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Reflection Society Blog Post.

In Humanities, we did a simulation about Ancient Society. We were in groups, and we worked together on this. What we needed to do to complete the Society was we needed to create laws, create a temple for Architecture, we needed to create our own written language, and Trade with other Societies for our “Top Secret Invention” which my team did not have time to do. I created the laws for our Society, while others did their own part. It took some time, but we managed to complete almost everything.

One Day Project: Life Sized Chess

Today, on 31/01/18, we made a Life-Size-Chess! First, we designed the prototype chess pieces on paper, then we trace it, and cut all the chess pieces while people design the chess board. Then we paint half of the chess pieces black,  finally, we put the chess pieces onto the board. I worked with Jayden, Ryan, Dylan, and Jon on this.

 

Is it better to live close to the river or far from the river?

Is it better to live close to the water or far away from the water? Minh Nguyen 6-2

 

I think it would be best to live near the water, in my opinion. I think that there are more pros, and less cons than living far from the water.

 

If we live near the water, we could carry water around much easier than have to walk so long to your shelter. But if you live near the water, people would also be living near the water. They could fight for the need of water, it could be loud when you’re in shelter.

 

You will also try to hunt for trees, to build transportation, and other stuff. But it would be harder because you have to walk longer to the trees, and you would carry wood to go back.

 

It would be easier for transportation on the river, because you could carry your boat less, and get to your destination more quickly. If you live near the water, it’s much more efficient, to have a water supply, cook food, drink, and wash yourselves etc.

Ancient Civilazation

Above me is the video me, Samuel, and Larry made.

Early Humans, and us

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