3 Reasons why I would not want to be stuck on this island:
This past month I have been reading the Lord of the Flies written by William Golding. I have came to the conclusion that being on the island would be a complete disaster and WOULD NOT BE FUN. Here’s why.
1. Everyone Would Smell
Imagine being on an island with multiple teenage boys. Not only are they teenage boys, they also haven’t showered for months. Months of sweating, eating, hunting, and playing the dirt, without showering. Sounds fun to me…Not. My mom won’t even allow me to eat dinner after practice until I shower.
2. It would be a full time babysitting job!
The island not only has a bunch of stinky boys, it is also filled with little kids know as litluns. Could you babysit little kids everyday at the age of 12? I couldn’t. You would have to feed them, watch them, and put them to sleep, all while trying to take care of yourself and survive. If you lose Major props to Ralph for trying to taking care of all the little things while also trying to maintain order, as a kid!
3. There would no girls
Not only would being with a bunch teenage boys suck, there would also be no girls. Can you imagine trying to stay civilized while having no women to control you? I can’t. Not only would the island be less fun, there would also be no chance to repopulate and start civilization on the island. Which means life on the island would be a one way road to death.
Humans need to be able to communicate
Humans need to interact with others
Humans look for happiness
Humans want to express their feelings
Humans like to help others in need
Humans like to communicate in order to share and gain knowledge
Humans need others to support
Humans are violent and mean and even greedy
Humans hurt other populations because humans are racist
Humans are vengeful
Humans are sympathetic and we can share/help
Humans are oblivious when it is not happening to us
Humans can be united by the simplest things like dancing
Humans can find joy
The novel The Giver written by Lois Lowry is the most interesting books I have ever read. This book is set in a society where no bad things exist. However to achieve a peaceful utopian city they are forced to take away many good things in life including colour and smell. You may be wondering where all these memories go, well this is where the Giver comes into place. The society has one man who holds all the memories of the good and bad, almost every memory ever happened to man. The story showed me that the bad in the world can sometimes lead to positive experiences.
Coca-cola is a carbonated drink. Coca-cola combines refreshment with taste. I have always enjoyed Coca-cola. There is nothing better then a nice cold Coca-cola on a hot summer day. Even though Coke isn’t always the healthiest choice, I tend to drink about 3 cans a week. Drinking Coca-cola can cause serious issues for your body in the future. Drinking coke can result in cavities due to the sugar. The sugar can build up and cause plaque. Drinking coke can also lead to weight gain because of the large amount of sugar intake.
5 Shocking Facts About Coke (Coca Cola)
- Why did you choose to reflect on this lab?
- Did you enjoy the lab? Why or why not?
- Did your product turn out the way you had hoped? If yes, what helped? If no, why did it not?
- Did you group work well together during the lab? Why or why not? (i.e. were there any issues that came up/how did you solve them?)
- If you were to do this lab again, what might you do differently? Why?
I chose to reflect on this lasagna Roll ups because they were the best tasting lab in my opinion. The lab was fun, easy, and tasty. I really enjoyed this lab due to the fact that it was a lot simpler then it would seem. Our product turned out very well, It stayed together and was delicious at the end. Somethings that helped was just following the directions and working as a team. Our group worked pretty well together, Morgan was a great leader during the lab and everyone got along. The only issue that came up was who was gonna get 2 lasagna rolls. If i were to do this Lab again i would add some more cheese, just because i like cheese. All around this was a good lab. 🙂
Chili Competition Reflection
Group: Michael, Arther, Melia
I liked the chili project very much. It gave us the opportunity to experiment with different recipes. This project gave the groups the chance to really experience what its actually like to cook. Through the whole week our group worked very smoothly, we kept on task and were able to have fun doing it. Our chili tasted great through the whole journey, we made sure to taste it as we cooked. I believe our chili was really good, and I can see myself making it at home in the future. Im not sure of what the judges thought about the chili but i personally liked it. Our Chili could of been a little more pleasing to the eye though. Our plating skills were the best. Our cheese braid tasted very good, but didn’t look very nice either. The cheese braid was short and thick. All together the chili went very well and i would do it again. This was a very fun assignment!
Morgan, Isaiah, Jaxson, lina, Henry
1 potato= 63 cents
Red pepper= $2.10
Bacon 1 pound= $5
eggs: already bought
Total cost= $7.73
Lunch: Potato pancakes
1 potato: 63 cents
1 egg (6 pack) : $3
cheese: already bought
Total price: $4.63
Dinner: Baked potato
1 potato= 63 cents
sour cream= $2
bacon= already bought
total cost= $5.63
TOTAL PRICE: $17.99
1. Why did you choose to reflect on this lab?
I chose to reflect on this lab because in my opinion this was my favourite lab. The portions were very big, and I will never say no to more food. This dish was also very tasteful and I could see myself eating this at home. I also only had the pictures to this lab…….
2. Did you enjoy the lab? Why or why not?
I loved this lab because it was tasty. It also had large portions. I can also see myself making and eating at home. This dish was also simpler then i thought it was going to be
3. Did your product turn out the way you had hoped? If yes, what helped? If no, why did it not?
Our groups product turned out perfectly. The noodles were perfectly cooked and chicken was tender. One thing our group did very well was cooking everything together. WE made sure to keep the ingredients moving around the pot so the tastes would blend.
4. Did you group work well together during the lab? Why or why not? (i.e. were there any issues that came up/how did you solve them?)
Our group working fairly well during the lab. Sometimes we talk to much which makes us the slowest group. But in the end we get the product we were looking for. Slow and steady wins the race.
5. If you were to do this lab again, what might you do differently? Why?
If I was going to this lab again one thing I would definitely add is more spice. I really enjoy spicy foods so I can see myself adding some more spice just to give it that extra kick. I would also add more soya sauce, i didn’t really taste the soya sauce as much as i wanted to
Recipes including rice or noodles:
Breakfast Fried Rice
This dish has a soft boiled egg on top of fried rice
Mongolian Beef Ramen
This is a Mongolian dish which includes ramen noodles, topped off with beef and veggies.
Southwest Chicken Rice bowl
The southwest chicken bowl is a bowl full of flavours including chicken, and flavourful fried rice
I forgot to get a picture before I ate it…… so I found one online
1 cup of rice—–237 ML
1 3/4 cup of vegetable broth—— 414 ML
salt, pepper, garlic powder on chicken wings
Teriyaki Sauce half cup——- 118 ML
Rice recipe .pages-1bkz9m8
In this section I learned about trigonometry and this included SOH CAH TOA
SOH CAH TOA helped me when it came to finding each side of a right triangle
for example if the triangle gives you the hypotenuse and opposite then u should use the sin this is why it is SOH
And you use cos when u have the Adjacent and hypotenuse
This week I learned the difference between the metric and imperial systems and how to convert them;
- the imperial system is the american system which includes miles, feet, inches, and yards
- The metric system which most of the world uses, includes kilometers, meters, and cm
I also learned how to find the surface area and volume of prisms and cylinders;
Volume of prism= the area of the base of prism x height
Surface area of prism= add the areas of all the surfaces together
area of base= 2(pi)r