Water cycle comic

                                                           Reflection: For this project I had to use creative thinking in order to come up with how my comic was going to look. I used a friend’s idea to use a raindrop as my character. I thought about using the ‘I did this and my friend went here’ idea that Ms. Hughes said, but decided not to. I had to make sure that it fitted the criteria, and I admit to handing it in very late.

Animal Farm Video

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Reflection: In the making of this video, I learned that things like this take a lot of teamwork to make. Everyone did their fair share but one did a little more than others as to take off some of the pressure. I had to keep checking with my team so that I knew we would well and that the video was as good as we could make it.

The Lions and the Road Essay


Reflection: During this essay, I had to think about how the two stories came together is similarities and what set them apart from the other. I had to experiment with different ways to put the essay and find the one that seemed best. I asked my Mom about her thoughts at times to help me get a better idea of what to do. I added my Mom’s ideas to mine and found that they worked well together.

Current Lab

During the lab I have connected more with my friends and learned about how to work with them better. I also learned about much I don’t know, and how much more I can learn. I learned that observations are key when it comes to making projects like this, and how different perspectives can help when trying to figure something out when it goes wrong. I also learned that I should never settle for what I think is right and always ask for a little guidance here and there. I learned how to make a Sway, when I had only ever used PowerPoint.

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