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Transcript: The mice have begun to work in the workshops. The workshops are very dangerous. Accidents keep happening. Many of the mice have injuries. The mice are scared to go to the work. The mice have to work a long time an don't get a lot of money. In the middle of the night, the rats destroy the workshops. The rats are afraid. Exposition The Industrial Revolution was a period in time that modernized society. Factories were built to mass produce goods faster to people who wanted the products. The Industrial Revolution spread across the world. By the 20th Century, America was the leading industrial nation. However, the working class people had low wages and their jobs were dangerous. Some people were afraid of the technology that was being used and they destroyed the factories. Falling Action The Industrial Revolution The rabbits begin to invent items that will help the mice. The mice have begun to work faster and harder. The rabbits built workshops for the mice to work. The mice can sell more products. Conclusion By: Mary Matya The workshops are safe to work in. The mice only have to work eight hours instead of the entire day. The inventions spread to the world. Lipidica became the top industrial nation in the world. The mice have safe jobs and money to spend. Iron Sailboat The mice wake up to find the workshop gone. It is rebuilt quickly. The mice don't want to work someplace dangerous. They hold demonstrations and parades so others know of the dangers. The parades and demonstrations are successful. Rising Action Climax Citation The mice live in Lipidica. The mice are very poor and live on farms. They don't make much money because they can only sell what they have grown or made. Staff. “Industrial Revolution.”, A&E Television Networks, 2009, Accessed 5 Apr. 2017.


Transcript: Origin of the Sailboat The Sailboat The Sailboat The first sailboat was made around 1300 BC The standard shape was square and made of cloth. It was very basic so they could do the basic things. It was very hard to stear and control so it was made for smooth sailing along the river. When was it invented? When was it invented? Picture Picture Who was it invented by? Who was it invented by? The sailboat was invented by the sumerians to mainly help get accross the Tigris and Euphrates river. The sailboat eventually turned into something bigger, they eventually made the sail boats bigger and able to carry more materials. At first it was just for people to get along the river then it was made for materials to be transfered. Picture Picture What was it used for? What was it used for? They mostly used the sailboat to fish in deep waters and explore new land. They found new food and things like that. At the start it was mainly used for transporting people up and down the two rivers but then it turned into transporting goods. How did it change the world? How did it change the world? It changed the world completely. We could travel the world, find new food and places to dicover and new climates. To find new cllimates it would open oppertunities to discover and create new things. Sailboats eventually transformed into bigger and brighter things. We still do use sailboats to travel but now they are more complex and easier to guide. From what sailboats were we got ideas to turn them in to huge spead boats that go over 60 mph. How is the sailboat used today? How is the sailboat used today? It has multiple purposes today. Some use boats for fishing. Some use them for sports. But a lot of people use boats in military sea combat to bring peace to the world. Each purpose is very important to the world we know today. Most of the time we use them for traveling the seas on vacation. Summary Summary In conclusion the sailboat was a very clever and useful invention. We have turned the sailboat into something very special. Here is a video that mostly sumarizes our project. Video Video

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Transcript: You can also try a challenging sailing app sponsored by Volvo Ocean Racing. Right... Videos (Note: you need to send in both the silver and gold results to get all 4 pts.) This exercise, like all tech exercises, is a team effort. Everyone is responsible for his/her own supplies and for his/her own ship. And everyone is responsible for helping his/her teammates and classmates to succeed as well. 1. Watch an inspiring video about Shackleton's ill-fated 1914 trip to the Antarctic on the research ship — Endurance. Sailboat Your main goal is to beat the other boat. If you can do that (or get a time less than 1:10), then you will get two points. You don't have to worry about most of these factors, but you do have to worry about shape. In fact, that is pretty much the only thing you have to think about: Hull designs are VERY complicated. Naval architects take a lot of factors into account when designing a boat: Reminder Supplies But we can't do that. Instead, let's design and build a sturdy hull that can be used for both a motorboat and a sailboat. And that is the problem that naval architects face. In fact, that is the problem that all designers face — balancing different design objectives. Think of motorboats and sailboats that you have seen. What shape will be stable when acted upon by external forces? And what shape will move through the water quickly? Teamwork The Goal 3. Watch a fun video by NOVA about mankind's never-ending quest to build faster and faster machines. Enjoy! Sail For Gold App 2. Watch an amazing video about Alain Thebault's attempt to set the speed record in his experimental trimaran — L'Hydoptere. Tech 04 That's more difficult than it sounds. The design objectives for these two boats are very different. > Piece of PVC plastic (for the hull) > Wooden dowel (for a mast) > Paper plate (for a sail) > Dental floss (for rigging) > Toothpicks (for belay pins) > Eye screws (for a cleat) No parrots? Where's the fun in that? To scour the seas in search of the Crown's treasure and to put scurvy dogs to the mast! > intended use > power source > desired payload > efficient shape > material strength The tough part is designing a motorboat hull that also works for a sailboat. A sailboat with a long skinny hull will tip over... and a short flat hull will get pushed sideways... and a deep "V" hull is heavy... How do you reconcile all these different design considerations? This is a pirate adventure, so if you want to wear a full pirate costume on the first day of the sailboat race that will be honored with a 2 pt bonus. (Note: no live parrots.) However, if you can get your time below 1:30, you will also get 2 pts. Or.. it could have a deep "V" hull — like a cigarette racer ! Your boat could be long and skinny — like a racing shell. Or... it could be short, flat, and stubby — like a hydroplane racer.

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