The making of a scientist class 10 Chapter 6 English Footprints without Feet summary
The making of a scientist class 10 summary
The making of a Scientist was written By Robert. W. Peterson this prose is about a renowned scientist Richard Ebright who was a bright yet curious child from the early years of his life. he was very fond of collecting butterflies and when he was in second grade, he had already collected 25 species of butterflies in his home town.
His mother always encouraged him in his efforts and gifted him a book named the travels of Monarch x. the book was a turning point in his life as it opened the world of science to him. it explained how monarch butterflies would migrate to central American and made him more eager to explore about the species.
Soon he participated in the county science fair and understood that he needed to do something exceptional he continued with his efforts until he made a place for himself in the fair with valid experiments.
Later in his eight grade project he tried to discover the disease caused by a virus that nearly killed most of the monarch caterpillars every year. Ebright assumed that a beetle may be the carrier of the disease. so he started breeding caterpillars along with beetles however he didn’t get any results from this experiment.
Later in his eighth grade project he tried to discover the disease caused by a virus that nearly killed most of the monarch caterpillars every year. Ebright assumed that a beetle may be the carrier of the disease, so he started breeding caterpillars along with beetles. however. he didn’t get any results from this experiment Nevertheless, he exhibited this experiment in the country science fair and won the competition that year.
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