Learning while Living

In my first few weeks in AP English 3, I learned something very abstract. The phrase “Learn while Living” says that as we go through our daily lives, there is always something new to learn. Relating back to my summer vacation to Canada I never thought that I would even learn. As my younger cousin used to say, “school’s out, brains out.” Of course I know my cousin’s saying is just false. In Canada, I learned how to work as a team. For example, in Lake Louise, my cousins and I worked as a team to get our kayak out of the shore. Learning while we are living teaches us to make notes of the many things around us.


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