Monday, November 28, 2011

Update the blog

  • WHO are you designing your game for? (Include the player's age, abilities, and prior knowledge of your topic.)
  • I am designing my game for any age limit.
  • WHAT will your game teach the player about your topic? (Be specific!)
  • My game will teach the player how pit bull abuse is effected and how we can help stop pit bull abuse.
  • WHERE does your game happen?
  • My game happens everywhere.
    • Describe the world you will design for your game.
    • The world will be at night time.
    • How will this setting add to the learning experience?
    • It will add to the learning experience by making it blend in.
  • HOW does your game world teach the player about your topic?
  •  It teaches them by learning how to prevent pit bull abuse.
    • What happens in the world that helps the player learn?
    • You can die or stay alive.
    • How does the player use what they learned to make something happen in the game.

    • WHY is a game a better way of understanding your topic than a quiz?
    • Because most people think quiz's are boring and would rather play a game.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

How to Properly Cite a Website

This is how you properly cite a website.

A source without an author listed:
Animal November 8,2011 from

A source with an author listed:

Monday, November 7, 2011

Choosing a Topic: Possible Research Topics

Here is a list of possible Science topics that I could research in Choosing a Topic.
Environmental Science
Renewable Energies
Renewable Resources 
Re-purposing of Resources- Paper, Plastic
Recycling- Plastic Bags/Bottles, Paper, Aluminum
Illness/Disease- AIDS, Lupus, Cerebral Palsy, Juvenile Diabetes, Asthma, Scoliosis, Parkinson's Disease
Endangered Species- Poaching, Change Of Climate: Melting Ice Caps, Water Pollution
Deforestation- Erosion, Deposition, Decline In Resources
Water Contamination
Droughts/Water Shortage- Wildfires
Illegal Dumping
Animal Abuse
Oil Drill- Earthquakes Caused By Hydraulic Fracking

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

March of the Penguins

1.Some of the challenges the penguins had to overcome were staying warm and not getting killed by any predators.
2.Their habitat changes their livelihood because of the weather how it is cold.
3.They need to adapt to the brutal weathers by making themselves full of fur.
4.There is a long period of time without any sunlight that affects the climate by making it more cold because at night that is when it is night time.