- What do you think is the most important lesson to learn from Number the Stars?
I think the most important lesson I learned from number the stars was if you have to lie to save your life you should.
- What is the most memorable Jewish studies work or project you did this year? Why? (This can be from the entire year)
I think the most memorable project was reading number the stars because we were reading it at a crazy time and it was also a crazy time in the book, it was an amazing book, it was really fun doing this project!
- If you had advice for someone reading Number the Stars next year, what would it be?
My advice would be to look at it from a really Jewish perspective.
I am going to interview my mom
me: what does your day look like when you go to work?
my mom: logging on to my computer and teaching her kid from home.
me: How are you protecting yourself from the virus?
my mom: stay at home order. eating healthy. exercising.
me: How are you feeling about your work?
my mom: great my kids are excited to learn and participate.
We are learning about nonfiction text structures in ELA. Today we focused on Problem & Solution. After reading a problem and solution example, I wrote my own. Here it is:
I lost my homework.
My solutions are to talk to my teacher/email my teacher, work with my teacher during recess, ask a friend to tell me.
I hope I can figure this out soon.
- One thing I am excited for is… teaching the little kids because it is going to be fun and I like working with little kids.
- One thing that has been challenging is… trying to come up with ideas because it is hard to agree on things.
- My favorite part of the Exodus story is… the 10 plagues because it is really interesting to learn about.
- How do you think your work so far has prepared you for this project? I think I worked well such as we I was summarizing with Noah k.
- What has been most helpful to you in this process? Working with Noah k. Because he is helpful.
- How can Gev. Noorlander help you in the future work of this project? to tell us more about summarizing.
- How do you think working with a group will be helpful to you? I think it is helpful because they can sort of guide me.
- What do you feel most comfortable with this project? Why? Materials because me and my group talked about it.
How did your research guide your plan? I looked it up with google serch operators.
What information do you still need to find? what else I need to mummify my chicken.
What new information did you find as you planned? I found out that you stick a hook the a hole near nose.
How do you think this plan will work with your group members? I think it might work.
How can you make sure every person’s voice is heard in the group? We all have a job and take turns talking and trying ideas.
Last week, we had the chance to give each other feedback on our tutorials. Based on the feedback I got, if I were to do this tutorial again this is what I would do differently.
Something I would do differently is I would fix the answer that I got wrong at the end. I got it wrong because I used the wrong number such as the answer should have been 1 7/12. Also, I would explain the math words a little better.
Our problem: is 3/4 + 5/6
How to do it: