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Monday, June 8

  1. page General Assessment edited ...  Share own work in a variety of ways; evaluate particular aspects (word choice, description, …
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     Share own work in a variety of ways; evaluate particular aspects (word choice, description, language usage, organization, audience appeal….) using pre-established criteria.
    Science:
    Outcome:
    1:
    Rarely
    2:
    Occasionally
    3:
    Frequently
    4: Consistently
    8-0-1C. Identify practical problems to solve, provide solutions and justify your thoughts.
    Students are able to identify some problems that are only somewhat related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to somewhat justify only some of their thoughts and decisions.
    Students are able to identify practical problems that are somewhat related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to somewhat justify most their thoughts and decisions.
    Students are able to identify practical problems that are related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to justify most of their thoughts and decisions in a well thought out manner.
    Students are able to identify various practical problems that are directly related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to justify all of their thoughts and decisions in a clear and well thought-out manner.
    8-0-3E. Create a written plan to solve identified problem.
    Students created a written plan that includes only a few requirements of the project.
    Students created a written plan that includes many of the requirements of the project.
    Students created a complete written plan that includes all requirements of the project.
    Students created a clear, well thought-out and complete written plan that includes all requirements of the project.
    8-0-6D. Identify and make improvements to a prototype and explain the rationale for the changes.
    Students are able to justify only a few of their choices for the layout.
    Students are able to justify some of their choices for the layout.
    Students are able to justify most of their choices for the layout in a clear manner.
    Students are able to justify all of their choices for the layout in a clear and well-thought out manner.

    Social Studies:
    Mathematics:
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Wednesday, June 3

  1. page Budget edited ... You must also have a scaled drawing of your restaurant. On the drawing, you must show: · Acc…
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    You must also have a scaled drawing of your restaurant. On the drawing, you must show:
    · Accurate placement of tables.
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    plumbing fixtures.
    To do this accurately, you must figure out how much floor area you have in the restaurant. You will then need to figure out the area of the tables you choose and allow for room behind chairs, walkways, etc.
    Criteria for This Task:
    1. Find the total area of the restaurant. Using the area determine how much, what type and the total cost of all flooring you will need. Use the prices below. Indicate on your diagram where each type of flooring will be placed and its area.
    2. Place tables and chairs on the layout ensuring you leave adequate space for walk ways and movement of servers and people through the restaurant. How many will you need and what will the cost for tables and chairs be? How many people can your layout seat?
    3. Design the layout of the washrooms and use the prices below to keep track of your costs. Ensure that the eveything fits into the space.
    4. Place lights in appropriate spots. How many will you need and what will the total cost for lighting be?

    Tables
    Round
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    8:19 am
  2. page Timeline edited ... 1. Billboard and bus advertisement 2. Commercial script written out, 30 seconds long. 3. La…
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    1. Billboard and bus advertisement
    2. Commercial script written out, 30 seconds long.
    3. Layout should be well on its way by now. Remember to keep track of your costs.
    Tuesday, June 9
    1. Budget for Advertisements
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    3. Radio ad
    4. TV storyboard for commercial
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    Completed Budget and Layout
    Thursday, June 11
    1. Presentations
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    8:12 am
  3. page Written Plan edited ... Description of Task: The Written Plan will provide a record of your group’s plan for solving…
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    Description of Task:
    The Written Plan will provide a record of your group’s plan for solving the issue of viability. For a restaurant to be viable it must have the ability to survive over a long period of time. For this to happen it must make money all year round.
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    at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viable
    Criteria for This Task:
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    these problems?
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    Create a
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    a group.
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    Be prepared
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    your presentation.
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    Also be
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    to discuss howreasons for the changesway your group made todesigned the layout has improved on the original design.layout. You must justify the changes you made.your design.
    Assessment:
    Science Outcomes:
    8-0-1C.

    8-0-1C.
    Identify practical
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    to solve.
    8-0-3E.

    8-0-3E.
    Create a
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    identified problem.
    8-0-6D. Identify and make improvements to a prototype and explain the rationale for the changes.
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    6:45 am

Tuesday, June 2

  1. page Presentation edited ... 4. Speak clearly and use cue cards if you need to. 5. BE READY TO GO! Other Criteria: Ass…
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    4. Speak clearly and use cue cards if you need to.
    5. BE READY TO GO!
    Other Criteria:
    Assessment:
    ELA:
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    6:08 pm
  2. page Menu & Food Presentation edited ... E) Information inside the menu must be typed. 2. Create a meal that is tasty, colourful and r…
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    E) Information inside the menu must be typed.
    2. Create a meal that is tasty, colourful and representative to Manitoba or Canadian culture. Prepare the meal and have it ready to serve to the panel on either June 11 or Juner 12.
    Other Criteria:
    Assessment:
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    6:07 pm
  3. page Budget edited Budget - Create a budget.... operating costs (Jay define it!) Description of Task: Restaurant…
    Budget
    - Create a budget.... operating costs (Jay define it!)

    Description of Task:
    Restaurant Diagram
    You must also have a scaled drawing of your restaurant. On the drawing, you must show:
    · Accurate placement of tables.
    · Diagram of restrooms with accurate dimensions of plumbing fixtures.
    To do this accurately, you must figure out how much floor area you have in the restaurant. You will then need to figure out the area of the tables you choose and allow for room behind chairs, walkways, etc.

    Criteria for This Task:
    Tables
    Round
    Ø 60 cm diameter - $150.00
    Ø 100cm diameter - $200.00
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    Ø 50cm wide seat - $50.00 each
    Plumbing
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    $150.00 each
    Toilets

    Toilets
    - $200.00 each
    Urinals - $150.00 each
    Electrical
    Lights – $75.00 each
    Flooring
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    – $13.00/m2
    Hardwood – $20.00/m2
    Vinyl – $11.00/m2
    Ceramic – $17.00/m2
    Your budget will need to be created in Microsoft Word and presented in a pie graph format.
    Other Criteria:
    Assessment:

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    6:06 pm
  4. page Budget edited ... Description of Task: Criteria for This Task: Tables Round Ø 60 cm diameter - $150.00 …
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    Description of Task:
    Criteria for This Task:
    Tables
    Round
    Ø 60 cm diameter - $150.00
    Ø 100cm diameter - $200.00
    Rectangle
    Ø 140cm x 70cm - $250.00
    Square
    Ø 70cm x 70 cm - $200.00
    Chairs
    Leather
    Ø 50cm wide seat - $80.00 each
    Wood
    Ø 50cm wide seat - $50.00 each
    Plumbing
    Bathroom sinks - $150.00 each
    Toilets - $200.00 each
    Urinals - $150.00 each
    Electrical
    Lights – $75.00 each
    Flooring
    Carpet – $13.00/m2
    Hardwood – $20.00/m2
    Vinyl – $11.00/m2
    Ceramic – $17.00/m2
    Your budget will need to be created in Microsoft Word and presented in a pie graph format.

    Other Criteria:
    Assessment:
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    6:03 pm
  5. page Introduction edited ... 2. Timeline- Create a timeline for your project from start to finish. Who will complete what t…
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    2. Timeline- Create a timeline for your project from start to finish. Who will complete what tasks, who is responsible for specific jobs and when will those final products be completed?
    3.Written Plan - Your group will be requried to identify some practical problems that need to be solved, propose a couple of solutions to those problems and then choose one solution that will work for each problem. Then you must be prepared to justify your solutions to the Dragon's Den panel.
    4.Layout- Design4.Budget and draw a functional layout for your restaurant.
    5. Budget-
    Layout- You will
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    every cent.
    6. Marketing
    You must also design and draw a functional layout for your restaurant.
    5.**Marketing
    & Small Display-Display**- Research and
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    bus advertisement.
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    6.
    Menu &
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    and assess.
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    7.
    Presentation- You
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    6:02 pm
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