-The British built a fort on Cherokee land. -The Cherokee and the British became friends and they traded and helped each other -The Cherokee left the British because they British were talking so long -The Cherokee felt like they were being cheated so the Cherokee took some horses and live stock as being payment
-As a result of the war the Cherokee became friends with the British
-In 1838 the Indian Removal act was put into act
What was good about skyping with Mr.Akin was we got to learn a hole lot more information that wouldn't be in a book.
The energy card sort was hard because some of the cards could go into two categories. What was easy was the elastic energy category because everything was stretched out. Our group didn't work that good with me because I would explain something to them and that annoyed them. I hope my group will listen with kindness. It was fun trying to figure out what categories to put pictures in.
Energy in Action
My best example of energy in action is the light bulb.
My best example of stored energy is the battery.
The hardest part was finding good pictures for energy in action and stored energy.