Friday, November 18, 2011

reflection on my project

Well over all I really liked my project, everyone on the team worked together, there was nothing i would change about this project

Why is pollution bad

Pollution is bad becuase it harms animals and it causes infections. People can get sick from the toxic fuemes and its not good.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

My favorite assignment

My favorite assaignment was the beach project because we went to the beach we got to stary with our friends and have a good time and over all it was a fun little trip.

What I learned about Mollusks

What i learned about mollusks are that they are part of the molluska phylum

Sunday, November 13, 2011

What have you learned this week?

What I learned thus week was about the "civic laws", one law that I learned about was about your pet making noise. Your pet can not bark or meow or whatever noise it makes can not be above the normal, that means your pet can not be screaming at the top of his/her lungs making noise bothering every one else at the beach.

How has our group been working together?

Our group has been working very nicely we always get out work done. The work is all fair and we always meet up and go over the website to see if we are missing anything. We all have our strengths, Rachel can type really fast and Joanna is good at making anytime of presentation, and I can go over and answer any questions that our group needs. What I think makes a group successful is cooperation and willingness to work.

Monday, November 7, 2011

What i learned this week.

One topic that I learned this week was that the ocean can be more than one color.

For example it can be green if there is an abundance of plants or sea life.

Or it can be brown it gets like this after a storm because the wind and the currents mix up the sand and sediment that lead into the ocean.

Why does the ocean always appear to be blue, some reasons are -
-The ocean reflects the BLUE sky
-The color our eye catches the most id blue
-The colors we see depend on the reflection of the visible wavelengths we see