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Project 1 Money Conversion

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 8 months ago

Your Task


We will be comparing prices in our two countries using ratios and proportions.
Classwork, Wednesday, Jan. 17 

 

  • As a group, choose four items from your category (Wednesday, Jan. 17).
Homework due Monday, Jan. 22
  • Each person will find a picture of an item in your category and be sure you know the price (due Monday, Jan. 22).
  • Convert the price of your item in our currency to the currency of another country.  Show all of your work and include an explanation for each step. Use the following values for the exchange rate.

     

     

Classwork, Monday, Jan. 22
  • Create a slide in Paint showing the mathematics of converting the price of the item from one currency to another.  

     

  • As a group, create a  BubbleShare presentation.  Each person in the group will contribute three slides. The first slide will contain a picture of the item and the price.  The second slide will be the Paint slide that shows the mathematics of converting the currency.  The third slide will give the price in Canadian dollars and American dollars.   Each member of the group will post their slides to the same presentation.  Please tag  your  pictures and images  Alatoba07.
  • Post your presentation to the wiki page for your group.  Links to the group pages are listed below.
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    Rubric for Grading


    Rubric for IB Criterion D, Reflection and Evaluation

    0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptions given below.
    1-2 The student attempts to justify the method used and to evaluate the reliability of findings.
    3-4 The student justifies the method and the majority of processes used. The students evaluate the reliability of findings with some success.
    5-6 The student presents a reasoned justification for the method and processes and provides and evaluation of the significance and reliability of findings. The student suggests other approaches to solving the problem.
    7-8 The student presents a concise, reasoned justification and considers fully the range of approaches which could have been used, including the use of technology. The student makes a thorough evaluation of the significance and reliability of the findings.

     

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    Comments (7)

    Anonymous said

    at 12:46 pm on Jan 12, 2007

    I am hesitant to have some of those currency links. They have calculators that will eliminate the problem. There are ways around this issue.

    Anonymous said

    at 3:34 pm on Jan 12, 2007

    I put several just to keep what I found. I agree about the calculators. We might just want to post the conversion rate as of a certain date.

    Anonymous said

    at 6:58 am on Jan 13, 2007

    I can get an image to that effect and paste it in.

    Anonymous said

    at 1:37 pm on Jan 13, 2007

    I changed the dates. I think this is the earliest deadlines I can meet. We can make them later if necessary.

    Jan. 22 is a big day for our school. We are working toward becoming and IB school, and our consultant is coming to visit that day to determine how we are doing. I think this activity would be a wonderful one to do while she is there, if it goes well.

    I could also do it earlier (maybe Friday) but that doesn't give them a weekend to get their pictures. What do you think?

    One other thing...our technology work is supposed to follow the IB Design Cycle. I will email my information on that to you. I think this project is perfect, but I need to double check to make sure.

    Anonymous said

    at 9:28 pm on Jan 15, 2007

    Add 4 pictures as templates for the project. Pic,math,summary.

    Anonymous said

    at 9:30 pm on Jan 15, 2007

    Possible extention could be the comparison between the two cities, weather, population, etc...

    Anonymous said

    at 11:50 pm on Jan 15, 2007

    As you can see, I made my bubbleshare presentation. It is not beautiful, but it is done. I obviously made the text too small, but that will keep the students from reading how I worked the problem! Was this what you had in mind?

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