1. What questions did you need to research in order to research your topic?
I just used questions like what do living organisms need to survive?, Is there any other planets that have other living organisms? Etc.
2. What new or familiar tools did you try to use as you worked through this project?
I used powerpoint which i am familiar too but i have never embeded a video so i had to figure that out.
3. What was the process you used to investigate the topic?
I just started from the basics in explaining living organisms and then opened up to the big question and gave and answer which was then led up with a conclusion.
4. How did you verify and cite the information you found?
A lot of the google searches i would search would come up with similar answers so i just trusted everyone’s word for it.
5. How did the process of this challenge go? What could you have done better?
I feel like i could have made the question more spacey instead of planets but planets are apart of space and its something a lot of people wonder so i just stuck with my question so i could answer it for myself as well.
consider a problem: finding out who discovered the element or the atomic number
brainstorm: Googling the element to see if its right
search up pictures of the periodic table.
see if the same person comes up on who found the element.
periodic table 2017
debrief:It works very good. It has all the elements in the right categories.When click on the elements you can see the atomic number how many protons neutrons and electrons and who discovered the element. You can also find out which elements are in different categories and you can just search up elements quickly. I t can help with homework if you dont know the right data. It also can help if you don’t wan to do the math to add up the neutrons it tells you exactly how many there are. Shows pictures of the element.