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Future City

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Sarah Raza

on 19 March 2014

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Transcript of Future City

Other tips...
-Have transitions in presentation.
-DO NOT procrastinate.
-Make your board like a poster.
-Refer to your board often, otherwise it will seem like it has no purpose.
-Make everything on your board typed.
-Have a solution for disabled people and have “Disabilities Support”.
-Have clean systems.
-Use magnetism in some areas.
-Make it solar-powered and use different sources of energy: Solar, electric, hydro, etc.
-Have shiny things.
-Departments are essential.
-For water, you might want to use glass.
-Manage droughts and flooding.
Have robots.
Solve education problems.
Don’t let anything in your city go to waste.
Have many ways of transportation.
Make an island.
Have a national anthem; it would be funny.
Make a virtual world for disabled people.
Students work as a team with an educator and engineer mentor to plan cities using SimCity™ 4 Deluxe software.
They research and write solutions to an engineering problem; build tabletop scale models with recycled materials; and present their ideas before judges at Regional Competitions in January.
Regional winners represent their region at the National Finals in Washington, DC in February.
-Make things light up and move so it will be attractive.
-Make many residential areas.
-Have a GO GREEN theme.
-Have attractions in your city.
-Use professional materials.
-Maybe have a city that was repaired from a natural disaster.
-Have identical and tiny houses; makes it look neat.
Resources
Get ready future competitors, because next year's Future City competition theme will be "TRANSPORTATION"!
What is Future City?
The Future City, a national competition project, based on group learning experience where students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade imagine, design, and build a city of the future.

Tips for our competition next year...
Tips for the presentation...
Starting with tips for the model...
There are some pictures too...
-Have things to hand out like papers.
Visit the Future City website at www.futurecity.org
There are some pictures too...
First Place:
-Have transitions in presentation.
-DO NOT procrastinate.
-Speak clearly.
-Speak slowly.
-Speak loudly.
-Make it like a play.
-Have expressi-
on.
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