Hydrogen Fuels Cells Jefferson Hartman .
Table of Contents <ul><li>Anticipatory set </li></ul><ul><li>Project description </li></ul><ul><li>Sequence of activities ...
Anticipatory Set Hydrogen is a very reactive element.  It has a mission to bond with another elements in order to have an ...
Project Description After completing the WISE 4.0 Hydrogen Fuel Cell project students will create a PowerPoint presentatio...
 
 
 
Timeline  <ul><li>Monday: Anticipatory set, explain project, assign groups.  </li></ul><ul><li>Tuesday: Gather data, creat...
Grading - Rubrics <ul><li>The next 3 slides will show how students will be graded by showing the rubrics </li></ul>
Grading – Rubric-Content score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little work done 2 Missing 4 components stated ...
Grading – Rubric-Technology score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little attempt to add technology to slide sh...
Grading – Rubric-Sharing score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little attempt to explain each page 2 Attempted...
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  • Title of Teacher PowerPoint Your name
  • Table of Contents Anticipatory setup The essential question Goals and objectives Scaffolding questions Description of activities Timelines Deadlines Rubrics
  • Grading Must finish each day’s assignment by bell Project application file must have x-number of elements (application rubric) Student must know x-amount of knowledge about the subject matter (content rubric) Presentation must have x-number of expectations (presentation rubric)
  • Grading Must finish each day’s assignment by bell Project application file must have x-number of elements (application rubric) Student must know x-amount of knowledge about the subject matter (content rubric) Presentation must have x-number of expectations (presentation rubric)
  • Grading Must finish each day’s assignment by bell Project application file must have x-number of elements (application rubric) Student must know x-amount of knowledge about the subject matter (content rubric) Presentation must have x-number of expectations (presentation rubric)
  • Grading Must finish each day’s assignment by bell Project application file must have x-number of elements (application rubric) Student must know x-amount of knowledge about the subject matter (content rubric) Presentation must have x-number of expectations (presentation rubric)
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  • Teacher Power Point Jefferson Hartman[1]

    1. 1. Hydrogen Fuels Cells Jefferson Hartman .
    2. 2. Table of Contents <ul><li>Anticipatory set </li></ul><ul><li>Project description </li></ul><ul><li>Sequence of activities </li></ul><ul><li>Timelines & deadlines </li></ul><ul><li>Rubrics </li></ul>
    3. 3. Anticipatory Set Hydrogen is a very reactive element. It has a mission to bond with another elements in order to have an electron arrangement like Helium. When hydrogen combusts it reacts with oxygen in a highly exothermic reaction. The reaction releases heat, light and sound. Since hydrogen gas is hard to come by I will demonstrate a similar reaction using another chemical similar to methane. Note: I will show the video as well as perform the demonstration
    4. 4. Project Description After completing the WISE 4.0 Hydrogen Fuel Cell project students will create a PowerPoint presentation highlighting the hydrogen/oxygen reaction and hydrogen fuel cell. They must include several components: 1. Explain the reactants and products of the hydrogen/ oxygen reaction with both picture and words. 2. Provide an animation or picture of a Hydrogen Fuel with important parts labeled. 3.Explain the chemistry behind the hydrogen fuel cell. This must include the reactants and the products. 4.Compare and contrast the hydrogen/oxygen combustion and the hydrogen/oxygen reaction in a hydrogen fuel cell. Use at least one graphic organizer. 5.Compare and contrast hydrogen fuel cell chemistry to gasoline combustion. 6.Express your opinion on hydrogen fuel cell technology as it compares to gasoline combustion. Give advantages and disadvantages of each. Include at least one graphic organizer. 7.Bibliography
    5. 8. Timeline <ul><li>Monday: Anticipatory set, explain project, assign groups. </li></ul><ul><li>Tuesday: Gather data, create slide show </li></ul><ul><li>Wednesday: Gather data, create slide show </li></ul><ul><li>Thursday: Gather data, create slide show </li></ul><ul><li>Friday, Monday: Because of lack of time I will ask for volunteers to present their presentation for extra credit. I will provide a presentation rubric anyway. </li></ul>
    6. 9. Grading - Rubrics <ul><li>The next 3 slides will show how students will be graded by showing the rubrics </li></ul>
    7. 10. Grading – Rubric-Content score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little work done 2 Missing 4 components stated on the project description page. 3 Missing 3 components stated on the project description page. 4 Missing 2 components stated on the project description page. 5 Missing 1 component stated on the project description page. 3-4 errors in content. Several misspelled words. 6 Includes every component stated on the project description page. 2-3 errors in content. 3-4 misspelled words 7 Includes every component stated on the project description page. Only 1 error in content. Less than 3 misspelled words.
    8. 11. Grading – Rubric-Technology score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little attempt to add technology to slide show. 2 Included several pictures and words to the slide show. 3 Included a picture of a hydrogen fuel cell. Provided pictures and words on most pages. 4 Included an animated hydrogen fuel cell. Provided pictures and words on every page.
    9. 12. Grading – Rubric-Sharing score description of work done 1 Poor effort with little attempt to explain each page 2 Attempted to explain each page but did not necessarily understand the content. 3 Explained each page of the slide show. Explained each page of the slide show with a full understanding. 4 Showed enthusiasm for the subject. Explained each page of the slide show with a full understanding. Explained the hydrogen fuel cell thoroughly.
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