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  1. page Maya edited Maya's Park {Park.jpg} Dimensions: Maya Schmidt
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Tuesday, August 21

  1. page Assignment edited You need to complete four parts to this assignment: Design and print out your park; Write a p…

    You need to complete four parts to this assignment:
    Design and print out your park;
    Write a persuasive letter detailing why your design should be chosen
    Reflective writing as detailed in Self-Knowledge below
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Thursday, June 7

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  4. page Sawyer edited ... {sawyer_park.jpg} Report: 1 Scale = Each box is 5m long and 5m wide 1 Flower Bed....…
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    Report:
    1Scale = Each box is 5m long and 5m wide
    1
    Flower Bed.....................................H=45mBed
    H=45m
    B=9m A=(b
    2
    2 = Tree..............................................A=Tree
    3 = Tree
    4 = Tree
    ...
    6 = Tree
    7 = Sidewalk/pathway
    A= 205m
    8 = Pond
    9 = Table................................................L=3mTable
    L=3m
    W=3m A= 9m
    10 = Table..............................................L=3mTable
    L=3m
    W=3m A= 9m
    11 = Table..............................................L=3mtable
    L=3m
    W=3m A= 9m
    12 = Table..............................................L=3mTable
    L=3m
    W=3m A= 9m
    13 = Table..............................................L=3mTable
    L=3m
    W=3m A= 9m
    14 = Playground......................................L=50mPlayground
    L=50m
    W=45m A= 2250sqm
    15 = Picnic Area......................................L=70mArea
    L=70m
    W=50m A=
    Reflection:
    How has your understanding of access to public spaces been changed by your experience of trying to access the Upper Field by wheelchair?
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  5. page Emma-Lou edited {rose.jpg} {rose.jpg} {mathtree.jpg} {mathtree.jpg} {mathparll.jpg} First of all welcome to…
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    First of all welcome to my page! I would like to give you an introductory about this math project. In sixth grade math we are doing a project called CAS Park Project. The students have to design their own park and add certain things in it. The software which we are using to design the park is called Macromedia Flashware (something like that...) we don't only have to design a park we also have to record dimensions and areas of the things included in our park. I am now finished with my park and you can have a preview of it below.
    Reflection:Report As I
    Picnic Area (Shape B):
    ...
    X 30 = 1260
    1260
    – 320 = 940
    940
    Meters
    Length:
    Width:
    ...
    Something I wish I had more of for this project was time. I wish all the classes could have gotten more time to complete the project so we could all do better with a greater amount of time.
    I REALLY LIKED THIS ASSIGNMENT!
    My Persuasive Letter:Report:
    How has your understanding of access to public spaces been changed by your experience of trying to access the Upper Field by wheelchair? The day when we went to the Upper Field we didn't try to access the wheel cair but I did expiriment a bit. You couldn't get the chair up the stairs or down the stairs so you had to go in the wheel chair take the elevator to the breezeway and go outside the school. Once you're outside the school you walk left towards the upper feild and at the end of the upper feilfd there is a gate. This gate could be opened and a wheel cair could be accessed. Although there are three poles infront of the gate the chair will still fit through. So know I do understand.
    What have you learned about the process when designing the park? Eg, how did you manage to convert real dimensions to grid dimensions and vice versa? Somethings I have learned while making the park are that Macromedia Flashware is a very handy refrence when you have to do a technical project. I learn't how to scale things down so you wouldn't have to make something real life size on the grid. I learn't how to find the area of a circle.( eg: 3.14 X 2 X 2 ) As I said before I learned how to scale things down so they would not be life size but I knew how to convert them because i pictured it from a birds eye view and since birds fly high I made the things small but not only that. I also thought about it to see if it would make sense or not because if you had a thing which was scaled down then it sould be small not huge.
    What suggestions can you make for improving the process for next year’s students?
    Ideas for next years students:
    -look at our parks to get great idead
    -hand everything in on time so your grade won't drop
    -if you feel like you are dropping behind ask a friend to help or partner up with someone
    -ask for help if you're confused.
    -use your time well
    Letter:

    101 Beauty Lane, Beverley Hills
    U.S.A 10100
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