Daily Archives: March 18, 2015

Andrew’s T2 Reading Reflection

I have read 10 books this trimester, that puts me really close to completing the 30 book challenge. The only book that challenged me this trimester was The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime because they it was written in the U.K. so the language is a little bit different. My favorite book … Continue reading Andrew’s T2 Reading Reflection

Bobby’s Reading Goal

My goal in the second trimester for reading was to read 11-13 books. I ended up meeting  my requirement at 11 books. Something that challenged me a bit was an amount of time to read, while balancing other activities. My favorite book this past trimester was The Cay, a book about the island of Curacao. … Continue reading Bobby’s Reading Goal

Johanna’s Reading Reflection

This trimester I read 10 books but did not complete my goal. I read a couple of books that   challenged me because they were nonfiction, this was because I was not used to the change in   the way it was written.The best book that I read this trimester was So b. It. This was my favorite   book because it made me feel like I was actually there with the character, and when there was a   troublesome time for the main character I felt troubled too.  My favorite author this trimester is Sarah Weeks because of her description and collaboration.   She also made it very easy to follow along with what was happening. I made some progress at   my goal but alas, I did not complete it. I m sure I can accomplish it by the third trimester though,   because I came very close. My goals for trimester 3 are to finish my goals for trimester one. I   also have to read more traditional literature, and I will keep trying my best. 

Colin’s Trimester 2 Reading Reflection

This trimester I read 11 books. The most challenging book I read was Unbroken, because it was a long book, and  had lots and lots to take in. However, it was my favorite book too. It had no dull moments at all, and the real pictures and vivid descriptions sometimes mad think I was right … Continue reading Colin’s Trimester 2 Reading Reflection