The Start of the Cold War: Looking back on my work

The flipgrid activity helped me a lot. Not only because I did research on the topic my flipgrid was about but because I could then look at other peoples’ flipgrids too!

The videos also helped me learn because they had plenty of information in them.

The Jamboard was also really helpful since I could see other peoples’ ideas on a certain topic.

I think that i could have done a better job on the Multiple Intelligences assignment. My pair for the assignment and I weren’t working affectively and we could have managed our time a lot better.

Evaluate your performance from 1 to 10 in the light of the following:

  1. Your attendance to class, your participation both individually and also in group work.
  2. The quality of the material you presented as well as that of your individual class and group contributions. 
  1. I think that on a scale from 1-10 I would be a 6.5.
  2. I think that I would be a 6.5 too.


I think that I could improve my attendance and not procrastinate as much to improve my work in class.


Today in the lab we observed the liver and the heart of a chicken. This are my drawings and some pictures:


A liver weigh: 38.4g

A heart weigh: 26 g


Today in the lab we opened a kidney, it was awesome. This is a drawing that I made of the kidney I saw today.


I chose the song “Bella Ciao” because it really expresses the power resistance.


I really liked the museum. It really shocked me how much people suffered. The thing that I saw that shocked me the most was the toy that was a rat with the Swastica symbol on the back so that kids related Jews with rats.


Respiratory system

  •                Respiratory System

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases:

  • lung deseases that block airflow
  • Blockage damages the lungs



  • Lungs
  • Nasal cavity
  • Mouth
  • Larynx
  • Pharynx
  • Trachea
  • Bronchioles
  • Alveoli
  • Muscle(diaphragm,intercostal muscle,abdominal muscle, etcetera)

Gas Exchange

  • Main function of the system



  • Smoking
  • Exposure yo certain gases
  • Second hand smoke
  • Cooking fire without proper ventilation


  • Wheezing
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Respiratory infection
  • No exercise
  • Fatigue
  • Chest tightness


  • Brochodilators
  • Oxigen therapy


  • Might get addicted mirroring someone
  • Person might just want to try

Why it’s hard to stop

  • They get addicted to the relief sensation

Effects of tobacco smoking

  • Irritation of trachea
  • Reduce lung function and inability to breath
  • Impairments of the lungs
  • Increase risk of lung infection
  • permanent damage

The moving finger

In our last literature class the teacher asked us to do some research on Edith Wharton, who wrote The Moving Fingers. I worked with Mora Malenchini.

The Moving Finger

  • Author: Edith Wharton.
  • Born: January 24, 1862, New York, New York, United States
  • Died: August 11, 1937, Pavillon Colombe
  • She was from New York 
  • She was best known for her stories and novels about the upper-class society into which she was born.
  • She criticized novels
  • This story is gothic and explores the Uncanny” means that it explores something familiar that becomes strange or mysterious and that is difficult or impossible to explain.

Biology Notes 01/10


  • Plasma (liquid part of the blood)
  • red and white cells are carried in plasma
  • Plasma is mostly water
  • Plasma carries nutrients suck as Glucose, amino acids and mineral lons, also hormones and Carbon Dioxide.

Red Blood Cells

  • are made in the Bone Marrow
  • They do not live long
  • They also don’t have a nucleus
  • They contain pigment hemoglobin that carries oxygen

White Blood Cells

  • have a nucleus
  • They can move around easily
  • They clean up the body

Phagocytes and platelets

  • Digestive bacteria
  • Destroy pathogens
  • Small cells
  • Red bone Marrow
  • Blood clotting

Before this presentation, the only thing I knew was that blood was made in the bone marrow. Now I know a lot more, for example: Plasma, White cells, Red cells, Phagocytes and platelets, etcetera.