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    Assignment
    MUSCULAR, SKELETAL,ANATOMY & NERVOUS SYSTEM
    DISORDER PROJECT
    PHYSIOLOGY PROJECT
    PROJECT

    DESCRIPTION: For
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    a disorder of the muscular, skeletal or nervousrelated to a body system and
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    to a Live Bindergoogle classroom so that all groupsstudents can view
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    from. You maywill work in groups (no larger than 3)alone and must
    REQUIREMENTS: The following are the basic requirements for this project. Please read the next page for specific guidelines when completing your project.
    PresentationSee below to see what must be made using one of the following technologies. You may choose from Google Presentations, Prezi, or Voice Thread. Try something new!
    You
    included.
    You
    must include the sections listed on the next page.
    You must use Noodle Tools to document all of your sources of information. 3 sources must be used, including
    have one book source.
    Using Noodle Tools, you must create note cards for all of your sources to document the information that you found.
    Note cards and works cited on Noodle Tools must be added to the Teacher Drop Box by the due date for the project and will be graded. To share with me click “Share”, type “Delaney”, and choose your class.
    The presentation must be uploaded to Live Binders BEFORE class on the due date.
    visual aid. (Poster, model, ppt, iMovie, etc)
    The rubric must be filled out BEFORE class and handed in before the presentation can be graded.
    Handout for students must be given to me the day before so I can run it off for the class.
    A set of 5 questions to use for a quiz. They may be multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank or short answer.

    GRADING: You will be graded using the rubric on the next page. Be sure to fill it out and hand in your rubric on the due date. If your project is not ready on the day the project is due, you will lose ONE letter grade. If you are not ready the next day, it is a ZERO.
    DISORDERS:
    Leukemia Bursitis Osteoporosis
    Spina Bifida Scurvy Acromegaly
    Clubfoot Tendonitis Kyphosis
    Poliomyelitis Sprains Scoliosis
    Lordosis Rheumatoid Arthritis Rickets
    Muscular Dystrophy Gout Muscular Atrophy
    Phantom Limb Syndrome Rotator Cuff Injuries Polymyositis
    Neurofibromatosis Osteoarthritis Lupus
    Charcot-Tooth Disease Myotonic Dystrophy Fibromyalgia
    Marfan Syndrome Achondroplasia Myositis
    Osteosarcoma Cleft Palate Herniated Disc
    Gigantism Paget’s Disease Pituitary Dwarfism
    Bell’s Palsy Cerebral Palsy Multiple Sclerosis
    Neuritis Parkinson’s Disease Sciatica
    Motor Neuron Disease Epilepsy Encephalitis
    Meningitis Poliomyelitis Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
    Huntington’s Disease

    GUIDELINES FOR CREATING YOUR PRESENTATION
    Below is a brief description of what to include in your presentation.
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    The presentation must address how (or if) the disorder can be prevented.
    Can this disorder be prevented? How? What methods are used in prevention?
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    cited. (3 sources)sources, MLA format)
    Be sure
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    one book source and at least one internet source.
    At least 5 note cards per source

    Source
    must be included. turned in on paper or google classroom.
    Note cards and Works Cited will be graded in Noodle Tools and must be in the Teacher Drop Box on time!
    Format…What should my presentation look like?
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    Use movies, animations, and images for visual interest
    Easy-to-read
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    disorder and namesname of presenterspresenter
    Be aware of your style, graphics, and overall appearance of your presentation.
    Keep the font size large enough for everyone to read
    Limit the amount of text; include only essential information
    If doing a Voice Thread-be sure to record your voice clearly and explain each picture thoroughly in your recording.
    3-5 minutes in length
    Keep it short, succinct, and informative
    All members should participate
    Everything in your presentation should be explained
    Databases
    Health and Wellness Resource Center
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    Science in Context
    Books
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    Websites
    National Institute of Health
    Mayo Clinic
    Resources
    Noodle Tools
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    Prezi
    Sharing a Prezi
    Sharing Google Presentatons
    Voicethread
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    Uploading to LiveBinders
    Delaney Livebinder
    access code: Delaney
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    Rubric
    SKELETAL, MUSCULAR, & NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERDISORDER PRESENTATION RUBRIC
    REQUIREMENT(S)
    EXEMPLARY
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    TEACHER SCORE
    Presentation is organized, easy-to-read,
    and all members participate.
    Presentation includes an accurate
    definition of the disorder.
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    Presentation includes a description
    of the mode of prevention for the disorder.
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    least 3
    reliable

    reliable
    resources cited with Noodle Tools.in MLA format. One book
    ...
    are included,
    Works cited

    Handout is informative
    and Note Cards are included on Noodle Tools website and all information in complete and accurate.
    Presentation is uploaded
    for the other students to Live Binder BEFORE class and the COMPLETED rubric is handed in.use
    Test questions are well written

    Presentation contains no spelling
    and/or grammatical errors.
    TOTAL POINTS (66):
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Thursday, March 20

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    Macbeth Multi-genre project
    Databases - out of school, password is your Brookfield Public Library Card number for Gale Databases and ebooks or use
    Brookfield Library Card number 24029030532684
    Blooms username from out of school - brookfd, password, bhs
    Ebooks
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    Databases - out of school, password is your Brookfield Public Library Card number for Gale Databases and ebooks or use
    Brookfield Library Card number 24029030532684
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Tuesday, March 18

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Thursday, March 6

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    Example
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    confusing to pick person then the person does not play any part in the actual journey
    can they research people/ideas/philosophies more casually - less intensive - still develop philosophy but not like a whole other project
    standardize the number of stops - three
    this is where I start
    this is where I stop over
    this is where I end
    Facts about these places need to link to purpose. Requirement about 3 facts per place complicates meaning. What if three facts don't fit my needs, etc.
    Research heavy project - evaluate where the research is most beneficial.
    In the end there was a two page written essay and a presentation. Can this be streamlined? Create presentation - know about essay - write essay in class (pre planning is available - outline ahead?)

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Wednesday, February 26

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    BBC - World War I
    Interactives
    Best of History
    Convention (IV) respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land and its annex: Regulations concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land. The Hague, 18 October 1907.
    EuroDocs - primary source documents arranged by country
    Eyewitness to History
    Germany and the First World War - select 'English' at the top
    Library of Congress World War I posters
    A multimedia history of World War I
    First World War posters
    Oxford University New Perspectives podcasts
    Paths of Memory - Select Great Britain flag at the bottom
    PBS - The Great War
    Poland and the First World War - select 'translate' at the top
    Propaganda and World War I
    World War I Document Archive

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Thursday, February 20

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    Ebooks
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    Websites including many with Primary Sources
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