thier are 3 tipes of leavers
I think you need to write more things about levers.
I meant that you need to include the first,second,and third class levers.
I would be nice if you write more about levers
I mean it would be nice if you wrote more about the levers
I think you needed to write a little more
Think you need to write more
Next time write more
Good job Will .i think you should just put a little more Description on levers
Good job. But maybe next time you could describe the classes of leavers. And add some more facts about what you know about levers.
Great job will but write a little bit more
Mabie explan what class 1 class2 and class 3 levers are
You wrote maybe wrong
In class 1 lever the fulcron is in the middle and the load in on one side and the effort force is on the other side.The class 2 the fulcron is on one side and the load is on the middle and effort force is on the other side.The class 3 fulcron the fulcron is on one side and the load is in the middle and effort force is on the other side
Good description but next time maybe add a conclusion.
A lever is a machanical advantage by changing the direction of the force you use.When you use effort force to push or pull an object in one direction it travels in the over direction.
You should’ve wrote more about the three types of levers
Nice description on levers, just remember to include the three classes of levers
Nice work. I think it was great. Just remember that there is three different types of levers
Good job at explaining what a lever is
Next time you should mention more about where you can see levers and what can you use levers for
You should also talk about the three different types of levers first class second class and third class
Levers are simple machines. Levers are like a sea saw,they both have a fulcrums. Another type of lever is something you can pull down on.
It would be nice lf you wrote more about the 3 levers
It would be nice lf you wrote more about the 3 levers
I think you should list more examples about the three different types of levers
A lever is a very interesting spy tool there are three kinds of levers. All types of levers have a fulcrum. A first class lever the fulcrum is in the middle. The load is one one side and you push down and the load goes up.
Lever can help lift heavy objects like cinder bricks and let people use less energy
Nice effort James. Remember to include with Levers that there are three different classes of Levers.
Good job James but next time include that there are 3 types of levers
Good Job James next time use a concluding sentence
You should tell use more
Did you know that levers make heavy items use less force to lift? Yup,levers are very useful because they help is lift load. But levers aren't only used for work, they can also be used for fun, like a see-saw or catapults! There are 3 types of levers: First Class, Second Class, and Third Class.
You should do like one more sent me and explane what the different lever classes do and there good parts and bad parts But you did a perrty good Job but you can do more
You did good but you did not exclaim why each class did.
you did explain how there are 3 types of levers but you didnt explain how each one works
Great job on your paragraph,but I think you should describe what the three different types of levers are
Good job Zay! Maybe next time you should give a conclusion and talk about the fulcrum, load, and how each class of levers is meant for different uses. Other than these small mistakes, you did great.
Have you ever heard about leavers, there a device that help people lift objects that are to heavy to carry by hand. I think levers reduce the weight, when you push/pull on one side with out stuff on it, it will feel lighter the if u pick it up with your hands, if you use effort force to push/pull in one direction, the load travels in the other direction.
Good beginning but you should add more information, and check for spelling and punctuation.
You did good but I think you need to be more specific on which type of lever you are talking about.
Hi Mischa 😘😘
Great job Arison but you got to add more details
A second class lever is when the fulcrum is one side, and the load is in the middle you push up on the side opposite to the fulcrum and the load will go up
This is what I know about levers. I think levers can disguise themselves in many different ways. There are three different types of levers;first class, second class, and third class levers. First class levers, such as a seesaw, have the fullcrum between the effort and the load. Second class levers, such as a bottle opener, have the load between the effort and the fullcrum. Third class levers, such as a fishing rod, have the effort between the load and the fullcrum. For my conclusion, I think there are three types of levers.
This is good because you added a lot of info, but have a bit of run on sentences, and you had a good starting sentence. :)
I think what you said was very smart, it was also nice that you used a conclusion.
But I think you should have told everyone how it actually works.
Jasmine Grace Eastrella Herrmann😜
I think you should work on your topic sentence it should interest the reader, and also your conclusion should have a short explanation of what you wrote in your paragraph.
A lever is a simple machine, it makes things easier to lift and lower,
The first class lever: when you use force to push or pull in one direction, the load travels the other way.
The second class lever:when you use force going one way, the load travels the same way
Good job, but I wish it was more clear and that it had more info like what a third class lever is and some more stuff on what you wrote.
Grace your a great sudent i said with zayands post you can do more But you told use what the lever classes do it was a god job
It was good but you need to explain the third class lever.
Good job , next time add a bit more so I can understand it better.
Next time take do something to do with class 3
I liked how you included what is a lever, but you didn't talk about the third class lever :)
Levers are a simple machine that can help lift things. Levers have a fulcrum, a fulcrum is an object that is most commonly used in the middle of the lever. There are three types of levers, one like a seesaw , another like a bottle opener. The last one has a similar setup to a fishing rod.In conclusion levers are a simple machine that has three different types.
I really liked that you had some good detail, but your conclusion was kinda short. Also, you could have done more detail about the three types of levers. :)
Good job but remember to add an conclusion.
Awesome job makella! Next time I would give an example on what a lever is, other wise awesome job
Great job! In the future go i to more detail.
This is what I know about levers. I know that a lever needs effort,load, and a fulcrum. Levers help lift things that might be to heavy to lift. Levers makes things easier to lift, so if you we're to lift a dictionary without a lever it would be harder then with a lever.There can be 3 types of levers and that is what I know about levers.
I like how you compared using a lever to using you hands
I like that you put a lot of info and that you gave an example on how lever can help you lift things, although I think you could of done a better topic sentence and concluding sentence. I also wish you gave more info about the different types a levers, but good job overall.
I like how you used a dictionary as an example of a lever.
Gracie that doesn’t make any sense
i like it how he explains the fulcrum and effort and load
Up down. Up down. Have you ever played on a see-saw? A see-saw is a class 1 leaver. The spring is called a fulcrum. Leavers are used every day. For example, see-saws, wheelbarrows, and fishing rods are all leavers. A leaver is made with a bar-like item resting on a fulcrum. On a see-saw, the fulcrum is always in the middle. To conclude, a leaver is composed of a bar with a fulcrum that the bar rests on.
Very good interduction and examples however you should put the three different classes.Over all it was great and the examples where great.
That was not me,!!!
Your expanation on a first class lever is good but you did not talk about the 3rd and 4th class levers. :)
ooopppppss 2nd & 3rd
There is no forth class lever.
You have a good beginning and conclusion, but you should write an example for the class 2 & 3 lever.
Great job but. You could maybe explain more about the three classes of levers next time.
The third class lever. On the third class lever the fulcrum is one side and the load is on the other. When you push the middle of the lever up the load will go up.
Good but maybe next time you could add something about the 2nd and 1st class lever.
This is my paragraph on Levers. I think that Levers are a tool that lifts load by pushing down on the opposite side. A Lever can help you lift some thing heavey. If you where to lift something it would take more effort but if you where to use a Lever you could push down and your load would come up. Second class levers carry things on its left side and third class levers carry things on the right. In conclusion I think that in sometimes levers can be helpful.
I think it was long and good you said want the classes do but you can do more in deall
Nice Veer,but next time I think that you should give us an example of a lever
There are six types of simple machines this phargrah is on levers. There are 3 types of levers if the valcrum is in the middle then you need same amount of force. Levers help use pick things up a frat class lever gives you the power of by letting you change the force easy. A second class lever give you power to make less efferent to push an heavy object. Fanily a threed class lever give you power to increase your speed. SPY VEER OUT
Good job veer but you have lots of spelling errors.
I like how you said that there was six simple machines
Great effort Veer! Besides a few spelling/grammar mistakes, it was very informative. Maybe next time you should mention why certain levers give speed, while others give you more power. Other than those small errors, you did great!
I don’t understand what spy veer out means
IT MeANS that I'm done talking
All levers make it easier to lift things by giving you a mechanical advantage. Levers can disguise them selves so you must keep your eyes peeled. Did you know a se saw is a lever.
You wrote seesaw wrong
Write a bit more because it’s really short!
“erinthegreat” I did write more farther up
There are many simple machines. A lever is one of these objects. The way a lever works is the load is on one end and the effort on the other. There are three different types of levers,first class second class and third class. Levers are made for lifting heavy loads and for work,but they can also be used for fun, like when you are riding a tetter totter!
I liked the way you encorparated some examples, like a see saw. I think you should have put a conclusion.:)
Good job but you need to have a conclusion.
Nice work! Next time include the different classes of levers.
Very good.However the two first sentences were short so maybe next time put a comma.The conclusion was great and the paragraph included a good understanding of levers.
Levers. They are simple machines that can appear in three different forms. Levers are everywhere, they are masters of disguise that appear in our everyday lives. They can be teeter-totters, they can be used to move heavy loads easier, etc. A lever consists of a fulcrum,
an effort force, a load, and a something strait and hard laid on top of the fulcrum. In conclusion they are simple machines, disguiseable, and they have three different variants, there are 1st, 2nd, and 3rd class levers, where the load, effort force, and fulcrum are interchanged.
That phargrah was long and great But you should have told use what the 3 classes do But you did a great job but you are using penny words
There are six different simple machines,and one is the lever.The lever is a bar that rests on a fulcrum.The lever was made to lift load easier.In total there are three things you need to make a lever,this is what they are, they are a bar,a fulcrum,and effort force to lift the load.Also there are three different types of levers,however each class involves a fulcrum,a bar,and of course effort force.You might be wondering how there is three different types of levers,because when you think of a lever you autimadically think of the first-class so I will describe them.The first-class lever has a fulcrum in the middle,the load on the far right,and the effort force on the far left.The second-class lever has the fulcrum on the left,the load in the middle,and the effort force on the right.The third-class has the fulcrum on the far right,the load on the far left,and the effort force in the middle.In conclusion simple machines are very useful,and can hardly be noticed.So keep an eye out for other simple machines because they are masters of disguise.
I love your paragraph it explains everything clearly, you should work on a better explanation for the conclusion though good job
There are six simple machines in all. We will be looking a the lever. Levers are things that have a fulcrum at the left side, the right side, or the middle. There are three types of levers. First, second, and third Class levers. The first class lever has the fulcrum in the middle, the load on the right, and the effort on the left hand side, going down. A first class levergives you a mechanical advantage by changing the direction of the force you use. A second class lever has a fulcrum at the right side, the load in the middle, and the effort on the left going up. A second class lever gives you a mechanical advantage by allowing you to use less effort force to lift an object. A third class lever has the fulcrum on the left side, the load on the right side, and the effort on the middle going up. A third class lever gives you a mechanical advantage by increasing the speed and distance you are able to move the load. In concluson, I learned a lot about levers in this lesson.
Good job Tasha , but maybe next time add some examples so it’s easier to understand .
You did a good job Tasha, but you need a better conclusion.
Add examples please........👍🏻
Thank you, Sarah, Makella, and Mischa for the feedback
a first-class lever gives you a mechanical advantage by changing the direction of the force you.
when you use effort to push or pull one direction the load travels in the other direction
Good job Will! Remember to include Class 2 and 3 levers.
Include that there are 3 types of levers
You could’ve wrote more about the three types of levers
Good job but you need to include second and third class levers.
Levers are all around us. Some examples are pop can openers, crowbars and our own bodies! There are 3 types of levers. Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3. Levers can give you more force or more distance, depending on where you apply your force.
Good job but next time add a conclusion.
Your right. Thank you for your feedback.
Maybe you could’ve wrote more about the three types of levers
Well done! In the future add examples.
Great job! I really like your paragraph because it explained a lot about levers. The only thing I can say is that you forgot to do your concluding sentence.
Levers are one of the simpler simple machines. There are class one, two, and three. The first class is the most common, where the fulcrum is in the middle, and the load is close to the edge. And the effort would be on the opposite side of the load. Next, is the second class lever. When the fulcrum is on one side, so the whole lever is diagonal. And the load would be on the centre of the lever, then the effort would be on the opposite side of the levers fulcrum. The last type of lever is the third class. So the fulcrum would be on a side, just like the second class, and the load would on the other side. And the effort would be in the middle, but a tiny bit closer to the load, so the effort goes to the load and not the fulcrum. The fulcrum is the balance point of a lever that makes the load go down if it is heavier than the strength of the effort. The load is the weight of an object that is on the lever. A load could be anything that has mass and volume. The effort is a force that pushes, pulls, or lifts.
Lots of good information, but try to work on the conclusion.
Good description but you should put in a concluding sentence at the end.
This is what I know about levers.There are three diffrent types of levers.All levers consist of a bar resting on or against a fulcrum.The first class lever is like a lever is like a see saw.The fulcrum is in the middle,the load is on one side and the effort is on the other.The second class lever is like a bottle opener,it has the load in the middle,and the effort and fulcrum on either side.The third class lever has the effort between the load and the fulcrum,like a fishing rod.In conclusion there are three types of levers that help you move heavy loads.
I think you should explain more about the load and effort and the fulcrum
Well done Sarah O
Next time mabey mention more about where the fulcrum the effort and the load is on each type of lever
You could also list next time what types of things levers usually lift
Other than that you did very well👍
This is what I know about levers.Levers can pull objects up and down. Think of a seesaw,it can pull the person up and down. The people use force on the lever to make it go up and down. Levers can be used for many different things. A lever has a fulcrum a load and an effort force. Your weight is the effort force. Your friend is the resistance force. If the oppisite person weighs 50 pounds,then you need to push down with 50 pounds. In conclusion that is what I think a lever is
A lever does not pull the load it would push it. Not sure if it was a typo. I liked your conections to a se saw. Other than pull/push thing,good work. :)
Very well done Isabelle I liked your effort you put in to this,and how you just about mentioned everything remember for next time to list the three different types of levers, first class, second class, and third class.Well done👍
Good job , I’m not sure about the push pull and maybe talk about the three types . Other wise awesome work.
Good work! Next time include the classes of levers.
Like the effort you put into it but you only talked about class1 not class 2 or 3
Tell use where the vullcrum is from the class 1 2 and 3 lever and
We see levers in our everyday lives. A great example of a lever is a teeter totter. Teeter totters have a fulcrum in the middle, a load on one end, and the effert on the other. Teeter totters are great if your the same weight as the person on the other end, but if you aren’t the fulcrum would have to be closer to the person that is heavier. There are two other types of levers. A type two lever where the fulcrum is on one end, the load on the other, and the effort in the middle. A type three lever is where the fulcrum is also on the end, but the load is in the middle, and the effort is on the end. In conclusion, levers are in our everyday life, but in three diffrent forms.
I like it how he explained everything and had examples like teeter totter and bottle opener
There are 6 types of simple machines, and the one I'm typing about is the lever. There are 3 different types of levers first-class lever, second-class lever and third-class lever. Levers are made of a bar and fulcrum, first-class levers have the fulcrum is the middle of the bar. The second-class lever has the fulcrum near the end of the bar, and the third-class lever has the fulcrum at the end of the bar. An example of a first-class lever is a seesaw, an example of a second-class lever is a bottle opener and an example of a third-class lever is a fishing rod. If you were on a seesaw you are the effort force on one side and on the other side your friend would be the resistance. In conclusion there are three types of levers and levers help push a load up.
I like it how she added all three levers and examples like a seasaw and bottle opener
Awesome work I like how you added examples , but I’m not sure about the push and load, part.
Levers! Did you know there are three types of levers!? The first class lever has a fulcrum in the middle which is what a lever pivots on. Then the load goes on one end and then the effort goes on the opposite end. The second class lever has the fulcrum on one end and the load on the opposite end finally you apply the effort in the middle. Lastly the third class lever has the fulcrum in the same spot as the second class lever but the load is in the middle and the effort is on the opposite end as the fulcrum!
Great job. U seem 2 know a lot about the classes of levers
It is long you should have told use want are the good parts and bad of all the. Lever classes but you did you told use where the valecrum is
Good explanation so far but check for spelling and punctuation, you should also add a conclusion.
The lever is one of six simple machines you can use, It can make it easier to move a load, there are 3 classes or levers. Each class does different types of work, Levers require a fulcrum, force and load, They make lifting objects much easier,
I like what you wrote but it would be great if you wrote a bit about the fulcrum and the load and the force
Wow! Good job!
Next time try to explained how these levers work.
Otherwise it was perfect!
Think you could’ve given more examples of the three types of levers
That was great Nicholas. Just one little tweak, I think that you should have gave us an example on levers, but that was great
Nick I think your ago of sudent next time use more righting
Good effort Nick! Next time you should say a little bit more about the load, fulcrum and about where you need to apply force on each type of lever.
Remember to tell us a bit more! Nice try nick!
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.