Hi pals and Peeps!
In my class, we’re studying about the twentieth century. I chose to do my twentieth century project on Buzz Aldrin. He was one of the second man to step on moon. You might be asking why did I chose Buzz not Neil Armstrong? That’s because Buzz is much more special. All Armstrong did to become famous is step on the moon and anything else? Buzz did courageous and outstanding things to no one can imagine! He is a actor, pilot, scientist, author, astronaut, traveler (Explorer) and a company manager of several places! He shows people that Old is the new look for young! Even though he is old (81 Years old) He still did many expedition and showed people that even though you are old, doesn’t mean you stop doing it, you start doing it! One thing I noticed is he likes to wear sunglasses around place, that shows also that old people can also wear sunglasses in public places. And also, the movie Toy Story chose Buzz Light year’s name from Buzz Aldrin, the real Buzz! And that’s because Buzz’s name is cool! We need to do a lot of things for this project.
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Speaking of Timeline, I’m working on that so far right now 11/29/2011. I see Buzz in many different ways, if he went to space, North pole, Antarctica and under the sea to explore the Titanic, he didn’t die at all and he is still breathing right now, than I can do it!
My Timeline I made by using Microsoft, (it’s not suppose to look squished, it’s just how it looks when I formatted in my post)
Hi Pals! In my class had our own science experiment project about Mixtures and Solutions and Chemical Reaction. And we have to create a reflection for it!
My Science Experiment:
1. What was the question you were trying to answer?
- What will happen if I crack and pour an egg into 45 ml of oil and 30ml with two other substance?
2.What were your result?
- I had the mint syrup the most density so its at the bottom, the second layer was the egg yoke because its the second most density. Than it was the water with the third most density than the oil cause its the lightest. The soda was all over the place, means it has blended with other substance.
3. How were they the same or different from your prediction?
- I did predict correct about the egg yoke sinking under the cup but the blend with the syrup and soda did not create a strong fizz but did fizz inside the layers!
4. What did you learn?
- I learned that oil is very light and if a substance has a mixture and it is most concentrated than it could be the most density. And not all substance are strong enough to be in a layer.
5. Why is it for important for students to do science experiment?
- Than students will learn something different than the same thing from class and have a chance to practice performing and projecting voice in front of an audience.
In this project, I had a chance to create my own science experiment and experience the different density of substance. My project had to do with layering and density. And I preserved my experiment by putting it in the freezer, but it’ll get mixed up!
Sometimes, not all of our survey are always useful. To me, my survey gave me good information but not great. This is a reflection about how my survey helped me on my essay.
1. Did my survey support my thesis (position statement)?
- Not exactly, it did sort of support my thesis but I see it only support a great amount on my third reason, not the whole thesis.
2. Did I have any questions that I couldn’t use at all? Which ones? Why?
- Well, one, it did help me, but not my survey exactly, (Are you a female or male?), because I cannot find a place to put and form a sentence or blend in with other sentence and paragraph. And if I said, ” five female and 4 male answered my survey” but that’s got nothing to do with my essay.
3. How could you use your survey better next time?
- Maybe I could see my Essay topic, thesis and reasons first before I make my survey and not put un-helpful questions on.
4. What are 3 new questions you could write about your essay topic?
- 1. How many times week do you eat greens? 2. Do you have a ‘Habit’ of eating greens? and 3. Which green do you prefer the most(With only three selection) ?
Hi! In my class, we’ve been doing this unit in science called Mixtures and Solutions, and chemical reaction. And now, we, ourselves get to present our own experiment! My Experiment is layers and chemical reaction.
My question is what will happen if I crack and egg and pour it into a cup with 50ml of water and 50ml of oil with two other substance on the top?
Some of my prediction are:
- Maybe the top layers (Soda and Mint Syrup) will create a strong fizz because the mint and soda will blend in together.
- Maybe the greenness of the syrup will spread.
- Maybe it’ll have a special strong smell with the minty scene and soda smell.
I wonder what will happen to the egg, will the egg yoke be balanced? or will even the syrup react or will just have a little reaction or nothing will happen?
We, our class get to chose our own way to present this experiment such as poster, presentation, power point, video clip, media and many more. I might present the experiment right in front of the class maybe.
I fouond this amazing news on Yahoo News about a Solar storms of the sun! In this slide show on Yahoo News, they show multiple pictures of how the sun react and others around. I was surprised about how they got so close to get pictures of the suns storm or is this a virtual image? I was curious about some things so I have a few question…
- How did they get the pictures so close of the sun storm?
- How does the sun react, will it effect our earth?
- Will the sun settle down soon?
- How did the sun form a sun storm?
For more pictures and details, go watch the complete slide show on Yahoo news!
(The pictures are super cool, they are taken from different direction)
Hi pals! I was searching around the crayola website and saw a new product called the crayola crayon maker. Its very cool! I thought I might show you the commercial: Click Crayola Crayon Maker Available at Toys \”R\” Us , they come in two different types of style. You must see this, it’s so cool!