Atomic Attire ...... or Fashionable Science Upon completion of the WVMS School of Fine Arts, you have entered the world as a fashion designer and your first assignment is to create a lab vest for the Atomic Wolf Lab. The directors of the lab have been very specific as to what they want on the lab vest. All eyes are on you. If you are to succeed in the fashion world, you must make this vest spectacular. Use the guidelines specified by the directors to create the vest. Since you are a fashion expert and not necessarily a science expert, you will have to do some research to successfully reach your goal. Good luck! Do your BEST! Atomic Wolf Lab Director’s Guidelines VEST APPEARANCE 1. The vest must be colorful. 2. The vest must be neatly done. 3. Crayola type markers or colored pencils should be used. NO PERMENENT MARKER (such as Sharpies) 4. You are allowed to use embellishments such as buttons, sequins, hole punches, etc. NO GLITTER!! 5. Vest Pieces should be attached together with ribbon. (Provided by Lab Directors) You may choose an assistant to help you in your creation. You will have 5 days to complete you design. Vest is due _____________________. The following information should be found on your vest. PLEASE WRITE LARGE!!!! 1. History of the Atom: What the did the following contribute to the discovery of the atom? Democritus Lavoisier John Dalton J.J.Thompson Rutherford Niels Bohr 2. What does the word atom mean? 3. A model of an atom- MAKE IT LARGE! Label parts of the Atom 4. How does the atom connect with the periodic table? 5. A Periodic Table Block- MAKE IT LARGE! Label w/Atomic mass, Atomic number, Symbol, Element name, Electron Arrangement. 6. Elements in Your Body- get this handout from your director. Complete and attach by gluing to your vest. To begin your vest, you must get a pattern and a large piece of paper. You be allowed only ONE large piece of paper, so be work carefully. Fit the pieces of your pattern on the paper, trace pattern, then cut vest out. After you have completed your vest, attached the pieces together using ribbon. You and your partner must then decide who will model the vest in the Wolf Lab Fashion Show. You should also have a written description of the highlights of your vest. Use the guidelines on the next page to create your narrative. The non-model partner will narrate this during the fashion show. Written Description guidelines: Your narration should tell where each of the following is located on your vest: the atom model, the periodic table block, and the Elements in your body chart. You should also tell something about each of the scientist researched. In addition, point out any outstanding creativity you would like noted.