Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Student Reflection: Yessy on Her Science Fair Project



This is our first video reflection by a student in my classroom this year. Yessy does an outstanding job of modeling for the rest of the students.

You will need to turn your volume way up to hear.

16 comments:

A/!$C3 said...

i love your video it col love your project

jonathanhofer01@yahoo.com said...

I like it.

AJ said...

This video was great, hope you do good on your science fair project.

N@T0$H@ said...

Hey yessy i like the idea of your project and good luck in the science fair

Scott said...

Great Video,good luck in the science fair

jacob said...

You have a great science fair project. That is an award winner.
You'll do great. Keep up the good work. I hope you rank good.

Mikayla said...

Girl u looked sooooooo cute... Your project was pretty cool... I loved it... Keep on doing what you do.

Karla said...

Nice job on your video,you must be really brave to be the first to make one in 7th grade.Wish you good luck in the science fair!!
:-)

Alexis said...

Wow that was a good video I hope you do good on your science fair project.

Ashlie said...

Hey Yessy,

I think that your science fair project idea is a really interesting experiment. Good luck at the Science Fair! :)

Shelby W said...

This video was a good choice for a science fair project. I should have copied you!!! I like it! Hope you get a good grade on it!

justin said...

that video was great good job on it and hope you do good on your sicence fair project

Katy said...

You did really good Yessy! I could tell you knew what you were talking about.Anyone could easily see that you understand your project, and that's really important because if you don't understand your project or don't even have any interest in what your doing,chances are you won't do very good. I know that you'll do good though! Love you!

Mellville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand. said...

Yessy - as a teacher I am always looking for modelling, that is, outstanding examples of work to show to my classroom as a model of how to do things. This fits the bill on so many levels, you've given a perfect explanation of what you did, you've done so very professionally (we'll also be showing this to the teachers at our school as well, its such a great example) and I can definatly use it as a teaching example - even from the other side of the world! New Zealand thanks you!
Mr Webb, Melville Intermediate School, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.

Brookie said...

Very well put. This student explained her science project every well. I hope she did good on it.

Mr Lamshed said...

I really like this idea, and you did a great job of modelling it to other students. I'll show this to my class next week, and see what they think about using the idea in our classroom.