Design Journal Checklists Journal # 3
- You identify the physical properties that you want your polymer to have
- You describe a plan for how you will develop your different prototypes.
- You describe a method to test the effectiveness of prototypes.
- Your writing is clear and concise with few grammar errors
- You use scientific terminology
- You create multimedia that suits the post and presented my information in a way that clearly explained my topic.
- Your blog post demonstrated a sound ability to meet the publishing standards for a blog post, including a clear title with “Polymer Journal #”, a category of “Science,” and tags
Describing Our Polymer
- We are making… Polymer which can stick to edge furniture and protect us getting injured by edge
- We want the Physical Properties to include:
Our Plan to Develop our Prototype
*Prototype = sample or model
1st we will… 2nd we will…
|Try to make outside of polymer unstick by using solutions.|
|Make it stickier that it will stick to furniture and stay stocked.|
|Try to maintain stickiness by adding materials.|
|Mixed food color to make more beautiful color.|
Our Method for Testing our Prototype: How we’ll test it to see if it works
|Method||Why we chose this/How this will be effective|
|Check the time how long the polymer can be stocked at furniture.||This can check the durability of stickiness.|
|Check the polymer by bumping. Check if it hurts or not.||Check the cushioning. It have to be enough soft to protect us from edge of furniture.|