You are going to be the teacher for the following topics:<br />Chapter 18: Nervous System<br />Chapter 19: Respiratory System<br />Chapter 2: Photosynthesis<br />Chapter 2: Cellular Respiration<br />Chapter 2: Cellular Transport<br />Chapter 8: Seedless Plants<br />Chapter 9: Seed Plants<br />
Steps for Success<br />Step 1: Read the chapter or section of the chapter you chose.<br />Step 2: Outline the chapter. <br />The outline must be in Harvard form (like your notes are in class)<br />The outline will be checked by me on Thursday, May 28th<br />
Steps for Success Continued<br />Step 3: Create a vocabulary list.<br />List should include all of the important vocabulary in the chapter<br />You must define each of the vocabulary terms in the chapter<br />
Steps Continued<br />Step 4: On Wednesday you will go to the Popham computer lab to begin looking for the following information<br />Diagrams that can be labeled and aid in you teaching about your topic<br />Diagrams that you can use in your power point or keynote presentation<br />Worksheets that help your students review the material you have covered in class<br />
Steps continued<br />Step 5: You will use your research along with the text book to create a power point or keynote presentation that will teach the class about your topic.<br />Step 6: You must create a notes page which you will hand out to the class so they can take notes on your topic.<br />Step 7: You will create a small quiz in which the students can use to help them review for a quiz<br />
Steps Continued<br />This project will be due on Thursday, June 4th.<br />Presentations begin on June 4th and will continue through June 12th<br />The presentation will count as a project or test grade for the fourth quarter so make sure you spend the time to do it correctly.<br />Also remember what you teach the class will be on the final exam so be as detailed in your teaching as possible.<br />
You will be graded on the following:<br />Outline of the chapter<br />Vocabulary list<br />Diagrams both for your presentation and for labeling<br />Worksheets for the class<br />Practice quiz for the class<br />Presentation itself<br />
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