Thursday, May 22, 2014


Create a Critter: Adaptation and Imagination

For this task:

Design/create a living thing that has adapted to survive in the ecosystem you have randomly chosen. 

Explain the adapted features that your creation has that enables it to survive in that ecosystem.

Describe it in detail in your UOI book.


Amazon River



Sahara Desert



Arctic Tundra



Pacific Ocean



Arctic Ocean



New Zealand Grassland


New York Sewer System


A Dark Cave


The Australian Outback


The Louisiana Bayou


A Garbage Dump


Amazon Rainforest

Inside The Human Body








Wednesday, May 14, 2014

OUR GOD IS GREATER

Intro: Em C G D/F#  Em C G D

Verse 1:
Em         C             G
Water You turned into wine
Em          C              G 
Opened the eyes of the blind
               Am7
There's no one like You
          D
None like You

Em        C               G
Into the darkness You shine
Em          C          G
Out of the ashes we rise
                Am7
There's no one like You
          D
None like You

Chorus:
Em
Our God is greater
C
Our God is stronger 
G                       D/F#
God You are higher than any other
Em
Our God is healer
C
Awesome in power
     G        D
Our God, Our God

Verse 2:
Em        C               G
Into the darkness You shine
Em          C          G
Out of the ashes we rise 
               Am7
There's no one like You
          D
None like You

(Chorus)

Bridge (2x):

Em 
And if our God is for us
C
Then who could ever stop us
G
And if our God is with us
D/F# (D 2nd time)
Then what could stand against

Video of Playing

SOLO GUITAR just music


SOLO PIANO

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Writing Prompt: I am a Polar Bear!


Imagine:

You are a polar bear. 

You need to survive ...right?

What do you do during the day to survive?

Research
What do you eat?

What do you need to survive?

Where are you?

How have you adapted?

What is happening around you to your ecosystem?

What are your difficulties?

Write  (UOI BOOK)

A Day in The Life of a Polar Bear (in present tense)

You can use the word I.

You are writing in first person (first bear actually).

Read

Edit

Type in Pages or Google Doc












Tuesday, May 6, 2014

P H TESTS

ACID RAIN?

Rain is very important for life. All living things need water to live, even people.
Rain brings us the water we need. But in many places in the world even where you live, rain has become a menace.
Because of pollution in the air, acid gases from factories, cars and homes, the rain is becoming dangerous for the life of every living creature.
This rain is known as 'acid rain'.

Acid gases are produced when fossil fuels like coal and oil are burned in power stations, factories and in our own homes. Most of these acid gases are blown into the sky, and when they mix with the clouds it can cause rain - or snow, sleet, fog, mist or hail - to become more acidic.
The opposites of acid are alkalis; for example, toothpaste is alkaline Strong alkalis can also be dangerous.




Hypothesis


HCL
After Shave
Soy Sauce
Coffee
Na OH
Bathroom Cleaner
Pepsi
Orange Juice
Rain Water
Tap Water