We asked students to raise their hands if they have seen the movie Finding Nemo or Finding Dory, and as expected, they were all huge fans! For our incentive, we will have a “turtle station” and a “fish station.” Students will be placed into two groups in order for them to design their own fish or turtle. Students will be given a plate in which they will add pre-cutout shapes of a variety of colors of construction paper, streamers, and tissue paper to their turtle and fish models. Students will be provided with glue sticks in order to glue on this material. Students will also be provided with markers and crayons to add any addition designs.
(1:p 199) Method: We began the pre-lab with each student in the student population tasting a control paper and PTC paper. The tasters will be able to taste a bitter taste (some strong, some weak), and the non-tasters will not taste any differences between the two papers. The results were recorded in three columns; Strong Taster, Weak Taster, and Non-Taster. (1: p199) Lab Materials 1 small juice glass, dish detergent, table salt, contact lens solution, ice cold rubbing alcohol, 1 micro-centrifuge tube, 1 wooden stir stick, and saliva. (1;p 326) Method I collected 1/8 c of saliva, then added the following: 2 drops of dish detergent (stirred 30 sec), 2 drops of contact lens solution (stirred 30 sec), and a small pinch of table salt (stirred 30 sec).
He goes to the fruit and vegetables section. He stares at them viewing their colors, passing time. He received a massage from a lady there. Once the massage starts, he gets a flashback, revealing what he had done. He freaks out a bit and goes to the ice cream section.
Sarah claimed when she was landing chowder into a cup of chowder last Friday, Charlie came up behind her and pulled her hips toward him, and began thrusting his pelvis her back side. His face was in her neck and he was making sexual noises. When he grabbed her, dropped the bowl of soup and burned her hand. According to Hannah’s testimony, although she did not see Sarah and Charlie have any physical contact, she did see Sarah with her arms up in the air and chowder on the floor and she saw Charlie standing behind Hannah, laughing. Also, Hannah once told to Sarah about her behavior of keeping bread and rolls for the table near the chowder station, and Sarah explained that she was doing this to avoid Charlie.
Which objects are the light? Which column do you think will have more items? In the literacy center, I will have a copy of the book called Sink or Float so the students can look through it. In the science/discovery area, I will set more pencils, sticky notes, Legos, pegs, etc. so the children can recreate the Sink or Float experiment on the water table.
My team of investigators took samples of the ice cubes, the pH for tap water is 7(neutral) and for the ice water a 9(base). So that means the ice has been tampered with. We proved that theory by taking more samples from the coke Felix’s was a 9(Just like the ice cubes) and Alfredo’s was a 5 just like the regular coke. For the paint spill and the foot prints, Kendra spilt paint on purpose and borrowed someone else shoes to cover up her tracks. Then she took her towel (initials KG) and sprayed it with Gene’s cologne.
For example, in the first one to two lines, the speaker uses visual, olfactory, tactile, auditory and kinesthetic images to captivate its prospective reading audience. These lines state, “I’d screamed when it slithered down my hand/ as I leaned to pick the first ripe blueberry. This particular text implies that the speaker heard and saw the motion of the snake as it slithered and as she smelt and picked up the first ripe blueberry in the garden. Next, the speaker uses visual imagery, in lines ten through twelve. The speaker states, “I wanted to be someone who doesn’t scare,/ who can’t be shaken, so I wanted no witnesses/ to this paradigm in the garden.” This statement, by the speaker, implies that the woman wanted to be fearless instead of fearful and she wanted to be firm in her stance and ways of life, instead of acting in an insecure fashion.
This quote is, without a doubt, descriptive and I really enjoyed this quote because of that. It obvious throughout the whole novel, Sinclair’s objective was to disgust his readers whilst informing them of the unsanitary conditions the cities had to offer to poor immigrants. Specifically with this quote, Sinclair captured the filth and unbearableness of Packingtown. Packington was filled with “hot rivers of blood”- the animal blood was drained into the river, and that the cargo “smelt like the craters of hell”. Sinclair continued to describe the awful bathroom conditions and the untidy laundry.
She sincerely apologised, pausing to rub my arm before speaking again. " We are attending Homecoming to spy on those stupid idiots over there." She then proceeded to point at Ali, Aria, Emily and Hanna who were currently eating strawberry ice-cream together whilst gossiping about the boys in this town. " So, what do I need to bring?" " Just wear something you can cover up and hide in, Lucas has everything we need."
We read about the Stumbling Blocks in Intercultural Communication by Laray M. Barna in class, and watched three videos that showed us of some real-life situations. The 6 stumbling blocks are the assumption of similarities, language difference, nonverbal misinterpretations, tendency to evaluate, stress and culture. The first video was a video that the man and their family were from different cultures, therefore their eating behaviors were different too. The baseball man thought the Japanese’s manner was to slurp when they eat soba. When the women tried to serve the man for some vegetables, he thought he did not need to take it because in the U.S, it is normal for people to serve themselves.
A froot loop cereal necklace. When Lindsay first put the cereal down Faith said, “Cereal, I want some!” I told Faith we should go wash our hands since she had glue all over them. She followed me into the other room to wash her hands. Cole was in there and Faith said, “He is being bad.” After her hands were all washed we went back into the other room to start her
One detail that reveals the fact that Boo watches closely over Jem and Scout is that he leaves specific gifts for them inside the tree knot. After finding a boy and girl doll carved out of soap, Scout thinks, “The girl doll wore bangs. So did I”(Lee 80). THis further portrays the thought that Boo must pay very close attention to them, enough to carve every last minute detail into a piece of soap. Furthermore, when Scout is standing outside during a fire and is cold, a mysterious blanket is placed around her and Atticus says, “Looks like all of Maycomb was out tonight, in one way or another”(Lee 95).
Playdough balls: The teacher will ask the student to roll the playdough (small container) into smaller balls with the fingers. To meet the criteria for the skill to be present, the student should be able to roll at least 8-10 balls out of the playdough for the skill to be present.