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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ma classe de Français

In my first semester of French class I have studied: Les saisons, les mois, les jour de la semaine, comment se communique dans les magasins, le corps humain, descriptions physiques de les images.

Les saisons sont:
Le Printemps

Les mois:
janvier, février, mars, avril, mai, juin, juillet, août, septembre, octobre, novembre, décembre.

Les jour de la semaine sont:
Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi, Jeudi, Vendredi, Samedi, Dimanche.

Pour comment se communique dans les magasin on a fait un autobiographie:
Rens van Wingerden
Ma Vie
Un autobiographie

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    Je m’appelle Rens van Wingerden et j’habite au Brésil à Sao Paulo. J’ai quatorze ans. Ma nationalté est Hollandaise, je suis né à Hilversum. J’étudie à l’école graduada. A l’école je parle portugais, français et anglais. A la maison, je parle en hollandais. J’ai habité dans beaucoup de pays dans ma vie. J'habite en Tanzanie, en Suisse, en Hollande et maintenant j’habite au Brésil. Ici il fait très chaud et beau. Parce que c’est une ville òu il y a beaucoup de voitures et des bȃtiments très grands. Dans ma famille  j’ai deux soeurs, mes parents et moi. Mes soeurs sont plus jeunes que moi, une a 8 ans et l’autre a 12 ans. J’aime mes parents et ma famille. Mon papa est fort et ma maman est mince et grande. Elle est nutritionniste. Et mes soeurs adorent dessiner. Je n’ai pas d’animal de compagnie. J’aime beaucoup de choses  dans  la vie. J’aime manger, faire sport et ma famille.     Avec ma famille je visite beaucoup de place dans le monde. Les place sont Estas Uni, , l’Italie, la Hollande, le Tanzanie, la suisse, la france, et l’Afrique du sud. A l’estas uni ma famille et moi visite les plus grand arbre du monde, les Saqoia. Dans l’italie ons a manger beaucoup des pates et de la pizza. Dans la Hollande nous visitent mes grand pére et grand mére. Dans le Tanzanie ons va à la plage. Et quand ons van dans an autre pays ons aime la vie.
Pour le corps human on a mémorisé tout le parti du corps.

Enfin on a des descriptions physiques de les images. Ou on a descrivé des images avec des petit histoire qui nous sommes dois mémorisé.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Teen Changes Reflection

Pressure to meet expectations


1) What do you think are the most intense emotional, social or physical challenges for Grade 8 teens? Explain Why.

In my opinion, pressure to meet expectations is the hardest challenge. When a student can't fit in a group or feels that he or she doesn't have a good enough balance between, lets say, academics and athletics; he or she automatically refers to himself as imperfect. From my experience, it is the hardest challenge out there, to be good at a large amount of activities so you can fit in. This idea to perfect our variety of subjects creates many symptoms of stress.

2) How can we deal with this type of pressure or expectations? Explain some strategies.

Their are a few ways you can deal with this type of situation. First of all, try to find something you are good at and neglect the influence friends give you. If you have passion you enjoy the work you put into it would be less stressful. Or decide to narrow you friend group down so the stress to satisfy their "expectations" goes down by a large amount. This is worth doing because you will be way closer to your other friends.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Character Scenario

1) What are some potential physical signs that Min Jung may be developing an eating disorder?

She is is losing and gaining weight at rapid rates without a steady balance.

2) What emotional/mental/behavioral signs that Min Jung may be developing an eating disorder?

She was spending more time on her own especially after meal times. She was hanging out less with friends and more with the bathroom, where she was vomiting.

3) What are some external (life changing) factors that may be influencing the risk of Min Jung developing an eating disorder?

Her sister moving out and the lack of attention she received from her parents. All these factors caused Min Jung do developed an eating disorder named, Bulimia.

4) What eating disorder do you think she may be developing?

After reading the story that was illustrated I believe that Min Jung may have developed Bulimia.

5) What other signs of an eating disorder (not mentioned in the story) could you look out for?

You potentially look for signs like, swollen gums, inflated stomach or eroded teeth,

6) Now you finish the story! Write a 2-4 sentence ending about how Min Jung can get help for her current situation.

Mary, one of Min Jung's friends, was realizing that Min Jung was changing her social behavior; she spend much less time with her after eating and during the time they ate together she would eat a lot, more than usual. She was also losing weight at a slow, but visible rate. Mary was very concerned about her health and asked the councilor if he could advise Min Jung to get professional help. 

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Minha Lenda!

Essa unidade nossa classe fez um projeto de escrita de lendas. Eu decidi escrever uma lenda da minha nacionalidade. Eu perguntei  para os meus pais por informações sobre esse lenda. Minha lenda é algo transmitida através de minha família. Eu escrevi uma lenda e coloquei uma imagem. Minha lenda baseia-se em um exemplo, mas a maior parte é do que me lembro do que meus pais me disseram. Para fazer uma lenda boa, eu trabalhei em classe e na minha casa. Eu aprendi muitas coisas. Eu aprendi coisas da minha nacionalidade por exemplo como as pessoas do tempo quando essa lenda estava la. Eu aprendi também a mensagem dessas lendas. Eu usei perserverance porque Portugues é muito difícil para mim. Também risk-taker porque eu não sei muito sobre essa lenda. Eu disse risk-taker porque eu não conhecia essa lenda e eu estou explorando algo novo. Na próxima vez eu vou mudar a história para uma com um significado mais claro porque esse lenda é muito difícil.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Another learning experience in humanities!

In my opinion, learning my social studies best is through reading primary documents, textbooks with questions to clarify understanding, and then executing our learning in simulations. This method for me along with some video's or engaging activities during classes is the the best because it makes you remember and understand the knowledge you learned in class. With these techniques I remember what I have learned because it was fun and, most importantly, interesting. Not to mention, that I also understand my learning because I received such a diverse amount of ways to conduct it. 
Important lessons or ideas I will take away from this unit consist of methods of how men come to power, stay there, and the mistakes they make during their carrier. In the time of the USSR Lenin and Stalin both came to power in cunning, but smart ways, outsmarting their opponents one by one, leaving them alone at the top. For the future, if I ever will follow a similar type of carrier I will try to implement their positive ideas, and action, into my own work. This will allow me to the best in the area I am specified to.
I think my teacher decided to for me what I will take away form this unit, because he highlighted the points in the history of our unit. I take his examples and agree with because he is more experienced with the unit than I am. Therefore, I will agree and remember the knowledge he finds important. 
If I had to choose a part of the HIPP analysis and apply it as a method of learning outside humanities it would be historical context toward any history class. I will apply historical context to my future works into the class mentioned above because I often get confused in what sequence events happen in history. Historical context forces you to create an accurate paragraph purely focused on the sequence of events during the historical time period. It also helps you organize key details, like dates and certain key actions which occurred during that time period. I used during my research and studies of the early USSR and It cleared large amounts of doubt. I do recommend it to others because it is really an effective technique.
My thoughts about analyzing political cartoons are quite fair because they cover all the parts of the aspects of the cartoon. It makes you understand the true meaning of the cartoon better. The way we analyze political cartoons in class goes by the following: Analogy, Irony, Symbolism, Labelling and exaggeration. These terms help you understand the meaning of the cartoon and most importantly the point of view of the author and why the author would want to publish such an image. 
I think we continue to use DBQ in our learning course because it has a strict formula and practises your writing skills. DBQ paragraph have a strict formula and so it's easy to write one with it's formula as a base. This helps you create a structure it will help you in further writing piece as you will insert the knowledge from the DBQ paragraphs into your science essay for example. This leads me to conclude, that teachers make us use this method as a base for all writing pieces. Basically, a revision or practise for more difficult writing pieces.
  • Without perseverance you won't reach your true potential.