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5. City and country of birth. 6. Specific location where he/she conducted their work. 7. Date of death. If your scientist is still alive, how old is he/she now? 8. 3-5 sentences summarizing your scientist's accomplishments, in your own words. 9. Add objects to make your poster appear 3-dimensional (give the poster depth). You must choose any 5 of the following options to include on your poster: 1. A quote about science by your scientist. 2. Additional pictures of your scientist. 3. A picture of what they worked on. Ex: if he invented the microscope, include a picture of a microscope. 4. Educational background. What college(s) did he/she graduate from? 5. Any additional jobs held by the scientist outside the science field. Ex: Gregor Mendel is known as the “Father of Genetics” for his work with pea plants. He was also a monk. 6. Family information. Provide names of parents, spouses, children, brothers, sisters, etc. when applicable. 7. List 3 events that happened in history when this scientist became famous. Events should include specific wars, top movie for the year, top song for the year or other discoveries. 8. The name(s) of other scientists that your scientist worked with. 9. Has anything been named after your scientist? If so, include the city and country. Ex: colleges, cities, museums, etc. 10. Mounting on a decorative piece of construction paper to make it sturdy. Your "Wanted" poster can be reflect your personal design style, but must follow a few basic guidelines: 1. All posters must be neat, completed on poster paper and must be colorful. 2. The name of your scientist must be clearly visible on your poster. Anyone who glances at your poster should be able to tell which scientist you researched. 3. The "Wanted" poster theme must be followed. Meaning, your poster should read: "<Name of Scientist> Wanted for <one sentence explaining his/her importance>". 4. Your name must be printed on the bottom right corner.
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11 | P a g e Rubric Poster Project General Physics Category Total Points Earned Points Poster includes first, middle (if applicable) and last name of your scientist 5 One sentence explaining why your scientist is famous 5 Picture of scientist 5 Date of birth 5 City and country of birth 5 Specific location where he/she conducted their work 5 Date of death 5 3-5 sentences summarizing your scientist's accomplishments, in your own words 10 Five additional options provided 25 Poster is 3-dimensional 15 Poster is neat and colorful 15 Total Points **No late projects will be accepted** Project due date: _________________________________
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12 | P a g e Activity Brain Pop Magnetism Physics Directions Go to Why do magnets stick to things? What is a magnet? What is a magnetic field? When the video finishes click on Questions and Answers.
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  • Fall '12
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  • Current, Magnetism, Magnetic Field, Magnet, South Pole, North Magnetic Pole

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