The ecosystem of the Amazon Rainforest



My biggest takeaway from this year’s science subject was understanding the new fundamentals of science. I was able to learn about heat transfer mechanisms, heat transfer, and ecosystems. This was a vital thing for me as I was never too confident about science class, but because of learning throughout the year, I have learned the content of these three topics and can now fully understand the mechanisms behind it.

If I were to write in my report card, I would write the following:

Luis has improved in learning science throughout this year, as he has shown the construction of learning science by learning the topics detailed and carefully. He has put his best efforts when trying to learn new topics as he wanted to learn more about what was being taught. He has improved greatly in understanding how to construct evidence through empirical evidence. He feels more confident about being able to make models in science, and analyze data in a scientific way.

I would like to learn more about mechanics and how it affects speed, motion, velocity, how it is interconnected with Newton’s laws, and understand a tiny bit about how the kinematic equations affect it.



  1. Henry · May 29, 2020 at 4:01 pm ·

    one thing i learned from this is that i didn’t know that African wild dogs lived in the amazon rainforest. i also did the African wild dog and by habitat was the grassland ( :

  2. Sixing · June 1, 2020 at 9:55 am ·

    Love everything and every fact! I never knew about red pandas and definitely did not know how much we depend on rain forests. AWESOME JOB!