How much did you know about Chemistry when we started? Not much, I know about some poisons and other compounds that can do pretty amazing thing to the human body. For example, I learned some compounds that can cause suffocation when ingested or skin irritation. What learner profile best describes your approach to this unit? … Continue reading Intro to Chemistry Reflection →
What was the hardest part of this task? Easiest? Timing was the hardest part of this task, it was so hectic that we had to finish so much work in such a little amount of time. The easiest part was probably recording data, because that just isn’t so hard. One of the Approaches … Continue reading Unit 5 Waves Reflections →
1.) Risk taking, for only using a little bit of time to finish the summative as well as doing things that I have never tried before. Also, there are some other easier ones but I think that is stupid, like thinkers, of course we have to think in this summative what kind of goofy question … Continue reading Science Unit 4 Reflection: Energy →
How much did you know about Work and Machines before we started? This requires at least 3 sentences–complete sentences. I didn’t know much about simple machines before we started, I don’t even know much about it now. I knew that they existed and how most of them work but I didn’t know about mechanical advantage … Continue reading Science Unit 3 Reflection →
Grade 8 GRASP Project Reflection Questions Please answer these questions honestly and objectively. What were your contributions to the success of your group’s lesson presentation? Be specific. What parts did you research, what parts of the experiment did you have responsibility for, what were your responsibilities for the lesson preparation and presentation? … Continue reading G.R.A.S.P.S Project Reflection →
In the final summative of art, we made this perspective drawing, there is one point and two point perspectives, in the one point perspective you have one vanishing point while in the two point perspective you have two vanishing points. The basic difference is that in one point you are looking at its front but … Continue reading Art: Perspective City →
Volleyball Teams. Failed Teams Because even if you think your team is good enough, both of you, are not. Brian Hung 9/5/2017 It was a Saturday morning of August 26 when 6 students from KAS, class of 2022, gathered together to practice volleyball. It was said that the students’ skills have all deteriorated throughout … Continue reading News Article: Volleyball Team, Failed Team →
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