1/29 – STEM Project

Here is an extra copy of the packet in case you lose it:

STEM Project (Algebra) 2016

For Section 1, you need to read one of two articles.  Below are the links to the articles:

Article One

Article Two (If you choose this one, don’t worry about reading all 56 pages. Just focus on the question they want to answer, the methods of the study and their conclusions.)

Please attach the following rubric to your final paper.  If you do not have the rubric, I will deduct 0.5 points.

Rubric

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1/29 – STEM Project

The STEM Project is due 2/12.

Below are two sample idea maps for Section 1 of the project.

Sample 1

Sample 2

Below are the two optional essays for Section 1 of the project.

Article One

Article Two (If you choose this one, don’t worry about reading all 56 pages. Just focus on the question they want to answer, the methods of the study and their conclusions.)

Below is the rubric for your project.  Projects without the rubric will lose half a point.

Rubric

Below is a digital copy of the STEM packet, just in case you lose it.

STEM Project – Geometry

 

1/29 – Graphing Project

Read the directions carefully to know how to complete your third quarter project.

Graphing Project

You will choose one of the three activities to complete.  Follow the directions carefully.

Regardless of the activity you choose, you must also complete a 1-page narrative essay to accompany the graph you create for your chosen activity.  The narrative procedure is very similar to the last project.  In particular, you will have an INTRODUCTION, 2 BODY PARAGRAPHS, and a CONCLUSION discussing how you plot points, identify the correct coordinate of a point, and reflect points.  The narrative procedure should also discuss common mistakes that might occur when plotting points.

You will be graded on the correctness of your graph and the quality of your narrative procedure.

Best of luck!