Grade 7 Transition Day

by 090274 on June 15, 2011

I think that this day was really informative. After recess, we went to see Mr. Smeed who outlined the different expectations and rubrics that was appropriate for Grade 7. I think that Grade 7 would a be a really big step for me because there would be no desks to put my papers in and I would have to remember to bring my books for each class.

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Final Reflection for the Exhibition

by 090274 on June 15, 2011

Finally, the exhibition is over. The six long weeks have been hard but most of all fun as we researched and probed on the different topics that we had chose back in May. I think that the hardest task in the Inquiry Cycle was definitely collecting data. I think this is so because we needed to find the appropriate site, book or even person to collect the correct data. Even making questions for surveys and interviews were hard. I think the most fun part of this learning journey was definitely when we presented our findings. I talked to loads of people convincing them to take action and therefore make a difference to stop over consuming. I think our Exhibit Board didn’t attract many visitors, as it was scruffy. It was scruffy because we stuck everything on the piece of cloth before we were supposed to. Overall I think our cooperation was good and our information was accurate. This helped us a lot when we presented our data even though I struggled to answer one or two questions. I thoroughly enjoyed this experience and I shall cherish this moment.

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CDNIS Macau Trip 2010-2011

March 18, 2011

Wow! I just got back from an amazing trip to Macau with CDNIS. The days have been action packed and fun. We went to 13 different places! The whole grade was split into four groups and then split again by three. I was in the green group 2. I rate this trip eight and a […]

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Reflection on Ribbon Activity

March 11, 2011

Two days ago, Grade 6 did a special activity that was going to ‘tune us’ in for our current Unit, Where We are in Place and Time. We were each given a special ribbon. Red meaning that you only had to do a bit of work and then you could play. Blue meaning you need […]

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Because of Win-Dixie

March 4, 2011

I think that the book “Because of Win-Dixie” is a very good and emotional. It talks about a girl who gets a dog which is her dream and she is really happy. Everyone is happy including the girl’s Dad who is very grumpy. The problem starts when Win-Dixie is scared of lightning and so when […]

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Happy Chinese New Year!

February 25, 2011

Gong Xi Fa Chai! That is Happy New Year in Mandarin. The holidays were fun and as usual finished quicker than I expected. But as the old saying goes; Time flies when your having fun, I certainly was having a lot of fun. I went bowling in the SCAA and spent a lot of time with […]

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My Invention

January 27, 2011
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The Best Invention Ever

January 21, 2011

In my opinion the greatest invention ever is definitely antibiotics. Antibiotics, means you inject a small amount of germs of a kind of disease. After that, because it is a small amount, the white blood cells in our body can easily kill the germs and they would remember the germ so that if they really […]

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Shark Water Reflection

January 18, 2011

Today we watched a documentary on sharks in the LLAC. It is about this man who loved sharks and was told as a boy that sharks were very dangerous. He wanted to learn more about them so he trained to be a a photographer who photographs and films sharks. I think that he accepted a […]

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‘The Cove’ Reflection

January 12, 2011

Today we watched a documentary on dolphins in the LLAC. It is about this man who actually grew up as a Dolphin Trainer-Very Famous. Then he realized the truth behind it all and he sets out to stop the killings of dolphins in Taiji, Japan. I think it was a very moving film and the […]

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