CBL Post – Innovation Project – Science 9

Innovation Project Post

During the months that we had to work on our innovation project in science 9, we connect with Yazeed Al Jeddawy and got his opinion on the idea of creating a solar powered portable charger. He told us that it would be very helpful in their electricity crisis. We weren’t able to finish our project. We were planning on creating a solar powered portable charger.

While we were trying to finish this project, the skills that is developed were, I learnt a little bit about the program we used to 3D model our project. I didn’t use this skill at all, and I wish I had learnt more because I only learnt a little bit.

While we were Skype calling Yazeed Al Jeddawy, he told us that the S.P.P.C (solar powered portable charger) would be very helpful. Mr. Robinson also got Sara Badiei in to talk to us about the crisis’ in Yemen, Gaza and Lebanon. Sara Badiei is a part of the World Bank and is helping the people in those places.

I think I could’ve done better. I could’ve helped my group some more because all I did was find a solar panel and a laptop battery on Amazon. When we started this project, I did share some of my ideas of what we could do.

 

 

Edible DNA Model – Science 9

Edible DNA Model  Picture

While doing this lab, we learnt about DNA and how different chemical bases connect to each other. While building this 3D diagram, it helped us understand how it all connects. The licorice are the back bones to all of this and the different coloured marshmellos represent different chemical bases. M. Robinson gave us one side and we had to figure out the other side then put them all in order.

Hunger Games Journal – English 9

Here are all of my journal entries that I have done while reading The Hunger Games.  In them, I answer some comprehension questions and some critical thinking questions

Chapter #2

The Hunger Games – Journal Entry #2

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Shrinky Art – Scale Math Lab

Shrinky Art Math Lab Summary

1- Was the resulting object similar to the original?

Yes, the resulting object was similar to the original. They were the same shape but different sizes. The colour had gotten darker after it went into the oven. The scale factor of this difference is – 1 : 0.62

 

2- Speak to other classmates about their results and the plastic code. Did different plastics produce different results?

Yes, different plastics did produce different results. Someones shape got bigger instead of getting smaller, like mine.

 

3- Looking at the resulting art pieces of your peers, what else could have affected the results?

The size could have effected the results. Maybe even the amount of sharpie you put on it.

 

4- And to conclude, if you tried this again, what might you do differently?

If I were to do this again, i woud make my shape bigger and use a different type of plastic. After it came out of the oven, it was very fragile.

Climate Action Project – Week 1 – Video Project – Science 9

What is Climat Change?

Here is our climat change video project for science 9. Here, we answer the quesition “What is climat change?”.

Created by: Hannah, Kacie, & Keegan

– Sites we used –

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/science/2018/03/22/great-pacific-garbage-patch-grows/446405002/

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=1ad5154375084d9985dd0ee496b3f162

https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/noaa-n/climate/climate_weather.html