Hi guys this is my Chinese worksheet.
- 我有 (measure word 量词) ＋（adj）＋（身体部分）
- 我的（body part 身体）是（adj）的。
- 我的（body part 身体）＋（很）（adj）
- 我的 (body part 身体) (repeat 大大) 的。
- 不 __不 __ or 又 __又 __
This is my Chinese HWEO unit reflection
G5 HWEO Unit Self Reflection
Unit Reflection Questions 单元反思问题
This is my Chinese unit reflection
G5 STP Unit Reflection
huán jìng xíng dòng gǎi biàn dé dào quán lì jī huì
Circumstances and actions can support or deny access to rights and opportunities.
Lines of Inquiry：
Circumstances determine access to opportunities.
环境 决定 得到的机会。
Actions make a difference.
有行动 有 改变。
Hi guys! Sorry it’s been such a long time. This is my Chinese summative writing
一天，Lily－Anne 在家里的电脑上看到一个广告。广告里面说在加拿大有一个比赛。Lily－Anne 买了一张飞机票去加拿大。
That’s all for now!
I know it’s been a long time since I’ve last written but that was because before the CNY holidays, all lower schools in HK were canceled because of a massive flu outbreak. After that it was the holidays and I was in Japan, Niseko! Okay, back to school stuff. When Mr Minor first said we were going to have a math summative I kind of freaked out.(inside myself😫) Because there were going to be ratios and I had never even heard of ratios before. But it was a good thing that most of us had never heard of ratios before because he said he was going to teach us what they were. The teaching included some really corny videos (cringe!!!!!😳) and some other stuff on google classroom. How I feel about this is like happy 😄 and relieved 😌 at the same time 😅. What I don’t like about the summative is that some of the questions were really hard but I am glad that I tried. One thing I would like to improve on is to have more evidence of thinking because I usually do my thinking in my head so it’s kind of hard to put them down on paper. I think I did OK 👌🏻 on the test so I am really happy. The grade I would give this test is a M+ because I got a lot of questions right but a few only half right. I didn’t get many questions wrong so I am very excited about that.
Anyways, bye guys!
Today my class and 5E went on a field trip to Asbury. (an NGO (non-governmental -organization) It was fun because we got to learn about cubicle homes AKA sub-divided units. Everybody had to give $20 and then we divided up into groups of 5 so each group had $100. We had to buy a kind of fruit, a kind of vegetable and two packages of toilet paper roles. My group got apples and longan (kind of like a lychee) we also got tomatoes (I know tomatoes are fruits but they said it was okay). We gave them to this lady who lived in a cubicle home who lived with another couple and her husband and 3 (I think) children. I think if I had to live in a cubicle home, I would chose to live in that lady’s home.
Anyway, that’s all for now!
Todays post is about my decimals and fractions test. We took the test last week. It wasn’t that hard but there was a few tricky bits that I didn’t quite get but I tried my best. I didn’t know much about decimals before we started learning about them but after we started learning I felt if I had known about it my whole life.I felt that I met my standards when I saw the marked test even though I made a few mistakes because after all, practice makes perfect and you can’t practice without making mistakes. If I was the teacher I would give my test an M+ because it wasn’t perfect but it wasn’t horrible either and M is in the middle and E is perfect so M+ and E- are in the middle. One thing I would like to improve on is using pictures, numbers or words to describe a decimal or fraction.
Anyway, thats all for now!
我的小故事 （一） 日期：二零一七年十一 月三日
|Target phrases 短语
Today we learned how to multiply and divide decimals by 100 and 10. I used to think you just had to add a zero but that only works for whole numbers. For example, if you add a zero to 34 it becomes 340 but if you add a zero to 3.4 it’s the same thing(3.40). When you multiply any decimal number by 10 or 100 you just have to move the digit and if you want to multiply by 100 you have to move the digit twice. If you have 5.6, if you want to multiply it by 10 you move the 6 to the ones place and the 5 to the hundreds place. If you want to multiply by 100 you have to move the 6 to the hundreds place and add a zero behind it and move the five to the thousands place.
Anyway, that’s all for now!