As you know, I made goals for all year in fifth grade and that included the third semester. I am going to also tell you if I achieved those goals or not. Here there are.

My first goal was to get all A’s. I accomplished that for sure. I have proof on my report card.

My second goal was to get better in P.E. I think I got better in P.E. a little. I will try to improve on that in the next nine weeks.

My third goal was to get to know my classmates better. I got to know them much better.

My fourth goal was to learn more about the human body in science. We have not yet got up to that subject yet. I think we are going to learn that in the next nine weeks. But, I did learn a lot more in science.

My fifth goal was to speak more fluently in Hebrew. I have accomplished that goal. But, I can still improve in that.

My sixth goal is to expand my vocabulary by reading more advanced books. My reading level went up and I will continue to read more advance books. I will be doing that in the next nine weeks.

My seventh goal is to learn more about algebra and new math skills. I have learned new math skills. My dad has introduced me to a little algebra during the year.

My eighth goal is to improve my handwriting. I have improved my handwriting in cursive and in script.

My ninth goal is to learn more in technology and catch up on what I missed in fourth grade. I got much  better in technology. I caught up with about everything I missed in fourth grade.

My last goal is to have fun. I think you guys know the answer to that one.

Those were the goals for the whole school year that I made on a QR code. Here are the goals for the third nine weeks that I made awhile ago.

My first goal for Jewish Studies was to expand my Hebrew vocabulary. I expanded Hebrew vocabulary pretty far just by studying my Hebrew spelling/vocabulary. As again, I needed to speak more fluently in Hebrew. You know the answer to that.

Now, these are my academic goals for success. My goal was to expand my vocabulary in English. I did expand my vocabulary. My second goal was to concentrate on my work more. I have been trying to do that and I have improved a little. My third goal was to get my art projects done faster. I have accomplished that completely.

Here are the three last goals for my citizenship and work habits. My first goal was to learn more about commas. I am past that stage in life. My second goal was to talk less in class. I have improved in that a little. I will work on that more in the next nine weeks. My third and last goal is to learn more challenging words to spell. I think I still need more challenging words to spell.

Now, I need to do my teachers goals that they made for me for the third nine weeks. The goals from my Language Arts teacher, Mrs. Teitelbaum, were to choose two non-fiction books to read. I choose two non-fiction books last semester. Her second goal for me was to work on my reading journal for vocabulary and spelling. I did work on my reading journal a good amount.

The goals from my Math teacher, Mrs. Zavon, were to challenge myself more. I think I successfully completed this goal. Her second goal was for me to work independently on Khan Academy and try harder skills. I went on Khan Academy not just for my goals, but I also went on it because I needed to get prepared for math tests.

The goals from my Social Studies teacher, Mrs. Zavon, were to become a curious learner about the events in American history and investigate topics about past and present. I am becoming very curious about the Indians in America in the times of Jamestown. Her second goal for me was to learn how to find the answer to questions based on the text and write a response based on given details. I learned how to do that and I do it on tests sometimes. Her last goal was for me to learn to write an expanded answer based on knowledge learned about a topic. Did that on a test of course.

The goals from my science teacher, Mrs. Kagan, are to do independent research regarding application of a current topic. I am not that good at doing that, but I have done it. Her second and last goal for me was to be an active role model by sharing ideas with my peers. I do that sometimes, I guess.

The goal from my Jewish Studies teacher, Morah Liat, was to challenge myself to express my thoughts in Hebrew during Jewish Studies. It is like science, I sometimes do that (yes, she only gave me one goal because I think I am really good in Hebrew).