In art class, I learned about how to draw a black and white three dimensional self portrait. I learned that first, you will want to write the head, nose, eye and mouth. When you draw it, you will have to be careful of shape and the placement. You have to be careful with the shape of your face parts (eyes, nose, mouth) otherwise it might not look like yourself. I learned that you need to use shadows and highlights to make the value of the parts different. Than you have to start using a blending stump to blend the picture’s colors so the colors turning into another color looks natural.
I learned that focusing and practicing helps a lot in art class so you can get as much work done as possible. I learned that art class can be for collaborating because we often communicate and ask friends to check if the shadow, highlights, shape and the placement correct so at the end, it will look like you. I learned that focusing and concentrating on drawing the self portrait is not easy. You will have to manage yourself so you are focusing on the task.
I learned that drawing a selfportrait needs different skills. There is concentrating and focusing, collaboration and problem solving. You have to concentrate because you want to do as many things done but if you don’t focus on the task, you might not be done with your picture. You need collaboration because if you ask your friends, you might find mistakes that you didn’t see. Problem solving is important because you will need to find a solution to your problem. It might be hard but you can ask your friends so they can help you.
Hello! Future grade sixes. I am going to give you advices for the big water project with science and I&S. My advice is to use as many websites as you can and book mark or somehow remember the websites you used. If you find a website that has a lot of words, don’t skip that website and actually read it because the websites that has more words are more useful. The most fun part of the project was cleaning water in science. You got to learn a lot of ways to clean dirty water. My mistake that I did was I didn’t put a lot of river vocabularies. Those were my advices for your project. I hope you get a 0… I mean 8. Stay positive!
Make sure to check out the website that I made and it is definitely worth checking it out! –> https://sites.google.com/yis.ac.jp/vincent-water/
My advice is to get as much examples and try to persuade the reader. Imagine you don’t think Roald Dahl is a great author and read through the essay that you wrote/typed. Than check if you got convinced that Roald Dahl is a great author.
Roald Dahl is a great author because he creates characters whose feelings readers naturally empathise with. His writing hooks readers and helps them empathise with the the character’s tough experiences. In Matilda, Matilda’s parents don’t care about their daughter: “Nearly every weekday afternoon Matilda was left alone in the house. Her brother (five years older than her) went to school. Her father went to work and her mother went out playing bingo.” (p6). Readers empathise with how lonely she is and her sadness do to her parents neglect. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, all the greedy and naughty children that won golden tickets failed to win the final prize. For example, Augustus Gloop leaned towards the melted chocolate river and fell in. Violet Beauregarde chewed the gum that Wonka insisted that nobody chew because it was not finished yet. In Roald Dahl’s stories, the good kids come out on top. Readers feel connected to the kids in the stories. They like to see good things happen to good kids and to not see the bad kids get rewarded. That’s why Roald Dahl is a great author.
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