Students shouldn’t be allowed to say Bogee in class. Here are 3 reasons why:
1. Bogee is a disturbance. For Example- Someone says, “Bogee?” Then someone else laughs, and the end result is people can’t concentrate.
2. Bogee has no meaning. It can be used to say “You’re stupid”, or saying “You’re Ugly”, or plain out saying, “Stay away from me!”
3. Bogee is just annoying. Bogee is not fun if it’s said a lot.
Someone might argue that: Bogee is an awesome word that should be able to be said.
I say Bogee is anoying, meaning less, wierd, and a disruption.
Students in our class shouldn’t be allowed to say Bagee. There are three reasons why kids shouldn’t be allowed to say Bagee in class. First, it is a disruption. Second, it takes away from people’s learning. Third, people say it too much and it’s annoying.
Someone might argue that it is funny or cool. I would tell them that it is a
disruption. Finally, students shouldn’t be allowed to say Bagee in class
because it’s a disruption, it takes away from people’s learning, people say it
too much, and it’s annoying.
Students shouldn’t be able to say Bogge in class. There are three reasons why kids shouldn’t say Bogge in class. First, it is really annoying because people are saying it
nonstop. Second, it distracts people from learning. When people blurt Bogge out, they make other people not able to concentrate. Third, when people say Bogge, it can get them into trouble. When a teacher is teaching a lesson and the person says it, they could get sent outside. I think a person that likes the word Bogge would say that they want to keep the word because they think that it is funny to them. Then I would tell them that it was kind of funny at first, but now it is really annoying, and it a can get people in trouble if the teacher or someone else is talking. Finally, students should not be able to say the word Bogge because it’s annoying, it’s disruptive and it can get you into trouble.
Nutrition came to a close earlier this month and we had to say goodbye to our teacher, Mrs. MaCrae. We celebrated with the Apple Cup competition. Kids were divided into teams based on My Plate. Then, Mrs. MaCrae pulled out a super fancy game show like buzzer system. That’s the best I can explain it. Kids buzzed in for answers to questions related to what we’ve learned in Nutrition class. For instance, the kids were asked, “What is the daily recommended amount of fruit a person should eat?” Teams got points for their correct answers. It was very close, but one team came out on top. Our protein group won this year and got a chance to take a picture with the Apple Cup Trophy.
What was your favorite activity with Mrs. MacRae?
Recently we just finished a unit on landforms.
Types of Landforms on Land — powered by ehow
Our class learned how scientist use models to study different ideas. We studied how a map and model differ, how the Grand Canyon was formed and the topography of Mt. Shasta. It gave us time to think about the process of erosion and deposition. The investigation made us think about things like map elements such as scale and contour intervals for elevation. Wow, I think we found lots of ways to study landforms using models. Below is a video of some of our investigations. Check it out.
I’d love to get some feedback from the activities we did for landforms. What did you like? What could be improved? What are some ways you can think of using models for science?