Our project has successfully ended, but there are still lots of points that could be improved.
First of all, we should have considered our materials carefully before manufacturing, since our solar car created at the end does work, but can’t move, which means that we should have chosen a bigger propeller for the car to actually move.
Second, there may be some problems with the amount of time since we didn’t completely finish our solar car considering the factors of the look of it and how good it works.
Finally, if we’re given about one or two more lessons, we’d totally be able to make the car look and work much better at the end of the project.
For this project, I and Neo started off with designing our solar car and we were able to create a product. Although there were some slight technique changes, however, we followed the design and were able to produce a version of ours out of it. Below is our final product, after full manufactured.
Though the car didn’t move, the whole process and the movement of the motor followed our plan.
The main character in Evan Hunter’s short story entitled “On the Sidewalk Bleeding” initially believes that someone will save him, but later understands that nobody wanted to get involved with THE ROYALS including himself. His changing understanding is revealed through the use of Hyperbole when fighting to tore his jacket off, another hyperbole on how he hungered for Laura’s mouth, and a methaphor when he tried to reach for the couple when he made a low animal grunt of pain (specific techniques).