22. Weekly Reflection

Weekly Reflection # 21

This is my reflection for the week:

Colour:

My week was really jumbled up and busy, and I had no specific feelings.

 

Symbol:

I felt really accomplished that I didn’t leave all my homework to the last day.

 

Image:

I drew a battery because We started a new unit this week and it is about energy and systems. The central idea is: Systems that require energy are created to respond to human needs.

⭐️+⭐️+🎯

⭐️ I am really happy with the research I did and found really good resources

⭐️ I had a chance to share my information with my table

🎯 I hope that we have more Exhibition focus weeks

Exhibition- Learning Cohorts

I’m not sure how the first Learning Cohort Group made me feel, it didn’t seem that useful to me. Our first meeting was alright, but I think we were struggling to get our essential agreements done though. I feel I still don’t know everybody’s exhibition purpose.

Poverty in Hong Kong

I feel like I used a lot of emphasis on my speech. Next time, I think I should refer less to my script.


Link to my persuasive speech

Link to slides presentation

Exhibition

This is my sister and Mom interviewing me about how exhibition research is going

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Data & Probability Reflection

Link to My Data and Probability Reflection

Persuasive Writing/Speeches that Impacted me

This is my notes from watching speeches and reading a piece of persuasive writing. I learnt more about women’s rights. This quote from Emma Watson inspired me “Ask yourself: If not me, Who? If not now, When?”

A piece of work that impacted me

For my home learning, I asked my Mum and Dad what graphs they use at work. I now have a better understanding of these graphs and what kind of data is good for each graph.

Guest Speaker, Jordan

On Monday, We listened to Jordan who donated to charities in Syria but wanted to see for himself what it was like. He met this person who was from Syria and said he would take Jordan to Syria. So when Jordan was only 18, he travelled to Syria with his friend. Jordan has made a lot of trips to Syria asking Syrian refugees what they need the most and most of the refugees said they needed to share their stories.

In the future, I will use this knowledge to share the stories of Syrian refugees Jordan told us about to others.

From now on, I will feel more fortunate.

 

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