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Transcript of Bridge Project
Outcomes and Learning
After finishing the project, we learned how to construct a bridge using popsicle sticks, Elmer's glue, card board, and clothes pins. The outcome of the bridge was that it was compatible of hold up our testing weight (Alexandra, Paris, and Tamaria).
Team and Process Focus
First, we built the deck, by weaving it, using only popsicle sticks and Elmer's wood glue.
Second, we cut the card board in perfect figure for a bridge platform.
Third, we creatively constructed the piers by stacking popsicle sticks (opposite, to make more sturdy).
Fourth, we covered the card board with blue popsicle sticks, to look as if it actual water.
Research and Background
Bridges are very important because it prevents interference with another route.
It also provides a job for those who build bridges.
The first bridges were made naturally, by nature itself.
"Background Information for "Structures and Shapes"" Background Information for "Structures and Shapes" N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Oct. 2013.
Bridge as a Metaphor
Bridges are my life.
The cracks we pass,
are problems we had,
so we repair them,
to make us glad,
to let us know,
things will work,
through thick and thin,
or evils that lerk.
Ms. Jacobs Teacher
Mr. Harold Popsicle Sticks Purchaser
Alexandra Weaver and Planner
Tamaria Cutter (Popsicle sticks)
Paris Planner and Prezi Maker
TAP Building the Bridge