S: JEFF'S OIL PROBLEM BY GROUP #14
BC: JEFF'S OIL PROBLEM IS ABOUT A MAN CALLLED JEFF WHO IS THE CEO OF AN OIL FACTORY. SOME OF HIS EMPLOYES OVERFILL THE OIL DRUM AND NOW HE HAS TO FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO. | WHAT WILL JEFF DO? WHAT WILL HIS COMMUNITY SAY? WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE OIL FACTORY? WILL JEFF LOSE HIS JOB???? | THIS IS AMERICAS BEST SELLER!!
FC: JEFF'S OIL PROBLEM | BY:GROUP #14
1: PROLOG | JEFF IS A SUCSESSFUL CEO AT AN AMERICAN OIL FACTORY.HE LOVED TO PLAY BASKET BALL WHITH HIS SONS.HE ALSO ALSO PLAYED WITH HIS DAUGHTER.HE HAS A WONDERFULL WIFE AND FOUR BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN. HIS BEST EMPLOYE IS HIS FREIND JOE.HE HAS NEVER HAD ANY OIL PROBLEMS.
2: Jeff is the CEO of an oil factary named Jeff's Oil Factary. One day, one of Jeff's employes accidently put to much oil in an oil drum. Jeff is a very fair and caring person.Jeff didn't get to mad until he figured out about the oil that ran down to the community.He hated to see all the people mad and sad. So he will do anything to fix the problem and help the society.So to start helping,he wrote a newspaper artical that said: | Dear Community, Yesterday morning at Jeff's Oil Factory(8/11/08 at 2:30 A.M) One of my employes accidently overfilled the oil drum, that resulted in a huge oil spill. I am very sorry for the inconvinince, but I will try my very best to clean it all up. | Jeff had to FOLLOW ALL THE DIRECTIONS of writing so he could write a perfect article. He had to prewrite so he could get down all of his ideas. He had to rough draft so he could put all of his ideas together. He had to revise and edit so everything made sense.Publishing is very important beacause it makes the paper nice, neat, and easy to read.Organization is important beacause a reader needs to be interested in what they are reading.
3: Sentence fluency is important,beacause the reader needs to be able to easily understand what they're reading. Conventions are important so the sentences dont go on forever and ever, it is also important that everyhting is spelled correctly with correct grammer. Writing aplications are important beacause if the reader likes a specific genre it will be easy for them to pick out the book that they want. So thats why it was important for Jeff to do all the steps of writing but it was all worth it when he was finished.He was worried another spill like this would happen and he decided he would ask his comuitty if they thought it would be better for a machine to can oil from now on or a human. Good questions help you understand the situatian better. Putting thought in the data gives you areas to look at for future improvement and expectations of outcome it helps you predict future results. One time in third grade I went on the playground and asked every third grader what thier favorite color was. I found out that 50% of third liked purple 20% liked blue 10% liked green 7% liked pink and 3% liked yellow. If you have your mind set on somthing and it donsnt turn out right you be more likley to get angrey and quit.
4: This is the chart that he made | v o t e | oil canner 3000 | worker | He also made a tally chart | Jeff made a graphs about how many people slip in oil factories and if the comminity wanted a machine or a person to can the oil
5: Then Jeff wondered how the spill would impact his comunity. The comunity thought it might be a good opurtunity to teach the children how to prevent future spills and how to clean it up. So the children went to the factory and helped out.then the comunity provided food,clothes, and shelter for all the workers.All the workersalready pay taxes which are used for local goverment and schools. | Jeff found out the amount of people who slip in oil factories, he made another gragh
6: In order to solve his problem, he had to run a few tests. So in the the morning Jeff wanted to put 15 gallons of oil in the first oil drum. It was not enough at all. Then him and his employes started putting 10 more gallons of oil, it was still not enough. He then tried 75, it was way to much. He finally tried 55 gallons of oil in the oil drum.So now he wants to find the mean,median,mode, and range.So for mode he got none.The median was 30. For range he got 60.Finally for the mean he got 42 and a half.