Introduction Your design team has been requested to create a Birds of Prey advertising campaign for an upcoming environmental program at your school. You and your team have been requested to do research for the program birds and share with your peers your research on the birds of prey that may be in the program. You should be very excited because you will have the opportunity to meet some of the birds your design team is researching.
Task As a member of a design team you will work with a partner or team to get ready for the Birds of Prey program. Each team will research a bird and/or type of bird using the research chart. Then each team will create an article for the school paper a flyer to post around the school and on the school website a video advertisement about the upcoming event that can include a news story, poem, or rap about your bird that you will share with the school community.
Process <ul><li>Your teacher will assign you to a design team. </li></ul><ul><li>Each student or team will pick a bird to research using the research chart and rubrics for feedback. </li></ul><ul><li>Each team will create two advertising pieces including the following: Photo and/or drawing of the bird, traits, habitat, diet, and 3 other facts. </li></ul><ul><li>On your project you will list the date, time, and location of the event. </li></ul><ul><li>You will present your projects to your peers and teacher for feedback before final publications. </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>
Evaluation Each team will receive feedback for their research chart. Each student will receive feedback based on their participation in their team projects. See rubrics for requirements.
Conclusion Congratulations design teams, you did a wonderful job researching and creating advertising for our Birds of Prey environmental and educational program. We hope you enjoy the show!
Research Listed here are internet sites for you to research your animals. Wind Over Wings - www.windoverwings.com National Geographic - http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/ The Peregrine Fund - http://www.peregrinefund.org/ The Raptor Center - http://www.raptor.cvm.umn.edu/home.html Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bird_of_prey Student Friendly Writing Rubric - http://www.middleweb.com/ReadWrkshp/RWdownld/MvaleRubric.pdf 6 Traits 5-Point 3-12 Writer’s Rubric – http://educationnorthwest.org/webfm_send/147 Microsoft Clipart - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/default.aspx
Rubric Project Advertising Poster or PowerPoint 4 Awesome 3 Admirable 2 Acceptable 1 Developing Graphics - Photo or Drawing of your bird Excellent use of graphics. The image is excellent quality your bird is easy to identify. Great use of graphics. The image is great quality could be a little clearer. Good use of graphics. The image is good quality but the image is a little busy. No Graphics Facts about your bird Excellent, included all the facts needed about your bird. Font, size, and color of text are easy to read. Great, included most of the facts needed about your bird. Font, size, and color of text are ok to read. Good, included some of the facts needed about your bird. Font, size, and color of text are difficult to read. Okay, a few bird facts, but limited in scope. Font, size, and color of text are hard to read. Event Information Excellent, included all of the event information. Very clear and easy to read. Great, included most of the event information. Clear and easy to read. Good, included some of the event information. Is busy but legible. Some event information. Is busy and hard to read. Participation Excellent teamwork, stayed on task and was focused. Great teamwork, stayed on task most of the time and was focused. Good teamwork, stayed on task for part of the time and was focused part of the time. Okay teamwork. needs to work on staying on task and focusing.