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Thursday, June 15

  1. page Engineering Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington H…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington High School
    6-15-17: This shall be the last day of the blog. Students who come to class shall still continue to engage in activities such as films, demonstrations, games, experiments, breakdown and setup of the classroom, and relaxation. Grades are in. Keep in touch. Enjoy the summer. It was a good year - Mr. Applebaum
    6-14-17: We played chess.
    6-13-17: With the short period due to noon time dismissal, we assembled a blowing self-propelled cart from an old vacuum cleaner or otherwise relaxed.
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    11:47 am
  2. page Chem Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Chemistry Class for the 2016-17 school year at George Washington Hi…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Chemistry Class for the 2016-17 school year at George Washington High School.
    6-15-17: This shall be the last day of the blog. Students who come to class shall still continue to engage in activities such as films, demonstrations, games, experiments, breakdown and setup of the classroom, and relaxation. Grades are in. Keep in touch. Enjoy the summer. It was a good year - Mr. Applebaum
    6-14-17: We prepared then performed the wax fireball demonstration learning why you should not put out grease/oil fires with water.

    6-13-17: With a hot day and early dismissal, we relaxed and played chess. I also announced the wax fireball demonstration in in the courtyard outside door two tomorrow at noon (Invite your friends).
    6-12-17: We continued with discussions about encryption, the life and death of Alan Turing, and the background of the WWII German enigma machine We continued watching "The Imitation Game", pausing for discussions about technical, historical, political and social aspects of the events presented. We got to 50:46.
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    11:46 am
  3. page Physical Science - Spring Block 2017 edited This is the blog for my 20-week Spring Block Physical Science class at George Washington High Schoo…
    This is the blog for my 20-week Spring Block Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 2016-17 school year.
    6-15-17: This shall be the last day of the blog. Students who come to class shall still continue to engage in activities such as films, demonstrations, games, experiments, breakdown and setup of the classroom, and relaxation. Grades are in. Keep in touch. Enjoy the summer. It was a good year - Mr. Applebaum
    6-14-17: We completed the film, "The Imitation Game" and had technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film. I showed and demonstrated a record player in the classroom and compared it to an encryption devise. I played, from vinyl record, Blue Oyster Cult's song hit titled, "Don't Fear the Reaper". We watched an SNL parody of that song, more popularly referred to by the catch phrase, "More Cowbell".
    6-13-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 34:14.
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    11:46 am
  4. page Physical Science Blog 2016-17 edited This is the blog for my 40-week Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 201…
    This is the blog for my 40-week Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 2016-17 school year.
    6-15-17: This shall be the last day of the blog. Students who come to class shall still continue to engage in activities such as films, demonstrations, games, experiments, breakdown and setup of the classroom, and relaxation. Grades are in. Keep in touch. Enjoy the summer. It was a good year - Mr. Applebaum
    6-14-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 57.06 when a record player was shown on screen. I stopped the film there and discussed that technology. I showed and demonstrated a record player in the classroom. We compared it to an encryption devise.
    6-13-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 34:14.
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    11:46 am

Wednesday, June 14

  1. page Engineering Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington H…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington High School
    6-14-17: We played chess.
    6-13-17: With the short period due to noon time dismissal, we assembled a blowing self-propelled cart from an old vacuum cleaner or otherwise relaxed.
    6-12-17: We discussed fallout shelters and began watching 'Blast from the Past (1999)"
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    10:50 am
  2. page Physical Science - Spring Block 2017 edited This is the blog for my 20-week Spring Block Physical Science class at George Washington High Schoo…
    This is the blog for my 20-week Spring Block Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 2016-17 school year.
    6-14-17: We completed the film, "The Imitation Game" and had technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film. I showed and demonstrated a record player in the classroom and compared it to an encryption devise. I played, from vinyl record, Blue Oyster Cult's song hit titled, "Don't Fear the Reaper". We watched an SNL parody of that song, more popularly referred to by the catch phrase, "More Cowbell".
    6-13-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 34:14.
    9-12-17: We discussed Dual Enrollment. Here is the link fr the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/C46EwG7IBsceQ4VI3 We continued with discussions about encryption, the life and death of Alan Turing, and the background of the WWII German enigma machine We continued watching "The Imitation Game", pausing for discussions about technical, historical, political and social aspects of the events presented.
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    7:36 am
  3. page Physical Science Blog 2016-17 edited This is the blog for my 40-week Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 201…
    This is the blog for my 40-week Physical Science class at George Washington High School for the 2016-17 school year.
    6-14-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 57.06 when a record player was shown on screen. I stopped the film there and discussed that technology. I showed and demonstrated a record player in the classroom. We compared it to an encryption devise.
    6-13-17: We continued with technical, historical, political and social discussions related to events and topics presented in the film, "The Imitation Games" and continued watching the film, pausing for those discussions. We got to 34:14.
    6-12-17: We continued with discussions about encryption, the life and death of Alan Turing, and the background of the WWII German enigma machine We continued watching "The Imitation Game", pausing for discussions about technical, historical, political and social aspects of the events presented. We got to 14:39.
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    7:32 am

Tuesday, June 13

  1. page Engineering Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington H…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington High School
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    time dismissal, We played chess andwe assembled a blowing self-propelled cart from an old vacuum cleaner or otherwise relaxed.
    6-12-17: We discussed fallout shelters and began watching 'Blast from the Past (1999)"
    6-9-17: Classes attended the kickball game.
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    9:15 am
  2. page Engineering Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington H…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Engineering Class for the 2016-7 school year at George Washington High School
    6-13-17: With the short period due to noon time dismissal, We played chess and otherwise relaxed.
    6-12-17: We discussed fallout shelters and began watching 'Blast from the Past (1999)"
    6-9-17: Classes attended the kickball game.
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    9:14 am
  3. page Chem Blog 2016-17 edited This is the Blog for my 40-week Chemistry Class for the 2016-17 school year at George Washington Hi…
    This is the Blog for my 40-week Chemistry Class for the 2016-17 school year at George Washington High School.
    6-13-17: With a hot day and early dismissal, we relaxed and played chess. I also announced the wax fireball demonstration in in the courtyard outside door two tomorrow at noon (Invite your friends).
    6-12-17: We continued with discussions about encryption, the life and death of Alan Turing, and the background of the WWII German enigma machine We continued watching "The Imitation Game", pausing for discussions about technical, historical, political and social aspects of the events presented. We got to 50:46.
    6-9-17: I showed photos from last night's senior prom. After a discussion about encryption, the life and death of Alan Turing, and the background of the WWII German enigma machine We began watching "The Imitation Game", pausing for discussions about technical, historical, political and social aspects of the events presented.
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    7:03 am

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