PROJECT AThe bulletin board must:Follow 1 themeBe about something we discussed in the second half of the yearContain at le...
Include the infant life of the person, as well as information     about the time he/she was raised, his/heraccomplishments...
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Math 4th Quarter Project

  1. 1. PROJECT AThe bulletin board must:Follow 1 themeBe about something we discussed in the second half of the yearContain at least 3 written out examplesDefinitions of important words for the topicMust "teach" the specific subjectProvide practice questions for students to try on their ownProvide a mini drawing of how to put it up (where things go, etc ...)Must have at least 6 different colors representedMust have a list of supplies used such as construction paper what writing implements you useda log of how long you worked on the project (if possible)PROJECT BThe comic must:Have at least 10 boxes, or picturesBe in color, no black-and-white drawingsContain some mathematical principle that we discussed during the second half of the yearMathematical principle should be "integrated" into the drawingCharacters should be of your own creationThe pictures should have backgrounds, and not just be the charactersTry and involve humor, irony, sarcasm, or some other literary conceptPROJECT CThe song must:Be recognizableNot contain any curse words (original song)Contain some mathematical principle that we discussed during the second half of the yearRewrite 2 verses and a chorusInclude a lyrics sheet provided by the individual or individualsBe performed in front of Mr. Allen or on a cd or usb to be turned in (no emails)PROJECT 0The project must:Turn in a detailed lesson plan as to the activities for the day, with purpose, procedures, and intended outcomes(minimum)Have a worksheet with between 15-25 problems for the students to do as an assignmentHave accomplished a pre-given homework assignment in order to show mastery of the subjectBe clearly presented to the class, in order for all to gain understanding of the materialInclude an answer key so the homework can be corrected in a timely manner (the next class period)PROJECT EThe biography must:Be a minimum of 1.5 pages longBe of Times New Roman size 12 fontBe of double-spaced format1-inch margins all around
  2. 2. Include the infant life of the person, as well as information about the time he/she was raised, his/heraccomplishments in life, and how he/she directly impacted our classroomNot cover any of the above information too much, except for what this person did to impact our classroomBe turned in on a cd or usb (no emails)PROJECT FThe webquestftreasure hunt must:Contain a minimum of 20 questionsBe linked to a minimum of 15 different websitesContain questions based upon 1 chapter of informationNot contain more than 3 vocabulary questionsNot contain any mathematical questions with mathematical answersLook deeper into a chapter, and get outside information other than what the chapterprovidesBe turned in on a cd or usb (no emails)Not be in any particular font or size, that is up to youPROJECTGThe resources must:Be from any chapter in the book we are using for the specific classContain the following: One worksheet for each lesson (between 15-25 questions per worksheet) One quiz for every three lessons Two different versions of chapter tests One chapter project, with requirements and grading rubric Separate answer sheets for the worksheets, quizzes, and testsBe either hand-written or printed from a computerContain questions that were created by the person doing the projectBe neatly made and presented in a "professional" mannerPROJECT HThe tests must:Cover the first half, and second half of the yearContain a minimum of 50 questions each, giving a good overview of all things covered during first and secondsemesterBe either hand-written or printed from a computerInclude a detailed answer sheet with processes of how to solve the problemsContain questions that were created by the person doing the projectBe neatly made and presented in a "professional" mannerPROJECT IThe powerpoint must:Cover 3 topics from the second half of the school yearContain 10 slides per topic, not including the introduction slide, unless valuable information is contained on thatslideInvolve animations and background changes based upon the display aspectsTeach the material being covered, to the best of the ability of the person doing the projectInclude vocabulary, explanations, worked out examples, unsolved examples, possible practice quiz, etc ...Be turned in on a cd or usb (no emails)

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