May 30

Zombies – Where Will They Go Next? (Day 3-4)

zombie geoIn this assignment you will pick one of the 3 zones that are currently experiencing outbreaks.  Once you have done that you will…

  1. Make sure that your national map has all the information documenting the outbreaks.
    1. Does your map have symbols or colour-coding to accurately show each day’s attacks. This is important in predicting where future attacks may occur.
  2. You will need to identify what the possible connections are between the places that are experiencing attacks?
    1. Does your current map have enough information for that?
      1. You may need to find more information to help you (like shipping or flight connections, topography, etc.)
  3. Make a new map that highlights only your region.
    1. What information will you need to include to accurately document the outbreaks and connections you are using to make your predictions?
    2. Don’t forget to have all the major elements that a good map should have.
  4. Document any new information on your master map.
    1. What new information has come up?
  5. Write up a clear, detailed hypothesis that explains where you think the zombies will go on days 3 and 4. Be sure to share a great amount of detail that connects all your map research and information. (By the time Mr. E is finished reading your researched and detailed explanation he should be totally convinced that you are correct in your prediction).


Zombies – Where will they go next?
  1 2 3 4
Map elements and accuracy Some essential elements may be missing. Information is unclear, hard to read, messy and inaccurate.     All the essential map elements are present and all information is clear, easy to read, neatly done and accurate.
Research and communication Students has shared little to no evidence of researching additional information and has not put enough effort into communicating their predictions.     Student has accurately researched connections between the cities and clearly communicated their predictions based on the researched information including clear writing, additional maps, and more.
Critical thinking and consideration The student has not explained their thinking or predictions making it confusing for the audience to understand.     Student has accurately shared all their research and explained how it works together to make a detailed hypothesis about where the zombies may move to next.
Total                   /12


May 19

Lava vs. Ice

Hello everybody it’s Tj and hears a quick question. ok. what do you think will win. Lava or Ice.

lavagerm VS. untitled

Comment down below to who you think will win?

Also go to my school blog for the real winner.


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