Interdisciplinary Project Fables of Computation and Carnage Mathematic Myths of Mayhem For this project you will create mathematic problems for your classmates to solve. You must include a one-step problem (using +, -, x, , square, or square root), a two-step problem (using + X, + , - X, or - ), and a problem using the distributive property. At the same time, you must create the three problems so that together they form a three-part story. The overall story must have a protagonist, an antagonist, character dynamics, conflict, climax, and resolution, and must also exhibit elements of fables or myths. Your sytem must Include a one-step math problem 0 OR 5 Include a two-step math problem 0 OR 5 Include a distributive property problem 0 OR 5 Follow a narrative thread that includes protagonist 0 OR 5 conflict 0 1 OR 5 climax 0 1 OR 5 resolution 0 1 OR 5 setting 0 1 OR 5 elements of myth or fables 0 1 OR 10 Exhibit student’s effort and attention to detail, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Including math and written mechanics TOTAL: / 60 Project is due on March 24th in your English class!
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