What is your favorite animal? Please explain the animal in detail. What does it look like? Where does it live? What does it eat? Explain its habits.
1. Has anyone ever traveled to the center of the Earth?
2. How far down have people traveled and for what purposes?
3. Would you like to travel to the center of the Earth? Why?
4. If you were to travel to the center of the Earth, what supplies or machinery do you think would be necessary to survive?
Explain how you could use population data to predict the population in your state in 2020. Do you you think the population will increase or decrease? Why?
Tell me, what do you want to be when you grow up? Give three or more reasons why you would like to have this job and why you think you'd be good at it. Do you know anyone with this job? What might you need to do get a job like this?
Confucius was quite the teacher. In fact, his teachings became the moral code for China. He had multiple lessons that we still refer to today (see p. 139 in your text). Pretend that you are one of Confucius's students, and you'd like to add to his teachings. What is lesson you'd like to add to better humanity that isn't included on p. 139? Explain your lesson in a minimum of three sentences.
In five to eight sentences, describe a time when you have had a bias in a comment below.
In three sentences or more, tell me, why do YOU think studying astronomy is important? What has been the most exciting thing you've learned about in science this year?
Do you believe there could be life somewhere else in the universe? If so, what do you think the 'life' is like? Is it intelligent? Would it resemble humans? Are they kind? Do you think we will ever discover or make contact with them? If you don't believe, why not?
Explain in a comment what you found out in your research of harvest and super moons.