Science journal 7
This week we have been learning about flying vs gliding and man made vs nature.
For flying you need all four forces (lift, weight, drag and thrust) to fly.
Without them you can't fly.
We tested it we buy building a paper parachute Test 1 did not work so we changed it. So we built a paper parachute man test 2 it went really good so we made it massive. We changed the paper parachute too a paper parachute man to the. This is extended abstract because we extended the paper parachute buy making more to make a paper parachute man.
Gliding is where you go down eventually but flying is where you stay in the air all the time and not go down.
Are paper parachute glided because it went down every time?
My thinking is if one force is missing what will happen?
I'm wondering what would happen if the paper parachute didn't have drag?
My observation are multi-structure because I'm trustworthy because
other people got the same observation as me.
I think my learning multi-structural because I can show my learning.
My data gathering is multi-structure because I know a bit but not a lot.
My inferences are multi-structure because sometimes it can be hard for me.