Final Weeks Our final assignment is to build and frame a topographic map that your family will recognize, to be finished at exhibition. This will be done in class, and there is a Digital Portfolio post associated with it
Digital Portfolio Prompt 9 (completion grade) Spend 25 minutes documenting how you made your family map on your digital portfolio. Spend 20 minutes reflecting on your learning overall this semester. How does your family map show what you have learned this semester? Add this reflection to the digital portfolio post. Spend 15 minutes photographing your project and adding the pictures to your post.
Final Digital Portfolio Post The directions for the final post are at the link above. It will take approximately 1.5 hours to complete, so set aside enough time.
Week 10 - 11 This week we are finishing, framing and hanging the finished maps
The checkpoint is March 17
Digital Portfolio prompt 8 Post a scan / image of your visual summary. Include an image of your finished product hanging in the hall Choose 1 Deeper Learning Competency and reflect on it’s role in your work during this project.
Week 8+9 By March 4th, everyone should have both maps cut out, glued, woodburned and stained. Maps will be made next week.
Checkpoint is March 4th, only Work Log 6 and DP post 7 are due at that time.
Remember, the best way to improve DP scores or ensure high scores is to complete them early and review them with me.
Week 7 Our time this week will be used to cut out templates for your maps and critique them. Many of us will begin cutting out the maps in plywood this week as well.
Digital Portfolio Prompt 7 -Describe your process for this step (templates and cutting). -Describe a time from this step where you designed something, -Describe a time from this step where you revised something. -Include photos. -Choose 1 Deeper Learning Competency from the list and reflect on it’s role in your work this past week
Week 6 This week, make the templates for both your 2023 and 12023 maps.
Digital Portfolio Prompt 4: - What was your most interesting observation from either of our trips showing natural or human forces changing the landscape? (or your regular life if you were not able to attend) - Include some pictures - How might you make your next map differently after having made the above observation?
Digital Portfolio Prompt 5: -Show the location that you ultimately chose for your final project (screenshots, etc) -What sorts of changes might happen in 10,000 years?
Week 3 and 4: Over the next 2 weeks, we will use woodburners to add detail to our maps and build frames to display them.
Digital Portfolio Prompt: In reference to your work this week, show an example of planning, an example of revising, and an example of finishing your work. Include photos. Choose 1 Deeper Learning Competencyfrom the list and reflect on it’s role in your work now and in the future.
Digital Portfolio Prompt Bulletized - show an example of planning - show an example of revising - show an example of finishing your work - Include photos. - Choose 1 Deeper Learning Competencyfrom the list reflect on it’s role in your work now and in the future.
Due Friday Jan 27th: Work log 1, 2, 3 and the Digital Portfolio prompts from each. Honors: If you are interesting in trying Honors, join the class and start a unit by January 18 The link is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/KZ8TBSYZ
The assignment this week is to modify the maps that were made last week. Referencing 2 types of change, update your map to look as if it has experienced 10,000 years of change. Woodburn Examples
Digital Portfolio Prompt: Show the changes that you made to your map and describe what forces caused the changes. Include images of your project and the images you referenced when making changes.
Digital Portfolio Prompt Bulletized - Show the changes that you made to your map - describe the forces caused the changes (define, give an example, etc.) - Include images of your project - Include the images you referenced when making changes.
Due Friday: Work log 2 and the DP post. (Friday will be DP work time in class)
This week we are building topographic maps of imaginary locations.
Digital Portfolio Prompt: Summarize your process for building your map. Share your most significant learning from this week. How might it apply in the future? Include a few pictures.
Digital Portfolio Prompt Bulletized - Summarize your process for building your map. - Share your most significant learning from this week. - How might your most significant learning apply in the future? - Include a few pictures (of your project and work)