You should work on the project for the full 8 days. The number of items you deconstruct will depend on the intricacy of the items and your description.
The bottom two shelves of the cabinets from which you can choose to deconstruct.
You should make sure to take pictures often as you deconstruct.
You can use the camera, a tablet, or your Chromebook to take pictures of your items.
Use your computer or Chromebook to research what items are called and how they work together.
You should complete your first projects drawings/Google Slide before you begin taking apart a new item.
There are safety glasses and gloves that you are encouraged to use. They can be found in the Safety Tools tub. You can keep these in your box if you are the only one deconstructing.
Tools: There are sets of precision flathead and Phillips head screwdrivers to use as well as wrenches and wire cutter in the large can and tool box. There is also a precision tool kit with a variety of connectors.
Process: You should utilize your class box to hold all materials as you deconstruct your item. Mrs. Pennington will go through your materials when you have finished to see if we can save the items for later use.
Your Project Plan should be a documentation (writing/pictures) of the list of items you may try to deconstruct. You should also document your plan for your drawings/Slides.
Your project choice writing should be either a safety plan for deconstructing your electronic or a website that describes that parts and how they work.