# Showcase

Goals:

1.Make a great tutorial that many viewers will see.

2.Breaking my record in the quick math quiz.

3.Write a long and detailed reflection in my blog.

4.Improve on my French skills.

5. Being good at iMovie and start learning about FInal Cut.

Reflection for the goals I was accomplishing

For the Quick Math Quiz, I broke my record. Okay, first of all, the math quiz is all about completing simple 50 questions as fast as you can, for example 123-69. There are also division, multiplication, and addition. I got the 2 records with multiplication, which I am really fast at. My old record, before the Student Led Conference was the 37 seconds, and I was actually pretty satisfied with that, but I wanted to challenge more. My new record is 28 seconds. I worked hard when I was little, and overall I did a good job in the quiz. I also got a Bronze Certificate in the Intermediate Math challenge, and a Silver Certificate in the Junior Math challenge.

Unit 1: Becoming a Blogger! (the link is to the Unit Cover Sheet)

Investigate Reflection

Plan Reflection

Create Reflection

Evaluate Reflection

Unit 2: Teachers of the Future!

Investigate Reflection

Plan Reflection

Create Reflection

Evaluate Reflection

These are my reflections.

I improved in my French Skills a lot. I am going to France sometimes, and speak all the French I can. In Grade 6, we have learned basic as well as a little challenging vocabulary and phrases. For example, I can use, “Je voudrais acheter un (une)” which means “I would like to buy…”. “Un” means one. There is 2 different types of words, and that’s masculine and feminine. For instance, if you want to buy a computer, which is “ordinateur”, you would say, “Je voudrais acheter un ordinateur. “. The “un” is a form where it is before a masculine word, and “une” is a form where it is before feminine sound for instance “une radio”. Plurals are always “des”, but shoes and scissors are classified as a plural, and I will explain you why. In English, you would say a pair of scissors, or something like that, so some of the vocabulary in French are considered with “des”. I want to improve more and more in my French.