Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Leo's Birthday... and Science

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Today, Monday, March 24, 2014, in science class we did some further research on our water issues and made our outlines.
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After that, Mr. Pro explained to us our rubric for the project. The project consists of being able to not present by writing an essay, or, to present by building a model or a powerpoint presentation.
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All that took up almost half of our class. On our second half Mr. Pro talked to us about a scientist that he likes very much, enough to be an inspiration. We also watched a short clip about a monk that was thrown out of the churches because he read an unsacred book. A book about science. After that, the monk, Bruno, lived a life in horrors, a horrible life. He tried and tried to convince about his theory of an infinite universe, but that never worked
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We then had to fill in a google form about the clip and if you didn’t finish it is homework.    


1 comment:

  1. Nick, good job! I liked how you went straight to the point, giving enough information to summarize the entire class leaving the reader with no doubts about what happened in the class. However, you forgot that we had to make a form of our project explaining the problem, the cause of the problem and science related to the problem, what people are doing to solve the problem, how nature acts to solve the problem and discuss other ways to solve the problem in the future. But overall, you did a great job.

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