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Today in class using our knowledge from our we the people lessons to colonize on mars.
I am really excited because I think that it will be fun to colonize, have jobs, and create a new government. I think it will be hard though because when we get there we will be in a state of nature.
Li Na Suen Mars Persona Voki
State of Nature Voice Thread
While I was making this voice thread, I learned how to do a lot of things. I learned how to use voice thread, and use many other things on voice thread. I like in this class how we always get to publish our things in many ways that tons of other people can see my work!
I also learned how to change the way I talk when I am reading or presenting something. You can make it higher when you are angry or yelling, or make it low when you are sad or depressed.
Passion Time... Round 2
During this round of passion time me and a friend (Katie: Blog 13) learned about Dog sledding. It was hard because there are not a lot of very popular sled dog races. If there are it is very hard to find more information on them. While we were researching we found one race that was popular. The Iditarod race. Come look at our website. Click on the picture below.
Book Review: Justin Case
Science Fair Video
Watery Earth- Lesson 6
Differences Between US map and AH Map by d25Taylor1174 on GoAnimate
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I think this lesson helped me because I learned how to change my voice to make things sound more accurate, and make it sound like know the story very well. For example, when I saw an exclamation point ahead I knew that I would have to sound louder, or be enthusiastic. I also learned, while I was making my podcast, how to make sure your voice doesn't echo when you are listening to the recording. It was very fun also to write the stories and learn about my characters.
I think that in school, a podcast is more valuable than printing out a story, because it shows more how the character is feeling.
What is Arbor Day?
1. Who invented Arbor Day?
Julies Sterling Morton invented Arbor day.
2. Who was Julies Sterling Morton?
Julies Sterling Morton lived in Nebraska. He worked for the Nebraska Newspaper. In 1897 Morton started a magazine called The Conservative, which he wrote in every week.
3. What do you do on Arbor Day?
On Arbor Day you don't presents, or buy a big tree, but you do plant one. Arbor day is for honoring trees. A lot of our living trees have red paint on them waiting to be cut down, for paper, table, or furniture, and houses.
4. Why trees?
Trees are the thing that give us most of our oxygen.
5. When is Arbor Day?
Arbor day was originally the fourth of January. Then it was changed to the tenth of April
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.