It was quite fun but I couldn’t explain to my parents what we were doing.
Malala is a great person, she stood up for other children(and almost got assassinated)so that they can all go to school. Malala won the Nobel Peace Prize in2014, National Malala Peace Prize in 2011, Glamour Award for The Girls’ Hero in 2013, Shorty Award for Teen Hero in 2015, Simone de Beauvoir Prize in 2013, United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights in 2013, Ambassador of Conscience Award in 2013, Mother Teresa Awards in 2012, Goodreads Choice Awards Best Memoir & Autobiography in 2013.
I chose to do my topic “can the greenhouse gases help solar panels)because I read many books where bad things come out of good things and good things come out of bad things, so I wanted to test the theory. First I researched about solar energy pros and cons. There were more cons than pros(also solar panel manufacturing makes more greenhouse gases)! Then I researched about greenhouse gases.After that I started making my poster but I couldn’t finish or present because I was sick.
This is my Advertisement / Advert / Ad. I learned that I cant draw (wrong). Advertisements are hard to make if you don’t know what to do. Advertisements sells you something. There are a lot of advertisements like tv, print, posters, clothing, radio.
With the CAS students we talked about stereotypes.
I liked that there were games(even though I never got to do any of them)and that I knew some things about ancient Egypt that the seventh graders.
I liked that the high schoolers were funny.
I learnt that most stereotypes are untrue.
I think it was fun.
It was related to advertisements because advertisements stereotype.
The difference between reality and adverts are
- The adverts show only the good parts.
- The adverts makes it look good by editing.
- In adverts most of the stuff are fake.
At the high school middle school library we organized books by
First we glanced at the cover and put them in piles boy, neutral and girl. Then we read the summary and put the piles again but based on more information about what the book is actually about. We had to discuss it in our groups to see what we all thought about where to put things. We then switched tables and glanced at the cover and put them in piles 8-12, 12-15, 15-18, 18-20. Then we read the summary and put the piles again but based on more information about what the book is actually about. We had to discuss it in our groups to see what we all thought about where to put things.
Maps help you find places.
Learn names of new places.
Treasure hunt using maps.
West=Want to know
How come maps are called maps?
What did the first map in the world look like?