We were reading a book in Spanish called, “Pobre Ana”. In the book she goes to Nayarit, state in Mexico, thus we started a project over Mexico’s physical and political geography. The project was over research on the population of states in Mexico, where they were located, other essential information that we should know about Mexico and for future use in our Spanish classes. Then we went and did a slideshow over 10 places to visit in Mexico, two from Nayarit. Surprisingly I obtained vital info that Mexico was a country, not a state. before the research I thought of Mexico as a poor country with not a lot of things to do there. As I realized after my rigorous research, it has many interesting places to go. For example, Rancho Manuel is a tour of the beaches and jungles of Sayulita, on a horse! Our next destination I recommend is the Arch of Cabo San Lucas, a great location for food, beaches, the distinctive rock formation, and Instagram pictures. Overall I enjoyed this project and learned a lot about Mexico and what fun you can have there.
During Wooly Week I we matched Spanish words to the picture we believed to be correct for our story as a group, while Sra. Huggins guided us through it. Next, we filled out increasingly difficult paragraphs about the plot in we made with our teacher. We listened to the song,” Una Cancion Original” by Senior Wooly and went over the nuggets for it. Finally, we took a writing test on the song’s plot to see how many words we could get in a limited amount of time. Then, we did a relay race to see which sentence fit the best with the characters in the book,” Brandon Brown Quiere Un Perro”. Finally, spring break arrived and Sra. gave everyone in class a Billy la Bufanda to take on our trip.
My favorite part about Wooly Week, I loved the relay race. It was a 2 v 2 v 2, a battle of the wits, and we we’re at each other’s throats. While Robert’s and Reese’s group were pushing and arguing, Karson and I simply ran up t the board and got some grain. My favorite part was when we were stumped on a question no other class had had problems with and I was ready for Sra. Huggins to call us stupid. In the end, Karson and I won some Jolly Ranchers and all was good.
We listened to the song,” Billy La Bufanda” and I had mixed feelings. First the song talks about where Billy goes, but he can’t do things because he is but a simple scarf. I really liked the tune of the song, but I was really turned off by the creepiness Billy has towards the, obviously, underaged boots. Either way I took Billy with me during my spring break trip and went through some adventures together, such as Si Flags and the city of Dallas.
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The best gift I gave to someone was a whole day with my dad. When my dad heard that I would hang out with him for an entire day he kissed me right on the cheek. I felt really ecstatic that I could hangout with him. Not only did I feel good about it I also felt like a gift for me to spend an entire day with him.No distracions just me and my dad having fun.This gift made my dad’s day and also mine too.
“Do you want to see a magic trick?”questioned Eric.
“Yes, unless you do it!” declared Brighton.
“I’ll make us disappear!” proclaimed Eric.
“Wait, think about what you’re doing?” protested Brighton and poof they disappeared.
“I think I messed up.” sighed Eric.
“Of course you didn’t.” thought Pudgy Pooch Sarcastically.
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Everything is still great as usual from the beginning to the end though a some of my interest have changed like my new favorite color is now Red. I have new friends and some that are going to move next year. This is a year to remember.