Students from middle to high school share their learning at Exhibition in December of 2019.
[MUSIC PLAYING] We here have been researching coffee and cup like our different countries that we decided to do. And, we also chose the different style of coffee, like I chose Turkish coffee and he chose cold brew. And so, we started off with beans from our country and we roasted them up.
When you roast it, you put it on a hot plate outside and you have to keep it constantly moving, so that they don’t get burned and it cooks evenly. And the mild reaction happens, which is a browning effect that makes– that brings out the oils in the coffee and makes them taste better.
So this is my project. I was in a group of four people. I was in charge of creating the frame and the outside, it was cut into like four different types of jobs. One of them was like the stringing of the sine wave or the wave. And then, also the motor, in like wiring it and like cutting these on the TNC cutter. And so, yeah, I was in charge of creating the frame to cantilever, like bolting it up. We cut these on the hand saw, and we also did use a 3D printer to cut the on it.
Because as you can see, it’s like moving like this. And if you pull it out, it looks like a sine wave like this, but, we try to be creative and make it into a circle. So, it’s learning about like how this incorporates math, that was interesting.
For the [INAUDIBLE], for this semester, we reached out to organizations and work for them. And, I worked for Legal Aid Society, that’s the Legal Aid Society of San Diego. And pretty much, what their mission was to provide legal access, or legal access to low income residents for it’s civil cases. We created a primer for teachers that also want to teach students about legal. We did created a for students who to pretty much educate themselves and use that guideline to teach their students.
My summary of the project was, we use different techniques and skills and the arts to create an emotion or a feeling. My emotion was technically advanced, and I use phones, gameboys, radios, and all the things like that into like fish tanks to convey how far we’ve traveled, and, I really liked this project. It was fun to do. In the end, it taught me a lot about the job. So, in our project, we researched our neighborhoods. And, we found out– that we found an image and we traced it using the complete illustrator. And then, we used it as a cutter, and we cut out to make a light bulb.
Did you know that [INAUDIBLE] was developed in 1950s a residential suburb? Mainly, it was single story houses, and most of them still remains today.
Biochemistry class, with this project, we did a project with bar soap. This is because our skin is so very important, to maintain our skin. To make soap, most people from amateurs to world scale retailers use potassium hydroxide, which is also known as lye. But there are actually many different kinds of lye, though we use potassium hydroxide for its benefits of how well it works,