What Obstacles did you face while working in this project? How did you Persevere?
For my project, on Ancient Rome and Rome today. I had a couple of obstacles that I persevered, 1st one is the model. For my Model I needed clay, I had to go to 4 different stores to find clay. My second obstacle is finding good websites, I couldn't really find a "good" website to find the research I wanted to find.
What was the most Important learning for you and why?
For me, I think the Time Line was very important to learn, because the Time Line tells you a lot about (your) civilization. I also think Learning about their culture is very important as well, because you will get to learn about their beliefs and the gods they pray to, and lots of interesting traditions!
How did you go above and beyond on the criteria for your learning?
I made a model and did research of the Chariot which was not in my criteria, and I did that because I didn't really understand what a Chariot was and why they had it, and if I don't quite understand it, my audience might not as well. Also, the model of the Chariot, got my audience engadged, which I love!
I have a mixed answer, if the museum should keep the artifact or if the owner should. I think that the museum should keep the artifact because they would put the Artifact to use, and it isn't just buried or lying around. I also think that the owner should keep the artifact because the owner should know where it is and if the artifact got stolen from the museum, it would be the owners fault for letting them keep it. So I think it should be in the owners hands so that they can take care of it. But I guess the museum has lots of security people and it's probably never going to get stollen but it is a possibility! Also in article 12, it says that the owner has all rights to the Artifact, so the owner could have it if they wanted it. But the museum wants to get scientists to dig deeper and find more stuff about the artifact. But the owner could notice something's that the scientist couldn't, like if something changed with there cultural appearance. Those are my points for our debate today.