Tic Tac Toe Proportions

You must complete the Center square
You can choose two other options, but you must make a 3 in a row tic-tac-toe.
You may work with 1 partner on the poster.

What is your game plan? Click on the game plan link to let me know which activities you will be completing.
For detailed instructions, click this link, or scroll down below the tic-tac-toe board

KWL Word Cloud Postcard
Comic Poster Discussion Post
Word Problem Graphing Compare/Contrast

(links to complete each box can be clicked above)

Poster
The poster must include the 3 criteria for a proportional situation.
You can represent the criteria in any way.
If you use numbers, you can use any numbers.
You can make the poster, using any format (electronic, by hand).
The poster does not need to be on a poster board.

KWL
Click on the link (above).
A form will open.
Answer each part of the form.
Follow the directions. You must write at least two sentences. Grammar, format, and spelling will be graded.
Once you are satisfied with your responses, click submit.
You can only submit once.

Word Cloud
You must create a word cloud using at least 15 words that are associated with proportions.
Click on the link (above) to begin the word cloud.
Follow the directions to create your wordle. You can type in the words you want to use.
The more times you type a word, the bigger the word will be.
You can choose between many different formats.
To make a two word phrase, put ~ between the words (Shift and key by the 1 under escape).
Print the wordle.
If you want to save a copy for later, Print screen (3rd button from the end of the first row on keyboard) and paste in Word.

Postcard
Click on the link (above)
Follow the directions to make your postcard.
Address the postcard to either Mr. Griffin or Mr. Head, 700 Melba, Gladewater.
In the message section, include why it is important to understand proportions.
You must write at least two sentences. Grammar, format, and spelling will be graded.
You will include an illustration on the other side of the postcard after you print it.
On your postcard, you will need to include a description about your illustration, so have in mind what you will draw.
After you have completed the postcard, print the card.
Draw your illustration.

Comic
Click on the link (above).
Follow the directions to make your comic.
Your comic needs to illustrate at least one criteria of a proportional situation.
Grammar, format, and spelling will be graded.
Once you are satisfied with your comic, click print.

Discussion Post
Click on the Discussion tab on this page.
Create your response.
Follow the directions. You must write at least two sentences. Grammar, format, and spelling will be graded.

Word Problem
Click on the link (above).
A form will open.
Write your word problem.
Follow the directions. You must write at least two sentences. Grammar, format, and spelling will be graded.
Enter your answer in the space provided.
Once you are satisfied with your problem and answer, click submit.
You can only submit once.

Graphing
Click on the link (above).
Select which type of graph you will create.
The graph must represent a proportional relationship.
Remember to include a title and labels when necessary.
Once you are satisfied with your graph, click print/save. Email the graph to me: 6.belders@nhamail.com

Compare/Contrast
Click on the link (above).
You will create a Venn Diagram that compares/contrasts proportional vs non-proportional situations.
Follow the directions.
You are limited to the number of letters you can include.
You can include more information in the Description box.
Once you are satisfied with your graph, click print.

https://mrs-cook-8th-grade-math.wikispaces.com/Proportions+Project+Menu

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