Around Austin

The State Capitol of Texas at Dusk
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In this Edublogs student challenge for Week 3, one of the activities was to tell a visitor to our area about a must-see place or attraction.  Enjoy the following compositions from students in Periods 4, 6, and 7 about the highlights of Austin, Texas!

Gabriel recommends the Alamo Drafthouse for movie night.

Izzy  loves visiting South Austin’s SoCo for shopping and fun.

Hannah describes the enjoyment of a day spent downtown.

Izadora captures the fun of ACL Music Festival.

Ryan B. explains his love of Lake Austin.

George reminds us that no trip to the capital is complete without a trip to the capitol.

Tarun chooses Torchy’s Tacos for food and sports.

Dahlia enjoys dining at Tony C’s for the best in Italian food.

Dylan reviews Tres Amigos, a Westlake favorite for Mexican food.

Alena says Rudy’s serves the best barbecue, but Emma loves the Salt Lick.

Saira has an alternative recommendation for those with vegan tastes.

Olympia shares the best place for a game of laser tag after dinner!

Visitors, where are you from?  Leave us a recommendation about where we should eat, shop, or play if we ever tour your town!

 

1 thought on “Around Austin

  1. Mrs Kriese and Class
    Thank you for the wonderful comment that you left on our class page in New Zealand. We shared it as a class this afternoon and we put it up on our data projector in the classroom and discussed.

    The short answer is that we don’t have exams with our students. We asess our students during the year and maka judgement call on the level that they are working on at the end, we don’t have formalised testing (although there has talk from the government about bringing it in). Other thing to remember is that we started our school year in February, so its been only going for eight weeks but we work until December.

    Thank you for the comments and the positive words on what we’ve been doing this year – we are excited because for our class (but not our teacher) its the first time that they’ve worked online and the first time that our work form our school has been view in different countries.

    Mr Webb and Room One, Auroa Primary School, Auroa, Taranaki, New Zealand. mrwebbauroa.blogspot.com

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