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So, hey guys, my teacher Ms. Tina told us to do a PYPX reflection with questions and so yeah, I'm writing it down here:1st question: How do you feel after PYPX ended?
Now that PYPX is over, I feel less worried, and it has been amazing since PYPX is over, there are no more pressure on me. So we went to our old and basic schedule from the beginning of the year. And I don't need to stress anymore, so basically, I feel way better and less stressed.2nd question: What are you and your team doing now?
Ever since PYPX is over, and we didn't need to do anything, my team stopped and didn't continue. But they are still continuing their action is that to tell other people to continue to eat breakfast and don't waste food. And after that, my group and myself went to see grade 10's exhibition projects, and the one we saw was "How to eat healthy". It explained what was healthy to eat and what wasn't, like broccoli and carrots are really healthy but hot dogs aren&#…

PYPX reflection

PYPX Final Reflection    So, PYPX finally is over, and now we have to do a reflection. And I'm gonna do it. Our central id
ea was "Providing hungry people with more food will be beneficial to society. 
My group had 4 people, and they were "Phuong Anh, Ray, and Clarissa". Based on our action, we were trying to convince people to eat breakfast. Based on our research, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. During the exhibition, we were very successful. We didn't had any problems, except for the fact that Clarissa wasn't here. So things went well.
When we started, we were kind of a good group. Ray thought about the central idea and we all needed to make a line of inquiry. Our mentor was Ms. Megan. When we first met, Ms. Megan said that she was here to help us with questions and more, we also needed to make a meeting with our chef, Mr. Adam and Hanoi Food Rescue. When we met them, we got a lot of information, and we researched and found a lot of things…

French Writing Assessment

Heyyy guys, so today, 7th January 2018, in french class, I had this writing assessment. It was about my family, so I wrote. It was normal since I'm good at french. But the most challenging part is fixing my spelling mistakes. I was successful at my spelling mistakes because I had used the dictionary to write right.

Here's the image of my writing assessment: