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Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
Tech  Unit  Teacher  Powerpoint
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  • Title of Teacher PowerPoint Your name
  • What If? Set up a scenario to raise students’ anticipation to begin the project Get them excited, curious, and eager to begin Share a story, an anecdote, a hypothetical situation, a perceived need Be creative, positive, encouraging
  • The Essential Question Examples: Why is math useful every day? Why do people make music? What is another culture like? Why is California, U.S., world history important? How do I visit Japan? Who needs computers?
  • Timeline: Monday: Introduce the unit; pick partners if it’s cooperative, assign duties Tuesday: Gather data Wednesday: Gather data, create product Thursday: Gather data, create product Friday: Create product, prepare presentation Monday – Friday: Present to the class
  • Grading Must finish each day’s assignment by bell Project application file must have x-number of elements (application rubric) Student must know x-amount of knowledge about the subject matter (content rubric) Presentation must have x-number of expectations (presentation rubric)
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    • 1. EXPLORING THE MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Kelly Hughes
    • 2. WHAT IF…
      • Imagine that you are in charge of running your assigned mission. You have a friend who is interested in learning more about the 21 California Missions. They would like to visit a mission, but can’t decide which one to visit. Create an informational brochure that will convince your friend that your mission is the one they should visit.
    • 3. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
      • In this project, you will do the following:
      • Research your assigned mission using the internet and the books we have checked out from the library
      • Fill out a mission fact sheet
      • Use the fact sheet to write a 3 paragraph research essay on your mission
      • Create a Mission Brochure to share information about your mission with others
    • 4. TIMELINE
      • Day 1: Using the CA Mission Website, find your mission, and look for helpful information to include on your Mission Fact Sheet
      • Day 2: Finish your Mission Fact Sheet using the books we checked out from the library
      • Day 3: Using the information from your Mission Fact Sheet, organize your information onto the Mission Graphic Organizer
      • Day 4: Using your Graphic Organizer, type a 3 paragraph essay about your mission using your AlphaSmart.
      • Day 5: Finish typing your essay on your AlphaSmart
    • 5. TIMELINE CONTINUED
      • Day 6: While in the Computer Lab, upload your Mission Report from your AlphaSmart to your student computer and spell check and edit your rough draft
      • Day 7: Fix any corrections Miss Hughes has made on your Rough Draft, and print out a Final Draft of your Mission Report
      • Day 8:
      • 1.Copy and Paste your Report from Microsoft Word to Apple Works.
      • 2. Go back to the Mission Website to look for pictures of your Mission to Copy and Paste into AppleWorks
    • 6. TIMELINE CONTINUED
      • Day 9:
      • 1. Open your Brochure in AppleWorks
      • 2. In a separate column from your pictures and report, draw the layout of your mission
      • Day 10: Create another column in your brochure for the Front Cover. On the Cover include a picture of the front of your mission and its name and address
      • Day 11: Edit your brochure and print it out
    • 7. GRADING
      • You will be graded on your Mission Report and your Mission Brochure.
      • Mission Report
        • Must have 3 paragraphs
        • Include all basic facts from Fact Sheet
        • Use correct spelling, grammar, and capitalization
        • Mission Brochure
        • Does your brochure include all required elements?

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