Science and Engineering Blogpost #4

Reflection   Elastic potential energy is stored when the elastic band is wrapped around the axle. The more times the elastic band is wrapped around the axle the more potential energy there is. The axel is turned when the car is pulled backward. When released, the elastic band unwinds, thus making the axle and the […]

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Science and Engineering Blogpost #3

Day 1 IMG_7076 First prototype: It did not move forward as there was no traction on the wheels. I came to the conclusion that this was as there was no weight pushing down the wheels. When the weights were added, the cart moved more than when there wasn’t weight. Second prototype: From the previous trials, […]

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Science and Engineering Blogpost #2

Schedule Wednesday: Focus on the bottom Begin to cut the wood/cardboard Put the bottom section together Test if possible Friday/Tuesday Continue working on the bottom Test if it works Put the top section together at the end of class (10-15 minutes to do so) Thursday Last minute add ons Add details to the top part […]

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Science and Engineering Blogpost #1

Define and Inquire This engineering task is where we make a product that transfers, converts energy, a device to learn physics, or take a renewable energy source and convert it to electrical energy. Currently, I’m thinking about several different ideas of toys that could convert energy; like a wind-up train, or the toy cars that you […]

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Artificial Joint

In Project Enable we learned about different disorders that people had, and how people address others who have disorders. Not only that but we also learned how innovation, science and technology can be used to help people with different disorders. We learned this so we are able to then create objects that would enable people […]

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Swimming Unit Reflection

In this unit the students, chose a stroke or still in swimming that they wanted to work on or learn. Through out the unit, students would get to chose different skills to work on at a time. In this unit, I wanted to work on my Breast Stroke, diving, and flip turns. In the beginning […]

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Ignite Week 2017-2018

In this Ignite week I created a cake of my design. My successes were the first cake that I completed with the layers, fondant, frosting, and design. My first challenge was when I was practicing the frosting, the bags were constantly breaking so I had to put it in another bag to practice with constantly. […]

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The Giver Ending

Final response: paraphrase the ending of The Giver What’s your interpretation? Do you  like this ending? Why or why not? What alternative ending might you prefer? I like The Giver‘s ending because it leaves mystery and confusion. When it leave mystery and confusion, it makes me think more about the story more and sometimes makes me […]

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The Giver: The Importance of Pain

Pain is something most people don’t want to remember, but most of the time we learn something from it. Pain is an experience that is unpleasant which makes it stand out from our other memories and has us treasure our more happier memories more. People are able to learn from pain since it’s unpleasant then […]

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Boahimaa Chapter 2

Chapter 2 “Blah, blah, blah…”this is all I heard from the teacher. To be honest I used to hear and pay a good amount of attention when we learned different stuff in math, science, or English. Lately I haven’t paid attention at all since I now have no hope of getting an education. Right now […]

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Category: Global Issues