Thursday, September 29, 2011

Heres What I Think...

Emalee, i enjoy how honeset and straight forward you are. It's refreshing to see a student give their 100 percent honest opinion on a specfic assignment or class. Sometimes students will feel the need to say they enjoy the assignement just to stay on the teachers good side. Your completely honest, and i love it. The book you chose to read looked like an emotional rollercoaster. I look forward to hearing your opinions on the struggles the main character faces on a day to day basis. You said there were only two books you saw yourself reading, and I think you should be more open to other possibilities. I think it would surprise you what other books you might enjoy.

Macie, I'm very impressed with the pictures you were able to find to represent the book you read. At first glance at this book I didn't think i would be interested in it. It seemed, for lack of a better word, depressing. Your pictures really intrigued me though. After each picture i wanted to know what was going to happen next. I think this book is very relatable to students in high school. Good job with your picture collage, keep it up! -Simone

Melinda, I think you were able to find a song that represented the book you read very well. While I haven't read the book, I felt like the description really showed the connection very well. You also were able to find a classical song that wasn't too boring or just kept dragging on. I think this is very well developed and thought through. I know you took the appropriate time in class to find the perfect song. Good job! -Simone 

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