Sharks are fascinating creatures of the sea. Many people fear them because of their large stature and intimidatingly sharp teeth. It is not well known, but sharks are actually very hard to monitor due to the fact that they do live underwater and look similar to each other, therefore the information we do have about them is limited. Researchers tend to tag the sharks with a plastic tag that gets stabbed into one of their fins.
This project was created in Scratch and it talks about a boy who thought he hd his math project, but was fooled, and it actually turns out, he lost it or in other words, he found out someone stole it. So, he starts to be suspicious of his friend, who comes late to math class, because apparently he had to go somewhere. Therefore, the boy goes where his friend went before class, and finds his math project there.
Setting - The school hallway, where lockers are located.
A young boy and his friend enter from stage left
What is wrong with the world and what can we do to make a difference? Well I believe before one can make a difference we would have to understand what is wrong and right. But how do we know what’s wrong and right? It should be essential knowledge, generally assumed to come from parental guidance, religion or legal instruction.
This interests me because i'm not sure if i'm able to accomplish my goals. I am sure i can but there is always the doubt that i might not be able to. Also things change about a person every so often my goals could change from now to even a year. Im still not sure on what my goals are but i have some ideas.
If birthmarks were a color, they would be black because they are in the past; it's not a good past, it just isn’t clear and you don’t know how you got it. Black would describe birthmarks because it's unknown and it's dark therefore you don’t know anything about it, you just know that it’s on your body and you don’t know how it got there or why it is there and what it means. If birthmarks were a math problem, it would be 2011 - ? = the day you died. But, if only you knew when the day you got it was.