Grade 10 “making water rocket” project | let your dream fly higher and further
Recently, the UTS-ers grade 10 have experienced memorable moments together with the project “Making Water Rocket”. Do you remember how high and far your water rockets flew?
By applying the knowledge and laws learned in Physics – the subject is highly applicable, grade 10 students have created water rockets with close objects such as recycled bottles, plumbing, duct tape, etc. with the guidance of Teacher Nguyen Anh Tri. Students not only finished their "spiritual work" but also decorated them with many colors and equipment such as wings, parachute, etc. UTS was so surprised by your creativity!
Throughout the project, UTS-ers both mastered theories and knew how to apply it in practice, as well as flexibly "emerge" in time before unexpected situations such as a glue didn’t work or the launcher could not move, etc. Especially, you know, UTS students coordinate teamwork very smoothly and they are very willing to help each other and other groups when their friends have any unwanted problem.
It's an interesting experience, isn't it UTS-ers? Hopefully, you will always keep your creativity and the spirit of learning to create more value. Be proud of that!