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I have progressed greatly over the past two years that I have spent at Rolstor Middle School My English teachers have been caring compassionate people that have taught me about expressing my feelings in my work I believe I have done that in my English pieces Also in my portfolio are selected Algebra Social Studies and Science pieces that are my best work from those classes Not only did I score highly on all of my work I also feel that I put in extra effort to make these works even better On all of my pieces I feel that I put in hard work and dedication and was rewarded for it For my Social Studies report on Nathaniel Gorham a Constitutional Convention delegate I spent many hours researching him in the library and on the web After gathering information on him I combined all I had learned about him and wrote my essay which I carefully edited to make sure what I wanted to be said was said My two science pieces were based more on the imaginative part of the brain We had to write two essays one as journal type first person description of a landing on another planet in our solar system My Landing Log was on the planet Pluto I also have a sort of a blueprint for an alien that inhabited Pluto Obviously this included a great amount of imagination By taking certain facts that we know on Pluto escpecialy on terrain and such things that would guide the evolutionary process and combining with my imagination I came up with a unique and interesting alien My Algebra works are Challenges given out every week sort of as an extension of our learning They are always harder than anything we do in class and teach problem solving skills by forcing us to discover the answer by our selves which at first might not look to good because
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