Juego finalizado – Scratch

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

These are my biology notes from August the 16th:

 

– Enzymes are all functional proteins.
They have only one function and are like a robot as they are always doing the same one.
– Amylades is an example of them and is found in saliva and in pancriatic juice.
It’s function is to break down the bonds in the molecules of starch.
– If a chemical ends qirh ase modt of the times it’s an enzyme.
– The chemicals which start with a name of other one it means that it’s the one in which they act on. For example amylase(it’s a protein because it ends on ase and it’s act on starch molecules because it starts with alm of “almidon”.
– What type of energy is found in the food we eat? Chemical energy.
– 100 grs of chocolate gives you more energy that 100 grs of apple as 1 gr of lipids gives you twice the amount of energy than 1 gr of carbohydrates.
– Balanced diet: Protein(growth/repair/energy), carbohydrates(energy), lipids(structural storage/energy), fibre/roughage, vitamins, minerals(calcium/potasium) and water.

Biology Note

These are my biology notes about August the 9th:

-Carbohydrates: Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen.
Monosaccharides. One sugar. Ex: Glucose.
Disaccharides. The storage is kept as sucrose.
Polysaccharides: In plants as starch and in animals as glycogen.
Storage of energy when they sre polysaccharides.
Body’s main sourfe of energy.

– Lipids: Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen.
One molecule of lipids gives you twice the amount of energy than one molecule of carbohydrates. Two types: Oils(are liquid and come from plants) and Fats(Are solid and come from animals).
– Proteins: Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen-Nitrogen-(Sulfure)
Are made of lon chains of smaller moleculles called amino acids.
Some of them are soluble in water(haemoglobin) and some are insoluble in water(keratin).
Many of the proteins obtained are used for making new cells and these ones are needed for growing, repairing.
Are needed to make antibodies(help to kill bacteria and viruses inside the body).
Plasma proteins are madr to keep liquid inside the body.

Diary Entry

Last class, our Language teacher Pilar told us to write a diary entry, about the story we have just read, called «An eye For an Eye». This is my diary entry.

October the 28th – At eleven o’clock Sir Matthew, Mr Casson and Hugh Witherington entered the room. When they arrived I felt confident, as Mr Casson seemed quite convinced as I had previously told him that I was innocent, that I couldn’t have killed my husband, because I had been blinded and also due to my registration to the local hospital at the same time of his death. Sir Matthew was going to be my defence counsel and appeared to be more of a professional lawyer. This, firstly triggered relief as I knew I would be well represented. However, when I realised he had some questions to ask, and that he distrusted my innocence, I felt nervous and edgy. Despite this fact, I continued with my plan, fixing my sight and denying all possible accusation which could prevent my innocent. I restored my faith as I slowly remained gaining their trust, but I knew it was going to be difficult for them to give up. The questionnaire seemed to reach it´s end and Sir Matthew to feel a little convinced, but they wouldn’t give up easily. Witherington took out his glass-made eye out of his socket, polished it and put it back on his left eye. I turned to see the situation and quickly remembered my duty of a fixed view, but it was too late, I could see Matthew´s smile and feel my failure and disappointment. I´m now evaluating my chances and my best option, unluckily, seems to be a plea of guilty to manslaughter.

Descripciones de Lengua

En las últimas dos clases de Lengua, nuestra profesora de Lengua nos pidió que escribamos 2 descripciones, una de un ambiente o un lugar y otra de un personaje de nuestro libro «Los días del venado»

Descripción de Kupuka
Kupuka es el brujo de la tierra, el cual llegó, al pueblo Husihuilke con un objetivo principal, el de transmitirle a Dulkancellin que él sería el encargado de representar a su pueblo en la difícil decisión que se debía tomar. Previamente apareció en la historia, tratando de salvar, aportando todos sus recursos, entre ellos sus medicinas y hechizos, para salvar a Shampalwe de la muerte. Esto, junto con su compromiso con la familia de Kush, muestra que es honesto. Es un hombre anciano, con mucha experiencia. Se destaca mucho en la magia, el aspecto que él abarca como brujo. Kupuka es un personaje sabio y a la vez misterioso, al cual no siempre se le entienden sus acciones. Sin embargo, su sabiduría y conocimiento hace que estas siempre sean las correctas. Es muy respetado por las personas que lo rodean, en especial por la familia de Dulkancellin. También llegó como un mensajero para prevenir la llegada de un zitzahay, llamado Cucub. Kupuka tiene un cabello largo y blanco, el cual siempre está atado con un cordel. Además, su rostro es delgado lleno de arrugas que demuestran la experiencia del brujo. Siempre suele llevar un cinto que cuelga de su cintura, en el cual guarda un tallo oscuro.

Descripción de Los Confines
La tierra de los confines abarca en el sureste de las tierras fértiles y se compone por sectores más pequeños como Wilú-Wilú, Paso del Tambor y Paso Olvidado. En el lugar vive el pueblo husihuilke, en el cual abarca mayormente la historia, así como el pueblo de los Lulus. Parece ser un lugar tranquilo y pacífico, con gente amable y donde la vida se organiza con lo que ellos consiguen. Sus habitantes son trabajadores y con mucha dedicación, como Dulkancellin. Tiene muchos bosques y no mucha protección en las aldeas y casas, demostrando que es también un lugar seguro, donde no parece haber robos o saqueos.

Activity of Langugage

Last class, we started some activities related to the story we read, called «An Eye For An Eye». I worked with Tomas Braun and Francisco Montoya. These are our activities.

AN EYE FOR AN EYE:

 

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.

 

  • Matthew: Hello Mrs. Banks, my name is Matthew Roberts, I´m going to be your defence 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 as 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 disember 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 everyday, 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 were 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)