Living near a river is often mistaken as a good thing, but there are plenty of reasons why living next to a river may cause some serious problems. Animals First off, there are instincts, particularly mosquitos, these pests often pass down malaria, a kind of disease that can be fatal sometimes, other insects and pests such as poisonous spiders, snakes and larger mammals such as the water buffalo live close to the river, they often will disturb you at night and hunt you as prey. Animals such as lions and predators will drink from the river waters. Flooding Sometimes, floods occur when there is too much raining or there has been a tsunami and everything floods including you, your home, your family and your family dog or cat. It will have a devastating impact on your economy and you can’t support your family again because you are now poor. It also may kill you.
During this activity, I personally designed the temple and thought of several laws and punishments for the group. As a group, we had separate jobs, I designed the temple, sometimes I would help Minh think of some laws. Our biggest achievements were our laws and language, we successfully gathered all our materials for our secret invention but didn’t get to build it. Our biggest flaw was our speed, we were too slow, and our temple nearly finished before the other group finished. If I did this again, I would get different top secret inventions, instead of the same one.
Our project is making a piece of equipment that we are going to use when we are stuck
on deserted island with only dirty water. We decided on a project that includes a
bamboo and a sports dink bottle. In the bamboo, I (myself) drilled 9 holes at the
bottom and covered a piece of cloth. Then, I filled the bamboo with cotton, stones and sand
(from bottom to top). Then, me and the team duct tape with what the made: a sports drink
bottle 1/5 filled with stone, at the bottom of it, was a piece cloth held by a rubber band.
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