OneDay 2017-Continuing Hunger Games Fan Fiction; Improve my Writing

For my OneDay project, I wrote my Hunger Games fan-fiction that I had previously started. On, I edited the story, and made another chapter, although I’m not done yet. I think that I made a success on the amount of pages I wrote, and the ability to describe characters and what happened throughout the story. I think I did a pretty good hook, which is something that I wanted to improve. One of the challenges that I faced was having access to which was extremely hard. Before, at school, accessing Quotev wasn’t possible, but after accessing the website, it made everything easier. I would definitely continue this project because I like writing, and I don’t think I can finish this story anytime soon. Even if I finish this piece, I still have another story that I can continue. screen-shot-2017-01-26-at-8-49-29-am

Sugar Tears 2 (Sugar Tears Sequel)

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Last week, Grade 6 did a no sugar challenge for a week, where students try to eat low-fat and low-sugar foods. From breakfast, lunch and then to dinner. I don’t eat sugar a lot on daily basis, so it wasn’t so hard. Doing the sugar challenge for a week isn’t as easy as it sounds.

I think I would have to change the thought of ‘why can they drink this while i can’t?”. Its been a bit of a problem because in the cafeteria, other students were buying ice tea and other sugary drinks, but I had to restrain myself. It was quite tempting. I think that what must be changed most in my family is that my mom gives me a even harder challenge; to watch her eat sugary stuff and talk about how good it tastes. At school, I think they should sell healthier drinks, especially during No Sugar Week, because we didn’t know what to drink except for water. I think maybe fresh 100% fruit juice will work. Also, the amount of food in each food group isn’t balanced in the school cafeteria. Sometimes there might be too much grains, to less proteins  and vegetables, and fruits. The food groups should be balanced.

It was quite interesting how much I learned in the Health Unit. Because we couldn’t move around and stay active in the Health Unit, two times a week I would go swimming for around one to two hours. I also did other exercises  to maintain the amount of body exercise in PE that we are missing right now. I think that the Health Unit was very useful to the students because we learned how to have a healthy lifestyle.