This was a really fun experience and feeling how the Sumerians wrote long time ago was interesting and knowing that we all used to write like that. I learned a lot of how they write and I don’t really know how to read the correct cuneiform writing.
- One thing is that you should keep your iPad safe and try not to get its broken and stuff.
2. Secondly we were talking about balence between technology and our normal life, like don’t use too much technology, and they gave us a test about if we use technology too much.
3. Lastly we were talking about keeping your identity safe between strangers, and also not telling people your password to anything even your friends, like if your friends know your password to example email and there mad at you, they write mean stuff to everyone on your contact list and then everyone will think it’s you so yeah.
Today in DAL we where talking about balance with technology and your life, and then we took a test of how much technology you use or like if your addicted to it, and I got to say the final score was actually pretty accurate.
As a tech person, I’ve learned how to do info graphic things.
For example, like I learned how to make posters and how to like do things with photos.
Another example, I learned a lot of new things like how to take icons and use them in your poster and stuff like that.
After reflecting on my work in tech, I realize that sometimes I get so intimidated by all the new things I learned and I sort of get off task and try all sorts of crazy stuff, but then I go back to my task. So I should probuly just stay on task even though I get so intimidated.
As a social studiest, I’ve learned that in the past people were very cruel, and they still are. And the future & past are different.
For example, January’s sparrow, people were treating black people very badly, like hitting them and turning them into slaves.
Another example, now we rarely have slaves and we don’t whip and we don’t whip anybody.
After reflecting on my work in social studies, I realize that I don’t really give good evidence. To fix that I should maybe research my topic after reading it.
As a scientist, I’ve learned that tigers are very fasinating.
For example, when I chose tiger as my topic I obviously researched about them, and I found so many facts about them.
Another example, I also read books about them, I thought I knew a lot about them, but turns out that I just know the basics about them.
After reflecting on my work in science, I realize sometimes when I’m jotting about my topic, I sometimes write information that is not needed. To fix that problem, I should probuly ignore those facts and write the important ones.
As a mathametician, I’ve learned to show a strong proof with a model.
For example, sometimes I didn’t show my strong proof and then when people look at my notebook, they will get confused.
Another example, like when you just write numbers and stuff, and you have no strong proof, then people won’t get what you did and they will get confused, they need to see a strong proof. It happened to me once, I forgot to show my strong proof and I showed it to the teacher without knowing.
After reflecting on my work in math, I realize that again need to practice on my mathematical practice by using tools in a smart way to explore and understand math.
As a mathematician, I’ve learned how to multiply and divide fractions easily.
For example, I used to try to multiply my fractions while using my models but I got confused and didn’t know what to do next. But then Ms. Marina taught me and now I can do it easily.
Another example, I didn’t understand and persever I just moved on. And it was hard for me. But now since Ms. Marina taught me it, and now the problems are much easier for me.
After reflecting on my work in math, I realize that sometimes my calculations are not correct and sometimes I don’t check it and I get the problem wrong. To fix the problem I should always check on my calculations before I show it to a teacher, and also I could check my calculations with a different strategie.
As a writer, I’ve learned how to write a lead with an open question.
For example, My first draft didn’t start with an open question, but then I learned about it and used it in my final draft.
Another example, I usually started my lead a little boring, but then I did an open question lead and then the lead caught me and I wanted to read more myself so the open question hooks the reader.
After reflecting on my work in writing, I realize that sometimes with my lead I don’t really make it a little mysterious like make the readers guess what I’m talking about, like Arshi did, and then tell them what I’m talking about in the next paragraph.