Category Archives: Reflection

Language Arts Reflection

Language arts reflection from Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

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The Most Difficult Plague

In Jewish Studies, we learned about the first three plagues- Blood, Frogs, and Lice. For blood, Egyptians were not able  to drink water for seven days. Which is proven to be scientificly impossible. For Frogss, frogs were everywhere, terrorizing Egyptians. … Continue reading

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U.N.F. Trip

UNF Trip Today for  Tu’ Bishvat, 4th and 5th graders went on a field trip to UNF campus. For those who don’t know what Tu’ Bishvat is, It’s a special jewish holiday celebrating the New Year of the trees. We … Continue reading

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A Long Walk to Water

  In Language Arts, we finished a book called “A Long Walk to Water”. The author is Linda Sue Park. This book has a lot of themes including water, survival, hope, perseverance, good v.s. evil, war, family, and leadership. “A … Continue reading

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Student-led Conference artifact

This is my best piece, because I did my work on it to make sure I’m correct. I selected this piece, because I’m proud of what my work has done for me. If I could work further on this test, … Continue reading

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Skype with Famous Author

Yesterday, we had a Skype with Chris Grabenstein. Chris Grabenstein is the author of Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library. Mr. Grabenstein has written other books for both children and adults. He also has helped another author, James Patterson write I … Continue reading

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Reflection of my SLC

What I liked from my student-led confrence was that we could actually be there and know our grades and explain them to our parents. Another thing I enjoyed from the confrence is that the children mostly made the confrence with … Continue reading

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What I am proud of in Hebrew

What I am proud of in 4th grade Hebrew is when we created Hebrew games for our spelling words. What we were supposed to do is make a game and share the game with the whole class. My game that … Continue reading

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My Goal in Math

My goal in math is to practice more on factoring. I usualy need help to solve a few problems in factoring. Factoring is where you find out if one number can go into another number equaly. Here is what I … Continue reading

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My Language Arts Goals

One of my goals in Language Arts is to write more. This year, I mostly read but I do write sometimes. For the next nine weeks, I want to write more so I can be an exellent writer. I would … Continue reading

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