Form 1 Integrated Technology

   Integrated Technology 
2010-09-30 Developing an ITech Portfolio 
The ITech Portfolio is a collection of information about all the technical and vocational subjects. It is an ONGOING term project; bits of information will be added as the term progresses. By creating a portfolio, students will learn how to sort and file information for future use. It will encourage creativity and develop research skills. 
Students are reminded to be economical. RECYCLE materials found at home (cornflakes boxes, wood shavings, etc.) and purchase a reasonably CHEAP folder.
  • Cover page and portfolio cover - Oct. 4th (1J), 5th (1D)
  • Food and Nutrition subjects dividers/separators - Oct. 7th (1D/J)
  • Industrial Arts subject dividers/separators - Oct. 11th (1J), 12th (1D)
Mark Scheme 

 Use of various materials, 

various colours, unique

design -- 3 

Some different materials

and colours used, somewhat

unique-- 2 

No variation in materials

and colour, not unique  

-- 1

 Relevant information

 All requested information

included -- 3 

 Most requested information

included -- 2  

 Few requested

information included -- 1

 Cover page/Dividers

 All required information shown

(cover page: student's name,

form, subject, teacher's name,

group logo; dividers: unique and

relevant to subject area) -- 3 

 Most requested information

included; some unique

dividers -- 2 

Few requested information

included; dividers not unique

-- 1 

 NB: This first phase of the ITech Portfolio tests students' creativity. Before ANY information is placed into the portfolio, students must first "map-out" how and where certain information will be placed. 
16:16:31 2010-10-15 Article # 1 
Copy and paste the following website address into a new browser:
Read the article and answer the questions based on the article in your own words. This is due on Thursday 21st Oct. before you leave the school. 
  1.  Which instrument is used to take a glimpse of the planets?
  2. List the things that WISE will be taking pictures of. 
  3. Name the scientist that is in charge of the WISE project. 
  4. How is WISE kept in rotation around Earth?
  5. How long will it take WISE to have pictures of the entire sky?
  6. What does WISE stand for?
  7. What is radiation? Which example of radiation is given in the article? 
  8. How are images created using an ordinary digital camera?
  9. Why can WISE see things that other telescopes cannot?
  10. What are asteroids and why are they difficult to see?
  11. What are brown dwarfs?