September 28 2012
Today in the morning we were doing inquiry presentations and we did that all the way up to lunch, today was a special day for lunch we had a BBQ. We try to have them often. Then we worked with Mr. Truss on our Google me! Project. Then we just worked on our inquiry time.
September 27 2012
Today in the morning we did inquiry time and learned a math kinda card trick it was really fun! After lunch we had P.E and played football (my favorite sport, big fan of the Seattle Seahawks!) the we just had some more inquiry time. When I go home tonight I am going to look at my slide show I will be presenting tomorrow.
September 26, 2012
This morning we did some inquiry stuff and talked about math and tried to salve a hard math question that ended up being easy. Then after lunch we worked our inquiry projects and more inquiry work.
September 25, 2012
This morning we did the fishbowl stuff and the inquiry stuff. After lunch we did more inquiry time and then that’s all.
SEPTEMBER 24 2012
today we did a bit of stuff in the morning to do with science and then we moved into the learning commons. After lunch we did P.E (football my favorite) and then we just had the rest of the day after that to work on our inquiry project due due on Wednesday.
DAY LOG —-SEPTEMBER 18, 2012
Today we just worked on some humanities things like the war of 1812 questions. And we also did some inquiry time just before lunch. After lunch we worked on inquiry time and out inquiry projects. And that was the day.
September 19 2012
Today we did a debate and all of our inquiry work. I worked on my math mostly all day (I use to hate math but now it’s not that bad thanks to inquiry hub) after that. We just worked on more inquiry time.
WHAT I PLAN TO DO OVER THE WEEKEND
The things I plan to do over the weekend is look at all of my courses and then work on some I might work some more on my inquiry question and math.
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