Topic: How has Eye Level helped you?
Name: Siya Patel
Grade : 3rd
My Mentor: Eye Level
Eye Level has helped in a numerous amount of ways. Here are some of the ways: it has helped me get better grades in school, it teaches me some new things, it helps me improve on things that I don’t do well on, and has taught me how to prioritize.
First, Eye Level has helped me get better grades in school. On my M.A.P test I get high scores. I also get M.A.P. scores much higher than the average. Since starting Eye level, each time I take the M.A.P. test my scores keep on going higher and higher. Eye-level helped me make a good score for the gifted program. Now I am enrolled in the gifted school form next year and I am very happy about it. After the writing work shop the section of the writing grade on my report-card has become higher. Keep on reading to find out what interesting facts Eye Level has taught me.
Second, reading at Eye Level has taught me some cool and interesting facts. Some passages have introduced me to a whole new place or a whole new person, and sometimes even a whole new world. I have so many whole news I could go on forever; anyway, let’s get back to the main point; where was I anyway? Ummm…oh ya!!! Aha! I never knew what: boom!!, crash!!, and kapow!! Were called until I reached the book of onomatopoeia. Keep on reading to find out what else Eye Level has helped me improve.
Next, Eye Level helps me improve on things that I don’t do really well. I was not that good at English, but Eye-level helped me get better at English. Keep on reading to see how Eye-level has taught me how to prioritize my work.
Finally, Eye-level has taught me how to prioritize my work. For example, I do ten pages of math work and five pages of English work every day, so I can complete my homework in time.
To sum up, Eye-level has helped me get better grades in school, it has helped me learn new things, helped improve on things that I am not good at, and has taught me how to prioritize my work. I am very thankful to my Eye-level teachers and my parents.