Today we did an experiment. People with dots had power like siting on chairs or making people do stuff for like get as a pencil or tell them to do a joke. The people who did not have the dots could not sit on chairs or use a chrome book or have any power. But if someone who had a dot asked you for something you would have to do it. But then we swaped and it did not fell right because my friends did not have the dot.
When I was powerful I felt like I was kind of normal but people could only stay at middle court and the other kids could go all around the school. I thought that the others were not very happy and some people didn't listen to the people who were powerful .
When I was not powerful I would just go with the flow.
Today some people had dots on their hands. If they had a dot they get to use chrome books and sit on ottomans and chairs. The people with no dots weren't allowed to use chrome books, not allowed to sit on ottomans or chairs. They had to sit or kneel on the ground. At the start I didn't have a dot but Mitchell gave me the dot power. That means I can do what the dot people can do even though I didn't have a dot. I let him borrow some of my pens. I think it was fair because everyone got a turn, but at the start some people were trying to get a turn with a dot. It was hard not having a dot. I had to sit on the floor. I felt good at the start but after a while I didn't feel so good until Mitchell gave me the dot. By Lachlan