When I first opened the test, I realized that some of the topics included were never taught. I didn’t miss any math classes throughout the year, so I didn’t understand why the questions were so difficult. I was nervous to get my test results
Ronnie Donnie Andy Batto November 2nd, 2011 Ronnie Donnie Lavesque, the most ostracized child you could ever see. In reality he was very nice kid who would love to socialize but he had some very odd hobbies. He knew that people would not understand his hobbies, but he made a choice early in life that he valued who he was and what he did over what people thought of him. You are probably thinking how odd could his hobbies be? Some of his hobbies are playing with toads and stamp collecting, but by far the weirdest hobby was collecting dead ravens.
I mainly pushed them off because elementary teachers always wanted some kind of colorful and creative diorama or drawing. Even though I found this fairly simple, I just didn’t enjoy the trivial coloring or gluing. I would put these off so much that I would even have to ask my dad to come help me finish just so I could get to bed on time. However as I grew older I began to enjoy schoolwork more. It was becoming more complex, especially in math.
He argued with himself. The worry had started a few hours before, while Ruth was sleeping. Now, he couldn’t rid himself of the fear. No matter how he reasoned, it didn’t help.”(Matheson 114). Neville always relied solely on science but his mind was so hopeful for companionship he overlooked his reasoning and let her inside his house.
Credit: Wikimedia Commons Theodore Geisel is best known by the pseudonym Dr. Seuss (the correct pronunciation of Seuss rhymes with "voice" not "loose"), perhaps the most recognizable name in literature. Every December we’re treated to How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and each year young kids are introduced to classics like Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat, yet the wider public does not appear to know much about the man behind these famous works. To gear up for the release of the CGI-animated film Horton Hears A Who!, we aim to change that by presenting five things you didn’t know about Dr. Seuss, the most familiar and beloved pen name in children’s literature. 1- Dr. Seuss adopted his pseudonym by drinking gin Geisel’s
I was never touched by anyone but when I was in middle school and was growing into my womanly body, a boy who was 2 years older than me told me I had “milk jugs”. I didn’t know what he was talking about until I told my mom and she told me what he was talking about. The boy got in trouble but it just goes to show that middle school children may not understand the language used, especially in this book. I believe I should’ve never known what he was referring to at that
Thanks to Ms.Nordstrom he wrote his first kids book titled The lion who shot back . The next year he wrote two book titled a giraffe and a half plus The giving tree. Silverstein’s giving tree was very well -discussed because people thought it was not appropriate for little kids. Because you see he meant for it to be a taste of real life for kids to explain how greedy people really are. Then the 1960’s were over and he went back to songwriting.He wrote songs for everyone like Johnny Cash and Dr. hook.
My favorite thing to do in my spare time is read a book and watch crime shows. My strongest subject is English ,and my weakest subject is Math. I love to help people out even if I don't know them i will still lend a hand. I'm very quite , but I'm trying to come out of that an learn to be more talkative. Ever since I was in Elementary school I never really liked math maybe because I really didn't understand it.
Frankenstein – Written Homework March 25, 2010 In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, I would consider Victor Frankenstein as a unique character. At first he was a boring child because nothing interesting was going on in his life besides his mother dying but I guess he was just a normal person which makes it hard to read because he had a normal childhood. As soon as Victor Frankenstein meets the science professors’ Waldman and M. Krempe Victor Frankenstein’s life drastically changes and to me the book does not become as boring and dry to read and I actually am able to read without frustration. Victor Frankenstein’s upbringing just shows how obsessed people can become when they find something they admire but this was just too out of the ordinary. Usually people just become obsessed or addicted to drugs but in this case Victor is obsessed with the human anatomy of the human body and basically just the world of science but his obsession
Retrieved: www. William Harvey Mrs. Persichini’s Class 3rd grade Purpose: I choice to do my science project on popcorn. Popcorn is my favorite snack of all times. I was not able to eat it when I had braces and now that I got them off I eat it all the time. I hate it when there is not a lot of popcorn in the microwavable bags.