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(just a quick one) Monday

Posted by willkay on October 4, 2010


Can’t stop and philosophise, got to keep moving. I’ve only just got home from school and it is just after five. Worse, I’m supposed to be at a friend’s house by 5. Which means I’m late. So, bullet points:

  • fifth grade assembly on Creativity, in the rain.
  • it wasn’t really rain, it was more mizzle rather than drizzle. Yes, I’m English, we have 42 different words for rain.
  • Geography exam.
  • new writing assignment: My Favourite Book.
  • new maths topic: Exponents.
  • Professor Rene was away, I taught fifth grade maths.
  • new topic in geography: Geography.
  • for some reason I ended up talking in an Australian accent when describing the people of Alaska.
  • letter home about a trip to a museum in Los Angles.

Right, must dash.

Homework:

  • Maths: Reteaching 3-1
  • Writing Assignment: My Favourite Book (due Friday )
  • Reading: you should be reading for 20 mins every night. (That’s 20 mins homework. Not including any time you have read in the classroom.)

One Response to “(just a quick one) Monday”

  1. Polette^ said

    OK its easy i’ve done it already

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