CHICAGO ROCKS! Geology in the City
TEAM PROJECT OVERVIEW
Hemzacek and L. Sanders
Project Goal: Investigate the geology of a specific geologic feature and present your findings.
Overview of Project Requirements
m Work as a team. All team members are responsible for the products.
m Investigate your topic using library resources, web resources, maps, and field research.
m Communicate your findings to the class via a poster presentation.
m Homework: Several homework assignments will involve parts of the project. See details below and on the assignments page.
m Poster Presentation: Produce a poster that follows the project requirements and that illustrates your findings.
m Team Citizenship Evaluation: At the end of the project, everyone will rate their own and their team members' participation. Individual grades will reflect the team grade, weighted by the results of the Team Citizenship Evaluation.
|Team Assignment #1.
This assignment has two parts, described
Due Tuesday, March 2, by class time:
Bring in information about your study area! As we discussed in class, the first steps in this process include the following:
w Share contact information with your teammates, including e-mail addresses.
w Communicate with any members not present today (contact the instructors if you don't know who they are!)
w Each team member is responsible for finding out at least one piece of information related to the project title that your team chose. Start with class resources (ISGS book/ maps/ etc.), and search online or in the library for information. Share what you find with your teammates, and then come to class Tuesday prepared to find out more!
Due Thursday, March 4,
Send a single e-mail that follows this format:
1) In the "To" line, type both instructors' e-mails.
2) In the "Cc" line, type all the team members' e-mails.
3) In the Subject line of the message, type "ESCI 109 Sec XX" [fill in your section number!], and your assigned study area.
4) In the Body of the message, list the following: