Science post-Structures & Forces

How does the natural world affect us?

The natural world can affect us in many ways, wind, temperature and rain can affect how we live, what we eat, what we wear. also, places with frequent natural disasters usually have architecture adapted to survive.   

How do we use scientific thinking to learn about the interaction between the natural world and us?

We can definitely use science to our advantage. For example, we can harness different natural sources with power plants. Another way is to prevent natural disasters from being too damaging by using science to help us engineer better structures.


3 How did you use science?

I used science to determine whether the more cardboard I place, the stronger it becomes. This can have real-world applications. For example, in an earthquake-prone area, according to my experiment, having more materials would lessen the chance of the structure to breaking.


How did you improve as a learner?

Firstly, I can now organise data to make it useful.  Secondly, I now know how to find and troubleshoot problems. thirdly, my time management is now much better.