|What's going on in Mr. Solarz' Class?||
William Dawes is a famous for riding with Paul Revere on Paul's "Midnight Ride". He impacted the war, because he warned the townspeople to prepare for battle. Mr. Solarz wanted us to do this project to learn more about the war and who did what to change the outcome to what it is today. I think we were supposed to learn, and I did, how our independence was won and how important this war is to American history.
My body flinched and moved backward as the ball came close to my face. This reaction protects your eyes from getting damaged so if the clear sheet wasn't there my eyes were safe. I think the involuntary reaction is the same, because both our motor and sensory nerves were working at a very fast speed. Our senses both helped in the experiments and our muscles were used in both in small movements. I didn't have to think about it I just reacted to the situation that I was in. This reaction I used is the Blink Reflex.
The gelatin in cup 1 changed very strongly over a course of time, because nothing was making it change. It looks really orange with the powder in it. The ability to pass through is still really hard, because it is trying to pass though some strong fibers. The enzymes change the cup 1 gelatin for sure, because the height of the gelatin is lower by the enzymes drying it up and the color changed drastically from the clear, like in cup 2, to a vibrant orange.
In cup number 1 the 'nutrients reached the ' bloodstream' first, because the enzymes helped it pass through the paper easier by breaking the gelatin down. Food must be broken down very much to get to pass through a capillary, because capillaries are so small. Food would be no use to our body if you can't digest it, because the food would never get to our cells and our cells would die in turn killing us.
The afternoon session was for learning more about space objects that are orbiting us as planet Earth and how 21st century ideas can save mankind and all of the creatures of the Earth. Taking this time in our day was worth it, because we got to have some fun and we learned a lot about meteorites and small tid-bits of information that we normally don't learn about. The most interesting thing that I learned was that the nearest meteorite crater is under O'Hare Airport and that surprised me very much, because the airport looks as even as possible from any view. We should spend money on the study of meteorites , because it can lead to a safer planet. The speed warp video shows that when we gave money to the company the results jumped in the amount of meteors that they found. We can learn more about the courses that the meteors take and better protect the Earth.
On January 30th, we spent a whole morning in the Field Museum exhibit: The Evolving Earth. The morning session had the purpose of learning about the creation of our Earth that we live on in a Non-religious form. Only in the scientific way. We also have a future unit that is called Watery Earth that is about how water got to our earth in prehistoric times.We learned all about the weather changes and how they effected the animals, evolution of the animals in those times, and the times when big extinctions happened in time. This time was worth taking a morning off of school, because we had a preview of our future units and we learned about something we might not know about that is very important to us. How it rained for millions of years amazed me, because having that much water vapor in the air to rain that long is beyond anything that we humans have ever recorded.I do believe that there is other planets that can sustain life, because even though there is many criteria for us humans to live with water is a small combo of molecules and ozone is just a collected area of 3 oxygen's. Also from Dennis he told us that life started a single cell organisms , so to sustain only a single cell not an entire DNA stream it should work.
1. No, because the wide straw allowed way more air than the others. It was harder to breathe sitting with the small straw than to do jumping jacks through the wide one.
2. The wide straw caused breathing to be harder than normal, because the gap was smaller than normal.
3. It did affect me, because the air flow was even more limited so I didn't get as much of oxygen.
5. You breathe harder when you are more active because your body needs more oxygen
In passion time I have been reading a book called The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien and have recently started buddy reading a book called Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney. I also have been trying to right lyrics to a song that I came up with. Passion time is time for you to learn about or more about a subject that you are passionate about. I really think passion time is amazing, because it is a time for you to not have a built curriculum and research what you want to learn about.
Up Downs was the activity that increased my heart rate the most, because it was the most strenuous and the hardest work. Jumping was the least hardest, because my body is accustomed to the work that it presents. The order was correct that I put them in, because from previous knowledge I knew what kind of workout each one was. My heart rate was jumping, because each activity was more intense and harder to do which spiked the heart rate. As you work your heart rate goes up, because more air needs to flow in and nutrients need to get to the muscles to keep on going.
Hello reader! This Ryan M. here. I was born Oct. 3 2001! I am 11 years old! I started writing in my preschool years and haven't stopped yet! Try writing a story just like me. BYE!!!!!!!!!!