Compounds, Mixtures, & Elements Collage Project

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Compounds, Mixtures, &
Elements Collage Project
The Nature of Matter Unit
A Collage – Definition
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• col·lage
• /kəˈlɑʒ, koʊ-/ Show Spelled [kuh-lahzh, koh-]
Show IPA noun, verb, col·laged, col·lag·ing.
• noun 1. a technique of composing a work of
art by pasting on a single surface various
materials not normally associated with one
another, as newspaper clippings, parts of
photographs, theater tickets, and fragments of an
envelope.
• 2. a work of art produced by this technique.
Compare assemblage ( def 3 ) .
Collage Examples
The Objective
• You are going to create a collage on the
provided paper showing picture examples of
compounds, mixtures, and elements.
• You must have pictures of each of them
grouped together so that we can distinguish
which is which.
Example of possible set up
Compounds
Mixtures
Elements
Additional Instructions
• You must have at least 10 pictures per unit of
matter:
– 10 different pictures showing compounds
– 10 different pictures showing mixtures
– 10 different pictures showing elements
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They must overlap like in the examples.
They must fill the provided page.
Use the lab from yesterday to help you!
You must use newspapers, magazines, sales ads,
mail flyers, etc.
• You may not use clipart from the computer.
Name _______________
Due Date ___________
Collage Rubric
Objectives
Possible
Points
Matter is grouped together correctly
20
10 different pictures showing mixtures
20
10 different pictures showing elements
20
10 different pictures showing compounds
20
You must use newspapers, magazines, sales ads, mail
flyers, etc.
10
They overlap like in the examples.
They fill the provided page completely.
Collage is put together very neatly.
10
Your Score
100
Your Points

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