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6th Grade 2013 Reflections | ELAMy expectation for ELA was that it was going to be boring because we had to read and write. My expectations were wrong because ELA turned out to be fun to learn. One thing I learned in ELA was how to make a structure for a poem; I also learned that the structure of a poem is important because since poems are meant to be read out loud you need to write your poem how you want it to be read. A thing that I’m proud of from ELA class is that I became a better reader, I use to be in a low reading level and now I read books of my level grade. | MathMy expectations for math were that it was going to be hard to learn and understand. My expectations were right because it was hard to learn and it was hard to understand. One thing I learned in math is how to make a histogram. A thing that I’m proud of from math is that I learned lots of things and got through them even though it was hard to learn and understand. What I’m looking forward to do next year in math is to pay more attention in math class so I can understand better. | ScienceMy expectations for science were that it was going to be fun. I met my expectations because we did a lot of fun and interactive project that taught me more about science than ever. One thing that I learned this year in science class was parts of the repertory system and how they work together. One thing that I am proud of this year is my model heart because it taught me a lot. One thing that I am looking forward to next year is meeting my new teacher. | Social StudiesMy expectations for S.S were that it would be a hard class. I met my expectations because we had to write a lot of complex essays. One thing I learned in S.S was about Africa. One thing am proud of is my good grades in S.S. next year I look forward to is meeting my new teacher. |…...

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