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Some things we had to do to make it: This is a picture of the most challenging part of the filter. We had to crush up the activated carbon because it had to be as fine as possible to clean all the bacteria out of the dirty water. It was not easy to crush … Continue reading Connections Based Learning
Predictions: My prediction is that the potato will produce the most electric voltage. I think the potato will produce the most electric voltage because it has citric acid and citric acid is a conductor. materials: voltmeter, orange, potato, apple, cables, copper/ zinc, nail, cables, knife Procedure: … Continue reading Currents in the kitchen
Here is our video lab for poco-opolis 500
Further questions about electricity: Who invented electricity? … Continue reading electricity
On our project on climate change we answer the following questions: What is climate change , what causes it, and what organizations are there working to help? The goal of this project is to spread awareness so people can correct their ways of how they treat the environment. It’s important that everyone does their part … Continue reading Climate Change
On Tuesday September 18th we had a Skype call with Gombe High School in Uganda. On our Skype call with them we talked about a variety of things. We learned a lot more about their school and daily lives. We learned what they eat, what subjects they do, and what there view on there … Continue reading Connection Based Learning
Map Key: The safety devices are all highlighted in bright colours on my map. The following shows what safety device each colourful square is. yellow: Safety blanket green: eye wash station pink:emergency shut off (gas& electric) red circle: fire extinguisher orange: sharps bin blue: broken glass bucket purple: safety glasses Not all the safety … Continue reading Safety Story and Map