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  • 1. Process Journal (Cutting Ices & Filing Ices)<br />Nov 3rd, 2010<br />
    • What did I do?
    Basically, today I didn’t do much work on my project. Even though, I had double period of DT. I finished cutting the ices. I cut the ices, because to make my project more realistic. Plus, today I forgot to bring my hair tie. Which means I could not use the Disc-sander and those machine things, because my hair is pretty long and it might go in to the machines. Pretty dangerous.<br />
    • The Emotion
    Today, I was a bit not happy, because after I finished with cutting the ices and filing. I asked Mr. Anderson to give me a piece of wood that I can use as for my wheels. However, that time Mr. Anderson was a bit busy. Which means that I needed to wait for a while. I thought I would wait for about 3 minutes. However, I waited for about 10 minutes. I know that Mr. Anderson was busy. But it’s not fair. I asked help first. However, he is just helping other guys.<br />
    • Changes to your plan
    Of course, I have some changes from the main final design. Originally, the plan, I didn’t have to make the ices. However, to make my project more realistic, I sketched on wood and cut it out. <br />
    • What’s Next?
    The next step is to cut wheels with coping saw and drill the middle part of wheels. Which means next in DT class, I need to use driller and coping saw. Plus, I think I need to do some sanding the ices by using Disc-Sander. <br />
    • Why?
    Now, I am in creating stage, I guess I am almost finished by using coping saw. After I cut the all-4 wheels. I don’t really need the coping saw.<br />
    • A.O.I & Learner Profile
    Today’s A.O.I is I guess it is “Approach To Learning”, because first, I need to learn and then I can do actually the work. The Learner Profile for today is, thinker. I needed to think which place the ices should fit.<br />
    • Pictures & Diagrams
    388620022860000-228600-22860000<- Filing the #1 ice<br />Filing the #2 ice-><br />012763500<br /><- Front part of my moving toy.<br />80073511874500Back part of my moving toy -><br />