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Data Analysis

Baby No Baby

English Standards

  10.7.7 Make judgments about the ideas under discussion and support those judgments with convincing evidence. 10.7.8 Compare and contrast the ways in which media genres (including televised news, news magazines, documentaries, and online information) cover the same event. 10.7.9 Analyze historically significant speeches (such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s “Day of Infamy” speech) to find the rhetorical devices and features that make them memorable. 10.7.10 Assess how language and delivery affect the mood and tone of the oral communication and make an impact on the audience. 10.7.11 Evaluate the clarity, quality, effectiveness, and general coherence of a speaker’s important points, arguments, evidence, organization of ideas, delivery, choice of words, and use of language. 10.7.12 Analyze the types of arguments used by the speaker, including argument by causation, analogy (comparison), authority, emotion, and logic.  

Reflection

In this projet I had to find out the Genotypes of a couple. I had to track their family histroy back to their grandparents. I organized the information into a pedigree. Then I had to prove the pedigree was right by showing the punnett squares of their parents and the couple. I did very good on this project and pointed out mistakes that the teacher made. I feel like I mastered the standards for this project and really enjoyed presenting it. I learned how to find out what the probabilities are for what possible genotypes that the children of a coulpe can have. Next time I would work harder at making the final outcome of the project more professional.

Genetically Modified Foods

English Standards

  10.7.1 Summarize a speaker’s purpose and point of view and ask questions concerning the speaker’s content, delivery, and attitude toward the subject. Speaking Applications 10.7.14 Deliver narrative presentations that: • narrate a sequence of events and communicate their significance to the audience. • locate scenes and incidents in specific places. • describe with specific details the sights, sounds, and smells of a scene and the specific actions, movements, gestures, and feelings of characters. • time the presentation of actions to accommodate time or mood changes. 10.7.15 Deliver expository (informational) presentations that: • provide evidence in support of a thesis and related claims, including information on all relevant perspectives. • convey information and ideas from primary and secondary sources accurately and coherently. • make distinctions between the relative value and significance of specific data, facts, and ideas. • include visual aids by employing appropriate technology to organize and display information on charts, maps, and graphs. • anticipate and address the listeners’ potential misunderstandings, biases, and expectations. • use technical terms and notations correctly. 10.7.16 Apply appropriate interviewing techniques: • prepare and ask relevant questions. • make notes of responses. • use language that conveys maturity, sensitivity, and respect. • respond correctly and effectively to questions. • demonstrate knowledge of the subject or organization. • compile and report responses. • evaluate the effectiveness of the interview. 10.7.17 Deliver oral responses to literature that: • advance a judgment demonstrating a comprehensive understanding of the significant ideas of works or passages. • support important ideas and viewpoints through accurate and detailed references to the text and to other works. • demonstrate awareness of the author’s writing style and an appreciation of the effects created. • identify and assess the impact of ambiguities, nuances, and complexities within the text. 10.7.18 Deliver persuasive arguments (including evaluation and analysis of problems and solutions and causes and effects) that: • structure ideas and arguments in a coherent, logical fashion using inductive or deductive arguments. • contain speech devices that support assertions (such as by appeal to logic through reasoning; by appeal to emotion or ethical belief; or by use of personal anecdote, case study, or analogy). • clarify and defend positions with precise and relevant evidence, including facts, expert opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning. • anticipate and address the listeners’ concerns and counterarguments. 10.7.19 Deliver descriptive presentations that: • establish a clear point of view on the subject of the presentation. • establish the relationship with the subject of the presentation (whether the presentation is made as an uninvolved observer or by someone who is personally involved). • contain effective, factual descriptions of appearance, concrete images, shifting perspectives, and sensory details.    

Reflection

In this project I had to have a debate about genetically modifed foods. I was for it and and the other group was against it. I did not prepair for the debate well enough and that made my speach grade go down. I would be more prepaired next time I do a debate. I feel like I did not meet the standards for this project. My group had a hard time working with each other. I would also work harder at trying to keep the group together as a whole. I learned how to prepair for a debate and how to know what to argue against main points with. It made me a little nervous when I was presenting this project but it was still fun.

Articraft

Fundraiser

English Standards

  10.7.2 Choose appropriate techniques for developing the introduction and conclusion in a speech, including the use of literary quotations, anecdotes (stories about a specific event), or references to authoritative sources. 10.7.3 Recognize and use elements of classical speech forms (including the introduction, first and second transitions, body, and conclusion) in formulating rational arguments and applying the art of persuasion and debate. 10.7.4 Use props, visual aids, graphs, and electronic media to enhance the appeal and accuracy of presentations. 10.7.5 Produce concise notes for extemporaneous speeches (speeches delivered without a planned script). 10.7.6 Analyze the occasion and the interests of the audience and choose effective verbal and nonverbal techniques (including voice, gestures, and eye contact) for presentations.  

Reflection

This project was intended to come up with ideas of fundraisers for my school. I came up with 3 fundraisers for this project that I presented to Mrs. Trevino and Mrs. Lee. I did a lot of the work for this project and made it look very professional. I mastered the standards for this project for sure. The only mistake that I made was being to easy on my team. I did most of the work while they just messed around. I should have made them work harder on it that way they could also understand how to do it. I learned how to make graghs and charts of data collected from text.

Race for a cure

English Standadrs

  Organization and Focus 10.4.1 Discuss ideas for writing with classmates, teachers, and other writers and develop drafts alone and collaboratively. 10.4.2 Establish a coherent thesis that conveys a clear perspective on the subject and maintain a consistent tone and focus throughout the piece of writing. 10.4.3 Use precise language, action verbs, sensory details, appropriate modifiers, and the active (I will always remember my first trip to the city) rather than the passive voice (My first trip to the city will always be remembered). 10.4.13 Establish coherence within and among paragraphs through effective transitions, parallel structures, and similar writing techniques. Research Process and Technology 10.4.4 Use clear research questions and suitable research methods, including texts, electronic resources, and personal interviews, to compile and present evidence from primary and secondary print or Internet sources. 10.4.5 Develop main ideas within the body of the composition through supporting evidence, such as scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses, and definitions. 10.4.6 Synthesize information from multiple sources. Identify complexities and inconsistencies in the information and the different perspectives found in each medium, including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical documents, and Internet sources. 10.4.7 Integrate quotations and citations into a written text while maintaining the flow of ideas. 10.4.8 Use appropriate conventions for documentation in text, notes, and bibliographies following the formats in different style manuals. 10.4.9 Use a computer to design and publish documents by using advanced publishing software and graphic programs.  

Reflection

In this project I had to write a recipe book for foods that are healthy for cancer patients. I learned how to follow cooking directions. It was a lot of fun actually. I feel like I could work harder at trying to master the standards for this project because all I did was copy and paste. If I had another chance to do this project I would have did more of the writing rayher than copy and pasting.

Articraft

SWLO

The SWLO that relates to this project the most would be peer collaboration. I had to work with my group as a whole and present the project together in front of the class.

Oppression

English Standards

  Comprehension 10.7.1 Summarize a speaker’s purpose and point of view and ask questions concerning the speaker’s content, delivery, and attitude toward the subject. Organization and Delivery of Oral Communication 10.7.2 Choose appropriate techniques for developing the introduction and conclusion in a speech, including the use of literary quotations, anecdotes (stories about a specific event), or references to authoritative sources. 10.7.3 Recognize and use elements of classical speech forms (including the introduction, first and second transitions, body, and conclusion) in formulating rational arguments and applying the art of persuasion and debate. 10.7.4 Use props, visual aids, graphs, and electronic media to enhance the appeal and accuracy of presentations. 10.7.5 Produce concise notes for extemporaneous speeches (speeches delivered without a planned script). 10.7.6 Analyze the occasion and the interests of the audience and choose effective verbal and nonverbal techniques (including voice, gestures, and eye contact) for presentations.  

Reflection

In this project I had to research sexism in China and write an essay about it. Then we had to use that essay to make a website about the information in a summed-up version. I learned a lot about the history of sexism in China and the sexism that still continues today. I believe that the final outcome of the project was in good quality. I feel like I met the expectations of the standards for this assignment. I did not finish the video part for the project. It could use so improvments to make it meet all the requirements of the task.

Artifact

SWLO

The SWLO that relates to this project the most would be communication. I had to explain to the class what I knew about sexism in china.

Odyssey

English Standards

  Vocabulary and Concept Development 10.1.1 Understand technical vocabulary in subject area reading. Example: While using a word-processing program on the computer, learn new terms and special meanings for words from the manual and online help feature: control, enter, insert, format, font, template, page break, file, and folder. 10.1.2 Distinguish between what words mean literally and what they imply, and interpret what words imply. Example: Understand descriptive phrases when reading, such as A man’s feet must be planted in his country, but his eyes should survey the world (George Santayana) or We must be the change we wish to see in the world (Gandhi). 10.1.3 Use the knowledge of mythology (Greek, Roman, and other mythologies) to understand the origin and meaning of new words (Wednesday/Odin, Thursday/Thor). Example: Use the myth of Narcissus and Echo to understand the word narcissistic. Use the myth of Procrustus to understand the word procrustean. 10.2.4 Evaluate an author’s argument or defense of a claim by examining the relationship between generalizations and evidence, the comprehensiveness of evidence, and the way in which the author’s intent affects the structure and tone of the text. Example: Evaluate science articles by judging the references, the author’s presentation of facts and opinions, and the date of publication. Evaluate different arguments on a legal issue, such as the legal age for getting a driver’s license. 10.2.5 Make reasonable statements and draw conclusions about a text, supporting them with accurate examples.      

Reflection

The gist of the project was to take a story form the Odyssey and turn it in to a modern day gossip story, in a magazine. It also had to contain other things that magazines have such as adds. I feel like I mastered all of the standards for this project. I worked very hard on trying to get the magazine organized in a professional manor. I learned how to understand the root meanings of words and analyze and compare text documents. The project was hard but it was fun relating the Odyssey story to a modern day celeberty gossip story. I also feel like I could have worked harder on trying to meet all the standards and requirements for the magazine because I had to finish a lot at the last minute.

Artifact

SWLO

The SWLO that relates to this project is technology. I had to make a magazine online of a gossip story portraying the Odyssey.

The Industrial Revolution

English Standards

    Research Application 10.5.9 Write or deliver a research report that has been developed using a systematic research process (definesthe topic, gathers information, determines credibility, reports findings) and that: • uses information from a variety of sources (books, technology, multimedia), distinguishes between primary and secondary documents, and documents sources independently by using a consistent format for citations. • synthesizes information gathered from a variety of sources, including technology and one’s own research, and evaluates information for its relevance to the research questions. • demonstrates that information that has been gathered has been summarized, that the topic has been refined through this process, and that conclusions have been drawn from synthesizing information. • demonstrates that sources have been evaluated for accuracy, bias, and credibility. • organizes information by classifying, categorizing, and sequencing, and demonstrates the distinction between one’s own ideas from the ideas of others, and includes a bibliography (Works Cited). Example: Write a report on the Globe Theatre, gathering information from books, such as Shakespeare’s Theatre by Jacqueline Morley, videos such as “Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Restored,” and Web sites by using a key word search for “Shakespeare” and “Globe Theatre.” Explain why the theatre was significant in the development of Shakespeare’s works.  

Reflection

For this project I had to make a diarama of the flying shutle that was designed to make sewing faster. I also had to make a powerpoint and add a video explaning how it was used. I probably worked harder on this project more than any other project. My diarama was really good I think. The rest of the project came out pretty good. It meet all the requirements that the task asked for. I feel like our group did not work evenly on this project or together. I'm not sure if the rest of my group really met the standards of the project but I did good as far as meeting the standards. Next time I would do better at working as a group leader to be sure everyone masters the necessary standards.

Artifact

SWLO

The SWLO that relates to this project the most was critical thinking/problem solving. I had to find out what the flying shutle was and who built it.

Time Capsule

English Standards

  Evaluation and Revision 10.4.10 Review, evaluate, revise, edit, and proofread writing using an editing checklist. 10.4.11 Apply criteria developed by self and others to evaluate the mechanics and content of writing. 10.4.12 Provide constructive criticism to other writers with suggestions for improving organization, tone, style, clarity, and focus; edit and revise in response to peer reviews of own work.  

Reflection

For this project I had to write a letter to my future self at graduation time. With the letter I had to put an object or item that ment a lot to me in a time capsule. As far as the standards go I feel like I did not meet the standards for this project. I did not spend a lot of time working on the letter but i did put a valuable item in the capsule. I feel like I rushed through the letter and did not talk about as much as I should have. The quality of the letter was fairly ok. Well thats how I felt about it. I understand that I need to become a better writer and that I need to work on that. If I could redo the letter I would probably revise it more and start with a rough darft first.

Articraft

Renaissance

English Standards

  Research Process and Technology 10.4.4 Use clear research questions and suitable research methods, including texts, electronic resources, and personal interviews, to compile and present evidence from primary and secondary print or Internet sources. 10.4.5 Develop main ideas within the body of the composition through supporting evidence, such as scenarios, commonly held beliefs, hypotheses, and definitions. 10.4.6 Synthesize information from multiple sources. Identify complexities and inconsistencies in the information and the different perspectives found in each medium, including almanacs, microfiche, news sources, in-depth field studies, speeches, journals, technical documents, and Internet sources. 10.4.7 Integrate quotations and citations into a written text while maintaining the flow of ideas. 10.4.8 Use appropriate conventions for documentation in text, notes, and bibliographies following the formats in different style manuals. 10.4.9 Use a computer to design and publish documents by using advanced publishing software and graphic programs.  

Reflection

In this project I had to build a virtual model of a medeivl time store and make a comercial video to it. Before I could do that I had to research about the Renaissance to learn about the architecture of the building during that time frame. It was a lot of fun making the building and designing the objects in the store, but it also got very difficult learning how to do that. My group worked as a collective whole and met the standards required. If I had the experience that I do now with google sketch-up 7, I probably could have made a better project. I learned a lot about the architecture and what they used during the Renaissance while working on this project.

Articraft

SWLO

The SWLO that relates to this project the most would have to be citizenship. I turned the project in on time and completed. The rest of my group completed their assignments on time as well.

3 Essays

English Standards

  10.5.1 Write biographical or autobiographical narratives or short stories that: • describe a sequence of events and communicate the significance of the events to the audience. • locate scenes and incidents in specific places. • describe with specific details the sights, sounds, and smells of a scene and the specific actions, movements, gestures, and feelings of the characters; in the case of short stories or autobiographical narratives, use interior monologue (what the character says silently to self) to show the character’s feelings. • pace the presentation of actions to accommodate changes in time and mood. Example: After reading an example of an autobiography, such as Helen Keller’s Story of My Life, use the structure of the autobiography to compose an autobiography of your own. 10.5.4 Write persuasive compositions that: • organize ideas and appeals in a sustained and effective fashion with the strongest emotional appeal first and the least powerful one last. • use specific rhetorical (communication) devices to support assertions, such as appealing to logic through reasoning; appealing to emotion or ethical belief; or relating a personal anecdote, case study, or analogy. • clarify and defend positions with precise and relevant evidence, including facts, expert opinions, quotations, expressions of commonly accepted beliefs, and logical reasoning. • address readers’ concerns, counterclaims, biases, and expectations. Example: Write a letter to a television network to persuade the network to keep a program on the air despite low ratings.   10.5.6 Write technical documents, such as a manual on rules of behavior for conflict resolution, procedures for conducting a meeting, or minutes of a meeting that: • report information and express ideas logically and correctly. • offer detailed and accurate specifications. • include scenarios, definitions, and examples to aid comprehension. • anticipate readers’ problems, mistakes, and misunderstandings. Example: Take notes while watching or listening to a physical therapist give instructions on the proper way to lift, carry, or move large objects. Incorporate these notes into a safety manual to be used in the classroom or in a job setting          

Reflection

I linked three essays that I have done over this school year. One of them is really short. If I could re-write that essay I would have made it more detailed. I know that I need to work on my writing skills so, I also know that my essays could use a lot more work done to them. I learned how to cite my work when taking information from other sources. I did not enjoy writing any of these essays, but im proud of them. I am not sure if I meet the standards or not because my essays have mistakes in them.

Artifacts

Harmless Entertainment

Oppression

Success

SWLO

The SWLO that relates the most to the three essays that I wrote would be work ethnic. I completed all the essays on time and complete.

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