Exercisefor liferubricstudenthandoutrevisedsept2013

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Exercisefor liferubricstudenthandoutrevisedsept2013

  1. 1. Exercise for Life Design a Fitness flyer, advertisement, newsletter or brochure with the intent to sell the concept of regular exercise to your peers: your project should be designed to convince your peers to exercise. Project will include each of the 5 components of fitness, benefits of exercise and how to start and maintain your regular exercise. Design Layout: Flyer, advertisement, newsletter or brochure (double sided A4) Be sure to include PICTURES/IMAGES/DRAWINGS. Make your project attractive, neat, and well organized! Getting started: Windows Publisher /use the following steps: **Note: If you are using a MAC computer at home you may choose MAC pages. Audience: Kids your age. Assume the kids who read your brochure do not know anything about exercise! Purpose: Convincing people our age why they need to exercise What information does my project need to have in it? 1. Describe the 5 components of fitness and explain them in a creative way like drawing or pictures 2. 3-4 benefits of exercise 3. The recommended amount of exercise for your age 4. 3 LONG term effects that could happen to your body if you do not exercise 5. fun exercises you can do 6. Tips for getting started with your exercise plan 7. Ways you can make exercise a regular habit/action plan 8. 1-2 Fun Facts/ did you know? BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE BACK ● MLA FORMAT ● 3 SOURCES: textbook, websites and library materials Websites to use: 1. Kids Health http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/ 2. American Heart Assoc. http://americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3028650 3. Brain Pop http://www.brainpop.com/ 4. Yahooligans http://yahooligans.com 5. Textbook Wellness 7 Why Exercise? Fitness Brochure Rubric Criteria – 30 points A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- Comments/ Marks
  2. 2. Exemplary Proficient Developing Emerging Creativity (10) ● Design ● Organization ● Neatness ● Style ● Use of visuals ● -Design of the brochure is extremely eye- catching ● -Very well organized and neatly done ● -Shows imagination , insight and style ● -Makes excellent use of pictures, slogans, facts and figures ● -Design of the brochure is eye- catching ● -Organized and neatly done ● -Shows signs of style ● -Makes good use of pictures, slogans, facts and figures ● -Design of the brochure needs more thought ● -Some signs of organization and neatness ● -Needs to refer to pictures, slogans, facts and figures ● -Design of the brochure is rushed and incomplete ● -Lacking organization and neatness ● -Needs to include more pictures, slogans, facts and figures Self Peer Teacher Content (10) ● Requirements ● Detail ● Explanation ● -Exceeded all of the requiremen ts ● -The content is detailed, well researched and fully explained ● -All of the requirements have been met ● -The content is detailed and fully explained ● -Some of the requirements have been met ● -The content is complete with some explanation ● -Few of the requirements have been met ● -The content is brief and lacking explanation Relevant message & language (5) ● Relevance for Teenagers ● It clearly displays a positive exercise message. ● Awareness of the purpose ● -Excellent use of appeal to teenage audience and decision making skills. ● - Fun and energetic language ● -The audience is left with a clear understandi ng of the benefits of exercise as well the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle. ● -Good use of appeal to teenage audience and decision making skills. ● -Fun and energetic language ● -The audience is left with a clear understandin g of the benefits of exercise as well the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle. ● -Use of appeal to teenage audience and decision making skills. ● -Language relevant for teenagers needs development ● A positive exercise message is present ● -Needs to develop appeal to teenage audience and decision making skills. ● -A positive exercise message is present
  3. 3. ● -Very persuasive and appealing Bibliography (5) ● Spelling ● Punctuation ● Grammar ● Bibliography ● -No spelling/pu nctuation/g rammatical errors ● -Correctly formatted bibliograph y ● -Variety of resources used (3-5) ● -Few spelling/punc tuation/ ● grammatical errors ● -Correctly formatted bibliography ● Variety of resources used (0-3 ● -Some spelling/punct uation/ ● grammatical errors -Bibliography present ● -Content is not paraphrased very well ● -Many spelling/punctuat ion/ ● grammatical errors Grade__________ -Bibliography not present

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