Kevin

"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Design Summative

During the  design of the Heater, at first I thought it was going to be very easy to make the prototype for this, until I have met the problem that, I was trying to make a moveable door on my prototype, however I glued the door side of the cardboard before I cut it. So then I had to make another one, and that made me waste a lot of time. So then I learned to not to do the same mistake again, and I did a small one this time, because there weren’t any more cardboards. I first made the door on my card board, and cut all the other pieces together,  then I glued them all together and that’s how I did my prototype, and I learnt a lot from this process

Below are photo of the prototype:

AM I A HUMANIST ( Kevin Chen )

Button Button

BUTTON BUTTON FOUND POEM

Button Button Found Poem

 

This found poem was created with the words of Richard Matheson. This story is a great representation of some internal conflict and a external conflict. The external conflict was about one day a package arrived at Norma and Arthur’s house, and inside there was a button. And soon after a man call Mr. Steward said:  “If you push the button,” Mr. Steward told him, “somewhere in the world someone you don’t know will die. In return for which you will receive a payment of $50,000.”

So then Norma and Arthur started auguring about whether or not to press the button. That’s the reason why I choose the words ( Package, We need this money, Press it for 50,000…)

 

IF you wants to read the original story click on this link:

https://www.commonlit.org/en/students/student_lessons/9023942?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=pmd_TWlUG8joJWlMxXQB1WACbGgBDOU3SdKNENeW7CIPk_8-1631709720-0-gqNtZGzNAjujcnBszQ59

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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