Juego Scratch Versión Final | Matías Ripoll y Tomás Braun

En el principio del trimestre, comenzamos adquirir informacion y conocimiento acerca de los algoritmos(conjunto de pasos dentro de un proceso) y como implementarlos dentro de un juego. Usamos esto para crear nuestro propio juego. Durante las últimas clases de tecnología, luego de habernos informado sobre la herramienta de Scratch, comenzamos a producir nuestro propio juego de a parejas. Con Tomás Braun hicimos un juego de carreras de natación.  El juego consiste en una carrera de natacion en la cual el participante tiene los cuatro que vencer al otro nadador controlado por la computadora. El objetivo es tratar de completar la mayor cantidad de niveles posibles. Existen cuatro niveles, sin embargo, si no logras completar alguno de ellos, automaticamente perdes y comenzas de nuevo desde el principio. En cambio, si logras completar los cuatro niveles, por lo tanto, lograras ganar el juego. En un principio, mientras pensabamos un juego para crear, comenzamos a investigar los personajes y fondos, y cuales se podrian complementar para que el juego tenga sentido.  Nos planteamos en un momento realizar un juego de futbol o de basket, ya que vimos una pelota de futbol y un arco asi como una pelota de basket y un aro. Sin embargo al darnos cuenta de la dificultad de realizar estos juegos,optamos por hacer uno de natacion, el cual vimos mas facil y rapido de hacer en el tiempo que teniamos. Desde que tomamos esta decision, no cambiamos el rumbo de nuestro juego y a pesar de algunas dificultades, pudimos terminarlo. Este es nuestro proyecto de scratch. 

Biology Notes-Chemicals of Life

 

Chemicals of life        

-What all living organisms are made of   
.Carbohydrates (C-H-O)
.Lipids (C-H-O)               
.Proteins (C-H-O-N-S [Sulfure])              
-All of them are made of 3 atoms:       
.Carbon
.Hydrogen
.Oxygen              

Carbohydrates           
-Monosacaryzed (one sugar) (glucose),  disacaried (two) (sacrose) and pollysacarized (more than two) (cellulose)                 
-In common-very soluble in water
-Functions:                         
.Main source of energy       
.Storage of food  (plants-starch / animals-glycogen)

Lipids

-Twice the amount of energy is onbtained from lipids than from carbohydrates
-two types:

.Oils-are liquid and come from plants
.Fats-are solid and come from animals

Proteins

-From froots and vegetables
-To make muscle tissue, antibodies and other new cells
-Made of aminoacids                
-In blood-plasma proteins-made to keep liquid inside blood
-Aminoacid: amino-acid
-Enzymes are all proteins, they have both functional and structural functions
-Ej of a functional enzyme: Amylase in saliva to break down large molecules into small molecules by cutting down their bonds

What we need for a balanced diet:

-Protein (energy and structural functions)
-Carbohydrates (energy)
-Lipids (fats and oils for storage of energy or structural functions)
-Fibre or roughage to scrape the inner part of the intestines for them to keep working well)
-Vitamins
-Minerals like calcium or potasium

Germination Practical

One week before the winter holidays, Ceci told us to bring a jar to do a Germination Experiment. In the lab, we filled the jars with cotton, and then we put four seeds in it. This work was in pairs, and I worked with Matías Ripoll.

Then she told us to change some variables. In our case, he watered them, and I didn’t. These are my results:

Fornas del discurso-Descripciones | Tomás Braun y Trinidad Porretti

En la clase de Lengua, realizamos junto a un compañero una descripcion detallada de algun personaje y de algun ambiente de Los Dias Del Venado.

 

Vieja Kush:

Vieja Kush es una anciana que habita en los confines y tiene gran participación en la historia. Es madre de Dulkancellin y abuela de sus cinco hijos. Esta es muy apreciada por su pueblo debido a que es la más anciana de todos, por lo que es experimentada y considerada muy sabia. Ella es admirada y valorada. Además, el nacimiento de su hijo, Dulkancellin, es considerado un prodigio, ya dio a luz a una tardía edad. Como bien dice la narración, ella es de corazón suave y manos ásperas, lo que demuestran su bondad y dedicación en su arduo trabajo. Vieja Kush es generosa y cumple un rol de madre para sus nietos en la ausencia de su verdadera madre. Respecto a lo físico, esta mujer es anciana y está cubierta de arrugas. Sin embargo, considerando su edad, tiene buen estado físico y nunca muestra indicios de debilidad. Debajo de sus rasgos de vejez, se puede observar la belleza que su rostro alguna vez tuvo.

 

Casa de las Estrellas:

La Casa de las Estrellas es un palacio que se encuentra en Beleram y es donde habitan los Supremos Astrónomos. Este es un lugar de carácter sagrado debido a que aquí los Supremos Astrónomos toman importantes decisiones, interpretan mensajes de magia y observan los astros. Esta era una cofradía mágica. El palacio está esculpido en una ladera de monte y tiene grandes muros de piedra ensamblada a su alrededor. Al entrar por su magnífica puerta principal, hay un enorme salón con muchas pequeñas ventanas por donde entran los únicos destellos de luz. Este lugar tiene una gran escalera que conduce a distintos lugares y también tiene un cuarto en cada uno de sus descansos. Al final de la escalera, y al mismo tiempo a la cima del palacio, se encuentra un gran mirador a través del cual se puede ver la puesta del sol y los astrónomos estudian los astros. Este es un lugar misterioso e impactante, que se destaca entre todas las construcciones de la ciudad. Además, cierta parte de su misterio es contribuido por el hecho de que los Supremos Astrónomos habitan aquí, de quienes no mucho se sabe y quienes son respetados por todos

An Eye for an Eye Activities | Tomás Braun and Matías Ripoll

AN EYE FOR AN EYE

 

DIARY ENTRY:

 

Write a diary entry for Mary Banks as if you had just returned to your prison cell after

your interview with Sir Matthew. Narrate the events that took place from your

perspective. Include your feelings, impressions and future prospects.

 

Dear Diary,                                                                            October 28th

   Everything seemed to be according to the plan. I prepared myself for it, but it all suddenly failed, and probably now we are going to stay here for a long time.

   Remember I told you yesterday what would happen, well then I will tell you how it went. I went in the interrogation room, and three lawyers were there waiting for me, willing to prove my guilt. They seemed so confident of themselves, and so did I. When I took seat, they started asking me questions about the murder, and I always replied successfully to all their accusations, and never feared of failing. They asked me questions like “why did you buy poison”, to which I replied that it was to protect my son from rats, and they believed it. It all went perfect until something really weird and scary happened.

   I would like this space of your page to remember one of my excuses to prove my innocence; I said that I was blind, and that during the incident I was in the hospital. However, when I said this, one of the men standing there took out his own eye, and started to polish it. I couldn’t resist that, so I looked away, showing I wasn’t blind. To make the matter worse, that “eye”, was a false one, so could have resisted better.

  Now I’m starting to feel the guilt, the guilt of not being able to prove my innocence. I should have resisted better, but now will have to confront the consequences of my acts.

 

Vocabulary:

1- Adamant

2- Blind

3-Witness Boxes

4-Frying Pan

5-Dole

6- Forensic Medicine

7- Socket

8-

9- Acquittal

10- Manslaughter

11- Brief

12-Strychnine

13-Axe

 

1) H) A defendant’s answer to the declaration made by the

plaintiff in a civil action.

2) J- The unlawful killing of one human being by another

without express or implied intent to do injury.

3) B) A lawyer or group of lawyers giving legal advice and

especially conducting a case in court.

4) I) The party that institutes a suit in a court.

5)  F) It refers principally to a British trial lawyer.

6)  G) An attorney who is not a member of the bar and who

may be heard only in the lower courts.

7) D) A suite of rooms, especially one used by lawyers to

consult privately with attorneys or hear cases not

taken into court.

8) C)An emotion, desire, physiological need, or similar

impulse that acts as an incitement to action

9)E) The documentary or oral statements and the material

objects admissible as testimony in a court of law.

10)A) The result or effect of evidence;

the establishment or denial of a fact by evidence.

 

ROLE PLAY:

 

Matthew: Hello Mrs. Banks, my name is Matthew Roberts, I´m going to be your defense counsel. But first, I want you to be ready and prepared for the prosecution’s accusations.

Banks: Hello Sir Matthew, I´m fine and happy to see you. Okay, so let’s begin.

M: I understand you were registered at the hospital at the same time the crime was committed, but the police feel and suppose that the murder could have taken place 24 or even 48 hours you were registered to the hospital.

B: What they say is wrong, as I had been in the hospital for nearly two weeks. Also, you must know that it’s very difficult to murder someone when you had been blinded by your husband with a frying pan, as you can see on the side of my face.

M: And, how can we be sure that it´s true, and that this scar isn’t it a lie? Isn’t it strange that your husband did not visit you while you were in the hospital?

B: It does not surprise me, as I had threatened to leave Bruce on several occasions and he did not seem to care so much about my returning to the farm.

M: I see. But, can you explain why was one of your hairs found on the handle of the axe that was used to dismember Bruce´s body?

B: Yes, I can. I was chopping up some wood before I made him breakfast.

M: And why were there no fingerprints Mrs. Banks?

B: I think you would truly understand how cold it can be in the middle of a farm, in mid-October.

M: Your blood was all over your husband’s collar and the forensic scientist confirmed it matched your own. That´s a huge coincidence, isn’t it Mrs. Banks?

B: My blood is all over the house, but it means nothing. Look carefully, it´s all over the house, not only in my husband’s collar.

M: And could you tell me why the police found your fingerprints on a spade, what did you use it for?

B: I used it everyday last week

M: But there is something that no one does every day, and that is to buy such large amounts of strychnine, so, may I ask why did you need such a large amount, and why did you drive over 27 miles to look for it?

B: I travel there every Thursday, as there isn’t a nearer agricultural supplier in the zone. Moreover, we’ve been losing chickens, and my husband thought the problem was the rats, so he told me to buy that large amount to finish them “once and for all”.

M: But he was the one who finished himself once and for, right?

B: You know, he also feared Rupert’s safety

M: Wasn’t he at school at the time?

B: He came back for the half-term that weekend

M: Last question Madam, have you ever used a supplier before?

B: Yes, I go to buy it once a month, ask the manager of the shop to believe what I’m saying if you want to

M: Okay, I see… (Makes a signal to Witherington, to starts to take something from his pocket)