In my graph there isn't really a pattern for when I was squeezing the clothespin. I didn't get higher every time, or lower. It really just went, simply, up and down. My partner's data did go up during the first four trials, though. His data, for the first four trials were 83, 95, 97, 107. He did have a pattern.
These patterns in my partners table could indicate that he is getting stronger, in the first four trials.
It is harder to catch the ruler when we were practicing touch/feel compared to sight. Sight was probably easier because I could see the ruler and the person when they where going to make the motions. It was probably harder with touch/feel because I couldn't see I only felt, and heard.
If I was doing the sense of smell I could of had Amelia hold the ruler above my head, and drop it close to my face so I could smell the wood. Then when I smell it after she dropped it, I could try and catch the ruler.
For taste I could of had Amelia or Griffin drop some water in my mouth then dropped the ruler. So when I tasted the water in my mouth I would know to try and catch the ruler.
Today in class we made two graph's about the lesson we learned yesterday. We used a website called Create a Graph. If you want to make one, here is the link.- http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx?ID=b2da4fe131c445c2acdd032a3fe3faed. We learned how to make circle graphs, and that the number of people you survey is not a number, its just the claims you make.
The one on the left is a graph is just the ten candies that me and Lily got. That one was not very accurate, because we only had one tenth of the candies out of one hundred candies.
The one on the right is more accurate, because we knew what all the candies were. Also we surveyed all the claims we made.
This is a picture of a Backster in 1773.
In 1773 you had to be an apprentiance before getting hired, because an apprentiancship is a system of training a ne generation of practitioners of a structured competency based set of skills. -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apprenticeship
I think I can be a backster because somtimes I am an easy learner. Also I love to bake and try new things!
My top 12 favorite places be are...
For the past few weeks we having researching and prepping for our energy debates. This video is of the poster we made. I hope you learn a little about geothermal energy. It was hard to find what geothermal
In the video above you propably learned a little about biomass and geothermal energy. Below this there is a survery to see who you thought should of won or if you think geothermal did a good job.
In the video above you propably learned a little about solar and geothermal energy. Below this there is a survery to see who you thought should of won or if you think geothermal did a good job.
Mr. Solarz chose to do energy debates because because, one, it is a 21st century way to learn about multiple energy sources, and two, it is more fun than reading textbooks.
I learned about Geothermal because that was who I was representing.For the first round I was against biomass. That meant that I had to research them to get good arguments.
For the last round I was versing Solar energy, so because of that I had to study them in order to get good arguments.
I think it would have been easier to win the debates if we were a little more focused and got more work done. Also if we were all more leader like we could have acclompished more. We were doing the debates to learn more about energy but also to try and have to persuade the "governer" to use geothermal energy more often. I think they should use geothermal because geothermal is clean, easy, and not very cost affective. Pretty much because geothermal energy has some very good characteristics!
So as you can see I learned about three energy sources and also won the debates with my group! I think that the world should use Geothermal energy because it is easy, and does not pollute a lot.
If I lived in America in 1770 I would want to break free from England because it was expensive, and they were making unreasonable laws. Also the taxes would be hard to pay.
When Governor Thomas Hutchinson said that boats could not leave the Boston Harbor, without paying their "Duty" the colonists got frustrated, and angry. Hutchinson was showing them how much power he had, and was making new rules without the colonists say.