Name of Planet Provide a caption for each image. Ex: This is a compilation image showing the seasons on Saturn. The images were taken by the Hubble Space Telescope from Earth’s years 1996-2000. You and Your Partner’s Names Period History • Who discovered your planet? When? How? Where? • Describe how the planet got its name. • Place a photo (with a caption) of the planet symbol and if possible, the discoverer as well. Solar System • Order from the sun. • Distance from the sun in AU and in km. • Orbital period (how long is one trip around the sun?) • Rotation (length of one day). • Place an photo on this slide that shows where your planet is located in relative to other planets. Planet Measurements • Include all measurements from your data worksheet. • Insert a photo (with a caption) of your planet. Composition and Atmosphere • Describe the core and surface composition of your planet. • Describe the composition of the atmosphere if any. If your planet does not have an atmosphere, simply state your planet does not have one. • Include a photo (with a caption) of the inside of your planet (found on the enchantedlearning.com website). Surface Conditions • List surface temperatures – coldest, hottest, average. • Describe the details about weather found on your planet. If you are doing Jupiter or Neptune, this is where you should show and tell about the large spot. Moons • How many moons does your planet have? • List moon names. • If your planet has no moons, add more pictures and captions instead. Put the name of the most interesting moon here • Tell us about this interesting moon. • Provide several facts. • Include a photo (with a caption). • Again, if your planet does not have moons, add more photos and captions. Rings • Provide information about the rings surrounding your planet. • Include a photo (with a caption) of the rings. • If your planet does not have rings, add more photos and descriptive captions. Exploration • List satellite names and dates that have explored your planet. • Include a photo (with a caption that describes the mission) of at least one of the satellites that has visited your planet. • Add more slides if you need to. Grading • The completed Research Worksheet is worth 200 points! • This presentation is worth 800 points. – 700 for content. Did you complete everything asked with a high level of effort? – 250 for great images with excellent captions. – 50 for style and neatness. Is your presentation colorful, easy to read, and neat? • Total: 1,000 points! • Delete this slide before turning in. Did you finish early? • Make your presentation “Over the Top” – Add more facts – Add more photos with descriptive captions – Add animations – Add an audio narration – Add supportive graphics Saving Your Work • Save the PowerPoint (ppt) in your period’s folder that is located in the Mr. Gardinier folder on the desktop. • Save your PPT file and any images in that folder only. • Any images or files left on the desktop WILL BE DELETED! • The file size for this presentation is too large to send to WebLockrz. If you want to work on this at home, you will need a flash drive. • Delete this slide before turning in. Turning in Your Presentation • When finished, alert Ms. Hunter. • She will copy your presentation to a flash drive for grading. • If you have your own flash drive or a recordable CD, you can take home your presentation files. • WARNING – No points are awarded if your presentation gets “accidentally” deleted, does not save, gets lost, is at home, etc. YOU are responsible for your files. • Delete THIS slide before turning in.