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The Wacky & Crazy WASL!
The Wizzy WASL
Today we had the WASL and it was FINE! I thought that I did really well and I think that nobody should be NERVOUS! See, you might think that it is nerve wracking but itís not, it's actually really fun, because you get snacks and it goes by FAST!
Did you know that the WASL stands for Washington Assessment of Student Learning and I know that because Mr. A told Hannah and I. And did you also know that the WASL tells the teachers what you need to work on and then thatís how you get to know things better, well that's what I think.
I think that mostly everyone in this Class thinks that THE WASL is no problem. I think that in the WASL all the problems are all so easy but some of the problems are a little bit HARD!! When you do the WASL you think itís such a big deal but itís not, well I think itís no deal at ALLLLLLLLLLLL!!!
Did you know that you have to use a Number 2 Pencil and you also canít look back at the other pages that you have done! I really wonder what they call it in Africa (if they even have a WASL) maybe they call it the AFSL and I wonder what they call it in France maybe they call it the FASL? Well maybe one day I can go there and see who knows!
Article posted April 27, 2006 at 01:42 PM •
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we took something like this last year.
Comment Posted on June 5, 2006 at 10:16 AM by
Hi , Danielle the WASL was a a wizz Oh and I sent U a email. well back to writing I think you should do a article about where you are now.
Comment Posted on May 12, 2006 at 01:51 PM by
I really like your story!!!
Comment Posted on May 2, 2006 at 03:21 PM by
Hi, here in MO we have the MAP test. The MAP stands for Missouri Assessment Test. At BMS or Bueker Middle Schools 5th graders used to not have to take the MAP test, but now we do. Before we take the test we take a walk around the school. During the test we get two pieces of candy to suck on. The very first day we had a assembly with the principle, Mr. Tobin. On some parts were timed. Some parts easy and some parts were hard. The hardest one for me was the math test.
Comment Posted on May 2, 2006 at 01:54 PM by
To answer your Q Janice Friesen It is not that hard but some of the Q's do stump you!
Comment Posted on May 1, 2006 at 01:59 PM by
Do you think that too much emphasis is put on these tests? I know that teachers here in Texas dread giving them and that most students are afraid of them. Some classes spend a month preparing, just doing practice tests.
Comment Posted on April 29, 2006 at 03:01 PM by
Nice job Danielle, talk to you soon. Great writing this year. Love, Aunt Vicki
Comment Posted on April 29, 2006 at 12:54 PM by
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Hi my name is Danielle and I love to write at roomtwelve.com and I also love basketball, reading, drawing and playing with all my friends. I am a dancing queen. I love dogs too. I also love cats, I love to travel and see my family in CA. I LOVE CHEESE AND IF I COULD I WOULD HAVE A WORLD RULED BY CHEESE!!!!!! BUT IF YOU BELIEVE IN SOMTHING AND YOU THINK YOU CAN FIGHT IT THEN YOU CAN DO IT!
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