Friday, December 17, 2010
I hope that you have a class book that we can read, and pick kid teachers that help us discuss the book. I also hope that you do a lot of the group projects. I don't really care if it is public speaking or narrated, but I thought that they were really fun and taught us some valuable skills.
The most challenging thing in the DLC is the projects where I have to work alone, even though I know that everything will get done on time, it takes a lot longer, and there are things that I am weak at, and makes the project a whole lot longer.
I am most proud of my traveling accomplishments, I love that my family has the money and the spirit to travel, and I think it is a great deal that I always get to go along with them, and the whole family. I also go traveling because of hockey, I have only gone as far as Southern California and once Las Vegas, but my brother, Alex, goes all over the southwest region, and I get to go with him. We are thinking about going up to Canada for a couple tournaments. I have traveled to about ten countries in Europe, Peru, and the big countries in North America.
I think that since I was put in the DLC I have become a lot more mature, and care more about school. Before I was in the DLC I never really tried at school and it just came pretty easily to me, but when I went in the DLC, it gave me more of a challenge that I had to try at. I have also become a lot better at working as a team, or group in school. It's a lot easier to work as a team in sports, but when you're in school, you have to listen to other people, and talk through things.