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Well i think that the 2 and 1 is not the same because on the first one it says can’t wait to tell on the other side the 2 one said and explained what happened but in my own words i say that there almost alike.

Posted by Charlie  on  03/28  at  05:57 AM

the firsthand account is saying what is happening and the secondhand is saying what happend a long time ago

Posted by noah  on  03/28  at  06:00 AM

This was so cool I wish I could do this myself! tongue laugh

Posted by jonathan  on  03/28  at  06:00 AM

I love this! smile The first one was cool because he actually said it himself. The second one was More informational so I liked it more. :{ So yea…..!!!!!!!!

Posted by Nici  on  03/28  at  06:01 AM

This was a interesting artical…;)!The first one was short but the person who went there made you want to be there. The long one was had more information.

Posted by grace  on  03/28  at  06:02 AM

James Cameron was saying how he couldn’t wait to tell us what he saw down there.  The U.S. Navy was telling about two people that went to the bottom of Challenger Deep.  The thing that is the same about the two of them is that they are both talking about people going to the bottom of Challenger Deep.  The difference between the two is when it happened because one happened in 1960 and one happened recently.

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:07 AM

The difference is they didn’t do it at the same time and Jmes did it recently.  They both went down to the bottom of the ocean.

Tyson

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:08 AM

They are both talking about the world’s biggest ocean.  One went down there recently and the other is talking about two people that did it in 1960.

Lacey

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:09 AM

The difference is that James Cameron was talking about his way down and the U.S. Navy was talking about two other people.  They are the same because they are both talking about people, just different people.

McKayla

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:10 AM

The difference is that James Cameron just arrived at the ocean’s deepest point.

Mackenzie

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:11 AM

The first account was trying to say he just arrived at the ocean’s bottom and he never felt so good and couldn’t wait to share with people what he saw.  The second one was talking about two people going down and someone writing about it.

Elizabeth

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:12 AM

They are both excited about it.  But the Navy website has never been down there.  James Cameron has been in the deepest point in the ocean.

Jacob R.

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:13 AM

The differences are that James Cameron used a specially designed submarine to dive alone to the deepest place on Earth.  And Walsh piloted the U.S. Navy’s bathyscape Trieste to a spot at the bottom of the Marianas Trench known as the Challenger Deep.

Jason

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:15 AM

The first one left out a lot of information.  The first one was from the person that did it.  The second one put in a lot more information and came from someone who didn’t do it.  They were also both on the same subject but on different websites.  Also, one was longer than the other.

Brynnyn

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:28 AM

The two divers are getting ready to go down to the deepest part of the coean.  To finish a charting and so they can find artifacts.

Raymond

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:29 AM

Cameron tweeted on his phone and in 1960 U.S. Navy Captain wrote on paper so people to see it.  Cameron did it so his friends could see it too.

Adrianna

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:37 AM

Cameron said he just arrived at the deepest part.  He did it now, the others did it in 1960.  That is one of the differences in the story.  The three divers all made it down to the deepest point ever and that’s what is alike.

It was cool.

Khloe

Posted by Sarah Shamblin  on  03/28  at  11:41 AM

The firsthand account by Cameron is more emotional in nature.  The reader gets the feeling of his excitement and amazement.  The second hand account is more fact based offering more unemotional facts regarding the same event.

Posted by Kim  on  05/04  at  03:51 PM

The firsthand and the secondhand accounts are alike because they’re both describing dives at The Challenger Deep. They are different because James Cameron was at the Challenger Deep tweeting about his experience and the U.S. Navy website was telling about dives in 1960.

Miss Ramadon"s Class
Seymour, CT

Posted by Miss Ramadon''s Class  on  01/02  at  08:54 AM
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