Wells made a few focus points shifts during his process of explaining, so that the readers could find similarities throughout the essay. From the beginning of the essay, Wells discussed about the mucus tracking method of how limpets are able to return to its original location, but he suddenly shifted to what methods limpet do not use. It seemed pretty odd at first, especially later on when the readers encountered the exact same situation. Wells digged deep discussing about octopuses and how they were taught to pause through shocking. After having a good understanding of touch learning and octopuses, Wells jumped and focused on what the octopuses cannot discriminate using touch learning.
I can’t wait for tomorrow,” José said passionately. José planned to sneak into the lab to join Alexa after he worked his breakfast shift at the Puerto Marino cafeteria. (Chapman, pg - 78) Lastly, Alexa decides to meet Jose at the dolphin facility. “...Have you ever been in the facility?” “No, I haven’t. But how difficult can it be?
“She was like a factory with the little snappers. She fed an entire fish head and a sizable portion of the shoulders to a school of piranhas that resided in the caverns of her mouth,” the quotes shows a comparison of aunt Maggie’s eating of fish to that of piranhas, which are a group of ruthless fishes (Hyde, 94). Hyde uses the Creole language to narrate a favorite past time of the Hyde’s family traditions on Spanish Cay. On Sundays, the children were given that opportunity to entertain the adults and they used songs, skits and poems. All these things were conducted in Creole, which Hyde narrates to keep the essence of the meaning.
Next day, when Miss Ferenczi came in for the lecture she just starts to talk and drifted to the topic that there are some places and creatures on Earth like sea and animals at the bottom that have never been studied and if say the fish is taken out “the fish explode” (46). Tommy and his classmates see themselves in the fish as they are from a community that has boundaries set out
Alexa decides to wake up at 5:30 in the morning to leave early but before she heads out the door she emails her friend Laurie who lives across the world to give her more detail about the mission her and Jose are doing.“Then he asked me if I would meet him at the library at 6 A.M” ( Chapman, Page 87). Anyone could argue that Alexa’s mission isn’t clandestine, but however Alexa email’s laurie everyday and tells her what her and Jose are doing everyday. Laurie knows about the cells and tells her boss at CNN about the dolphin cells. I found an article that on google, that relates to The Marino Mission because it's based on how dolphins being captive. “He also maintains that many of the dolphins suffered from psychosis” (Russo, the dodo).
Fish Animations Science: Biodiversity, Adaptation & The Role of Water Technology: Creative Communication Math: Geometry 60 Minute Lesson White paper (1 piece per student) Pencil (1 per student) Crayons and markers Introduction (5 min) Fishnet (10 min) Food Chain Discussion (5 minutes) Big Fish (30 minutes) Clean Up & Wrap Up: (10 minutes) Swim in the rivers, lakes, streams and every other freshwater habitat of the world to discover nature’s buffet: food chains! NGSS 2-LS4-1 Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of life in different habitats. NGSS 2-ESS2-3 Obtain information to identify where water is found on Earth and that it can be solid or liquid. NGSS 3-LS4-3 Construct an argument with evidence that in a
Every apt pupil understands being immersed in stress and strain of academia in order to persevere into a brighter future. The intent of this paper is to closely read the poem line by line in order for us to interpret his work the way it was intended. Kooser showcases his eloquence quickly within the first two lines by establishing the comparison between the turtle and a student; "The green shell of his
Juana Salazar compares herself to a dolphin because she is helpful,makes mistakes,and asks for help.To begin with she was born on June 2003 also, she is 14 years old she currently attends Classical High School and is a freshman.She can speak two languages which are Spanish and English,soon she will learn how to have a simple conversation in Italian.Sadly she has no pets,so she plays the guitar once in a while as a hobby.In addition she has two parents and a little brother that live with her,she plays Minecraft and Roblox with her little brother after school.Finally she resides in Silver Lake,Providence,Rhode Island. Juana has done many things and is known for helping others with classwork,supporting people,being creative,getting good grades also,being funny.She has achieved perfect attendance,honor rolls,perfect homework and good citizenship in middle school.Furthermore she likes to help people that help her back,making new friends,learning new things and, learning from her mistakes.When she messes up on her guitar,she sometimes asks for help or she figures it out herself until she masters it is an example on how she learns from her mistakes.She does not like to go shopping,salty foods,staying away from family and,home.She is very good at playing music on the guitar and
Playfully dancing through the waters, bashfully approaching swimmers, clumsily squashing into the glass when taken from their oceanic homes, one can 't help being captivated by the social and charismatic West Indian Manatee. My own fascination with the trichechus manatus, or sea cow, as I like to call it, began in the second grade. It 's difficult to pinpoint the exact moment and cause for this obsession, though something tells me it had a great deal to do with the manatee-shaped mailbox I passed daily on my walk to school, and even more to do with the manatee 's wise eyes, paddle-like flippers and rotund bodies. Could anyone help loving such a gentle beast? I certainly couldn 't!
Just about a year ago, my seventh grade class took a trip to Pigeon Key, FL to spend two days at a Marine Science Center. My school encouraged every student to go on the trip and after hours and hours of driving, we were greeted by many enthusiastic staff members excited to take us on the boat to Pigeon Key. When the boat arrived at the dock, I was immediately overwhelmed by the gorgeous scenery. Water wrapped around the island like a blanket, leaving only a small space for the buildings. At the time, there were a small amount of buildings on the island, housing a museum, multiple sleeping quarters, a small kitchen and outdoor dining room, a classroom, and other tiny structures.
Bethany Haehn Due Date: Friday 25th Journal 1 I am reading “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” by W. D. Wetherell. This story ia about a boy who has a crush on Sheila Mant, so he takes her on a date in a boat and catches the biggest bass he has ever caught. He now has to decide on Sheila or the bass. I will be questioning and connecting As I am reading this story, I am wondering if he is going to pick Sheila Mant or the bass. The narrator might pick the bass.