this March I went to the Philippines in Daet with my family.
The whole trip here was 31 hours we had to take two planes, the first plane was 11 hours and the second plane was 4 hours, then we had to take a bus ride to Daet that took 8 hours but it was all worth it because there beaches are so nice and my cousins are really fun.
We had fun going to Bagasbus beach and had fun surfing, I found a lot of coral walking on the beach. We also went to a resort called the pineapple resort it was a lot of fun going down the slides and racing my dad down the slides.
When I first got a wave I didn’t stand up but the second time I went I stood up and got the wave and after that I could stand up on the surf board every time.
That’s all I have to say about my trip to the Philippines in this post, I hope you liked it, have a great day.
I’m going to be writing about this picture from Harris Burdick
They stayed on the track, looking for a forgotten castle, moving day and night. The little boy looked over and saw the castle and said “over there”.
They all looked past the foggy air and saw the castle, which was old and darkly colored, but they still knew there would be something valuable in there.
So they picked up the pace because they knew more people would be looking for it, then they saw something moving slowly in the distance but is was to foggy and dark to see what it was.
Hopefully you enjoyed this post.
Have you seen anyone that’s homeless? If you have were did you see them?
Because I have seen them in Vancouver and Courtenay and even Comox.
Here are some facts about the homeless in Comox Valley, that 55% are out and not under a roof or a tent, 45% are in tents and shelters, 57% are female and 42% are male, 66% are from the Comox Valley and 31% are from other parts of Vancouver Island, 42% have a Indigenous background.
Now onto the poem,
A Life On The Street
A homeless man is sitting on the sidewalk,
Hoping he will get better luck today,
And a little girl walks past him saying “hello”
And he smiled and said “hello” back,
Someone came by and gave him money
And he said “thank you” while smiling,
And the same little girl
Gave him a sandwich and he said ” thank you”,
The little girl went back to her mother
And said to her “see mom they are normal people like us”,
And he said while they kept on walking
“Its kind people like that,
that makes me get up in the morning”.
Hopefully you like this poem, if you learned more about the homelessness on Vancouver Island tell me what facts you learned about.
Have a great day.
In this post I’m going to be talking about successful learner traits, I’m going to be talking about my dad’s successful learner traits as a electrician at Apple Electric, if your lights are broken or you need someone to help set up power for your new house, Apple Electric will come over and fix your problems, so you can see and have power.
I can start describing him as a risk taker because he might get electrocuted on a job, but he will still do it. Sometimes he will fail but he will try till he gets it right.
He is collaborative because he can work with anyone and brainstorm ideas with them. He will listen to anyone’s ideas and try to fit them in.
He is strategic because he plans ahead and he is sometimes organized. He listens to the customer so he knows what to do.
He is also confident in what he does, he never puts him self down. He is positive of what he has accompliced with him self or with others. He can encourage others, he can help people learn new things that they don’t know how to do.
I think I would want to be a electrician too, because I can learn a lot from my dad. He sometimes teaches me a few things about being a electrician. That’s all I have to say about successful learner traits, hopefully you learned more about successful learner traits.
Have a great day.
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