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  • 1. Addikus’ Bath
    Mini Project
    1st Six Weeks
  • 2. Poster Requirements
    Your bath story
    Your functional graph
    Pictures and color to accompany your graph
    Details of each segment of your graph.
    No larger than 187 square inches of area.
    Turn in rubric with poster.
  • 3. Story Requirements
    You must fill up the tub and empty if after the bath.
    Addikus must struggle when he gets in.
    Addikus must jump out once.
    Consider the effects of scrubbing and rinsing him well.
    Include 3 original events that occur during his bath to include in your story.
  • 4. Graph Requirements
    Independent variable is time.
    Dependent variable is height of water in tub.
    Each segment of the graph is clearly labeled or connected to the story.
  • 5. Rubric
    Meets all poster requirements (10pts)
    Meets all story requirements (20pts)
    Legible, Neat, Grammatically Correct (10pts)
    Color and Pictures included (10 pts)
    Accurate Graph (includes correct story elements,
    each segment clearly marked, and correct
    representation of original elements (50 points)
    Late Points Deducted (10pts per day)
  • 6. Concept
    What do you HAVE TO do?
    What is your choice?
    Of the things that are your choice, what are your options?
  • 7. Define
    Which items did you choose to use in your story?
    How do you plan to lay out the poster?
    Sketch a rough draft of what it looks like.
    While a proposal is not due, now is a good time to get your work looked over to make sure you are on the right track!
  • 8. Planning
    Make a list of everything you have to do to finish the project!
    Think about what else you have going on during this time. Give yourself some deadlines.
    Prioritize your steps!
  • 9. Implementation
    Get your “to do” list done!
    Make sure your work is neat and legible and follows the guidelines.
    This is another good time to check in that you are on the right track.
  • 10. Report
    Make sure you have everything in the final form.
    Look over your handout to see if there are any other requirements.
    Make sure you included all the required elements
    Evaluate your work or have someone else look over it to make sure it is good enough to turn in. If not, revise and repeat needed steps.