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Distinctions: a)What is it? b)What is it not? (What are typical miscues/confusions that arise with this concept?) Systems: What are the important parts?

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1 Distinctions: a)What is it? b)What is it not? (What are typical miscues/confusions that arise with this concept?) Systems: What are the important parts? (Are there parts to those parts?) Relationships: Is there a relationship that matters? Cause/Effect; If/Then; First, Next, Last; etc. Perspectives: What perspectives do I need to look at? (Who are the stakeholders?)...and how does this part fit into an even bigger picture?

2 Directions for DSRP (200 points) extra credit:Due on or before June 2th 1.Choose a topic that you’ve learned about recently in any class at school (or in some other educational setting: a museum, a documentary film screening, a language or cultural school, etc.). 2.Complete the following: a. Fill out the DSRP template on the reverse side completely. (See me for help, if need be.) b. Using Power Point, neatly and clearly recreate your work using the DSRP Template provided. 3. Be sure that the main concept that you’re explaining appears in the center star - large and bright enough for readers to see. 4. You are encouraged to get help from parents, teachers, siblings or friends (by asking questions about the topic that you choose). *Alternate assignment: For budding film makers, complete steps 1 and 2a above, but instead of a Power Point, make a video (along w/ a partner if you wish) explaining your concept using DSRP. You may borrow the “Think Blocks” to assist you in the DSRP explanation for the video, if you wish. Send an email to Mrs. Stivers at sstivers@smmusd.org for a copy of this Power Point so that you may use it to create your own DSRP Diagram. Be aware: Incomplete diagrams will not receive credit.sstivers@smmusd.org

3 Distinctions: a)What is it? b)What is it not? (What are typical miscues/confusions that arise with this concept?) Systems: What are the important parts? (Are there parts to those parts?) Relationships: Is there a relationship that matters? Cause/Effect; If/Then; First, Next, Last; etc. Perspectives: What perspectives do I need to look at? (Who are the stakeholders?) teacher best science friend...and how does this part fit into an even bigger picture? Great Teacher – Carol Wrabel What Carol is What Carol is not science fanatic works w/ NASA organized, clean, spends a great deal of time setting up labs loves chosen to ride “Vomit Comet” dogs Diet Cokes riding her motorcycle shy fond of Mexican food tolerant of students who goof off a fan of bulldozers in the Onyx Core Carol Jade Core Science Department Eighth Grade Staff Lesson Link DSRP National Board Certified student core department parent female teacher Carol Most likely to set things on fire long hours: earliest to arrive, last to leave expert on safety; best chemist fair, consistent, available. Makes kids love science! outstanding role model in the field of Science; Hooray for female scientists! colleague Carol science department motivating, inspiring jade core safety coordinator sounding board for all of my best science ideas


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