All Posts By

Venice

Metacognition of Term 1

By | Uncategorized | No Comments

Metacognition means you are aware of things.  This can apply to our grades because we need to be aware (metacognition) of what our grades are.  My reading index score for the beginning of the year was: 1344.  Yes I think that I improved greatly because I can read harder books than I could before.  My best assignment this quarter was in woods class and it was the pop bottle rocket.  I could have done better on my book report in English. I thought I did a good job and I worked hard on it but I guess I didn’t put stuff in the right place.  I think we shouldn’t have to put our papers on certain sides of the bag because that bring your grade really low and this isn’t art its English!

For fall break I am going on a week long hunting trip with my dad.  We are also going to be going to st gorge for a few days to hike and swim.  For thanksgiving i’m going to be bolemic and eat my guts out.  I’m also going to spend lots of time with my extended family.   For Christmas I am going to stay at my house, eat waffles, open presents, and pretend Santa exists.

For term 3 I am going to stay on top of my homework.  I’m going to do this by using a planner and reminders.  I am also going to work on my hunting and shooting skills.  I also want to work more on drums and get even better at them.  I am going to try to practice everyday and work on the right stuff.

All about me

By | Uncategorized | No Comments

My name is Venice Westover.  I have 3 sisters 1 brother and 2 cats.  My grandparents, Guy and Paula Fugal live amlost right next to us and own alpacas.  I live on a farm with 7 alpacas 80 chickens and 1 big white dog.  My favorite food is mac and cheese and lemon chicken.  My favorite book is The Help.

Hello world!

By | Uncategorized | One Comment

Welcome to your brand new blog at ASD Pages Sites.

To get started, simply log in, edit or delete this post and check out all the other options available to you.

For assistance, visit our comprehensive support site, check out our Edublogs User Guide guide or stop by The Edublogs Forums to chat with other edubloggers.

You can also subscribe to our brilliant free publication, The Edublogger, which is jammed with helpful tips, ideas and more.

Skip to toolbar