They know to follow the queen if she leaves, because she is the only way to keep the hive going. That is only a few of the instincts that they have. In conclusion, Honey bees being able to create and sustain a hive is amazing. They are able to make wax, and honey, they have complex social classes, and have many unique instincts. Honey bees pollinate ¾ of the crops and flowers.
In order for her and her son to get out, she has to earn money, and this job is the most efficient way of getting it. Petry is showing her readers that Lutie had jumped from job to job in order to find one that offers the most. This creates the hardships Lutie had to face to ensure that her and her son will live happily. In addition to hardships Lutie had to face, Lutie describes that the “[Super] had been chained to buildings until he was like an animal” (Petry 191). Petry makes an analogy between the Super and an animal, that he is actually never leaving the building because he’s attached to it.
Everyone aspires to achieve the American Dream: an opportunity to be successful by working hard. Throughout the novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, the American Dream brings hope for a better life to those who hold on to it. George Milton and Lennie Smalls, traveling ranch workers called bindle stiffs, dream of owning their own piece of land where they can create the rules. However, they are not the only characters with hopes and dreams. Steinbeck shows the American Dream is, in fact, sometimes only a dream through the hopes and actions of Lennie, Candy, and Curley’s wife.
Scientists have discovered that bees give directions to the new food source by using a technique called the “waggle dance”. There are two variations of this dance. One is called the round dance, the bee returns to the hive and dances in a circular motion, indicating that the food is close by. The other bees must then leave the nest and search in the vicinity of the hive to locate the food. The second variation of the dance is the traditional “waggle dance”.
The government in Huxley’s novel uses conditioning and the making of “designer babies” so that everyone is “happy” with their work and stations in life. This contrasts drastically in today’s world where many individuals are discontented with his or her work and the standing he or she holds in that
It just takes a little attention and hard working to get to know someone and to trust each other. I learned this lesson during SEW week and it was amazing to see other people’s true colors and their identity being revealed. I also learned that team work is always better and important than individual or independent work, team work helps you finish work earlier and efficiently than independent does and trusting each other helps to build up a strong team. I in addition learned that you can’t get a perfect relationship with some of the kids because you don’t connect with them and put your prideness aside and blend in with them. When I tried talking to one of the girls, they said about their situation at home and how they ended up the place they are today and also about what they do after you graduate high school.
I love cops and what they do for the U.S.A. You inspire me to be good. And I want you to keep trying harder everyday to help the environment around you to become a better place. Do the inmates get to read in their cells? I have a suggestion, That the inmates should be able to rehabilitate into society with parenting education with baby dolls.
Foreshadowing was used in Of Mice and Men to present the theme of weakness. For example, in a conversation between Lennie and George, Lennie states, “‘Jus ' wanted to feel that girl 's dress- jus ' wanted to feel that girl 's dress- jus ' wanted to pet it like it was a mouse-’” (Steinbeck 11). This event was used to suggest that Lennie would end up doing something like he did in Weed again in Soledad, California. Lennie’s childlike demeanor is what gets him in the most trouble. Due to this he does what he wants without thinking about the consequences.
No child likes to wait in line or just gets restless, in the video they use a child centered activities in the Mighty Minutes jingles. One of the teaching strategies was the Busy Bees, where the children would buzz around the room and find the object they were told to find. This is so much more creative then standing in line. What theories best align with these strategies and environmental arrangements and why? Please give specific examples in your answer.
The queen bee is the only female bee in the colony that contains fully developed ovaries. The queen bee’s two main purposes in the hive is to keep the hive running smoothly and to lay many eggs, around fifteen hundred eggs a day (Buchmann, 2010). The worker bees do everything for their queen, so much that the queen is incapable of both feeding and grooming herself. The queen bee has a stinger but rarely uses it except for when she comes upon a rival queen. The queen bee is an essential part of a honeybee colony for without the queens, all honeybee species would be
Personally, I took a long time to think critically and creatively to make the protection for the egg. I also learned through play that I needed to add more bubble wraps and tissue papers probably to protect the egg. In addition, this activity also fostered my communication skills because I used languages to discuss and design the protection for the egg from breaking when it hit the ground. I learned from my peers that she was very patient to cover the egg by using the bubble wrap, tape, and tissue papers.