I did a ted talk for my presentation. I’m in a really good spot I finished my script and I’m almost done memorizing it, and I also finished my slideshow. I’ve practiced my script so many times that I think it will go smoothly when I get filmed. Every time I present I get better with my script and when I presented the first time I actually knew my script really well. When I presented to my class my classmates gave me good feedback so my presentation got better and better.
Here is my slideshow:
My main inquiry question is how do Apple products change peoples priorities? Apple products have changed peoples priorities in both good and bad ways. Apple products have changed peoples priorities in good ways because new technology allows them to do things more efficiently. An iphone can last up to 5 years as long it is up to date on iOS. Apple products have changed peoples priorities in bad ways because the iphone xr has the longest lasting battery, people can use social media and text a lot more. This results in iphone addiction. Addiction can lead to people buying expensive Apple products when they really don’t need them.
In our science groups today we mixed four different things, they were vinegar, water, oil and colored sugar. The main idea for all of the experiments were mixtures and solutions.
The first experiment that my group did was oil and colored sugar. My hypothesis for that was: if we mix the colored sugar with oil then the oil will turn a little red and some of the sugar will dissolve. My hypothesis was wrong the oil turned a little red but the sugar didn’t dissolve it just stuck together. In this experiment the oil was the solvent and the colored sugar was the solute.
The second experiment that my group did was vinegar and colored sugar. My hypothesis for that was: if we mix the vinegar and the colored sugar then the colored sugar will dissolve and the vinegar will turn red. My hypothesis was correct the vinegar turned red and the sugar dissolved. In this experiment the vinegar was the solvent and the colored sugar was the solute.
The last experiment that my group did was water and colored sugar. My hypothesis for that was the sugar would dissolve and water would turn red. My hypothesis was mostly correct the water turned red but only some of the sugar dissolved. In this experiment the water was the solvent and the colored sugar was the solute.