Adding and Subtracting fractions went well on me but I wasn't quite 100% successful on it because I sometimes use the common denominators instead of the LOWEST common denominator. When I don't double check my work, I tend to make silly mistakes. In class, I pay attention and I'm always on task. Most importantly,if I don't know how to do something, I ask Mr. H. for explanation. The hardest thing in our fraction unit for me is Dividing fractions because I sometimes mistakenly multiply instead of divide or vice versa. I mostly get confuse when it is in a word problem.
1. Did you like the unproject?
- Yes because it was pretty easy because we get to choose our own topic and our own project. It helped me be more creative with it and having to choose your own partner helped too because there's someone else that could help me with it.
2. Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?
- Yes, a little. It is a UNproject and so it is worth a lot of marks so me and my partner had to show that we spend a lot of time on it and that it had to be cool. We started a lonf time ago so yeah, I worked longer than I usually do.
3. What did you like best about the unproject?
- I like putting the images on my quiz on the wiki the best because when we first made our quiz on quizstar it is kind of hard to put pictures and we can't put why the answer is correct and other pictures. Working on our UNproject was awesome.
4. What would you change about the next unproject?
- I wanted to do a powerpoint game and only if I knew before how to be able to embed then I would have been able to do a powerpoint game. I was planning to do a "WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?' game.
5. Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.
- Yes because to actually make a quiz, we have to make up simple but unique ones. Then we had to think how we solve it and lastly how we show that our answer is correct. I learned more actually than doing a scribepost! I also learned how to trick other people by adding challenging questions.