Famous Scientist Wanted Poster Project
by E.S. Belasic
Be on the look out for this man!
Albert Einstein
WANTED FOR THEORY OF RELATIVITY
Requirements:
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Poster MUST be on an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper-any color. 4 points
Mug shot - We need to know what he/she looks like! 5 points
First, Middle and Last name of your scientist. 3 points
Birth Date and Year of Death (if applicable). 3 points
What country was he/she born in and where did he/she do their work? 5 points
What are he/she famous (wanted) for—their accomplishments? 2-3 complete sentences,
in your own words. 15 points
7. Print out or photocopy of your sources with info highlighted. 8 points
8. Your name on the bottom right corner. 2 points
Choose 5 of the following requirements to add to your poster (5 points):
1. A quote by your scientist
2. A picture of what they worked on, ex. Invented telephone
3. Where they went to school/college
4. If they had any other jobs, ex teacher, lawyer, doctor…etc.
5. Family information: husband/wife, children, parents, brothers, sisters.
6. What else was happening in history when this scientist was famous? Ex. WWII
7. Did this scientist work with another scientist? Who was it and what did they do?
8. Are there any museums or other places that are named after your scientist? Where is it?
9. Place your poster in a piece of construction paper to make it sturdy and add a border.
Scientists: Highlight or circle your assigned scientists after Mrs.
Ragland’s approval…
• Ampère, André Marie
• Archimedes
• Aristotle
• Armstrong, Neil
• Audubon, John James
• Avogadro, Armedeo
• Babbage, Charles
• Bell, Alexander
• Blackwell, Elizabeth
• Bohr, Niels Henrik David
• Boyle, Robert
• Brahe, Tycho
• Callipus
• Carson, Rachel
• Carver, George
Washington
• Celsius, Anders
• Charles, Jacques
Alexander César
• Copernicus, Nicolas
• Cousteau, Jacque
• Crick, Francis
• Curie, Marie
• Darwin, Charles
• Dalton, John
• Democritus
• Edison, Thomas
• Einstein, Albert
• Eratosthenes
• Euclid
• Faraday, Michael
• Fleming, Alexander
• Franklin, Rosalind
• Galileo
• Gates, Bill
• Glenn, John
• Goodall. Jane
• Gould, Stephen Jay
• Halley, Edmund
• Hawking, Stephen W.
• Heraclitus
• Herschel, Frederick
William
• Hertz, Gustav Ludwig
• Hippocrates
• Hooke, Robert
• Hubble, Edwin
• Irwin, Steve
• Jobs, Steve
• Joule, James
• Kelvin, William Thomson,
Lord
• Kepler, Johann
• Leakey, Louis Semour
Bazett
• Leeuwenhoek, Anton van
• Linnaeus, Carl
• Lovelace, Ada Byron
*Names in BOLD are from ancient Greece
• Marconi, Guglielmo
• Mendel, Gregor Johann
• Mendeleev, Dmitriy
• McClintock, Barbara
• Mitchell, Maria
• Newton, Sir Isaac
• Nightingale, Florence
• Ohm, Georg Simon
• Oppenheimer, J. Robert
• Pascal, Blaise
• Pasteur, Louis
• Pauling, Linus
• Planck, Max Karl Ernst
Ludwig
• Priestley, Joseph
• Ptolemy
• Pythagoras
• Ride, Sally
• Rutherford, Ernest
• Sagan, Carl
• Salk, Jonas
• Schrodinger, Erwin
• Stephenson, George
• Tesla, Nikola
• Thales
• Thatcher, Margaret
• Thompson, J. J.
• Volta, Alessandro,
Count
• Watson, James
• Watt, James
Name: ________________________
Science project
Teacher:
Date of Presentation: ____________
Title of Work: ___________________
Criteria
1
Organization
Content
Knowledge
Visuals
Mechanics
Delivery
2
Points
3
Audience cannot
Audience has
Student presents
understand presentation difficulty following
information in
because there is no presentation because logical sequence
sequence of
student jumps
which audience can
information.
around.
follow.
Student is
Student does not have uncomfortable with
grasp of information; information and is
student cannot answer able to answer only
questions about subject.
rudimentary
questions.
Student occasional
used visuals that
Student used no visuals.
rarely support text
and presentation.
Student's presentation
Presentation had
had four or more
three misspellings
spelling errors and/or and/or grammatical
grammatical errors.
errors.
Student mumbles,
Student incorrectly
incorrectly pronounces pronounces terms.
terms, and speaks too Audience members
quietly for students in
have difficulty
the back of class to hear. hearing presentation.
Student is at ease
with content, but
fails to elaborate.
Visuals related to
text and
presentation.
4
Student presents
information in
logical, interesting
sequence which
audience can
follow.
Student
demonstrates full
knowledge (more
than required)with
explanations and
elaboration.
Student used
visuals to reinforce
screen text and
presentation.
Presentation has no
Presentation has no
more than two
misspellings or
misspellings and/or
grammatical errors.
grammatical errors.
Student used a
Student's voice is
clear voice and
clear. Student
correct, precise
pronounces most
pronunciation of
words correctly.
terms.
Total---->
Teacher Comments:
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