Are they all I post now? Yup. Am I gonna change that? Not until the student blogging challenge. For now, I’ll stick to the essential school posts. Obviously, we need context. This project was about the Middle Ages, as you could probably guess from the title. It mainly focused on continuity and change between now and then, but we got to listen to a couple interesting, but weird, songs. We also played a kind of a game, in which we were given cards, and the type of card would determine our role in medieval society. Some other things we did were keynote presentations, and reading a book called The Book Of The Lion by Micheal Cadnum, then, every week, making a piece of work related to the section of the book we had just read.
Now the boring part of the post, the curricular competencies. Let’s start with comprehending. I think I did good at this. My reasons for saying this are how I understood the information in our reading of The Book Of The Lion well, and reflected that in my work, except for the week when I was the summarizer, and didn’t do a great job. In addition, I understood our other readings fairly well, and that brings us to our next curricular competency, identifying continuity and change. I did decent at this one. I don’t consider my work to be “good” because I didn’t do the best at identifying continuity in my partner-work slide, instead I did a good job of identifying change.
Well, that’s it for this post. It may be getting old, but I’ll still close it off with the usual.