The air flows straight into the wing with lower pressure on the top with higher velocity and higher pressure on the bottom with lower velocity.
Part 2 questions
- The rocket exploded
- The rocket wings exploded when the rocket exploded
- The rockets force went up then explode
- Yes smaller rockets work better than bigger rockets
Day 1 Bottle rocket
Day 2 Bottle rocket
My interview was with Jim Peakman who is a Correctional Officer that works at the Vancouver North Fraser Pre trial centre. Pre trial is a prison where people are held before they go to the city court.
I chose to interview him because I am interested in law enforcement. I think its very important to have rules and laws for everyone to follow because it makes our city safe and everybody in our society is safe as well. If rules are broken then there will be consequences. Correctional officers make sure that people in jail who are waiting for their court date are confined and stay safe. Mr. Peakman is doing a wonderful job keeping our community safe.
It takes a lot of skills and training every day to become a Correctional Officer. It takes 18 months of training to become a Correctional Officer. To be a correctional officer you cannot have a criminal record. With the training, Correctional officers are there to help the prisoners make better choices in the future and keep our society safe. It is a public service job, which means they help keep our city safe.
There are lots of dangers when being a Correctional Officer like prisoner drug use, violence against the officers and fighting between the prisoners. Being a Correctional Officer can be very difficult and dangerous, you must rely on the other officers and you must help them too.
If anyone is interested in being a Correctional Officer or has any further questions, they can email Jim Peakman for further information using this email (JimJrpeakman@Shaw.com)
Here is the attachment for the Justice Institute in New Westminster where you do your schooling to become a Correctional Officer.
Grade 9 Interview Questions
- 1. During the first semester I really enjoyed that I did very well on all of my English project like the Cellist of Sarajevo and the Amazon Book Listing. I also enjoyed working on the electric house project in science because my partner and I got 40/40 for it.
- 2. When I had some trouble with the internet I went to talk to Mr. Shen because he had all the answers I was looking for. I hang in the library because its a quiet place and no one bothers me. If I’m having a hard day I can go find Ms. Rushton.
- 3. I have gotten involved with the school community by joining the hiking club and the mountain biking club. I feel connected in the library.
- 4. I am very proud of my digital footprint assignment and my science 9 app assignment. Both those projects mean a lot to me.
- 5. Two things I hope to accomplish here at Riverside by the end of the year is to get good marks on all my classes and learn how to repair cars and bikes.
1. If one light bulb goes out all the other ones go out as well.
2. If one light bulb is unscrewed the others stay on and still light up.
3. The 3 parallel light bulbs where connected to the battery and the switch’s, then when we turned the switch’s on all the lights lit up.
4. If one of the parallel light bulb was unscrewed the other lights would still light up but the electrons would not be able to flow into the unscrewed light bulb.
5. We did great on recreating the house, adding furniture inside and building the circuits for it.
Information fluency questions
1. We needed to figure out how we were going to build our circuits and how to attach them around our house, also what type of materials we where going to use to build the furniture for our house and what else can we add to it to improve it.
2. We used videos on YouTube and information on google for ideas to build our circuits.
3. We came up with an idea to add the different circuits around the inside of our house and to light up the rooms we attached the wires, the switch and the battery together and then used strong tape to keep it up around the house.
4. We decide to build 5 different types of circuits using the materials in the room and others from home.
5. By the start of Monday our house circuit was completed and was ready to be marked.
Today in science my group and I were trying to light up a pair of light bulb and a switch using the same materials that we used yesterday in our play dough lab using play dough and connecting it to wires to light up small coloured lights. We created a circuit by the wires to the play dough sphere and a pair of batteries the lights lit up. It will take a while to come up with a solution to get the light bulbs and the switch working. It was the best creation we came up with and tested.
Having trouble with picture will come later.
In Ms. Chapell’s English 9 class, I read the novel “The Cellist of Sarajevo” by Steven.