- The science community has offered you to try to make a new periodic table of our own. The task at hand is about solution fluency and collaboration fluency.
- We have been requested to make a new periodic table and customize it to our own.
- We need to make the new periodic table more ‘hip’ so the youths of this country will be more interested and be more involved.
FINAL STATEMENT: The science community has offered us to try and establish a periodic table of our own. Are we capable of constructing a new and improved periodic table? The task at hand is about the progression of solution and collaboration fluency that was discussed in class with Mr. Robinson.
- How are we going to separate the elements, for example by atomic number? number of protons etc.
- How can we use various colours and shapes to isolate and order the elements?
- Which shape will be most efficient for all the information to fit into?
- Do we have to include every element of the original periodic table?
- Should we make the new periodic table 3D, digital, or on paper form?
- Should we group and organize the elements by the family groups?
- Does anyone know any apps that can help us do this assignment?
- What are each of our talents and how can we use it to improve our periodic table?
- Should we consider ordering the elements by their physical or chemical properties?
FINAL STATEMENT: (the questions above)
- We need to add and keep all of the atomic #, atomic mass, ion charges, symbol, and the name. We could arrange it differently by ordering the elements by number protons or electrons for example one row being all elements with seventy protons or under. We could use a sphere because it gives us more freedom in how we can arrange the information.
FINAL STATEMENT: We can utilize spheres to give us more freedom on how we arrange the information. We desire to keep the atomic number, atomic mass, ion charges, the symbol, and the name on the sphere. The categories can be spread between the families or the periods. Our periodic table will be the same as the original, it will just be in sphere form.
FINAL STATEMENT: We desire to assemble a solar system with planets that obtain the elements inside of them. The planets can open up into quarters and it will have layers that have the information of each element. The different planets will be the categories of the element families (alkali metals, halogens, noble gases, etc.). Hydrogen will be the moon (apart from the other planets). We will base the size of each planet by the number of elements there are in each category. We will try to have names for each planet for more creativity and for labels. We will use the sun for transition metals because it has the greatest number of elements in it and dwarf planet for Metalloids because it has the least number of elements. We think that grouping the elements by its families was the best choice for our plan because we wanted a decent number of planets to make a solar system.
FINAL STATEMENT: Our periodic table is a model of the solar system. Firstly, the sun is a star for the transition metals. We chose the sun because it has the greatest number of elements in it. Next, we have the twin planets who are planets representing the Lanthanides and Actinides. They had the same number of elements, so we made it into twin planets. For the next one, we have the metals. Then, the noble gases. We also have a dwarf planet for the Metalloids. The Metalloids are in a dwarf planet because it has the least number of elements in it. The next three planets are Halogens, Alkali Metals, and Alkaline Earth Metals. Our final one is the moon, which represents Hydrogen. We decided to isolate Hydrogen by itself because it is the first element on the table. Each planet (category) will be opened in half so that everything inside can be seen. There are pictures of the elements applicable for the category. Each element has the information of the atomic number, the mass, ion charges, the symbol, and the name. We didn’t add any names because with the names, we felt that it could’ve been confusing to find the group of elements that you were looking for. We decided to keep the labels as the family group the elements were in.
FINAL STATEMENT: We revised back on the process it took us to come up with a plan, and we were proud at how we really worked as a group and made the most of each of our capabilities and valuable skills. We felt that our periodic table was unique. All three of us combined our ideas together and came up with an exclusive plan for our final result. As a group, we could’ve improved on starting the design process sooner. For us, the design process took the most amount of time and because we had a due date, we tried our hardest to make the planets at the end look nice but have the necessary information. A road bump we had along the way was that we had to regain the memory and think back on how to use google sketch up. It’s been a couple years, so we forgot how to use it, but we searched some instructions and remembered how to use it. We chose google sketch up because most of us learned how to use it before and we just had to think back on how to add pictures and create spheres. At the end, we decided on the planet because when we combined all of our ideas together, that was the obvious choice on the best outcome.
Name of your host: Jennifer Relationship to you: Mother
The Interview: (ask your host these questions)
1. What is your job title? Medical Transcriptionist
2. What is your job description? Transcribing reports from different hospitals
3. What are the duties and/or tasks you perform at your job? Listening what the doctor says and typing it
4. What qualifications do you have for this job in the following areas:
a) training? One year of a program and practicum
b) education? The one year program
c) experience? the practicum
d) skills and attributes (personal qualities)? Grammar/spelling skills, medical knowledge and accuracy
5. What are some of the things you like about the job? Working from home, flexibility, working alone.
6. What are some of the things you dislike about this job? Listening to the medical problems people have is overwhelming.
7. How do you anticipate this job changing in the next 5 years or so? It will be busier the older people will get.
Other question (s): How long would you like to keep this job: As long as possible, the rest of their career
(My host’s work is at their computer, so they just took a screenshot)
1. Give three reasons why you would like this job (be specific):
a) Working at home (I could do house work)
b) The flexibility (I could take breaks)
c) The job security (It won’t be replaced by robots)
2. Give three reasons why you would not like this job (be specific):
a) Listening to peoples medical problems
b) I’d get distracted working from home
c) Working alone (I like talking to other people)
3. Is this job for you? Why or why not? This job isn’t for me because I know I would definitely get distracted, and listening to people’s medical issues would be very unsettling. Even though working at home would be nice, not talking to anyone for most of the day is going to drive me crazy.
4. Explain the value of the TOKTW experience in relation to your ideas about your post secondary (after high
school) plans (education?, training?, travel?, work?). TOKTW is a good way for kids to know what they’ll need to know to get the career they want, because us children don’t have much knowledge of what it’s like. And knowing the steps that out host took to get to the job will be similar if not the same to what we’ll be doing.
Le top du top
Dessiner un cercle parfait
Vous êtes un artiste, un crayon est dans votre main droits, ou gauche si vous êtes gaucher, vous avez votre droit index et votre droit majeur presque à la tête du crayon. Puis, vous mettez vos pousses sur le côté opposé que vos deux doigts sont. Maintenant que c’est secoure, ça ne tombera pas quand vous dessinez. Oui ! Aujourd’hui est le jour pour dessiner.
Qu’est-ce qu’on dessine vous demande ? Un bonhomme de neige, tout le monde sait comment faire un bonhomme de neige, vous avez besoin des balles de neige, mais tu as besoin de tracer des cercles parce que c’est seulement un dessin. Mais quand tu dessines le cercle…
C’est parfait ! Le rayon est exactement le même tout l’autour, c’est la taille parfaite pour la taille du bonhomme de neige tu essayais. Le point où tu as commencé est exactement où tu as fini, alors c’est difficile de savoir où tu as commencé et finis. Ton jour est bon et tu sens que tu peux dessiner milles bonhommes de neiges. Tu dessines le deuxième cercle et c’est horrible.
Pour dessiner un cercle parfait, c’est avec les légendes. Dessiner un cercle parfait est impossible, d’avoir la courbure parfaite n’est pas à notre portée, de dessiner une forme, construit d’un nombre qui est infini est insondable. Alors un cercle parfait est impossible même par les ordinateurs plus avancés. Alors quand tu finalement le faire, tu es quelqu’un qui peux faire l’impossible.
My partner and I started with the negative numbers. We had to find the common denominator for the negative fractions, so we multiplied the denominators, (ten, three and four,) and got 120, then we took each fraction’s numerator and multiplied that by the other fraction’s denominators, (ex: six * three * four = 72 = 72/120,) now that we have our new fractions, we need to see if we could make them smaller, we could divide them by two, but we couldn’t find any other ways to make them smaller. We did the same for the positives and we’re done.