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Powerpoint Template for Origins and Change

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  • 1. PowerPoint Template forOrigins & Chemical Change Project• Project Purpose– To make a connectionbetween your personalinterests and chemistry– To share what youlearn with ourcommunity of learners• Background– All matter is chemical– Our human ability tomanipulate matterempowers our humanabilities– No matter what ourinterests are – athletic,artistic, financial…chemistry is involved
  • 2. Your Task• Research and Create a report onhow chemical changes areinvolved in an object orvocation of interest to you.• Keep track of your sources ofinformation.• Make sure you save all yourresearch separately to your Ydrive or a personal thumb drive.• Make a PowerPointfollowing the guidewith a minimum of 8slides as outlined inthe project guide• Present your report tothe rest of the class.
  • 3. The Specific ObjectStep I / Slide 1• Work Task• Brainstorm andDecide on the objectthat you will focus on.• Keep yourself flexibleand have a back upobject in mind• Presentation• Introduce your object• Be as specific aspossible – Brand ,model etc.• Tell us why you choseyour object
  • 4. Components & IngredientsStep II A- C / Slide II• Task• After Identifying yourobject make a list of all ofit’s components oringredients• Choose a component oringredient you will focuson• Keep a backup componentin mind• Presentation• Include an Image ofyour object and a listof components andingredients – usecommon and chemicalnames
  • 5. Raw MaterialsStep II D-E / Slide III• Task• Identify the raw materialsused to make yourcomponent• Many raw materials maybe manufactured – trace atleast one ingredient backto before human hands ormachines touched it (rawearth, plant, animal …materials)• Presentation• Show specific places onearth where the rawmaterials are sourced foryour item• Include a map and imagesof the places raw materialsare sourced• Show the people who livethere
  • 6. Chemical ChangeStep II F / Slide IV• Task• Identify chemicalchanges that take placeas raw materials aremanufactured intoyour component oritem.• Choose one chemicalchange to focus on• Presentation• Describe the chemicalchange with an equationand show a model drawingof compounds involved• Provide a description andimages of how this changeis made – use the languageof chemistry• Share any info you thinkis important or interesting
  • 7. Places & Effects of Sourcing & ManufacturingStep II G / Slide V• Task• Research examples of specificplaces where your –– Raw materials are sourced(mined or grown) andprocessed– Components are grown,assembled or manufactured• Research what the positive andnegative economic, health andenvironmental effects of theseactivities are.• Presentation– Present images of theplaces materials areprocessed &manufacturing is done.– Discuss major impactsfor the people andecosystems wherethese activities takeplace. Use thelanguage of chemistry.
  • 8. Impacts of Use and DisposalStep II H / Slide VI• Task• Research health andenvironmental impactsrelated to the use anddisposal of your product• Answer the questions– How can negative effectsbe reduced?– How could positive effectsbe increased?• Presentation• Outline what the majorimpacts of use anddisposal of your itemare.• Give examples ofproblems andsolutions to problems(or negative effects)
  • 9. Sources of InformationStep II - I / Slide VII• Task• Assemble all of yoursources of informationinto a bibliography– If you use wikipedia,ehow or similar sitesyou should have areference to the sourceinfo for the article• Presentation• A simple list ofsources which you canexplain.
  • 10. Personal StatementStep III – Slide VIII• Task• Think about what youhave learned in the courseof your research– What is the most importantthing you have learned?– How may this influencechoices you will make inthe future?– What would you like us tothink about as a result ofyour research?• Presentation• Summarize yourresponse to the resultsof your research.
  • 11. Self Evaluation, Backup & PresentationStep III• Task• Complete a self evaluation on the rubricbefore your presentation – If you workedwith a partner you should state what each ofyou did separately.• Complete and give your presentation.– Make sure you have made yourpresentation interesting for your fellowstudents – be creative with images andlayout– Be direct with your writing. It is Ok toorally explain simple images andoutlines of info as part of thepresentation – every detail should notbe written in slides.• Presentation• Email a copy of your finishedpresentation totbullock@pps.net -That willserve as your backup if youlose your work.