PROYECTO
1. CREAR UN ANUNCIO EN FAVOR O EN CONTRA LA COMIDA
CHATARRA. (100 PUNTOS)
- -ENSAYO DE 300 PALABRAS
- USAR CITAS ...
RUBRICA

Minimal
10 pts
Audience cannot
understand presentation
because there is no
sequence of information.

Basic
14 pts...
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Proyecto gravar la comida chatarra

  1. 1. PROYECTO 1. CREAR UN ANUNCIO EN FAVOR O EN CONTRA LA COMIDA CHATARRA. (100 PUNTOS) - -ENSAYO DE 300 PALABRAS - USAR CITAS LECTURAS. - USAR EL PRETERITO/ IMPERFECTO/SUBJUNTIVO/ MANDATOS POR LO MENOS 2 VECES. - FORMATO: POSTER 2. CREAR UN REPORTAJE (PROGRAMA DE ENTREVISTA) EN FAVOR O EN CONTRA LA COMIDA CHATARRA. (100 PUNTOS) - USAR CITAS LECTURAS. - USAR EL PRETERITO/ IMPERFECTO/SUBJUNTIVO/ MANDATOS POR LO MENOS 2 VECES. - FORMATO: VIDEO – ENTREVISTAS/INVITADOS (SIN LEER)
  2. 2. RUBRICA Minimal 10 pts Audience cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence of information. Basic 14 pts Audience has difficulty following presentation because student jumps around. Proficient 17 pts Students present information in logical sequence which audience can follow in Spanish. Advanced 20 pts Students present information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow in Spanish. Content There are no benefits or why you should buy it. Students misuse grammar or vocabulary making it difficult to understand the selling of the product. Students clearly stated with correct grammar and vocabulary the benefits and why you should by the product. Students highlight many great things about the product and explains why you should buy it in a creative way Selling the idea Students made no attempt Students do not have to persuade engage the persuasive language or audience. story in the advertisement /program Students have great language but few visuals or props are included in the presentation Students were engaging their audience with visuals, exciting and persuasive language that engaged the audience Verb Conjugations There many errors in the final draft. Student used no variation with verb tenses. Student used no variation of verbs. There are some errors in the final draft. Student used minimal verb tenses. Student demonstrated little variation of verbs. Student used different verb tenses some of the time. 7 There are few errors in the final draft. Student used different verb tenses some of the time. Student demonstrated some variation of verbs. PRESENTATION Student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, and speaks too Student's voice is low. Student incorrectly pronounces terms which Student's voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most There are very few errors in the final draft. Student used different verb tenses most of the time. Student demonstrated a great variation of verbs. re many errors in the final draft. Student used no variation with verb tenses. Student used no variation of verbs. Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise pronunciation of terms. Organization

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