Welcome to My blog! Here you will find out about my learning journey at CDNIS 6D Dragons classroom! Pleased to meet you! 🙂
I think that the ecology unit sparked my interest the most because of the food chain and learning about the impact of removing one biotic or abiotic factor from the chain. From the heat transfer unit, I found it very interesting to learn about the different types of heat transfer and what it was. I found both of these units interesting because of my previous curiosity about it. Earlier I wasn’t given much chance to learn about these subjects, so I was glad to do get the opportunity to learn about them. I don’t have many other questions related to these topics.
I have decided to play the trumpet for my music class. I really like the way it sounds and its simplistic design.
This video is very useful because it taught me how to assemble, disassemble and take care of the trumpet.
This video below has really helped me learn a lot of useful information, about its sound.
Factual: How can I use my knowledge of English to learn French.
I can use English to learn French because of the similarity between some of the vocabulary. For example, knowing English I can look at the French phrase “Le tèlèphone portable” and can easily translate it to the “portable phone ” because it looks and sounds very similar.
Factual: How can I introduce myself in French?
I can introduce myself by sharing the following information in French.
- Favorite Colour
- Favorite Animal
Conceptual: How are the languages linked to one another.
Most languages are linked together through history. Most European languages originate from Latin and Greek. Also, many languages borrow vocabulary or sayings from other languages, like English borrowing the word Deja vu from French.
Debatable: Does learning a new language make my mother language stronger?
I would say no because learning a new language takes a lot of focus and it makes it sometimes a bit difficult to pronounce similar words in the language correctly so that people would understand. But then again, your mother language is the language you grew up with, and it would probably be very difficult to forget.
In past few weeks we have been working on making/designing a coffee cup in design class. The only resources we were allowed to used was paper… and thats it! Here is my 1st prototype:
The first photo is my first prototype. In this one I tried to make a cylindrical cup with a bottom….. it didn’t quite work out.
This second prototype I tried to make a similar prototype to the first one, except with a sturdier bottom.
Yesterday our class went to the schools LLAC to enjoy the Make Create Collaborate event! This event in all about crafts, creating new things, and working together. Me and my classmates learned about many crafts and useful displays. We found out how 3D objects, posts, or signs really make the display stand out. During exhibition we also found out how big signs, pictures, and 3D displays help out too! From all these events going on, I learn’t so much about displays, projects and presentations.
(Breathing Heavily) Hello there! Its me ***** Sorry…. I cant say my name (Security Reasons) But Im alive and thats what matters, (Yawn) anyways, this week has been super, SUPER busy. We completed our lines of inquiry, our questions for our LOI, our supporting questions for LOI, we learned about email etiquette, interview etiquette, research, MISO and much (Big Yawn) MUCH more. Its so much that my eyes… there…..closing…..
Oh! before I go to sleep what was your… craziest… dream? Tell me in the… comments… below…..
Its the end of week 4 in exhibition, and we have less than 6 weeks left! Im so nervous! But of course, In the past week or so I have been working very hard with my group, (4 people) on our PYP Concepts, Lines of Inquiry, Daily Reflections, Weekly Reflections, Pre-Assessments ETC. Generally Extremely tiring but of course fun. I learnt about how Related Concepts can connect to almost anything and I learned how to make good effective questions for our inquiry page.
In general I have learned a LOT over the past week and there’s just so much stuff that it would be easier to explain in person!
Have you ever worked super hard on a school project? Comment down below!