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					             3rd Quarter Project
              Spanish 3 Block 4

          TV Cooking Show Skit:
        based on Chapters 7A & 7B

                   by
           __________________
           __________________
Approved by Sra Olsen on ________   1
                              Description
                                          WHO
•   This project is a 2 person group project. Classtime (Feb 13 and Feb 28) is dedicated to
    developing the TV Cooking Show Script format with partner and getting assistance from
    teacher. Remainder of the project must be prepared at home.
                                           WHAT
•   TV Cooking Show (in Spanish)
                                           WHEN
•   Written Project:
     – 1st phase: Draft of Conversation in Spanish - Feb 13
     – 2nd phase: Editing and Submission of TV Show Script in Spanish - March 1
     – 3rd phase: In-class submission of presentation (in Quicktime, Windows
         MovieMaker, or in PowerPoint format) via thumb drive.
     (YouTube format will not be accepted. See the librarian if you need to check out a
         video camera.) – March 13
     – 4th phase: Showtime - In-class Oral Presentations (5min – 15 minute max) of the
         cooking shows in Spanish - March 15
                                                                                        2
        1st phase: Draft of Conversation in Spanish
                     (in-class work on Feb 13)

Each group is to write a script for a TV cooking show. This is
  an open book assignment and:

• Be a conversation between two people demonstrating how
  to cook a favorite dish.
• The conversation has to go through an entire recipe.
• Must include 5 cooking verbs like: to mix, to pour…(See
  Chapter 7A vocabulary.)
• Must include 1 funny incident where 1 person messes up
  the recipe (spilling something or adding too much salt …)
• Must include the other person’s reaction.


                                                                 3
                          1st Phase Project Rubric :
                   Draft of Conversation in Spanish – Feb 13


        Name: ________________                                     Block 4

Be a conversation between two people   0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
demonstrating how to cook a favorite
dish.
Goes through an entire recipe          0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Include 5 cooking verbs                0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1 funny incident                       0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Includes the other person’s reaction   0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Be a script of a TV cooking show       0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10



 1st phase grade: _______ / 35                                               4
                     2nd Phase Project Rubric :
        Editing and Submission of TV Show Script in Spanish
                          – Due March 1

         Name: ________________                                   Block 4

Edit verbs                                 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Edit nouns                                 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Edit out any English                       0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Add to conversation for a 5 min duration   0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
List props                                 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Specify format (ppt or video)              0, 1, 2
If video confirm access to camera.         Circle: checked out from library or own




 1st phase grade: _______ / 27                                                       5
                           3rd Phase Project Rubric :

                          Presentation of Cooking Show
                           (in Spanish) - Due March 13
           Name: ________________                                      Block 4


Be a conversation between two people         0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
demonstrating how to cook a favorite dish.
Goes through an entire recipe                0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Include 5 cooking verbs                      0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1 funny incident                             0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Includes the other person’s reaction         0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Be a script of a TV cooking show             0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Creative                                     0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

 3rd phase grade: _______ / 45                                                   6
     Outline for Oral Presentation
• Follow the outline of your written project.
• This project is also a contest. Your group must convince
  the rest of the class that your TV Cooking Show is more
  creative, easier to understand and more entertaining
  than the others. Each group will do a peer evaluation
  during showtime. The winning group will earn 5% extra
  credit on their project.




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                      Oral Presentation Rubric
Name: __________________Game Name: ___________________Block 1, 2, 5
                       Below Standard                 Meets Standard                Exceeds Standard           Points
                          10-15 pts.                    16-20 pts.                     21-25 pts.             Possible
                                                                                                                100
                                                                               Presenter’s clear voice was
                 Trouble stating facts.         Presenter’s voice clear.
                                                                               at proper volume. All
Presentation     Presenter’s voice too low or   Audience members able to
                                                                               audience members able to
                 soft; making it difficult to   hear and understand
                                                                               hear and understand the          /25
                 understand. Little to no eye   information. Some eye
                                                                               information. A lot of eye
                 contact with audience.         contact with the audience.
                                                                               contact with the audience.
                 Poor organization.             Some organization.
Organization     Presentation and/or display    Presentation and displays
                                                                               Well organized project.
                                                                               Fluid transition between
                 out of sequence. Presenters    seemed organized.
                                                                               category information. A lot
                 seemed somewhat lost.          Presenters had knowledge
                                                                               of evidence of time spent        /25
                 Little to no evidence of       of information being
                                                                               preparing. Organized
                 enough time spent              presented. Evidence of time
                                                                               display of information.
                 preparing.                     spent preparing.
                 Very little information
Information/                                    Most information provided.     All information provided.
                 provided. Half or less than
                                                Almost all categories          All categories were well
  Research       half categories/ information
                                                covered. Evidence that         covered. Evidence that
                 provided. Not much time                                                                        /25
                                                some time was spent            plenty of time was spent
                 spent researching
                                                researching information.       researching for information.
                 information.
                 Poorly put together display.
  Display/                                      Average display.
                 Information poorly                                            Well put together display.
                                                Information legible (able to
  Material       displayed. Trouble
                                                read). Able to understand
                                                                               Information easy to
                 understanding information                                     understand. Plenty of            /25
                                                most information displayed.
                 displayed. Little to no                                       images and illustration
                                                Some images provided to
                 materials used. Little to no                                  provided.
                                                illustrate information.
                 images provided.

                                                                                       Total Score             /1008
                    TV Cooking Show
   Peer Evaluation Sheet - 3rd Quarter Project
 Name: _______________Block 4__March 15 , 2012
Cooking show Player evaluation
                Circle all that apply and rank
Name
1.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:
2.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:

3.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:

4.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:

5.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:

6.                   Fun, easy to understand, creative - Ranked:

Best cooking show    ____________________ (cannot be your own )   9
                    Description

                        PENALTIES:
   – late work = - 10% of grade
   – Submitting another person’s work: F and Referral to
     Assistant Principal for Disciplinary Action.
   – Remember penalties are in place to help you submit your
     own work. An A project does not need to be flawless, it
     needs to be at level and yours. When in doubt ask Sra.
     Olsen.

• I’m looking forward to seeing your project. Enjoy the
  research!

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