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Thursday, September 23, 2010
Reported by Joseph

Today was my turn to be the class Roving Reporter. So here is my report for today. First we went to P.E. We ran four laps. That equaled a mile! Well actually we jogged most of it. My friend Alex S. finished before me. His time was so close to mine. I think it was because he speeded up at the end.

After that it was time to go back to class. We did our morning business. First we took out our homework and wrote down today’s homework, and then we corrected our spelling crossword puzzles and Science Studies Weekly. I got two wrong.

Next we read a book about Michelle Kwan. It was an autobiography. She was a senior figure skater at age 12! That’s cool.

When we finished it was time for Social Studies. We learned Hernando Cortes took over Teno cottic land [Tenochtitlan]. Cortes blocked the gates so no one gets in or out. They died.

Then it was time for recess. Everyone was playing different things. I mostly just talked with my friends. Everyone likes recess.

After recess we went to math. I go to Mrs. Martinez’s class for math. She’s good at teaching us how to do our math problems.

When math is done, it’s time for lunch.  Today I didn’t bring a lunch because I like chicken burgers. Then we all played and talked like at recess.

Once that was done, we went back to class and read silently. Mr. Coley pulled some people back for the ColeyCast.

Finally my favorite part of the day was when Mr. Coley read Among the Imposters out loud to the class. My brother has already read it before, so sometimes we talk about it but I don’t want him to tell me what happens. I always tell him “stop, don’t say it”.  Then when Mr. Coley finished reading, the bell rang and it was time to go home.


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