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  • A Study of Medieval Literature and Culture / Creating a Medieval Power Point Poster Twelfth Grade Literature
  • … and so it begins. (Part I – Background and Explanation)
    • Links to Literature:
    • * The Canterbury Tales
    • *Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
    • *Le Morte De Arthur
    • Medieval topics/customs within our readings:
    • Castles, knights, festivals, jousting, social classes, religion, food, transportation, and much more.
  • Part I Continues – instructions for students
    • Assignment sheet – This will be given to each student and displayed on the projection screen as we discuss it.
    • B. Teacher-created Wiki site of available online resources for creating this project. This is accessible to all students at http://mygreatresources.pbwiki.com
    • C. Assessment rubric – This will be given to each student and displayed on the projection screen as we discuss it. This may be used as a self-assessment tool.
    • D. A sample of this assignment can be seen on the following slide.
    • Questions??? Answers!!!
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  • Medieval/Middle Ages Electronic Poster – power point assignment Each student will complete one power point slide based on a topic from the English Middle Ages as discussed in class during this unit of literary studies. *An example will be shown and discussed in class. A total of three class periods will be allotted for completion of the research, composition of power point slides, and presentations. Slide must contain images and text relative to chosen topic as well as hyperlinks to websites used. You should name your slide using the following format (your first initial_your last name) Therefore, a slide that Sally Brown creates would be titled S_Brown. Completed slides must be submitted to the student work folder labeled Exley and your class period, so if you are a First period student, your work will be saved to a folder that is labeled Exley1st. Presentations of slides will occur in class on _ insert due date . Each student will be responsible for a 3-5 minute presentation of his or her completed slide. As you prepare your slide, type your name and any presentation notes in the “Notes” section below the slide. Print this, and use it as your presentation notes. At the end of your presentation, you will turn this sheet in, so it is very important to include your name on it. Presentation order will be random, so be prepared. To assist you in your search for electronic sources, you are welcome to use any of the websites on Mrs. Exley’s list of medieval sources. Visit her Wiki at: http://mygreatresources.pbwiki.com View slide
  • Middle Ages Power Point Poster Evaluation Rubric (Possible Points = 100) Excellent Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Assessment/ Comments Project is limited to one PPT slide, which contains both images andt ext. (10 pts.) Topic has been teacher-approved, and all images and text are relative to chosen topic. (20 pts.) Slide includes hyperlinks to all websites. (10 pts.) Student followed directions: -named file as directed -submitted file to correct folder -included all information on a single PPTslide -printed PPT “Notes” for presentation (20pts.)
  • Total Points = _________/100 Power Point Evaluation Rubric continued… Excellent Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Assessment/Comments Student presented PPT slide in a 3-5 minute presentation with clarity and knowledge of his or her topic using “Notes” page (20 pts.) Overall project and presentation appearance/performance (20 pts.)
  • Note: This is an example of an electronic poster that was completed based on a topic of study for an American literature class.
  • Part 2 – The Product
    • Remember the following:
    • Your electronic poster must contain text and images
    • B. You must use reliable and appropriate electronic sources
    • (for assistance ask your teacher or media specialist)
    • C. Your finished product will be completed on a single power point slide
    • D. Use the available assignment Wiki resources
    • E. Check your work using the assessment rubric
    • F. Presentations will occur in random order
  • Part 3 – The Presentation
    • Guidelines:
    • Three to five minutes in length
    • Random order
    • C. Speak clearly using notes from power point program
    • D.. Teacher’s assessment will generate from the rubric used
    • for self-assessment