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2nd Quarter - PHOTO PROJECTS

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Christmas Project!
Mrs. Monks’ Math Class
This is a “found-object” project designed to have the students look at things in their natural environment, and see if a shape resembles something. The students are to photograph between 10-15 shapes depending on their topic (SHAPES, NUMBERS or LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET) and have the developed photos turned in to me by December 14th.
Conditions of this project:
·         These are to be “found” objects
·         no objects conveniently dropped into the shape: like the letter “Q”
·         no objects forced into unnatural positions: like a blade of grass bent into a trapezoid
·         no objects made: like stomping the number “8” into the snow
·         no objects made from the human/animal form: remember the “YMCA” dance? no-no
·         If an object is found, no other photo’s can be taken from the same object:
·         The letter “M” cannot be flipped into the letter “W”
·         If you have a digital camera, I do not require the photos to be developed on photo paper, as long as I have 10-15 images on paper, of some sort, to me by December 14th.
·         Wal-Mart, Hoffman’s, Alco, and other near-by establishments have disposable cameras for around $3.00, and most of these companies develop film as well.
These projects are not due for another 9 weeks - 4 days before Christmas Break. Get the project done ASAP to alleviate procrastination, and remember that photos take time to develop.
Algebra 1
·         10 NUMBERS
·         0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
·         Up to 5 number pairs like 28, 17, 109 (except for the number 11) are extra credit!
·         10 SHAPES
·         circle, acute triangle, obtuse triangle, right triangle, square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon
·         Up to 5 other shapes are extra credit!
Algebra 2
·         ALPHABET
·         15 letters – either lower-case or upper-case
·         All 26 letters are extra credit!


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