|What's going on in Mr. Solarz' Class?
Well the British had better muskets,the British where better trained for war, there generals had more experience in battling. but George Washington didn't have much experience in war and most of the soldiers were just men with hunting rifles with really bad accuracy and were hard to load and took a long time to reload a musket ball and America had 10 times less troops than the British. So how did the Americans win the battle against half of one the best armies in the world??????
Today we did a tug of war in the gym to represent the revolutionary war. On one side there was the red team ( British ) and on the other side there was the blue team ( America ) and sitting on one side there was the white team ( the other countries that helped the colonies ) ( they were waiting for Mr.Solarz to tell them to come in to help the people on the blue team ). At first I thought that the red team would win because they had more people tugging on the rope than we had. When the tug started the red team was about to beat us then the white team came in and the blue team won. (: (: (: :D --------------*-------------- D: ): ): ): ):
1What has been easy?
2What has been hard?
3What has been fun?
4What has been boring?
5What job do you have? How do you do your job? What advice can you give others about your job?
6What job would you like next? Why?
1•setting it up and arranging the chairs.
2•figuring out the place
3•cheering when we find out the location of the other class. :)
4•having my questions being deleted accidentally by someone else
5•as a closer.I Wrap up the Mystery Skype by thanking the other class and asking some questions that show an interest in their school.
6•signers.Because signers don't have to work that much because all they do is hold up the signs instead of working so much with computer.
1. What was your maximum temperature (use your Data Chart, not the picture)?
2. What was your minimum temperature (use your Data Chart, not the picture)?
3. What is your range? If you had any penalties or gifts, include those in your total.
4. What materials did you use in your insulated bottle (type them in order from your first layer, second layer, and third layer.)?
5. Why did you choose the materials that you did?
6. What are some materials that you didn't choose?
7. Why didn't you choose them?
8. Explain any blips on your graph (if you have them). Why did it do that?
9. Is an insulator a good or a poor conductor of heat energy?
•quilt & foam & towel
•because they would insulate really well
•because they weren't at insulates at all or at least doesn't do the job well.
•In the start both were separate in the first place they were never combined until later.
•Both of them combined ( we could tell that that was happening when the cold water had red food-coloring in it).
•It somehow got out of the cup and started soaking into the cold/clear water ( making it pink ).
•Because it went up and down until it got to the end ( which took a long time very slowly ).
•The line on the bottom went higher and higher and the one on the top went down ( coming towards each other ).
•How the cold water got warmer is they combined from the warm water leaking into the cold water.
•Because the cold water leaked into the warm water.
•My closest prediction would be somewhere 52.5 for each ( just an estimation ).
•Yes. they would help me understand how heat energy is transferred. Because it could help me know when the cold water leak into the hot water that's how that food coloring helped me.
I'm in Boston 1768 and i recived five pence from my boss :D. then the tax collector comes D: and takes two of my pence . I felt so sad because I worked hard for that money. I felt so deep in sadness two of MY pence in the hand of a tax collector ,I feel so sad + unhappy.