Groups designed by the teacher and agreed by pupils.
All members of the group must be involved in every section of the project.
Notebook sampling data from their researching work
Notebook with double function. One for supporting each student tasks when working in group and the other for helping the teacher at the individual evaluation.</li></li></ul><li>TIMMING <br />One-year project. Split up into terms<br />
INTRODUCTION<br />Before you start reading this paper, try to imagine what the picture below depicts. <br />Now, click on the picture below and watch the video three times before you start working with this paper.<br />
TASKS (Sport, trickets)<br /><ul><li> Matching next NFL Super Bowl is your best friend’s birthday, who is super fan of American football. You would like to invite him. Surfing these sites you will get to know how much it would costa couple of tickets, parking, two beers, ordering some nachos or having something to eat like hotdogs or a cheeseburger. Imagine you usually live in the town where the event is held, so do not worry about the trip, you will travel with your own car. </li></ul>Show with images:<br /><ul><li>Don´t forget to show us a stadium map with the location of your seats, and information related like gates, the nearest first aids room or some other details that would catch your attention.
Explore tickets from previous years and talk about how each ticket reflects the game's location. Start at the Super Bowl History page, then click "Ticket & Ring".</li></ul>If you want to improve your marks, find some information about the stadium (capacity, age, owner, events, …)<br />
TASKS II (Commercials and concerts)<br /><ul><li>Events:</li></ul>Each year, the Super Bowl game gets almost as much press attention for its TV commercials or its mini concerts, as for the game results. Advertisers pay millions of dollars for the opportunity to advertise on the Super Bowl game because they know they will have a captive audience of millions of viewers. Over time, some very memorable ads have appeared on the Super Bowl. <br /><ul><li> Commercials time
Half-time concerts</li></li></ul><li>PROCEDURE <br />Answer the next questions<br />SPORT<br />General Data:<br /><ul><li> What is the Super Bowl?
Where does the Super Bowl take place? In what city was it played in 2010?
What are the names of 2010 finalists? What is the name of the winner team?
Do you think the Super Bowl is a very important event in the USA?
What is the name of the TV channel that broadcasted 2010 Super Bowl?</li></li></ul><li>PROCEDURE II <br />How much does it <br /> cost a ticket for the Super Bowl?<br /> Where can you buy it?<br /> Is it difficult to manage with some?<br /> Should you buy it much time in advance?<br /> How many tickets are on sale?<br /> Which data are reflected on the tickets?<br /> Try to design a ticket for next year event.<br />
PROCEDURE III <br />Each student should choose two commercials, one that was broadcasted and another one that was banned, so that 8 adverts are analyzed in total. <br /><ul><li>Banned Commercials
Chicken Warning: Denny’s</li></li></ul><li>PROCEDURE II <br /> How many artists play during the event?<br /> Are there some more musical events during the days after or before the Super Bowl?<br /> Search for 4 artist (1 per student) that have participated on it? Do you find any differences or similarities between them?<br /> Could you say that any of this shows were specially remarkable?<br />
PROCEDURE II<br />Place the all-time champ teams on the USA maphttp://www.nfl.com/superbowl/history<br />Find out about American Football history. This document will have to be read by all students composing each group)http://wiwi.essortment.com/americanfootbal_rwff.htm<br />Who is the girl, what is her name, where is she from, how old is she, what does she say in the videohttp://www.nflrush.com/buzz/category/wesley/<br />What is PLAY 60?http://www.nflrush.com/play60/<br />ANY GIVEN SUNDAY (Watch film) http://anygivensunday.warnerbros.com/index-new.html<br />Translate all the titles that are shown on the screen http://anygivensunday.warnerbros.com/halftime.html<br />Whatisthe Rose Bowlhttp://tournamentofroses.com<br />American football glossaryhttp://football.about.com/od/football101/l/bl_glossary.htm<br />
PROCEDURE II<br />PETA<br />Thefollowingtaskcouldeasilybedesigned as a Webquestitself. Nonethelesswehavedecidedtoincludeitwithinthesame Project sincewebelieveitmay cause a lot of controversywithinthegroup. Wealsobelievethetopicis controversial enough as regards American economy: PETA's ad—whichfeatures a bevy of beautieswho are powerlesstoresistthetemptation of veggielove—wasdeemedtoohotfortheSuperBowl. NBC rejectedthe video because of concernsover "rubbingpelvicregionwithpumpkin," a woman "screwingherselfwithbroccoli!<br />Do you think the ad was banned due to highly sexual content? Why or why not? What do all nine videos on the homepage of PETA have in common? Whatis Peta? Do PETA haveofficies in your country? Are thereanyassociationslike PETA in your country? <br />http://www.peta.org/content/standalone/veggielove/Default.aspx<br />