A gathering place for students and parents of Mrs. Aker's science classes, as well as for fellow science teachers to gain ideas.
You guys were really quiet and didn't introduce yourself. Plus someone went whooo at the end...Kevin Burton 1st per.
they didnt talk loud enough to hear them.cody hart stone period 1
you guys went to fast next time you should slow down a littlecody hart stone period 1
I agree that they are very quiet.The angle of that shot wasn't to well either.Vin K. Period 1
In your video electrical energy goes from the battery to the nail, without touching the wire.Kevin Burton pr.1
Good point. What is the role of the wire in the energy transfer?
i cant understand it i cant hear themEmilio DeLeon per1
The lighting was bright which made it less clear of what I am looking at.Vin K. Period 1
There is a little too much noise in the background. Also isn't there other types of energy in the battery other then electrical. -Niko Legg P.3
I only saw energy being transferred from the battery. What energy was transferred betweent the wire and the nail? -Maddie Centen 3rd Period
1. You forgot to mention how the energy transfers from the battery to the nail.2. Isn't there more energy in the battery to start with?-Ashley Tarbutton, period 3.
What are your names? And was the energy ever transferred directly? Or did it change everytime before moving?
-Kayla Illman 3rd Period
I think you forgot to mention the battery having Chemical Energy which transfers into electrical energy.-Christina G. P.3
I couldn't hear very well, but i don't think you mentioned the wire at all, which was a part of the system. Also, there was energy in the battery.Micala N. p3
Also, the wire was a big part of the system and I don't think you explained the energy transfers going through it very well.-Christina G. P.3
I couldn't hear the majority of what you were saying but I did hear that you said that the nail would turn to magnetic energy, why is that? What affected the nail to turn to a different energy? -Ali Raetz Period 3
you forgot to metion the energy transfermation from chemical energy to electrical
it was a little hard to understand.. but i think might be more transfers/transformations in the battery. what do you think they are.arielle barber per.4
quiet, and hard to hear. somebody said WHOOOO at the end and your video ended too early, plus it seemed like two people were doing it at the end, instead of one. otherwise goodIsaiah EckstromPeriod 4
we started out with the battery having chemical energy. and sorry for our class being too loud. we have two videos one showing who we are due to having to compact the video size.michael jimenez period 5
i understand it was quiet in the video and was shortkamin evans
You guys were in the middle of a sentence when the video started so it made it kinda hard to understand what you were talking about. -Geni Riley per.6
I didn't like the camera angle, and I thought the whole video was a little lackluster. Cameron "Big Words" Bunger. P6
I think the camera should have been placed more above the board and closer to the person talking because it was difficult to hear and see the board.Nick Sundvall, Period 6
I thought that the video or demonstration could have more energy transfers in it. I liked the wooo though. Cameron Bunger. P6
Can you give an example of an energy transfer they should have included?
i think you explained it well but it was fast and hard to understand the energy that was left in the battery.
didnt have much energy transfers?
The video was very quiet, I couldn't understand it.fNick Sundvall, Period 6