REMINDER:

The Integration Project's purpose is to integrate all the areas of knowledge: Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, Family Life, Writing, Comunicación, Religión, etc.
This project has a great presence in the second and third term grading. This is an opportunity for students to show their curiosity and good and constant work. Take this as a great chance to prove yourselves as good, dedicated and responsible students.

Group 1: CHINCHAYAN (Head), ALMEIDA, HORNA, PALET, DIAZ
Topic:
Water Pollution and metals



Integrating other areas:
Chinchayan:
Story Telling
Almeida: Mathematics
Diaz: Arte
Palet: Computo
Horna: To be determined

Comment 2: Something you can consider is to show a normal and clean water ecosystem (fishes in a glass tank), and then compare different scenarios where metals can poduce pollution (rusting batteries, rusting metal cans, etc) and that you can find when irresponsible people discard these wastes into the water. The effects could be verified by measuring temperature, ph (acid level), color of the water.
This work is important because it will consider the direct harmful effects of metal pollution changing the necessary conditions for living things to survive in a water ecosystem that must not be contaminated by us if we can avoid it.

Comment 1: Good project. Make sure that you obtain information of possible water pollution present in the rivers of Peru or in other parts othe world, where you can find pollution from sources such as: mining tailings, factories, water heat pollution, etc.; integrate that information with your topic so you can raise consciousness.
Duties:
Weeks of June-30 to july 6th: All members complied.
Week of June-16 to June-22: All members complied.
Weeks of May-19 and May-26: All members complied.

Remember you have to include other subjects (math, language arts, communication, etc) in your project.


Group 2: EYZAGUIRRE (Head), MARREROS, SANO, VALLE, DAVILA
Final Topic: Tornado in a bottle

Integrating other areas:
Eyzaguirre:
Comunicación Integral
Marreros: Computo
Sano: Mathematics
Valle: Arte
Davila: Geography

Comment 3:
This group will have to demonstrate the formation of a tornado in a bottle. It is a good way to introduce the current topic of tornados and hurricanes increasing its frequency due to the changing climatic conditions of our planet because of the constant pollution the our society is bringing to this and future generations.
This group will have to obtain information to relate greenhouse effect, global warming and the formation, intensity and frequency of tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, and tsunamis.

Materials:
- Three 2 L plastic bottles (empty and without labels)
- Three 2 L plastic bottles (3/4 parts of water and without labels)
- One black marker
- Plastic washer, same size as the bottle's mouth
- Four oz of oil
- Masking tape
- Stopwatch
Comment 2:
This group seems to be well organized and complying with all the requirements.
Comment 1:
Tornado in a bottle: This is an interesting assay, because it fits very well with the Integration Project's central idea: Global Warming.
Egg floating in water: This is a topic another group (M6thA - Group 3) has already chosen. I recommend you to change your topic or redefine the experiment with a variant that can fit better with the Integration Project's central idea: Global Warming. The other possibility is that you agree with the other group and you can prepare something as the initial part and the other group can present the same topic as a continuation, or viceversa.
Duties:
Weeks of May-19 and May-26: All members complied.
Week of June-9 to June-15: All members complied.
Week of June-16 to June-23: All members complied.
Remember you have to include other subjects (math, language arts, communication, etc) in your project.


Group 3: GUERRA (Head), TIRADO, KEHS, LUNA
Topic:
Mini-Ecosystem in a pot (plants, insects)

Integrating other areas:
Guerra:
Music
Tirado: Arte
Kehs: Computación
Luna: Story Telling

Comment 3: This is an interesting work that will consider two mini-ecosystems, one clean and one "polluted", where we will observe the effects of wates in the ecosystem, lack of light (important for theprocess of photosynthesis in plants), and other pollutant agents that can affect animals.
Comment 2: This group seems to be well organized and complying with all the requirements.
Comment 1: Good idea. How about you replicate two types of mini-ecosystems? One clean miniecosystem, and one polluted mini-ecosystem or with very little time of light exposure?
Duties:
Weeks of June-16 to July-6: All members complied.
Weeks of June-2 to June-15: All members complied.
Remember you have to include other subjects (math, language arts, communication, etc) in your project.


Group 4: MARTINEZ (Head), PONCE, ROJAS, RANILLA, BORRA
Topic:
Radio without batteries
Comment 3: This group has progressed and all the members are working properly. This group will show that there are other forms to obtain energy for small devices to work, such as a radio. This work can be connected with the work from group 1.

Integrating other areas:
Martinez:
Comunicación Integral
Ponce: Personal Social
Rojas: Arte
Ranilla: Computación
Borra: Story Telling

Comment 2: This group seems organized, but there are two students that are not participating and/or working appropriately. I remind you that there is an individual and a group grading.
Comment 1: This is a project that will have to be done very carefully. It fits into the Integration Project's central idea (Global Warming), because it helps in the pollution part. However, you should be prepared to do it with more than one possible final result and you should also consider having extra material to prepare extra radio sets.
Duties:
Weeks of June-16 to June-22: Only 2 members complied.
Remember you have to include other subjects (math, language arts, communication, etc) in your project.


Group 5: RUIZ (Head), HUAYTA, UN JAN, MEJIA, ALVA
Topic:
Building a filter with natural resources

Integrating other areas:
Ruiz:
Personal Social
Huayta: Physical Education
Un Jan: Geography
Mejia: Arte
Alva: Mathematics

Comment: This is an interesting way to show how important is to use the resources that we have to build or produce useful materials, like filters to help clean different types of dirty water. In this case, the students will make a filter out of things you can find in nature.
This group will have materials ready for the fabrication of a filter during the presentation of the Integration Project.
Duties:
Weeks of June-16 to June-22: Only 2 members complied.
Remember you have to include other subjects (math, langage arts, communication, etc) in your project.



Group 1
CHINCHAYÁN DIAZ, Melanie (Head)

ALMEIDA GALLEGOS, Joaquin

HORNA ZELADA, Edinson Armando

PALET ASPILLAGA, Ariana

DÍAZ IZÁZIGA, Jose Alejandro
Group 2
EYZAGUIRRE PONCE, Fabrizio (Head)

MARREROS CHUCO, Kymberly Brygeth

SANO SALAVERRY, Bruno Fernando

VALLE MARROQUIN, Maria Laura

DÁVILA LOZADA, Alejandro Fabrizzio
Group 3
GUERRA CHAHUD, Joshua Omar (Head)

TIRADO CALENZANI, Rodrigo Rabí

KEHS ROSAS, Daniela Alejandra

PALACIOS RODRÍGUEZ, Alba Janice

LUNA VILLACORTA, Humberto Miguel
Group 4
MARTÍNEZ CLOSTRE, Alexandra (Head)

PONCE RÍOS, Martin Arturo

ROJAS ALBAREDA, Sthefanny Antuanette

RANILLA CÁRCAMO, Joaquín Mariano

BORRA PURIZAGA, Victoria Jesus
Group 5
RUIZ TORRADO, Ana Caroline (Head)

HUAYTA VALVERDE, Héctor Armando

UN JAN CONTRERAS, Sandra Paola

MEJÍA ASPILLAGA, Enzo André

ALVA GARCIA-GODOS, Mariano