Chemistry Liquid Breathing

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Graded Assignment

Honors Project 1: Liquid Breathing

Write the final draft of your project. Be sure to follow these requirements and recommendations when completing your draft:

• Open a new Microsoft Word document. Type your name, your teacher’s name, your school name, and the date at the top of your document. To help your teacher know from whom the project came, save the file as:

CHEM_304B_10_01_Honors_Project_1_Final_Draft_FirstInitial_LastName.doc

Example: CHEM_304B_10_01_Honors_Project_1_Final_Draft_M_Smith.doc

Type your project in the document you create.

• The recommended length requirement for this project is 2–4 pages (600–1,200 words), double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font. It is acceptable to write more than this; not developing your ideas enough to meet the length requirement may cause you to lose points.

• Check online for the due date of your final draft. Use the time line in the lesson to pace your work. Turn the final draft in by the due date to receive full credit on the assignment.

• Your final draft will be evaluated against a grading rubric. A copy of the rubric is included in the lesson. Read over the rubric before you submit your final draft to your teacher. The final draft assignment is worth 90 points.

Don’t hesitate to contact your teacher if you have any questions about revising your project. Your teacher is there to help you.

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