Goal
Reality
Option
Wrap-up
Aim: To discover what chromium does to eyesight.
Assesment: Make a presentation about chromium. Reasearch about chromium and be able to answer all questions about it at the end of presentation.
Range: How much chromium is enough for your body.
Action: Complete GROW chart, reasearch about food and their chromium levels, put into Prezi, practice prezi, and present.
Objectives: To answer all of my questions about chromium, and how it impacts eyesight.
Examples: Some of the healthiest foods rich in chromium are
Broccoli, Barley, Oats, Green Beans, and Tomatoes.
Suggestions:Connor - What other things can Chomium do.
Obstacles: While researching sometimes I could not find the thing I was looking for, and had to go in more webssites to find it.
Topic: How does chromium affect our eyesight.
Assumption: Chromium can help eyesight because it works to increase the efficiency of insulin to optimal levels.
Choices: I chose to look at foods that have the most chromium in them.
Aim: Create a good research project about chromium that is the appropriate length, with a balance between text and images that is well rehearsed.



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