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

Weekly Reflection XI

Migrant workers who are poor, work in factories in China and are risking injuries to make goods or the putting together parts of the beginning of a good. These people do the same thing over and over again 12 hours every day. They are treated really badly. Factory companies don’t need people who have a good education. The amount of money everybody has in China is not balanced, some people are very poor and very rich. This also relates to in-equality because if parents were registered as farmers, their children would be registered as farmers as well. It would be very hard to change your residency, people with the residency would not have the same rights as to people from the city.

Pluses Minuses Ideas

+  What were the Positive things about my learning? What went well?

I was really worried that I wouldn’t have enough time to finish my indigenous art but I finished it on time.

 

–   What were the ‘minuses’ or negative things about my learning? What would I like to improve or change?

I had robotics this week and it was really hard. I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with my code. I completely forgot that I had a writing assessment and didn’t prepare.

 

I   What ideas does this give me for the future? What will I do next time?

Next time I could ask an expert or Ms Fung for help. Take note of when my Chinese assessments are.

Weekly Reflection #2

This week, we went to the library and read the Backpack story. It is about the history of backpacks.

We also went to PE and Mr Steiner Badminton rackets and birdies to practice. After, we learned how to take down the nets. Mr Brodie read a book called Shi-Shi-Etko. She is a girl living in Canada and loves nature. She is spending as much time as she can with her family, because the government wants children to go to boarding so that they learn to be “Canadian”. Her grandmother tell her to make a memory bag before she goes to not forget where she comes from. She puts things in her bag from nature, her grandma says “where ever you go, what ever you do, never forget who you are”. We made a memory bag like Shi-Shi-Etko.

In Performing Arts, We learned some of the basics of playing the ukulele like how to hold the instrument correctly, the parts of the ukulele and some of the notes.

Mr Brodie let us plan our own afternoon. We brainstormed the central idea. In Visual arts, we were given a popsicle stick to make letters, it was really fun.

Today, we brainstormed what the unit elements were.

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