All MP4 Projects are due on or before Thursday May 19. This includes any and all video files, YouTube links, and scripts.
Create A Game
Create a game can be done only as an individual (solo) project.
How do you Stoich?
How Do You Stoich? can be done in pairs and up to 4 members in a group. Members can be other students from Mr. Schlick's classes
Stage 1 Group Planning Sheet (due May 06)
How do you Stoich? Project Rubric
Student Examples from Youtube
How do you Stoich? Real-World examples (presented on 5/03)
Example 1: Biodiesel. [+ original idea, very informative with a lot of research] [- went a little overtime no penalty, one narrator was difficult to hear] Score A+
Example 2: Water for a Camel. [+ within allotted time, met all requirements, used background music] [- grammar errors, music was getting annoying, should have informed audience about tristearin and camels first.] Score: B
Example 3: Air Bag. [+ with in allotted time, met the requirements, showed a video demonstration] [ - could not hear narrator in the beginning, tried to explain the calculations without using dimensional analysis, needed to be proofread] Score: C+
Example 4: Volcano [+ allotted time, presenters in front of camera] [- stoichiometry problem must involve baking soda and vinegar, reading script in front of camera, speaker does not look at camera, vinegar was in a water bottle, lava should be red, saying stoichiometry like that is really annoying] Score: C
Example 5: Making Burgers [+ allotted time, recorded skit for a pair] [- no stoichiometry problem shown, reading from script, too much "selling" of homemade burger and no selling of why stoich is important to real-world, why a commercial break?] Score: D