I think that my second and third Sphero lessons did much better than my first because we did not have technical difficulties and it just went smoother. First after they signed in we would teach them how to do a rectangle then we taught them about loop and reset aim. then we made them use a ramp. This was hard for them but they did it. Our First group was better but they were both great. Overall the second and third lesson did a lot better than the first. Here is an image of my group working, I am taping a ramp down well everyone else is working on the program.
I think our first sphero lesson was good except for the technical difficulties our first group Matthew and Zach were better than Jack and Megan (our second group) We got everything done so i’m very happy. I was scared that I would mess up before but then I stop feeling that. during the lesson we taught my groop roll and how to make a square. they understood it well. at the end we showed them the fortune teller program and they liked it. Overall it was a great experience.
Yesterday Leo and I got together to finish our Rube Goldberg. After we recorded we decided not to include all twenty four attempts, just the first and last. Editing was hard, but when I finished the soundtrack was great and the cuts and words worked well, too.
Overall, I think that Leo and I did a great job on our Rube Goldberg machine, we were very happy that we finished it because we spent a lot of time building and recording.
Yesterday, Leo and I got together to finish our Rube Goldberg machine. When we recorded, it failed twenty four times before it finally succeeded. Each time we recorded, I got better and better at saying the intro. Now I can say it without even looking at the machine. On the twenty-fifth attempt Leo and I went crazy because we were so upset that it wasn’t working that when it did, we were very surprised and relieved. Also, on our second try it was about to work, but then the soccer ball missed.
Yesterday Leo and I met to finish our Rube Goldberg machine. When we assembled it, the hardest thing was the marble hitting the tablet because we had to make a cardboard tube turn so that the marble would hit the tablet at the right angle. Another thing that was hard was attaching the string for the shoe to the ceiling because Leo and I could barely reach it, so it became very hard to tape the string. When we finally did it, we added a new step that included a water bucket where the weight of the bucket that is full of water would pull on the pulley, instead of using a person. The whole machine was assembled in a hour, so we still had a lot of time to finish.
Today, Leo and I collected the materials we need for our Rube Goldberg machine. We needed: a ball, a goal (box), some string, duct tape, a toy car, toy car track, a marble tube, a marble, a pulley, a soda can, dominoes, a shoe, paper, and a nerf dart. It took about an hour to find everything we needed. After that we tested everything separately so we could make sure that they worked. Then we ran out of time because Leo had to leave.
Overall, today we finished all the things that are due on the 18th, and Leo and I were very successful.
Today Leo and I got together to do our Rube Goldberg and we are working on our sketch. We set up our machine based on our sketch and the machine goes like this: 1 pully, 2 car ramp, 3 soda can roll, 4 dominos, 5 marble, 6 string pull, 7 shoe string, and finally, 8 soccer kick. We added an items list, labels and an explanation for the confusing parts. We decided to do it on paper, not on Google Drawings. We also thought of what room to use in my house and we chose the living room.
I think that the aspirations of Mr. King’s speech were realized and now some people have forgotten about it.
They were realized because a couple of years after his speech the black people’s rights came one by one to black people for example his quote,”I have a dream that little black boys and little black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls” and they do. Even though he was shot his “dream” still lives on. Mr. King’s speech inspired many and won the hearts of the many people who make the laws. Also, I think that if Mr. King’s speech was not said by him or not said by somone with a good enough reputation then black people might not have the same rights today.
The aspirations of Mr. King’s speech have been somewhat forgotten For example, the new “Black lives matter protest” which is about cops who are using violence on black people without just cause, shows that certain people dont want to treat all people equally or fairly. It seems that overtime the ideals of Mr. King’s speech have been slowly fading away and people have been forgetting about them.
This is a timeline of Mr. Kings life.MLK, Jr. timeline-27y7vzh
Today at school, Leo and I worked on our sketch and started to create the steps. We had the problem that on Google Drawings we didn’t have enough space for the project so we shrunk our drawing. However, when it was small we could not clearly show all our Rube Goldberg steps. Unfortunately, we did not have much time to work so we didn’t get much done. We also discussed some ideas we would use for our Rube Goldberg machine. We will try to achieve kicking a soccer ball into a goal. We have only chosen 3/8 of the steps, but I thought of some at home today. Hopefully, my ideas will make it into the final project.
I personaly think that cusive should not be taught in school. I do understand the other sides opinion and I agree with what they said. But learning to type and to write cursive will take to much time out of the school day. So I think that typing just has better reasons why it should be taught insted of cursive. Diya Mehta, a ten year old girl says that in the future most likely we eill olny use computers. To back this up if we can’t write it on a computer we can just write it in print. Technology is growing and their’s no way to stop it.