Weekly Review – Mostly About Our UOI Project

Hi guys. Sorry I haven’t blog for a long time, I have been very busy. Well this blog post is mostly about the UOI project/writing.

Well basically our class have start piece of writing/text on our computer with a partner. My partner is Sophie.We wrote a report on the Arctic Tundra. Our Central Idea is ‘Human behaviour affects the balance of ecosystems’.

Our Steps:

1: Choose a partner and ecosystem

2: Write questions on cards

3: Research with your partner on your ecosystem

4: Write answers on cards

5: Make sub headings for you research on a piece of paper

6: Put the information on a google doc with sub headings

So that is what we recently did for UOI, thanks for reading, bye!

How Did The Japanese Occupation Impact The Future

In this post, it is about the 4 grade field trip to the HK history museum. We each have groups. In my group there are Victoria and Alysha. Our main focus is the Japanese occupation. The Japanese occupation is when the Japanese take over Hong Kong for 3 years and 8 months. The Japanese occupation started at December 25th, 1941 and it ended at August 5th, 1945.

We find out that soldiers are over HK. In 1938 Guangzhou fell into the hands of the Japanese so the Japanese went to HK and hey came under direct threat. Sir Mark Young surrendered to Japan because the defenders attempted several times to launch counter-attacks, but failed. The Japanese fight Sir Mark Young because Hk reject the Japanese demands for HK surrender. To help HK, the united states dropped an atomic bomb and Japanese went back to Japan. When the HK surrender, the HK people was treated unfairly. The Japanese made a lot of changes to HK. When the HK have to get food it was hard for them and they have to pay for themselves.

That is mostly what I learn. I hope you enjoy my post. Bye!