PROJECT DESIGN: OVERVIEW        page 1

Name of Project: Naming Compound Student Choice Board

Duration: 7-8 days

Subject/Course: Chemistry

Teacher(s): Sanders

Grade Level: 11th

Other subject areas to be included, if any:

Key Knowledge and Understanding

(CCSS or other standards)

Name ionic compounds containing main group or transition metals, covalent compounds, acids, and bases using international union of pure and applied chemistry (IUPAC) nomenclature rules (7A).

Success Skills

(to be taught and assessed)

Critical Thinking/Problem Solving

Self-Management

Collaboration

Other:

Project Summary

(include student role, issue, problem or challenge, action taken, and purpose/beneficiary)

Driving Question

Entry Event

Products

Individual:

Specific content and competencies to be assessed:

Team:

Specific content and competencies to be assessed:

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Making Products Public

(include how the products will be made public and who students will engage with during/at end of project)

Resources Needed

On-site people, facilities:

Equipment:

Materials:

Community Resources:

Reflection Methods

(how individual, team, and/or whole class will reflect during/at end of project)

Journal/Learning Log

Focus Group

Whole-Class Discussion

X

Fishbowl Discussion

X

Survey

X

Other:

Notes:

PROJECT DESIGN: STUDENT LEARNING GUIDE

Project:

Driving Question:

Final Product(s)

Presentations, Performances, Products and/or Services

Learning Outcomes/Targets

knowledge, understanding & success skills needed
by students to successfully complete products

Checkpoints/Formative Assessments

to check for learning and ensure
students are on track

Instructional Strategies for All Learners

provided by teacher, other staff, experts; includes
scaffolds, materials, lessons aligned to learning outcomes and formative assessments

(individual and team)

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