). We had to research whether or not the theory worked and how we could prove/disprove KMT. I was on the side of prosecution and we ended up winning the case! This was surprising for me as I know [...]

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Fractions & Decimals

April 22, 2013

Another unit finished, another iFolio post. Our last math unit was about fractions and decimals. On the stress and learning level chart, I would say I’m about a 3, so neutral and a bit concerned. This is because, though I wasn’t overly worried about the work, I still was just a little bit. I wanted [...]

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English Refugee Project

April 15, 2013

Time for a new post. This one’s about a project we’ve been doing in english class. Recently we’ve been learning about the world of refugees. We’ve read books like The Other Side of Truth and have learnt vocabulary such as; displaced person, asylum seeker etc. We’ve just finished the unit by making a presentation about [...]

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Author’s Choice Reflection

February 7, 2013

As an author of an article, biography or in my case a short story, you have to make many decision to benefit your story. Here we go with todays blog post! Recently in English class we did a presentation AFTER writing a short story about a personal experience. After weeks and lessons of writing, adding [...]

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More Goals

February 6, 2013

In TAP (Teacher advisory program) today, we were talking about good and bad habits. There are millions of habits that can be take positively or negatively depending on who you are. One habit I want to work on is staying focused. A lot of things have been going on recently and I hope that after [...]

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Math Patterns Unit

January 25, 2013

We’ve just finished our patterns unit in math yaaaaaay! We’ve already done both of our tests and I feel that things went quite well. My favorite thing about this unit was actually trying to find patterns. I love brain teasers and every time we had to find a pattern my mind felt stimulated and it [...]

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Bird Adaptations

January 25, 2013

For science, we had to create a bird that was perfectly suited to it’s own environment (which we also had to create) I really enjoyed this task as it allowed us to let our creative juices flow as well as learn a thing or two. After about a week of this project and getting the [...]

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Shi Huangdi Unit Reflection

January 9, 2013

We are now at the end of our Shi Huangdi Unit! Time to reflect! Over the unit, we’ve learnt many, many skills that have helped us finish tasks such as our group poster project and essay relating to the first emperor of China. Here is an example of some of the skills we have learnt [...]

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