Presentation on theme: "The Best Way to Learn By: Charles Doyle and Andrew Slater."— Presentation transcript:
The Best Way to Learn By: Charles Doyle and Andrew Slater
Walruses I think that we can learn from animals like a walrus. You can learn how they react to different foods. We can also learn how they react when its mating season and another male waddles up to his\her mate and tries to steal it. We can also watch them fight so we can learn what kind of strategies they use to fight off other males\females.
Military We think some men and women learn best in the military. We think that because you learn how to help injured people. You also learn how to fight in the military. You also learn how to fix machines.
CAVEMEN We LEARNED from cavemen. I know this, because cavemen taught us everything we know to date. If you think about it, we are smart, civilized cavemen that do not live in caves.
Books I think the best way to learn is to read books. I read a lot of books, and they teach me new things that I didn’t know before. We can learn from many books.
Gym You learn healthy habits. You learn healthy habits. You learn about sport. You learn about sport. You learn about exercise. You learn about exercise.
I Learn By Myself I learn when I am alone. I know this, by myself. I learn how to track animals, where they hide, what they eat, and how fast they move. I learn how to avoid because I learned how to build things by myself. I learn how to track animals, where they hide, what they eat, and how fast they move. I learn how to avoid poisoness plants.
Stories From Other Schools Anita from Lawton Elementary School in Seattle, Washington, USA wrote: "I think the best way to learn is by reading books and by using computers. You can also learn by listening to other people. Computers can let you do research. Research is another way to learn. You can write about the new things you learned from your research. When you stick to an idea you can really get a lot down on paper about your topic. I know when I have a lot to say I can get a lot down."
Learning What I want learn about more than anyone else is reptiles. I want to learn a lot about them because the way they live their lives fascinates me. My favorite snakes are the Anaconda and the Albino Reticulated Python. My favorite lizards are Geckos, Iguanas, Anoles, Komodo Dragons, Chameleons, and Bearded Dragons. My favorite Crocodilian is the Caiman. I have other reptiles that I like, but these are my favorites. Zachary Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
How I Learn From The World Around Me When I go walking outside there are many ways I can learn from my environment. If I look at a tree’s leaves, I can see if it is growing well. I can watch an animal in my yard and see what it does. For example if it eats grass and doesn’t seem to be hiding it is probably an omnivore. There are a lot of things I can learn in nature, even if it’s just a yard. Grade 4 Franklin Township School Trevor Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
What My Opinion As A Learner I learn the most in my backyard. I find things interesting and I look them up in the dictionary. I listen to animals and the wind and I learn which way the wind is coming. The best way I think to learn is in school in math class. I learn how to divide and multiply because that way I don’t grow up not focusing and not being able to pay attention to the teacher and other people. Tommy Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
Learning I think I learn a lot at school, with friends, and at my house. I learn English, science, social studies, math, health, Spanish, and how to work computers. But I can learn all that at home too. You can also learn things from friends from other countries or states, like other languages, how to cook different food, or teach other traditions. You can learn many different things many different ways. Emily Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
How I Learn Best I think the best way to learn is to travel. When you travel you learn about different cultures, and maybe a new language. I also think the best way to learn is to go to school every day. When you listen to your teacher they tell you everything you need to know. For example, Math, English, Social Studies, and Science. Either way you learn, but most important, you learn from your parents and practicing what they teach you. Brianna Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
Rainforests If I could learn about one thing it would be how to save the rainforest. I’m particularly interested in how to replant the trees and plants. I know I will have to know which plants to plant where. Additionally I will have to learn which animals live in which parts of the rainforest. I really think the rainforest is interesting. Hugh Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey, USA
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Dinosaurs We learned from dinosaurs. We know this because the fossils we find teach us what the dinosaur looked like. We also learned what the dinosaur ate.
Stories From Romania I think that I learn a lot of things at school, because our teacher explains to us so that we can understand and we learn the subject for our age.
What Would Help You Be a Better Learner? Facts on the computer, going to school, reading books, and looking words up in the dictionary, Look up interesting Derek and Lucas Romania
THE END Presentation by: Andrew and Charles Grade 4 Franklin Township School Quakertown, New Jersey USA