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Duma Analysis

Duma is a cheetah that was adopted by a child named Xan when Duma was still a cub. Duma’s mom was ambushed by lions. Duma’s siblings were also killed. Xan trained Duma. So Duma won’t hurt Xan. Xan’s dad is helped Xan too with training. After Xan’s dad died, Xan and his Mom moved into […]

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Monkey King Reflection

This year in school we did a play called Monkey King (西游记). I learned a variety of things during this play. I learned  how to paint your face properly, knowing colors of the face, projecting your voice, and playing a variety of instruments. The instruments I played were the small cymbals, large cymbals, small gong, […]

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Unit 9 Blog Reflection

How would you explain to someone the difference between area and volume? Area is the space in in the 2D shape. While volume is the space in a 3D shape. Describe at least three situations where you would want to find the area of something. When you are building a house, you need area. When […]

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Cooking Lab Reflection

1.  How does cooking help with the learning of fractions?  Be specific with examples. It tells you how to use fractions in real life. Life using 1 1/8 of a cup of flour or 1/8 cup of sugar. 2.  If you were to prepare for a Friday Brunch, what would you cook and why? I […]

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Unit 8 Blog Reflection

1.Describe several situations in which knowing how to solve percent-of problems wound be helpful. You can find the discounts of different prices and you can find how much you can save when you buy something. 2.Explain why you think it is important to know how to find equivalent fractions with common denominators. It’s important to […]

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Math Reflection Unit 7

  1.Look through your journal pages in this unit.  Which pages do you think show your best work.  Explain. I think using parenthesis show my best work because I am very good at it. I barely make any mistakes. And I can teach other people to use it.   2.Explain why you think we have […]

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Unit 6 Math Reflection

1. If you wanted to find out what the top 3 favorite TV shows of fifth graders are, about how many students would you ask? Explain your answer. I would interview 19 people because it has a variety of answers. Also our class has 19 people, so it’s very easy to interview. 2. Explain why […]

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Unit 4 Reflection

1.  Tell why you think it is important to be able to divide numbers.  For what kind of problems do you need to use division? So you can have things equally. Because it’s not fair when you get 1 piece and your friend get a million pieces of cake. 2.  Tell what part of this […]

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Math Unit 3 Reflection

1.  Look through your math journal.  Describe what you liked most about this unit.  Be specific and use details in your explanation. I liked measuring the angles the most. Because you need to look very closely at the lines to seed how many degrees there are. That can help you focus more and makes you […]

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Science Reflection

  What do you now understand about the scientific method?  Explain your answer. The scientific method helps you when you’re doing an experiment. If you don’t know the scientific method or don’t follow the steps on the scientific method, your experiment will get very messy. What did you learn about yourself as you worked on […]

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