You need to create a “book” of at least 5 pages in length that uses if – then statements in the form of the law of syllogism. (Conclusion of one statement must match the hypothesis of the next).
Your book should be in the style of “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” in its circular nature. Your book should end with the statement you began with. Your statements should follow a logical order. (In other words, no random statements)
Your book must be typed and illustrated. Your final project will be submitted electronically You may email the project to me or save the project on your share drive on the Chapman network.
You may use whatever software is most comfortable for you: Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.
You will be given time to work on this in class. I suggest you already have an idea so that you can attempt to finish during class.
Your project should be submitted no later than Friday, February 20.
Grading: Worth 100 points
Student includes at least five Student includes less than Student includes less
If – then statements that five but more than two than two if-then
follow logically. (30 pts) if – then statements that statements or
follow logically (20 pts) statements do not
follow logically. (10)
Project is typed and Project is typed and Project is not typed
illustrated in a manner that illustrated, but the but is neatly written
enhances the text. (30 pts) illustrations are not and illustrated. (10)
relevant. (20 pts)
Law of Syllogism:
Statements used fit the rules Statements used fit Statements do not fit
for Law of Syllogism. The the Law of Syllogism. LOS or logic is faulty.
logic flows. (30 pts) Logic is slightly faulty. (20) (10 pts)
Use of Class Time:
COWs are used carefully and COWs are used carefully Student used COW
time is well spent. Student and time is mostly well for something other
remained on task. (10 pts) spent. Student on task. (5) than project. (2)