Spent the day learning some cool stuff from apple

iTunes u - learned how to create a voice recording on iPod ,,,, sync to MacBook ,,... Then using get info we changed to music and store as tune in new folder ,,,, then we sync back to iPod!

Used the calculator with tape view and used graphed on MacBook.

Looked at iPod apps. Number line is free

Numbers

Ugh

Steve script

GarageBand Script

By Peter Côté and Nicole Tullio
Ms. Rolley's 2nd Period Science Script

Speaker 1 
Hi, this is Speaker 1 and Speaker 2 for episode number three of the Green Acres podcast coming to you from City, State.
Speaker 2
In this special episode, we’ll be telling you about our class’ field trip to an organic farm called Slide Ranch. We wanted to learn about the importance of composting, and the role that it plays in the organic farming process. Let's hear from Farmer Nick, a worker at Slide Ranch.
<Stop recording for Farmer Nick interview>
Speaker 1
After the interview, we collected samples to bring back to our classroom to measure the CO2 levels of compost versus other types of soil. In this chart, you can see the results of our experiment.
Speaker 2
The red line represents the CO2 level of potting soil, the green line cactus soil, and the blue line represents compost. Cool
Speaker 1
So in addition to nutrients and minerals, plants also receive the most carbon dioxide from compost, a key ingredient in healthy photosynthesis.
Speaker 2
Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for listening to the Green Acres podcast, we hope you enjoyed this episode on composting. Check back for our next episode where we learn about growing organic foods at home!CopiedImage.png

iMovie Script

By Peter Côté and Nicole Tullio
Ms. Rolley's 2nd Period Science Script

Speaker 1 
Hi, this is Speaker 1 and Speaker 2 for episode number three of the Green Acres podcast coming to you from City, State.
Speaker 2
In this special episode, we’ll be telling you about our class’ field trip to an organic farm called Slide Ranch. We wanted to learn about the importance of composting, and the role that it plays in the organic farming process. Here’s what we learned.
<Pause for two seconds for farmer interview clips>
Speaker 1
Right after that, we collected samples to bring back to our classroom to measure the CO2 levels of compost versus other types of soil. In this chart, you can see the results of our experiment.
Speaker 2
The red line represents the CO2 level of potting soil, the green line represents cactus soil, and the blue line represents compost.
Speaker 1
So in addition to nutrients and minerals, plants also receive the most carbon dioxide from compost, a key ingredient in healthy photosynthesis.
Speaker 2
Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for listening to the Green Acres podcast, we hope you enjoyed this episode on composting. Check back for our next episode where we learn about growing organic foods at home!CopiedImage.png