Happiness is more than a feeling, it effects our lives in many different ways. Like how happiness leads to lots of benefits in life. Studies show that people who are happy as young adults will go onto earning more money than most of their peers. Happiness might also be the key to succeeding in life. People who are happy are more likely to contribute to society, they are more likely to do volunteer work and join in public activities. Having lots of money is not the key to happiness. When the group Action for Happiness, did a poll, around nine in ten United Kingdom adults said that they would rather a society with the “greatest overall happiness and well-being,” rather than the “greatest overall wealth.” Happiness is what people want for others. When Parents were asked what they wanted the most for there children. “I really just want them to be happy,” said many of them. Happiness is the thing we want for other people to have. That’s why happiness matters.
When I started middle school, I was most excited about making new friends and being middle school.When I began sixth grade, I was worried that I would have a lot of homework and struggle with it. I overcame these worries by doing my homework before I did anything else, and if I had question I would ask my parents or teachers. One highlight of my year was going to camp green woods, because I had a lot of fun at camp green woods, and I got to spend time with my friends and have fun with them. Another highlight was the Christmas party. I consider this a highlight because I had lots of fun with my classmates and my teachers. One challenge I faced was handling school sports and other things. I confronted this challenge by having a schedule. Before eLearning, I was doing alright with school. E-learning helped me grow by realizing I wasn’t the only one going through this. I am most proud of myself for making it through E-learning because E-learning was a bit tough. If I could do sixth grade over again, I would change my attitude about E-learning because in the beginning I thought e-learning was really hard and so i had a negative attitude, but then I realized it wasn’t that hard. What I’m most looking forward to in 7th grade is making new friends and learning new and cool things. I also really hope we can start regular school, soon!
1. What is your biggest take away from 6th grade science?
I think my biggest take away from 6th grade science is learning about climate change, because before I didn’t fully understand it.
2. If you were to write your own comment on the report card, what would you say?
How confident do you feel in making models in science, analyzing data, and constructing scientific explanations?
If I were to write my own comment on the report card, I would say I sometimes find writing models and analyzing data, hard but sometimes there not to bad.
3. What would you like to work on for next year in science?
Next year, I think I would like to learn more about space, the solar systems and the starts.
During this unit “Our Stories Make History”, I learned to analyze sources and know if they are trust worthy or not. I also learn some writing skills like adding details and using descriptive language. I made a timeline of my emotions, a pic collage, a 6-word memoir, a performance project which is an iMovie and a everyday journal. I put it in chronological order because I thought it would make more sense. I Now I took all those things and made my final project.
I think my experiences may be useful to any person who wants to know more about what it was like for people or students going through online learning and living through COVID-19. I’m proud of my final because I worked hard on it and I like it. I found my performance project hard at first because I wasn’t sure what I should do. But after getting an idea it wasn’t hard. I hope people find my final project helpful to them so they understand and learn more about what it was like during COVID-19.
My project is about my life and what I like to do. But instead of me showing my life and what I like to do I’m using lego to show it.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go is one of my favorite children’s books. This is not only one of my favorite children’s books but I also learned a lot form reading this book. I don’t remember who read it to me the first but I think it was my mom or dad. Sometimes I would read that book when I had a hard time because in the book it sort of tells you where ever you go things can be hard but, you need to keep trying. I also like to read this book because it not very long and I really like the story. That’s why it’s one of my favorite children’s book.
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My Narrative writing was good. I had a little trouble writing my draft. But once I had an idea of what to write my story was ok. I think I did well when I was adding details to my writing. I also think I did well on my conclusion as well. One thing I would change is some of my transition words. I would also change some of my repetitive words. I hope you like it! A-new-book