The hardest part of the project was the video because I had so much research to say and sometimes I stuttered and got lost and had to trace back where I was and it ended up taking 20 minutes.
The easiest thing was thinking of a topic because I had in stored in my mind.
I learned about his records and stats that I never knew before. I learned what sports he played and that he had siblings and all around, I learned his whole lifetime.
How Have Panda's Populations Changed and What has Affected Those Changes and can I Make a Graph Showing Those Changes Over Time? By: Anna K.
Can I learn how footballs used to be made, how they're made today and explain these processes to others? By: Charles S.
What do I know? What do I want to know? How will I learn this?
I know that spanish I want to know how to I will go on to a website
and Italian are similar say 5 to 10 sentences like duolingo
with curtain words and learn how to count to 50.
What did I learn? What will I take action in?
I learned that a few things are simular to spanish. I will take the action of teaching One of the things I
others Italian. wonder is: Is most of
the words in Italian
alot like in spanish?
One of the thing that was most fun was at the end being able to make a video about Italian and saying things in Italian. One thing that was difficult is trying to say and remember hard words and phrases. The advice I would give to others is to write everything down on a piece of paper and keep on saying it and practicing it.