Monthly Archives: May 2015

Language Arts Reflection

Language arts reflection from Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

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Ted Ed Talk

In Language Arts, we did Ted Ed talks . My Ted Ed talk was about visual learning. How teachers should include more pictures instead of words. This would improve all kids’ grades. Also, teachers should let kids doodle if they … Continue reading

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Scott Zimmerman (May his name for a blessing)😌

Scott Zimmerman (may his name for a blessing) was a very kind and generous man with a big sense of humor to make us all laugh. He was also a very cheerful man. Every time Scott passed by kids exiting … Continue reading

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Jewish Studies End of the year SLC

Reading Fluency Since the beginning the year of 5th grade, I believe that I have improved in my Hebrew reading because I have learned new words and I practice reading words to expand my vocabulary. In the┬ábeginning of the year, … Continue reading

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