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  1. 1. PROJECT OVERVIEW Name of Designing Air jet race car. Duration: 5 class periods. Project: Subject/Course: Science / Motion Teacher(s): Mrs. Bhatia Grade Level: 8 Other subject Technology, Math, Social Science. areas to be included, if any: Project Idea Summary of the issue, challenge, investigation, scenario, or problem:S Driving 1. How can we design a efficient air jet race car using the given materials only? 2. What would make the car travel faster in shorter time?t Question 3. How would size of the wheels or body of the car matter with its speed?u 4. How can we calculate average speed of the car?dentsneedtorea © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 1
  2. 2. d,review,pairshareaboutmotiono © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 2
  3. 3. fcarsandwhatmakesthemmovefast © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 3
  4. 4. er.Studentswillreaddirectionsan © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 4
  5. 5. drelateitwiththeunitchapter. © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 5
  6. 6. Studentswillcreatecornellnotesu © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 6
  7. 7. singdirectionandrulesofthepr © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 7
  8. 8. oject.Studentswillcreateablue © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 8
  9. 9. printfortheircar. Content and Skills 8th Grade Science Content Standards. Standards to Unit 1 : Motion. be addressed: 1. The velocity of an object is the rate of change of its position. As a basis for understanding this concept: a. Students know position is defined in relation to some choice of a standard reference point and a set of reference directions. b. Students know that average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed and that the speed of an object along the path traveled can vary. c. Students know how to solve problems involving distance, time, and average speed. d. Students know the velocity of an object must be described by specifying both the direction and the speed of the object. e. Students know changes in velocity may be due to changes in speed, direction, or both. f. Students know how to interpret graphs of position versus time and graphs of speed versus time for motion in a single direction. © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 9
  10. 10. T T+A+AEE 21st Century Skills Collaboratio Other: to be explicitly taught and assessed (T+A) or that will be n X encouraged (E) by project work, but not taught or assessed:XP Critical Thinking: Xresentation Presentation Audience: Group: Discuss and write Class: © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 10
  11. 11. X PRO Note taking, blue print and creative ideas to share with group. School: Individ J E C ual: Community: T Experts: OVE Web: RVI Other: EW Entry event to launch inquiry, engage students:P Assessmentr s Formative Assessmentsa (During Project)cticePresentationsAct © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 11
  12. 12. ivityofmakingpapercarsandlookingup © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 12
  13. 13. differentcarmodels.Studentsaredesigna © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 13
  14. 14. tedasEngineersandneedtocalleacho © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 14
  15. 15. therthroughDr.notation.Studentsthinkp © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 15
  16. 16. airshareincirclemapabouttypesofcar © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 16
  17. 17. sandwhatmakesthemmovefaster.Video © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 17
  18. 18. :Scenesfrompreviousprojectsofsimilark © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 18
  19. 19. ind.Q Journal/Learning Log X Notes X .ui Summative Preliminary Plans/Outlines/Prototypes X Checklists Xz Assessme nts Rough Drafts X Concept Mapsz (End ofe Project) Online Tests/Exams Other:s Written Product(s), with rubric: Other Product(s) or Performance(s), with rubric:/ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________Te Oral Presentation, with rubric X P X es et rs E vX a l u a ti o n Multiple Choice/Short Answer Test X Self-Evaluation Essay Test Other: Gallery walk X Resources Needed © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 19
  20. 20. O Equipment: Measuring tape, overhead project, poster papers.n- Materials: Easy to get low cost materials : foam plates, paper tape, balloon, ruler,s glue, straws, construction paper.i Community resources:tepeople,facilities:Openarea © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 20
  21. 21. X ReflectionF MethodsocusGroupX © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 21
  22. 22. Jo Whole-Class Discussion X Fishbowl Discussionurnal/LearningLog( Ind iv idual,Group ,and /orWho © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 22
  23. 23. Other: P R O J E C T C A L E N D A RProject:Survey Air jet race carsProject: Design Course/Semester: Start Date: M O N D A Y Knowledge and Skills Needed byYStudents T U E S D A W E D N E S D A Y Scaff T H U R S D A Y F R I D A Y to successfully complete culminating products and J E C T W E E K O N E PRO oldin performances, and do well on summative assessments g/Entry event: Introduction of Materdiscussion, overview project. Explanation ials /and warm up on and discussion. Lesstypes of cars , parts Explanation of onsof car, motion, speed rubrics and to be, distance , time. expectations. ProviWhat makes object Direction paper given dedmove faster. and details about by theCompare and P R O J E C andT E A C H I N G A Nprojec E A R N I N G G U I D E note taking T blue D Lcontrast. print given to all t students. teach er, other PR O JEC T WEEK TWO teach ers, expert s, mento rs, comm unity memb ersProfessional communication skills. Students address each other in professional manner  and talk like engineers and higher professionals.Writing & Drawing skills Students create notes on the project including rough  draft. sOnline Research skills Evaluating websites accuracy activity. Effective  search techniques activity led by teacher. © 2008 Buck Institute for Education 23Presentation skills Peer assessment of practice presentation.