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HTWW Unit Reflection

11 Oct , 2013  

This is my final reflection for the unit. This reflection shows what I’ve learned during this unit and some evidence as well as thoughts. Furthermore, I would like to take more action on this unit (as it’s one of my goals).

Here is my reflection

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Prezi (My Discoveries)

10 Oct , 2013  

This is my first Prezi.  Prezi is a online visual creator that is very creative and visualizes your work in a cooler way. This Prezi shows my discoveries in my life. I’m very proud of the work I did and I am looking forward on my next Prezi presentation!!

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Final Experiment for Experiment Unit

9 Oct , 2013  

On Thursday, we conducted our final experiment for the unit, it is also one part of our summative assessment. It was an improved version of the previous “Parachute Experiment”. In this improved version, we tried to make sure it’s a fair test and with less human errors. Our variable was the style of the parachute, (double parachute, parachute , parachute with a hole and a normal one). Through this experiment our group discovered that the normal parachute was the  best style of parachute. We also had to write our own conclusion. This is because we’d previously learned about writing a successful conclusion.

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Fabric Parachute Experiment

17 Sep , 2013  

This is my fabric parachute experiment. It shows the complete process of a scientific experiment as well as the results of my experiment. The experiment was very successful, we had a fantastic time on experimenting. We found out light materials like paper and plastic bag is the best material for the parachute, the worst material for a parachute is 100% cotton.

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Rubber Band Experiment

6 Sep , 2013  

Bellow is a experiment that we did on Friday to see which rubber band has the most elasticity, it is about our unit of inquiry (experiments). We have to follow a proper scientific method to complete this task.

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