INTRODUCTION IMAGINE WHAT WOULD BE NOT SHOULD BE By: Vanessa Lopez
INQUIRY The questions I normally ask is what needs to be done and how to solve it. Other questions that arise in the process of the project(s) are usually how to solve the problems that come with it. With the game board project there was a lot of malfunctions with the lights. In the end my teammates and I came to a conclusion that the LED lights needed to be connected with the wires at a certain way.It worked.
SIGNIFICANCE I HAVE A DREAM! The cell phone project was very valuable to me because it makes me believe that I can make a change in the world. The school policy got changed in a couple months. Imagine what we could do within years of hard work. We could change the worlds perspective like Martin Luther King, Jr. Or be President like Barrack Obama.
PERSPECTIVE The cell phone project kind of changed my perspective in the world. It makes me appreciate how much work people put into something they believe in. While they work really hard we just be greedy and take their idea or there work for granted and we don’t really realize how much of their time and hard work they put into it.
EVIDENCE I know to believe in my hypothesis and the facts behind it. For the game board project, we used our hypothesis on how we think it would work and then we used scientific and mathematic facts.
CONNECTION The connection between math and science occurred to me before. After the game board project it got me to see how much they are alike.
SUPPOSITION Some predictions I can make are that I will be a better at working with more people and have new ways to learn stuff easier. Some changes I will make are be more willing to work with other people that I don’t get along with. Also, find more ways to learn stuff more easier.
CONCLUSION I have realized that I learn things a little more easier. I have realized that I not afraid to talk in front of people that much anymore. I have realized that I learn when I see things and I do something at the same time like with the game board project.