Science: Element poster project reflection
In our science class we made a element poster. I picked calcium for my element. I am going to reflect on these questions.
1.This assignment was assessed against the one world criteria. How does your poster show this skill?
2.This assignment was assessed against the communication criteria. How does your poster show this skill?
3.What was the most challenging thing in completing this project?
4.Now that you have seen all the other posters, which element would you choose if you had to do this assignment again – give a reason for your choice.
1. I think my poster shows that I followed this criteria because I had interesting informations and it was also important to human life. For example I included a information about calcium reacts with acid so if you have something that has acid in your teeth will get weaker but if you brush your teeth really well there will be no problem. think the other information that I gave was important in our human life. So overall I think I will get about 5 on this criteria for the reasons I gave.
2. I think my poster didn’t show this criteria that well as I didn’t include bibliography. Although I included some pictures and graphs. I think my sentences were affective and careful written. Next time I will be careful to look at the criteria. So overall I think I will get 4 for the reasons I gave.
3. The research step was the most challenging part because there was a lot of different facts but I had to find the information which was important for human life. I also had to check if the informations were true as some informations are not true on internet.
4. If I am going to do this project again I will do oxygen as we need oxygen for living. Also Kate’s poster made me wanna learn more about it and research about it.
This is the picture of my poster.
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