I think there was a pattern on my graph because you can see that my tests were steadily going down on my graph until I cracked my knuckles and stretched my hand. Once I did that the next couple trials were higher and then it decreased again by a lot. My partner's pattern was really similar to mine because Kelly had hers start really high and then decrease a little go up a little and then go down again and then Scout had hers and it started pretty high and then it went down too. The patterns in my graph would indicate that my hand was getting really tired until I stretched it and then it went back up because I cracked my hand and then my hand got sore again and it started to go down again. I think my results were reliable because I would always check with my partners to see if they had the same number or had a number that was close.
My event on the time-line was The Birth of the Constitution. The role that the constitution had was immense, it was what gave the colonists the power to get away from England. The constitution allowed them to make their own government and make their own laws.
Today we did a science experiment where one person had to drop a ruler while the other tried to catch it. The catch on it was you could only use one of the three senses that we are using, like for example you do hearing so you would have to keep your eyes closed and you couldn't touch anything.
In class today we made a video about our biomass poster for our energy debates. I think that we did a good job on it but it was still really hard. It took us almost four days to finish it but in the end I think we came through. The hardest part was when we did the landfill in the bottom of our poster. It took at least two days to finish! Making this poster will really help us win the debate because I think that it explains a lot about our energy.