Last week, our teacher told us to book buzz about our new book club book. Our project was to make a video about our book buzz. I hope you enjoy
A few weeks ago, are teacher let us pick explorers or conquistedors and we had to make a project from this website called Narrable. We had two weeks to complete this project, and this was a big project that could really affect our grade. In the end everyone got theirs done so go check those out.
The reason that writers write persuasive essays is because they use it to persuade you on to their side. They also are trying to get you so they can win with their opinion, but you choose witch opinion you like best. It’s not always about their opinion, but you also need to listen to their facts to see if they make a good point or if they make a bad point.
A Note from the Author
Note from the author
Last week our teacher Ms. Murray asked us to revise our first published piece our small moment. We started this piece in the fall before we learned about context clues, AAAWWUBBIS, fan boys, sentence givens, and dialog punctuation. I thought that my story was perfect at first, but after revising the story it really wasn’t that perfect. What did different was that I was try the most to try to make compound sentences, and after finishing the revised piece I had a lot of non complete compound sentences.
I have chosen to do my biography on retired baseball player and Lovett Dad, Paul Fletcher. Paul Fletcher is the father of my good friend Bradon. I am going to tell you some information about his career as a baseball player. I will also be telling you about his feelings about his career and what is in his future.
Paul Fletcher played baseball in high school at Milton High School in Georgia. He played his college baseball at the University of Tennessee. At the University of Tennessee he holds the records for most innings pitched, most strikeouts and most wins by a pitcher in 1991. Paul Fletcher was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1992. In 1999 he was also a manager for a minor league team.
I asked Mr. Fletcher, “What was your favorite part of your time in baseball?” He said “I liked traveling to all the places like LSU, Miami and Long Beach when I was in college”. In professional baseball he liked, “Meeting all of the other players”. He liked that they came from all over inside and outside of the country.
Mr. Fletcher now runs his own baseball facility, I asked him to tell me about it. “It is a large 25,000 square foot facility with batting cages and pitching mounds.” He said there are also weights to train all kinds of players. Mr. Fletcher loves coaching because he can, “Help everyone to grow as baseball players.”
I really enjoyed learning about Paul Fletcher. It is great getting to know more about baseball.