Quote of the Day: "One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world" Malala yousefzai.
Goals: Today we had to set a goal for our expo. My goal is to support others when they are struggling or finding it hard.
This will relate to social awareness because I have to look out for others and be aware.
Strategies to help me succeed my goal is by:
Morning Class: For morning class I have expo prep. We had to get ready for the expo we have were we walk about 10ks on the beach and then we ride about 28ks back. To start the lesson we got our tent partners organized, I am sharing a tent with Mirella. We had to back our pack, but we had to put our big garbage bags in them so they were water proof. My bag I fool, if there was a snake in front of me and if I started to run and fell backwards I would not be able to get up, I would be stuck there like a turtle one it's back. We had to get the rest of our gear witch was our, sleeping bags, tents, pegs, trangies, sleeping mats and our jobs that we have. The first day I am in charge of the hygiene, so I have to carry toilet paper, hand sanitizer and soap to wash the dishes with. For the second day I am the welfare.
Afternoon Class: For afternoon class we continued on with Expo prep. We had to get our tents and take them outside and have a practice with setting them up. Our tent is quite easy to set up the pole that goes through the middle was a little bit tricky but apart from that it worked well. We them used our trangia's. They were really cool to use but a little scary because you had to light it in a hard way, and I nearly got burnt. Once we had tried all the equipment, we came inside and looked at the maps. It looks like a nice track that we walk and rise along not to many hills. But the view is AMAZING.
Evening Class: For evening class we watched a movie called, "He called her Malala", I really enjoyed this movie because, Malala stood up for what she believes in, and will not stop until her dream has come true. She is a really powerful speaker and is so resilient, because she keeps trying and never gives up.