Story Blurb: Jack is going to move to Mars with his family. There will be no poor people on Mars because they are going to stay on earth and wait to die. On the way moving, Jack fell down from the aircraft. What will happen to him? Will he survive?
Reflection: The change that we faced is our group have three people and we come up with all three different ideas, so we have to collaborate to make three designs to one that we all agree on. Later, we overcome the problem and made an awesome habitat. I am very proud of my group overcoming so many challenges and we can collaborate all the time and had a fantastic exhibition.
This is the link to my first habitat blog post: http://blogs.isb.bj.edu.cn/23shawnw/2018/11/22/my-house-in-2050-3d-printing/
This is our Print out top view of the group’s design in scale.
Teamwork: I think we did a good job collaborating. We can decide and create the floorplan for our characters. First, our group ended up with 2 finished designs and both were perfect. We overcame this challenge and decided on one. I really had a great time working with my teammates.
An issue we are facing today that will get worse with a growing population is air pollution. When I was researching about the problems of today, I read a few articles about the need for fresh air. For example, in “Air pollution could kill 6.6 million people a year by 2050”, it shows that air pollution can kill 6.6 million people per year by 2050. Also in “Air pollution could kill 6.6 million people a year by 2050”: it saids that if we don’t care about this problem, we can have a bad ending. So I think air will become a big factor in the lives of humans.
One thing I’ve started to do is use bikes to go out instead of using DiDi when is not needed. Also, I’ll make sure to use less cars.