My product is going to be the glo-shoo (glow-shoe). It is a shoe that has a light on it so you don’t have to carry a heavy flashlight, instead, you can just put on your gloshoo’s, and walk without the fear of tripping and getting hurt. My tools of persuasion are going to be plain folk (in my case, teenagers) and they are going to be discussing my product over the phone.
This is a video that my dad showed my. I really don’t know how a person could do all of that in a game and hurt that many people without getting suspended for the first thing she did. I don’t think she should be alowed to play if she makes other people have to be aware that they could get inappropriately hurt for no reson at all.
"A harbourmaster is an official responsible for enforcing the regulations of a particular harbour or port, in order to ensure the safety of navigation, the security of the harbour and the correct operation of the port facilities." [this was found in OSUS chapter 2, page 13]
My group is doing a project on castles. We are going to videotape little figures called Playmobil and then add our voices in later. We are just bringing in the figures and also writing the script. We have given each person five occupants of the castle who are most helpful to the castle. Each person will write about and gather information about the character over the weekend. We are on schedule and our next step is to set up the playmobil. We will then finish writing the script. After that we video the playmobil in the castle. Then we will add our voices in describing what is going on in the castle. I have learned that castles were a lot more than a wall with people in it. There were different jobs and more organization than you would think. One of the problems we have encountered is when people in our group have been sick. That was really the only problem we had encountered. Our group has been cooperative and all members have contributed to the project. The websites it mainly used were The Medieval Castle, Castle Architecture, and Castles of Britain. I am still very engaged in this project. I think what we are doing is fun to do, and we are learning so many interesting things. I really think that this project is worth while and that I could go on doing this for a long time.
I made a cell model with theme of sports. I had half a dodge ball be the cell, with the dodge ball fluff be the cytoplasm and the dodge ball skin be the cell membrane. I had a baseball for the nucleus and a golf ball for the centriole. I also had yellow and blue flags for the rough endoplasmic reticulum, the smooth endoplasmic reticulum, the golgi, and ribosomes. Last, I used bouncy balls for the lysosome, and puff balls for the mitochondria. My one challenge was labeling them. I think everything was so close to each other that the labeling was confusing. If I could start over I think I would have found a bigger dodge ball. I also would have spent more time figuring out the labeling part because it was hard to do that. I have learned two things out of two different categories. The first one is what I actually learned science related. What learned science related was all the parts of the cell and how the work. The next thing I learned is a skill I can use out of science. I learned that you need to finish all of the project even the labeling part because you will never know how that will work out. I do actually think that this project was worthwhile I mean I learned a lot about cells and other skills as well. I had a chance to get creative and it was also fun to do. I think that if you put your best effort in you end up more satisfied than the person who doesn’t. That was all I had to say about this project.