Friday, December 2, 2016

Due Monday December 5th, Thursday December 8th

Due Monday:
E-Core Journal - World Forestry Center - Essential Questions and Scavenger Hunt Packet

Due Thursday:
Forest 3D Project - both project and write-up*

Step 2: Create your 3D project                                                     Date Due:  Dec. 8
3D Project is a diorama, sculpture, animation, model, mobile, relief poster, game - teaching others about a concept related to forest ecology.
Criteria:
1. 3-dimensional, free standing, to be displayed at the Riparian Festival
2. Title is written as a question/wondering.
3. Visual Attention: Realistic colors of the forest, including plants, etc.
4. Content: clearly answers your title question including written explanation of important concepts and use of related vocabulary 

5. Interactive in some way -- something can be lifted, turned, pulled, clicked, etc. that reveals information about your project. 
*we will go over format and requirements for the write-up in class, and have time during Tuesday morning's Writer's Workshop to type these up.


Monday, November 28, 2016

Due Tuesday November 29

1.  Complete the Invasive Species Webquest - link here to the document if you need it
* note, on Section E: "Why are Invasive Species a Problem?" it should read "Using the website from d above"

2.  Bring your note-taking sheet on the OPB documentary film to class

3.  Bring your 3D planning sheet - be ready to check in and conference with Asa on your progress with the 3D project.

4. Optional: please bring some magazine images of forests and trees for our decoupage-trunk art auction contribution!  We will need at least 3-4 volunteers to work on this art project tomorrow afternoon with Julia's mom!  :)


WebQuest Links if you need 'em:
http://oregonforests.org/ForestThreats
http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/invasives/
http://www.nwf.org/wildlife/threats-to-wildlife/invasive-species.aspx
https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/ct/technical/ecoscience/invasive/?cid=nrcs142p2_011124