The greatest science project ever.
by, 29th September 2012 at 03:29 AM (424 Views)
So me and my friend have successfully integrated Pokemon into science class.
Earlier today, at least 100 eighth graders(including myself) went on a field trip to take a 4-mile hike across a crater floor. And getting down to the crater? At LEAST a mile. Same goes for coming back up. Yay.
I don't really exercise... so that was hell for me...
For this field trip, there was an extra credit assignment. Create your own science project, that involves the environment in and around the crater. As usual, I kinda said 'meh' and couldn't think up of anything for the extra credit.
Until my friend came up to me with the greatest idea for a science project.
By studying the surrounding environment, determine how well various Rock-type Pokemon would live.
me: HELLZ YEAH!
Science teacher: Okay.(accepts project)
My friend wants to take a bunch of pictures, and do only 3 evolutionary lines. I wanted to do at least 5, but I don't think that would fit on a poster-board, so, whatevs.
Eventually, we decided to do 3 different evolution lines.
One that we are definitely going to do is Roggenrola's evolutionary line.
We might do Geodude's evolutionary line, MAYBE Nosepass and Probopass, but that's unlikely. I'm hoping for all 3-stage evolution lines.
Our background research is Pokedex entries and game locations. And maybe the anime.
This is going to be so much fun.
Thanks for reading,
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