Water cycle song with motions will serve as a musical and kinesthetic experience. Water cycle spinner helps the students visualize the direction of the water cycle and how it goes round and round. The water cycle bracelet serves as a reminder of the water cycle and the steps. The worksheet that will used in class will require the students to use higher order thinking skills as well as creativity to answer the question. 17.
Hope you enjoy. SCIENCE - MIXED RESULTS In Science we learned for our first unit, relationship, in how plants and animals relate to plants and other animals. After we learned about ‘Photosyntheses’ and ‘The trophic level’ our teacher, Mr. Haag, thought to assess our learning to have a little quiz. I think I did pretty well on this assignment because I got a good grade (20/24). My second reason is because I learned a lot by this unit.
Dr. Fuller: Good morning class, it’s true, just like you, I took honors biology in high school. I enjoyed learning explanations on the cellular structure of our bodies, the ways human traits can pass from parents to children, and how specific genes correlate with the probability of a disease transferring to an offspring. Even more significant, I received hands-on experience sequencing DNA, a process that is used to help diagnose
Chemistry, we all have heard this term and have managed to create our own definition. It could stand for a connection we share with someone, or it could simple be a class we have taking either in high school or college. Most students have taken a chemistry class while in high school, but for me I had my first class the beginning of my freshman year of college. In college chemistry it was divided into two separate periods, which will be averaged together later to determine if I would pass or fail this class. The two sections include lecture, and lab.
I believe that a job should be like a hobby. I want to love my work, and know that I am making a difference in this world by helping other people. First of all, I want to finish secondary school. Soon I will take the first important exam of my life - the final graduation exam. I will be tested in four different subjects: the Czech and German languages, biology, and chemistry.
Able to write at least one question about what plants need to survive, which they will have the opportunity to ask during the excursion. For example, do plants need soil? WA Curriculum Assessment Indicator Able to point to each Lego block used to measure the height of the plant and verbally state the corresponding number. For example, point to the first Lego block and state, “One”, then point to the second Lego block and state, “two.” Students will verbally share their ideas and thinking as they respond to at least one question during group discussions about what they believe will happen to a plant if it is deprived of its essential recourse. For example, I think the plant will die if it does not get any air.
Science, I love this particular word from my childhood. I prefer Science as the study of change; change for the betterment of life. Scientific modification over time by scientists all around the world fascinated me always. My undergraduate period in the field of food science and technology assisted me to extrapolate the inner beauty of this field. As a student of food science and technology, I feel the responsibility to devote myself in resolving food security and food safety issues.
I always got some great persona with the indefectible understanding of science as my teacher, be it my school or my college. Acquiring knowledge from these influential teachers I scored 90.125% marks (topped in the class) in my 10th standard with 99% marks in science, which widened my road to science. Then I scored 86.8% (topped in the class) in my 12th standard with 92% in Chemistry and 100% in Mathematics. This huge marks brought me INSPIRE fellowship, given by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, given to the top 1% student of each state board. Even though I cleared very competitive entrance examination for engineering, but my thirst in Chemistry led me to take Chemistry Honours for my undergraduate studies with subsidiaries subject Mathematics and Physics in Krishnath College, one of the best colleges under University of Kalyani, India.
Introduction The workplacement was a part of HAN University of Applied Sciences’ Life sciences study program for students to gain real working and social experience in a professional laboratory environtment, either in academic or company background. It is therefore considered as a training for the graduation project and subsequently further scientific career path. My workplacement took place in Plant Research International of Wageningen University Research starting from 2nd February to 2nd July 2015. Under the supervision of Rumyana Karlova, I was given the chance to take a small part in her project to study the role of ripening-associated transcription factor Colorless non ripening (CNR) and plant hormone brassinosteroids in tomato fruit ripening process. In order to reflect upon my strength and weakness of my personal skills, a personal development plan (PDP) was prepared prior to the beginning of my workplacement period.
This field has always been fascinating me since my childhood. I am enthralled to introduce myself Kiran Kumar Yada to your esteemed committee. I am a graduate student in Biochemical engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. My interest towards science persuaded me to take Biology as one of the majors