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WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY:
WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY
WHAT ARE WE DOING IN WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY?
WSH VACAY DESTINATION
WORLD HISTORY DAILY
EX CR TRIVIA
UPDATED JANUARY 28, 2016
Spend 15 or so minutes finding 10-15 simple woodworking plans, copying and pasting links onto a Google Doc
then make a cut list, tool list/supply list, and a step sheet for each of the top three you'd like to make/start with. See examples below:
CUT LIST EXAMPLE
1. Make sure you have shared your resume' and letter of interest for your tech job with me (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. Open your TSA CO2 car packet and read through it. You should start by sketching ten thumbnail sketches of different designs you can think of.
3. Pick one design. Trace a side- and a top-view of your full-sized car.
4. Make sure you don't interfere with the power-plant hole.
5. Spend some time designing your car.
6. Cut out your design and trace onto the wood blank.
7. Read the article on friction and answer the questions.
SMS TECH LINKS:
ROLLERCOASTER VID #1
ROLLERCOASTER VID #2
ROLLERCOASTERS VID #3
ROLLERCOASTER VID #4
After you watch these videos (headphones please), sketch a mock-up of your group's coaster. Look through the instructions and decide what you want your coaster to look like.
Have fun! :)
Here is the file that you need to read through:
The link below has a website that you'll need to answer questions from. The questions, etc. are in your bridge packet on pages 12 and 13. After you are done, do some research on the different bridges on this website and come up with one or two you want to learn more about. Write the name(s) on the front of your packet.
We will start building soon.
PS THE "BRIDGE VIDEO" is an online link to the movie we watched in class if you were absent and need to answer the questions.
(6th/7th/8th Grade Technology)
Bridge Movie: This movie has questions in the Bridge packet
Welcome to Mrs. Brown's WIKI
links for Washington State History,
World History, and Woodworking,
which are listed on the left of this page.
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PowerPoints, and notes necessary to be
successful in these classes.
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