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Publicado em 29/08/2013

PROJETO CURIOSIDADES

Turmas da Professora Larissa Cordeiro Kress

O Projeto de mês foi escrever sobre curiosidades gerais. Cada grupo desenvolveu um tema estudado em sala de aula. Todas estas curiosidades estão expostas em mural na entrada da escola.
Algumas delas são as seguintes:

* 2,800 pizzas would be needed to form a tower height of the Tower of Pisa.

* The world's largest sandwich was prepared promotionally two British companies, the McVities manufacturer of biscuits, and Marks & Spencer store in August 1999. The snack was made with a bread square of side 2.13 m. Just filling, were 34.29 cm of pure pulp tuna with cucumber.

* The human hand has 27 bones and 35 muscles.

* Giraffes have no vocal chords.

* The toothbrushes are used more blue than red.

* The fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than the foot.

* The microwave was invented when a scientist crossed a radar and a chocolate melted in his pocket.

* Dolphins sleep with one eye open.

* The on ly countries that begin with an "A" and not just an "A" is Afghanistan and Azerbaijan.

* Laugh during the day makes you sleep better at night.

* A person blinks about 25,000 times per day.

* Why the chickens do not fly?
It is likely that many people have already asked yourself why the chickens do not fly if they have wings. This answer is simpler than we can imagine: the chickens do not fly because of their weight. The domestic chicken is very heavy, it is raised in captivity for the production of eggs and poultry meat. These animals are subject to a form of creation that helps to increase your weight. Another problem is that these birds farm lay eggs every day, a fact that also increases the weight of these animals.

* Pac-Man character was inspired by pizza Pac-Man was created by Tohru Iwatani, designer of games from Namco in Japan in 1980. The character was conceived during a dinner between friends, inspired by a pizza with a slice missing. His original name, soon abandoned by the company, was Puck-Man. The name change was decided to avoid "Puck" turned a pun wicked among English speakers.

* Im USA there has been created a printer that is able to inycet cells in our body to regenerate our skin and cure abmage in the skin.

* A couple has won a new record. They're been 40 hours on the phone withouth stopping, keeping a sensible conversation without reading newspaper articles or books and silence could not last more than sixty seconds.

* The average human has 100,000 hair strands while otters hair 160,000 hairs per square contimenter.

* The jaw joint is the most commonly used in the human body.

* Your skin renews itself completely every 28 days.

* An average lifetime, a person will walk the equivalent of live times around the Equator.

* CHER LLOYD
The first thing most people want to know about Cher Lloyd is, 'What does the music sound like?' Then it's 'What's she really like?' To kill the proverbial bind with the proverbial stone, it/she is dynamic, determined, funny, outspoken, totally inimitable, incredibly astute and really very enjoyable to spend time with.
After the X Factor, Cher was soon snapped up by Simon Cowell's record label, Syco. But rather than propel her down an obvious pop route, they encouraged Cher to follow her musical instincts. It was a fascination with discovering new music that led Cher to her career path of choice. Tuning into stations like 1Xtra and Youtube phenomenon SB:TV, the Worcester bom singer was instinctively interested in seeking out new sounds .
After surfing the net for hours checking out blogs, digital radio and Youtube, she stumbled across people doing their own versions of songs, which sparked her own innate interested in performing. Inspired by UK underground acts like JME, Wiley and Bashy as well as established Americans artists like Nicki Minaj, Gwen Stefani, Fergie and Lil Wayne, Cher decided that she wanted to be singer who also rapped and began practicing relentlessly at home in her bedroom.
Cher is undoubtedly the poster child for alternative urban pop this summer. Balancing the fine line between commercial and credible, the genre-baiting, tempo-twisting first single, "Swagger Jagger", with its nagging nursery rhime motif, euphoric airhorns and playfully assertive wordplay, introduces Cher as someone who might have one eye on the charts but who is also unafraid to experiment.
Her debut album will reflect her multi-talented approach; as well as uptempo dub tracks, you can also expect suing-through power pop ballads that perfectly showcase Cher's vocal ability.
Creating an album that quite brilliantly yet succinctly, the as-yet-untitled debut delivers on both upbeat pop smashes and punchy urban panache.
Cher has been involved in the creating of the album, co-writing on every track and attending sessions in the US, UK and Sweden. Despite working with huge hitmakers, she refused to be intimated, and was keen to ensure her ideas were put across. "At first I was scared by all these big producers, and going on my own to America was quite daunting. But now it's like 'Actually, i've got the chance to be here, so why be so afraid?'
"Each and every track is different; it's just a massive amount of variety, " Cher decides. "It's like I've got a music box and there's wild things popping out all over the place. You could describe it as 'Swag Pop', but I'd also describe it as 'Grit-Ya-Teeth' as well," she laughs Cher's debut single Swagger Jagger is available to download.
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