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I just found out that WordPress is turning all of my (: into 🙂 and I am very sad and now I have to make them all backwards so they don’t autocorrect eee >:(
Driving question: Do I deserve grade 9?
This year started with “wow high school very cool” and “maybe I could get good grades” and ended with me procrastinating until a day before the due date and “soon I can enjoy my time living” (summer)
heres my highlights in some subjects:
Maker: I actually some what enjoyed DI (Charlie ruined it) (he didnt bring the spring loaded car) (the whole project relied on that night):< other than that though it was great (: we did teamwork and we were decent at cooperation and I really liked how I got the daring escape challenge because thats the one I wanted (: I think that doing DI helped me improve my ability to work with others and developed my technical abilities too.
Humanities: I think that the new beginnings project was fun and I think I learned a bunch of stuff about our country’s history. The visuals that I made helped me depict the fur trade and the simulation was very informative and was very well thought out.
Scimatics: I liked the scratch game because it was a great intergration of chemistry and coding. The project seemed very well planned out and it was very fun programming it and playing all the games.
Electives: this isnt really about them but they were all a blast and I feel like I learned some real life skills in engineering and foods.
Some stuff I did well on:
I think that I’m ready to go to grade 9 because I got passing grades in all subjects and I did ok work. I dont think I preformed to the best of my abilities but I think I think it was enough. Seven more words for a perfect number.