Project Design Template Project Title Encouraging Tourism through History Target Audience Subject ESL Grade level 8th by dbh18984

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									                                                       Project Design Template

Project Title: Encouraging Tourism through History

Target Audience:
      Subject: ESL
      Grade level: 8th
      Proficiency level: 2

Author: Alan Price & Pat Banning

Proficiency-Based Language Functions:
       What should students be able to do? Use new vocab., use past tense, describe-orally
                                 and written in short simple sentences and descriptive words,
       What is worthy of understanding? How Civil War battles affect the community where they are fought.
       What do I want them to remember about this unit after they complete the unit? That
                                 wars and battles affect the community where they are fought
                                  for years after the battle positively.

Project Idea: Wars have many battles and the outcome of a battle can be tentative with different affects on the local
community. Create possible outcomes of the Battle of Philippi and the how those outcomes would have affected the
community of Philippi by

Entry Event: Show a video of battle of Philippi reenactment.

Content Standards & Objectives: ELP 2.1.6; 2.2.4; 2.2.10; 2.3.5; SS.8.5; SS.O.8.5.7; SS.O.8.5.14


 Objectives Directly    Identified Learning Targets            Evidence of Success in Achieving
 Taught or Learned                                                 Identified Learning Target
 Through Discovery
ELP2.1.1.              Learn Civil War and tourist       Quizzes and observation of usage in talking
Understand a few       vocabulary                        and writing
words, phrases
and/or sentences
with basic English
grammatical forms


ELP2.1.5 Respond to
simple directions.     Follow directions relating to     Completed checklist
                       project checklist
ELP 2.1.6
Demonstrate            Fill in listening comprehension   Checklist
comprehension of       form
basic oral
presentations and
instructions

ELP2.2.4 Read and      Explain drawing of Philippi       Short oral presentation
explain own writings   battle scene
and drawings

ELP2.2.10 Create       Make drawing of Philippi battle   Draw a map of battle scene
artwork or a written   scene
response that shows
comprehension of a
selection

ELP2.3.5 Use           Use PowerPoint, Movie             PP presentation, movie, or brochure
available technology   Maker or Publisher

SS.O 8.5.7 Research    Understand sequence of battle     Construct a timeline
and construct the      Map construction
sequence of events                                       Draw a map, short oral presentation
and cite the reasons
for and resulting
consequences of the
battles




                       Importance of local events
SS.O.8.5.14 Point out related to current times           Make a brochure or PowerPoint or movie
the historical
importance of
Philippi, WV that can
be visited by tourists


21st Century Skills    Learning Skills &             Teaching             Evidence of Success
                       Technology Tools              Strategies
Information and      21C.O.5-8.1.TT7 Student        Instruct the ELL on    Oral Presentation
Communication        uses advanced features         how to do a simple     PowerPoint
                     and utilities
                     of presentation software
                                                    oral presentation      Brochure using Publisher
                     (e.g., design                  and allow for          Movie using Movie Maker
                     templates, design layouts      multiple practice
                     (fonts/ colors/                sessions.
                     backgrounds) animation
                     and graphics,
                     inserting pictures, objects,
                                                    Guide the ELL in
                     movies, sound,                 producing a
                     charts, hyperlinks, and        PowerPoint, or
                     graphs) to create an           creating a brochure
                     original product
Thinking and         21C.O.5-8.1.TT4 Student        Encourage the ELL      Time line using TimeLiner
Reasoning Skills     uses audio, video, pictures,   to think of how they   software
                     clip art,
                     moviemaker programs,
                                                    can they can create    PowerPoint
                     webpage design                 a useful and           Brochure using Publisher
                     software, electronic           creative product to    Movie using Movie Maker
                     documents, and other           share with either
                     files to create and publish    schools or
                     electronic products
                     to communicate with
                                                    communities.
                     various audiences
                     inside and outside the
                     classroom.
Personal and         21C.O.5-8.3.TT2 Student        ELLs will utilize a    Research for basic oral
Workplace Skills     conducts online research       checklist to stay on   presentation on the Battle of
                     and
                     evaluates the accuracy,
                                                    task and to check      Philippi and its impact on the
                     relevance, and                 for relevancy and      Civil War.
                     appropriateness of             accuracy of online
                     electronic information         research.
                     sources



Performance Objectives: What must all students know and be able to do as a result of this PBL experience?

      Know That battles of a war affect the community in which they happened for years to come.
           That history can be used to get peoples attention to visit historical sites.

      Do Create timelines, create maps, use tech to make movies or PowerPoint or brochure, follow
         directions, use a checklist, present before a panel.

Driving Question: How can you use the Civil War to encourage tourism in West Virginia today?
Assessment Plan: Mission: You have been hired to help increase tourism to Philippi, WV through the Civil War Battle of
Philippi. You will present your project to a panel of Civil War rein-actors, mayor of Philippi and travel agent.
.
                     Project Assessment Plan

                              Define Product                              Assessment
Vocabulary                                                                  quizzes
Civil War and tourism vocabulary
Past tense sentences on topic                                               checklist
Write past tense sentences of Civil War battle and tourism.
timeline                                                                     rubric
create timeline of beginning of CW up through battle of Philippi
oral presentation of timeline                                                rubric
Present timeline and explain to teacher
Field trip                                                                filled in form
Take field trip to Philippi to see battle area and town
map of battle                                                                rubric
Create map of battle area and troop movement
oral presentation of map                                                     rubric
Present map and explain to teacher
Listening form - expert travel agent speaking about attracting tourists     checklist
Listen to tourism expert and ask questions about tourism
storyboard for power point or brochure                                      checklist
Presentation focusing on using battle of Philippi to attract tourists
power point or brochure                                                      rubric
Presentation focusing on using battle of Philippi to attract tourists
Presentation of power point brochure                                         rubric
Present final product to panel of battle rein-actors, mayor, travel
agent


                                                                          Discussion
Final debriefing after project with student                                  using
                                                                           GRASPS
                                                                           checklist

       Criteria for exemplary performance of each product

A score of 100% and usage in class discussions.
90 % correct past tense sentences

Timeline with additional information concerning the beginning of the Civil War and
what is now West Virginia

Oral presentation with no more than 10 pauses or space fillers

A filled field trip form and questions for further discussion

Map done in color with color coded usage of armies placement and movement
with town

Oral presentation with no more than 5 pauses or space fillers

Fully filled in listening form and additional information listed at bottom from student
generated questions

Storyboard that meets all requirements of checklist

Power Point or Brochure that shows 90% comprehension of Battle of Philippi,
tourism, and demonstrates a connection focusing on attracting tourists

Oral presentation that focuses on the final product and explains it and ability to
answer 70% of questions of panel.



                                                       Contract, task assignment, Create presentation (choice of
          Major Group Products                                                 types)

                                                          Making map, fill in checklist, short oral presentation,
        Major Individual Projects                                construct timeline, vocabulary quiz,


Assessment and Reflection:

Rubric(s) I will use: (Check all           Collaboration                                  Written Communication     x
that apply.)                               Critical Thinking & Problem Solving       x    Content Knowledge
                                           Oral Communication                        x    Other
Other classroom                            Quizzes/ tests                            x    Practice presentations    x
assessments for learning:                  Self-evaluation                           x    Notes
                                           Peer evaluation                                Checklists/observations   x
(Check all that apply)
                                           Online tests and exams                         Concept maps
Reflections:                               Survey                                         Focus Group
                   Discussion                      x   Task Management Chart   x
                   Journal Writing/ Learning Log       Other



Map the Project:
                       P R O J E C T             C A L E N D A R
Project: Encouraging Tourism through History                   Start Date: October 5, 2009

     M O N D A Y            T U E S D A Y             W E D N E S D A Y               T H U R S D A Y               F R I D A Y

                                                 PROJECT WEEK ONE

                       Vocabulary                Timeline Construction          Timeline Construction           Vocabulary quiz
Entry Event            Review new                Review Vocabulary              Continued                       Preview simple
Our ELL will view a    vocabulary used in the                                   Review Vocabulary               information and
video on the battle    video                                                                                    photos of the
of Philippi            Preview different types                                                                  Covered Bridge
Vocabulary             of timelines of                                                                          and its significance
Vocabulary needed      timelines using                                                                          in the first land
for comprehension      Timeline software                                                                        battle of the Civil
of the video will be                                                                                            War.
introduced




                                                 PROJECT WEEK TWO
                       Map Construction          Map Construction               Begin Oral Presentation         Begin Student
Field Trip                                       continued                                                      Selected
To the Covered                                                                                                  Culminating
Bridge in Philippi,                                                                                             Project
WV




                                               PROJECT WEEK THREE
                             Continue            Continue work on project            Practice giving oral         Presentation
                        culminating project        and oral presentation        presentation to the 8th grade         Day!
                                                                                    Social Studies that is
Continue                                                                           covering the Civil War.
culminating
project
Product:

       Knowledge and Skills Needed                   Already Have       Taught Before        Taught
                                                        Learned          the Project        During the
                                                                                             Project
1. Learning effective questioning techniques
                                                                                              X
2. The knowledge and skills needed to access                                                  X
the computer for creating a PowerPoint.
3. The ability to give a simple but accurate oral                                             X
presentation
4. The knowledge and skills needed to utilize                                                 X
Microsoft Publisher
5. The knowledge and skills needed to create a                                                X
timeline using TimeLiner software.
6. The knowledge and skills needed of simple                                                  X
  Map construction.




Resources:

       School-based Individuals: SS teacher, principal

       Technology: Internet, Publisher, PowerPoint,

       Community: Civil War rein-actors, mayor of Philippi, travel agent, field trip to Philippi

       Materials: computer, map book, brochures, poster paper, markers, clip art, video, rein-actors, mayor,



Manage the Process:
What is needed:

      Materials:
               Vocabulary list, lined paper, pencils with erasers, fill in forms, checklists, rubrics, letter to parents, classroom computer, internet access,
PowerPoint, Publisher, Map book, Timeline software, Field trip permission form,

        People:
                  Travel agent, rein-actors, mayor of Philippi, social studies teacher,

        Plans:
                  Direct instruction and Guided instruction:
                           Civil War Vocabulary, past tense usage, Civil War, Battle of Philippi,
                           Tourism, map making, timeline construction, how to ask questions, how
                           to use graphic organizers, how to give an oral presentation

Prior Knowledge and skills needed:
               Knowledge:
                       Present tense usage, simple sentence construction, questions words,
               Skills:
                       Spelling, Writing simple sentence, how to turn on and off computer,
                        how to connect to internet, how to take pictures,

Differentiation:
        Choice of product, method of instruction variety, hands on activities for learning,
        Practices with guided help

Implementation tools:
      Student Planning Brief
      Student Investigation Brief
      Student Product Brief
      Student Presentation Brief
      Project Milestones
      Progress Report Following an Investigation


Project Evaluation: Process Rubric & Presentation Rubric; Discussion with GRASPS checklist
               FYI:
   A Student at Our School Has Been
 Chosen to Represent Philippi and recruit
tourism for the town of Philippi and the state of West
                       Virginia.
    His travel brochure was selected by diverse
           Individuals from the community
                                                                         Checklist for Project Dates

Name(s) _______________________________________________________
Date: _______________________________ESL Class Period______________

Directions: Put an X on the blank line when you have finished each part of this assignment.

_____ I can follow written and oral directions.

_____ Provide oral explanation of drawing.

_____ I can give a short oral presentation with help and practice.

_____ My map is drawn and completed

_____ My project is completed (PowerPoint, Movie or Brochure)

____ My time line is completed
                                                                                                                                      Monday afternoon
                                                                                                                                       October 5, 2009

Dear Mr. Torres,

We will be taking a field trip to Philippi, West Virginia on Monday October 12 to view the Philippi Covered Bridge, take pictures, make notes and
gather other information that Felix will need in order to complete a detailed project he is completing in his ESL class that relates to what he and his
other classmate are studying in Social Studies. This project relates to how the first land battle fought in the Civil War at Philippi can be used to
encourage people to visit historical Philippi.
We will leave at 8:00 am so that we can be back by the time school is out. You are welcome to come with us and visit this historical bridge and
town. We will get lunch at MacDonald’s or he can bring his lunch and a snack.
Please sign the form below giving Felix permission to go on the field trip.
Thanks in advance


Alan Price
**************************************************************************************
I give permission for my son to go on the field trip, Monday October 12th to Philippi, WV.____________
Parent’s signature ______________________ Date____________
I do not give permission for my son to go on the field trip, Monday October 12th to Philippi, WV._______
Parent’s signature_______________________ Date_____________
      Item Choice    Evidence of care taken in      Items meet criteria of       Includes required number    Does not include required
                     choosing items (either         assignment; few or no        of items; some              number of items
                     most significant, or           inaccuracies                 inaccuracies
                     revealing some pattern, or
                     showing cause/effect
                     relationship)


Time Line Rubric                                                         Name________________________ Date________
                                                                         Class_____________________________________
                            Distinguished                   Proficient                  Limited                Attempted
Scale and Sequence   Very appropriate for           Accurate, and appropriate;   A few items out of          Numerous items out of
                     subject matter; all items in   items in sequence;           sequence; increments        sequence; time
                     sequence with care taken       increments marked            marked                      increments not marked
                     on placement with
                     increments
Mechanics            Flawless                       Few mechanical errors        Some errors in spelling,    Many errors in spelling,
                                                                                 identification, or dating   identification, or dating
Presentation         Visually striking; attention   Clear, uncluttered, and      Legible                     Illegible or messy
                     apparent to making time        attractive
                     line an effective tool for
                     communication
                     information
                 Brochure




UNSATISFACTORY              PROFICIENT   ADVANCED
                                    Use of wrong template
                                                                                                               Creation of custom layouts:
Product Development
                                                                                                                          Insert website addresses
 No Evidence                                                            Amount of text sufficient to convey
                                                                         desired message                       Use of text and related elements to convey information in a
                                    No use of text                                                             professional manner
                                                                         Apply a design template
                                                                                                               Create a custom background
                                    No use of background
                                    Minimal or no graphic support for    Add a photo                           Scale and size a photo
                                    presentation                                                               Add text to a graphic object using a text box Rotate and fill an
Formatting and Modification                                                                                    object
                                                                         Apply formatting                      Addition of appropriate graphics from other sources, i.e.,
 No Evidence                                                                 Font changes                     internet
                                    Minimal or no text formatting             Size
                                    changes – use of default fonts            Style                            Additional font formatting:
                                                                                                                          Color
                                                                                                                          Effects


       PLAGIERISM AND/OR ACADEMIC
               DISHONESTY
                = 0 POINTS
                                                                        Good use of graphic/text mix




                                    No clear flow from one page to the   Visually attractive                   In addition to PROFICIENT requirements, presentation
                                    next within the brochure
Presentation/Navigation                                                  Flow of information enhanced and
                                                                         not detracted from information
 No Evidence                                                            delivery                              Brochure flows smoothly, professionally and in a orderly fashion


                                    Overuse of graphics effects                                                Own creative formation
Skill Sets                                  Activities
            Creating a presentation                    Delete slides
                                                        Create a specified type of slide
                                                        Create a presentation from a template and/or a
                                                         Wizard
                                                        Navigate among difference views (slide,
                                                         outline, sorter, tri-pane)
                                                        Create a new presentation from existing slides
                                                        Copy a slide from one presentation into
                                                         another
                                                        Insert headers and footers
                                                        Create a Blank presentation
                                                        Create a presentation using the AutoContent
                                                         Wizard
                                                        Send a presentation via e-mail
            Modifying a presentation                   Change the order of slides using the Slide
                                                         Sorter view
                                                        Find and replace text
                                                        Change the layout for one or more slides
                                                        Modify the Slide Master
                                                        Modify slide sequence in the outline pane
                                                        Apply a design template
            Working with text                          Check spelling
                                                        Change and replace text fonts (individual slide
                                                         and entire presentation)
                                                        Enter text in tri-pane view
                                                        Import Text from Word
                                                        Change the text alignment
                                                        Create a text box for entering text
                                                        Use the Wrap text in TextBox feature
                                                        Use the Office Clipboard
                                                        Use the Format Painter
                                                        Promote and Demote text in the slide and
                                                         outline panes
            Working with visual elements               Add a picture from the ClipArt gallery
                                                        Add and group shapes using WordArt or the
                                                         Drawing toolbar
                                                        Apply formatting
                                                        Add text to a graphic object
                                                        including ClipArt
                                                        Create tables within PowerPoint
                                                        Rotate and fill an object

            Customizing a presentation                 Add AutoNumbering bullets
                                                        Add speaker notes
                                                        Add graphical bullets
                                                        Add slide transitions
                                                        Animate text and objects
            Create output                              Preview presentation in black and white
                                                        Print slides in a variety of formats
                                                        Print audience handouts
                                                        Print speaker notes in a specified format
            Delivering a presentation                  Start a slide show on any slide
                                                              Use on screen navigation tools
                                                              Print a slide as an overhead transparency
                                                              Use the pen during a presentation




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      Managing files                                      Save changes to a presentation
                                                           Save as a new presentation
                                                           Publish a presentation to the Web
                                                           Use Office Assistant
                                                           Insert hyperlink




                                                                                                                          Group Members: _____________________________
                                                                                                                                                           _____________________________
                                                                                                                                                           ______________ DATE: _______
Map            Rubric Template
                                           Below Standard                                                     At Standard                                                   Above Standard
CRITERIA                WEIGHT                                                                                (Minimal Criteria)                               (Demonstrates Exceptional Performance)

                         25%      No correct data                                          Minimal accurate information                                      In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria
Accuracy                          Wrong placement                                          Correct placement of items                                        …
                                                                                                                                                                 Fully accurate
                                                                                                                                                                 Correct placement of additional items
      Appearance                  Sloppy                                                   Is attractive                                                     In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria
                         25%
                                  No appeal                                                Color coded for topic                                             …
                                                                                                                                                                 Attention grabbing
                                                                                                                                                                 Additional graphics
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      Information                 Very limited information                                 Complete                                                          In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria
                         25%
                                  Incorrect information                                    Correct                                                           …
                                                                                                                                                                 Additional information

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  Comprehensible                  Not understandable                                       Understandable                                                    In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria
                         25%
                                  Too vauge                                                Clear                                                             …
                                                                                                                                                                 Write short paragraph


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ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
                                                                                                                                                   PRESENTER: ___________________________________
                                                                                                                                                        PROJECT: ___________________________________
              ORAL PRESENTATION SCORING RUBRIC                                                                                                   EVALUATOR: ________________ DATE: ___________



     Structure and               30%      No formal introduction or introduction had                   Introduction had clear thesis statement and a preview of             In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
     Organization                          no clear thesis statement nor offered any                     topics to be discussed                                                 Clever attention getting introduction or an
                                           preview of topics to be discussed                            Main ideas were separated into a logical progression                     imaginative thesis and preview
       Introduction                       Main ideas were not separated into a logical                 Speaker supported important ideas and viewpoints                       Ideas connected by original transitions, logical
        Main ideas                         progression                                                   through accurate and detailed references to text or other                throughout; creative pattern
    Supporting materials                  Important ideas were not supported with                       works                                                                  Conclusion tied speech together and left
        Conclusion                         references or data                                           Conclusion restated thesis statement and summarized the                  audience with memorable message
    Length requirement                    No conclusion or conclusion did not                           ideas presented                                                        Speaker used logical, ethical and emotional
                                           adequately summarize presentation                            Time requirement was met for specific assignment                         appeals that enhanced a specific tone and
                                          Presentation did not use time allotted                        (neither too long or too short)                                          purpose
  TIME:
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                                                UNSATISFACTORY                                                                PROFICIENT                                                           ADVANCED
CRITERIA                        WEIGHT         (Below Performance Standards)                                                     (Minimal Criteria)                               (Demonstrates Exceptional Performance)

                                 20%      Speaker was hard to hear or understand                         Speaker was easy to hear and understand                            In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
Vocal Expression                          Voice or tone distracted from purpose of                       Tone was conversational, but with purpose                            Speaker was enjoyable to hear; used expression
 Rate and Volume of Speech                 presentation                                                   Voice sounded natural, neither patterned nor monotone                  and emphasis
   Pitch, Articulation and                Excessive use of verbal fillers                                Speaker pronounced words clearly, correctly and without              Speaker used voice to create an emotional
       Pronunciation                                                                                       verbal fillers                                                         response in audience
                                              0 - - - - - - - - - - - - 6 - - - - - - - - - - - - 12               14 - - - - - - - - - - - - 15 - - - - - - - - - - - - 17          18 - - - - - - - - - - - - 19 - - - - - - - - - - - - 20
Physical                         15%        Little eye contact with audience                             Strong eye contact with entire audience                            In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
Characteristics                             Poor or slouchy posture                                      Posture conveyed confidence                                          Posture was commanding and purposeful
                                            Movements were stiff or unnatural                            Gestures and movements were natural and effective                    Attire was chosen to enhance presentation
    Eye Contact, Posture,                   Attire was inappropriate for audience                        Attire was appropriate for audience and purpose
 Gestures, Movement, Attire
                                               0------------5------------8                                          9 - - - - - - - - - - - - 11 - - - - - - - - - - - - 12           13 - - - - - - - - - - - - 14 - - - - - - - - - - - - 15
Appropriateness                  15%      Speaker used inappropriate language,                         Speaker obviously considered the audience and used                   In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
of Content and                             content or examples for this audience                         appropriate language and examples                                      Examples and words were creative and well
                                          Speaker did not demonstrate a clear                          Speaker displayed a clear understanding of assignment                    chosen for target audience
Language                                   understanding of the assignment or purpose                    requirements and content
   For audience, purpose,
                                           of presentation                                              Speaker understood purpose of presentation
       and assignment
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                                 10%      Speaker appeared bored by the message or                     Speaker appeared to believe strongly in message and                  In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
Overall Impact                             presented without conviction                                  demonstrated desire to have audience listen, understand                Overall presentation was creative and exciting
Energy, Enthusiasm, Sincerity                                                                            and remember
    Originality/Creativity                     0------------3------------6                                            7-------------------------8                                       9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10

                                 10%      Materials detracted from content or                          Materials added, did not detract from presentation                   In addition to meeting the PROFICIENT criteria …
Features                                   purpose of presentation or were of such low                  Materials used were quality products; easy to see and                  Speaker creatively integrated a variety of objects,
 Multimedia, Visuals, Audio                quality as to discredit speaker                               hear                                                                     charts and graphs to amplify the message
                                             0------------3------------6                                          7-------------------------8                                          9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
                 Power Point

UNSATISFACTORY                 PROFICIENT   ADVANCED
                                    Use of only one or two slide types      Create a presentation from a            Use of Master Slide Function
                                                                            template                                Creation of custom slide layouts:
Product Development                                                         Use of 2 different slide types                     Addition of text box
                                                                                                                               Insert hyperlink
 No Evidence
                                                                            Amount of text sufficient to convey     Use of text and related elements to convey information in a
                                                                            desired message                         professional manner
                                    No use of text
                                                                            Apply a design template                 Create a custom background

                                    No use of background
                                    Minimal or no graphic support for       Add a photo                             Scale and size a photo
                                    presentation                                                                    Add text to a graphic object using a text box Rotate and fill an
Formatting and Modification                                                                                         object
                                                                            Apply formatting                        Addition of appropriate graphics from other sources, i.e.,
 No Evidence                                                                    Font changes                       internet
                                    Minimal or no text formatting                Size
                                    changes – use of default fonts               Style                              Additional font formatting:
                                                                                                                               Color
                                                                                                                               Effects


       PLAGIERISM AND/OR ACADEMIC
               DISHONESTY
                = 0 POINTS
                                   Minimal or no use of slide              Good use of basic slide transition
                                    transitions and/or animation of         and animation options                   Slide transitions and animations including:
                                    text and objects                                                                            Timings
                                                                                                                                Sound
                                                                                                                                Video
                                                                                                                                Hyperlinks


                                    Inability to navigate easily within a   Ability to navigate forward and         In addition to PROFICIENT requirements, ability to navigate
                                    presentation                            backward easily within a                using
Presentation/Navigation                                                     presentation using:                                 Action Buttons
                                                                                        Mouse                                   On-screen navigational tools
 No Evidence                                                                           Keyboard shortcuts
                                                                                        Arrow Keys

                                    Overuse of animation effects            Animation and transitions used to       Presentation flows smoothly, professionally and in a timely
                                                                            enhance and not detract from            fashion
                                                                            information delivery

                                    Print presentation as slides only       Print slides in a variety of formats:   Print:
                                                                            Slides                                             audience handouts/choose number of thumbnails per
                                                                            Handouts                                           page
                                                                            Note Pages                                         speaker notes in a specified format
                                                                            Outline View
Skill Sets                                  Activities
            Creating a presentation                    Delete slides
                                                        Create a specified type of slide
                                                        Create a presentation from a template and/or a
                                                         Wizard
                                                        Navigate among difference views (slide,
                                                         outline, sorter, tri-pane)
                                                        Create a new presentation from existing slides
                                                        Copy a slide from one presentation into
                                                         another
                                                        Insert headers and footers
                                                        Create a Blank presentation
                                                        Create a presentation using the AutoContent
                                                         Wizard
                                                        Send a presentation via e-mail
            Modifying a presentation                   Change the order of slides using the Slide
                                                         Sorter view
                                                        Find and replace text
                                                        Change the layout for one or more slides
                                                        Modify the Slide Master
                                                        Modify slide sequence in the outline pane
                                                        Apply a design template
            Working with text                          Check spelling
                                                        Change and replace text fonts (individual slide
                                                         and entire presentation)
                                                        Enter text in tri-pane view
                                                        Import Text from Word
                                                        Change the text alignment
                                                        Create a text box for entering text
                                                        Use the Wrap text in TextBox feature
                                                        Use the Office Clipboard
                                                        Use the Format Painter
                                                        Promote and Demote text in the slide and
                                                         outline panes
            Working with visual elements               Add a picture from the ClipArt gallery
                                                        Add and group shapes using WordArt or the
                                                         Drawing toolbar
                                                        Apply formatting
                                                        Add text to a graphic object
                                                        including ClipArt
                                                        Create tables within PowerPoint
                                                        Rotate and fill an object

            Customizing a presentation                 Add AutoNumbering bullets
                                                        Add speaker notes
                                                        Add graphical bullets
                                                        Add slide transitions
                                                        Animate text and objects
            Create output                              Preview presentation in black and white
                                                        Print slides in a variety of formats
                                                        Print audience handouts
                                                        Print speaker notes in a specified format
            Delivering a presentation                  Start a slide show on any slide
                                                        Use on screen navigation tools
                                                        Print a slide as an overhead transparency
                                                        Use the pen during a presentation
            Managing files                             Save changes to a presentation
                                                        Save as a new presentation
                                                        Publish a presentation to the Web
                                                        Use Office Assistant
                                                        Insert hyperlink
 Presentation
                            Below Standard                                                       At Standard                                                         Above St
                      Knowledge → Comprehension                                             Application → Analysis                                                Evaluation →
                 Student(s) do not dress appropriately.                   Student(s) dress appropriately for the presentation.                In addition to the At Standard crit
                 Student(s) do not maintain proper body language.         Student(s) maintain proper body language.                           Student(s) dress to enhance the p
                 Student(s) eat or drink during presentation              Student(s) do not eat or drink during presentation                  Student(s) use body language to e
Physical
                 Student(s) fidget, hiding behind objects, and play       Student(s) refrain from fidgeting, hiding behind objects,            presentation.
Attributes
                  with objects, etc.                                        playing with objects, etc.                                          Student(s) use physical space and
                 Student(s) do not face audience.                         Student(s) face audience.                                            purpose of the presentation.
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                 Student(s) use oral fillers (uh, ok, etc.)               Student(s) use minimum of oral fillers (uh, ok, etc.)               In addition to the At Standard crit
                 Student(s) pronounces words incorrectly.                 Student(s) pronounce words correctly and in Standard                Student(s) modify pronunciation o
                 Student(s) do not speak loudly and clearly.               English.                                                            Student(s) modulate volume and t
                 Student(s) uses tone and pace that obscures              Student(s) speak loudly and clearly.                                Student(s) modulate pace and ton
Oral & Verbal
                  communication.                                           Student(s) speak at a pace and in a tone that allows clear          Student(s) use slang, jargon or tec
Skills
                 Text contains errors.                                     communication to the audience.                                       presentation.
                 Student(s) reads from notes.                             Text displayed during the presentation is free of spelling,         Student(s) speak from memory an
                                                                            usage or mechanical errors.                                          notes or cards.
                                                                           Student(s) possess notes but do not read from them.
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                 Student(s) do not begin and end on time.                   Student(s) begin and end on time.                                In addition to At Standard criteria:
                 Student(s) do not provide preview/review.                  Student(s) provide preview and review of main ideas.              Students(s) provide written notes,
                 Student(s) do not provide clear and definable              Student(s) provide clear and definable opening and closing.       Student(s) create an opening that
Organization      opening and closing.                                       Student(s) have all required materials ready for use.               audience) and a closing that re-en
& Structure      Student(s) do not have all required materials ready.       Student(s) have practiced order of presentation.                  Student(s) demonstrate planning
                 Student(s) have not practiced presentation.                Student(s) demonstrate flexibility in the face of technical or      problems.
                 Student(s) do not demonstrate flexibility.                  contextual problems.
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                 Technical features of display boards, PowerPoints,       Technical features of display boards, PowerPoints, websites,       In addition to At Standard criteria:
                  websites, audio, video, etc., distract audience from      audio, video, etc. do not distract audience from the content        Technical features of display board
                  the content and purpose of presentation.                  and purpose of the presentation.                                      video, etc. enhance the purpose o
Technical
                 Technical features do not demonstrate care in            Technical features demonstrate care in creation, including          Technical features demonstrate cr
Attributes
                  creation, including editing, proofreading, finishing.     editing, proofreading, finishing.                                     careful planning.


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                 Student(s) do not provide appropriate oral               Student(s) provide appropriate oral responses to audience          In addition to At Standard criteria:
                  responses to audience questions, concerns,                questions, concerns, comments.                                      Student(s) incorporate audience q
Response to
                  comments.                                                Student(s) make minor modifications to their presentation             into their presentation.
Audience
                 Student(s) do not adapt their presentation based on       based on questions, concerns or comments from audience.             Student(s) display willingness and
                  questions, concerns or comments from audience.                                                                                  script/plan and modify presentatio
                0……………………………………………………..17                                 18………………………………………………………………35                                         36……………………………………………………

								
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