Who did you think would win the game at first (RED or BLUE)? Why?
How did you feel as the rules changed? Did you get discouraged or more confident? Why?
What were the reasons why the BLUE team won?
Historically speaking, what happened once America won the Revolutionary War? What changed in America?
What might be different today if America had lost the war?
1. I was a member of the blue team. I was representing the Patriots 2. I felt good when the match first started. I was confident that my team would win. 3. I thought I was gonna lose. Red had more people on their side. 4. I felt better about it as the rules changed. 4 people had to go start somewhere else on the red team. 5. The blue team had allies. Most of the allies were British enemies. 6. Slavery was the same until 1800s. But America was an independent country. 7. I think we'd have kings and queens, not a president. Also America would have like a population of 90% British/English and 10% American.
What patterns did you notice about the shadow length throughout the day?
What caused these patterns?
When you analyzed your shadow graphs, when did the longest shadows occur? Why?
When you analyzed your shadow graphs, when did the shortest shadows occur? Why?
What was the most challenging part of this lesson?
What do you feel you learned from completing this lesson?
1. The Sun got longer and shorter during the day. 2. The sun was changing position in the sky during the day. 3. The longest shadows were at 9:26 AM and 2:33 PM. The Sun was at an angle. 4. The shortest shadow was at 12:06 PM. The Sun was almost directly above my head. 5. I think the part hardest was tracing the battery. I kept going in the shadow and out to much. 6. I think I learned shadow patterns better. I used to get it wrong a lot.