Marine Corps memorial in Arlington

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Hello, this project may be asking a lot, but I would really appreciate your help. I put down three files. One is the rubric. The other is the assignment instructions, and if I am not mistaken this is to be done in powerpoint using 3 media: text, audio, video, or visual image.

English | Graded Assignment | Media Project Graded Assignment Media Project Total score: ____ of 100 points During the next several lessons you will create a media project about a place that is important to you, such as the place where you live. Your teacher will score your assignment using the Media Project Grading Rubric. Look at the rubric yourself so that you know how your assignment will be scored. You may create your project using a word processing presentation program or a slide program such as PowerPoint®. Include a title slide, two or three content slides, and a sources slide that contains the URLs of your online sources. Save the document to your computer with your name at the end of the filename (e.g., NG_ELA910_W_11_GA_Alice_Jones). Submit that document to your teacher for grading. Refer to the Media Project Assignment document and follow the steps to complete the assignment. When you have finished, submit the assignment document to your teacher for grading. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 1
English | Assignment | Media Project Assignment Media Project During the next several lessons you will be creating a media project about a place that is important to you, such as the place where you live. You will use this presentation to help your audience experience the place as you do. The presentation should take two minutes or less, so each piece of media should be between 10 and 30 seconds long. The content should include an example of a meaningful symbol or personification that represents the place your project is about. Your teacher will score your assignment using the Media Project Grading Rubric. Look at the rubric yourself so that you know how your assignment will be scored. You will begin your assignment today. Follow the steps to complete the assignment. You will turn in your work as a Teacher-Graded Assignment. Plan • • • • • • • Conduct online research to find more information about the place you are describing and to find media pieces about it. Take notes, and record the URLs of the websites you use. Use at least three of these media: text, audio, video, or visual image. Choose media pieces that will enhance your audience’s understanding and fulfill your purpose. Include a title slide, two or three content slides, and a sources slide that contains the URLs of your online sources. Use organization, content, and style that is appropriate for an audience of your teacher and your peers. Make an informal outline that briefly describes each of your slides or each major part of your document. Review your work use the online planning checklist. Create • • • • • • • • You may create your project using a word processing presentation program or a slide program such as PowerPoint®. Include a title slide, two or three content slides, and a sources slide that contains the URLs of your online sources. Save the document to your computer with your name at the end of the filename (e.g., NG_ELA9-10_W_11_GA_Alice_Jones). You will submit that document to your teacher for grading. Ensure that all of the content and media clearly relate to your topic. Arrange your media and your text in relation to each other so that they enhance and clarify the information you are presenting, and so that they add interest. Plan brief introductions and explanations to go with your media pieces. Add titles and captions to visual images. Make sure to present and explain an example of a symbol or personification related to the place you describe. Use language and media that will appeal to your audience’s interests and level of knowledge. If necessary, return to your plan to adjust your organization, use of media, or timing. Review your work using the online checklist. After crafting your project, share it with others to get feedback. Revise • • Revise and proofread your project using the feedback you have received, and then review your project using the online checklist. Check that all of your media pieces are easy to perceive and understand, with clear information and attractive, legible layout. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 2 English | Assignment | Media Project Submit Your Assignment Your teacher will score your assignment using the Media Project Grading Rubric. Look at the rubric yourself so that you know how your assignment will be scored. Check with your teacher regarding the date you need to turn in the assignment. Follow the instructions in the Graded Assignment to complete the assignment and submit it to your teacher for grading. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 2 of 2
English | Grading Rubric| Media Project Grading Rubric Media Project Total Score: 100 points Use the rubrics and scoring instructions to evaluate the student’s assignment. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 5 English | Grading Rubric| Media Project 27-Point Rubric (Score: ___ of 27 points) Skill Content & Purpose 27-point score 20-point score 13-point score 6-point score For a 27-point score, the student employs evident and effective organization and structure Understanding of the purpose is conveyed through fully developed ideas: For a 20-point score, the student employs appropriate organization and structure. Understanding of the purpose is conveyed through sufficiently developed ideas: For a 13-point score, the student employs inconsistent organization and structure. Understanding of the purpose is conveyed through adequately developed ideas: • effectively presents media and develops relevant related content that clearly conveys the significance of the place • sufficiently presents media and develops relevant related content that conveys the significance of the place • adequately presents media and develops relevant related content that conveys the significance of the place For a 6-point score, the student employs organization and structure that are difficult to follow. Understanding of the purpose is somewhat conveyed through minimally developed ideas: • sequences ideas and media to create appropriate connections to the place • sequences ideas and media to create some appropriate connections to the place • sufficiently uses a variety of media to bring the audience into the experience of the place • Includes one example of a symbol or personification that represents the place. • logically sequences ideas and media to create strong connections to the place • effectively uses a variety of media to bring the audience into the experience of the place • Includes at least one meaningful example of a symbol or personification that represents the place. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. • ineffectively presents media and develops relevant related content that conveys the significance of the place • • adequately uses a variety of media to bring the audience into the experience of the place minimally sequences ideas and media to create few appropriate connections to the place • • attempts to Include one example of a symbol or personification that represents the place. ineffectively uses a variety of media to bring the audience into the experience of the place • ineffectively Includes one example of a symbol or personification that represents the place. No score No score: • Incomplete (may be copied text from another source) • May use language other than English • Unclear topic • Unclear sequence and organization Page 2 of 5 English | Grading Rubric| Media Project 27-Point Rubric (Score: ___ of 27 points) Skill Research 27-point score 20-point score 13-point score 6-point score For a 27-point score, the student demonstrates clear understanding and effective use of the research writing process to address the task, purpose and audience: For a 20-point score, the student demonstrates sufficient understanding and generally effective use of the research writing process to address the task, purpose and audience: For a 13-point score, the student demonstrates adequate understanding and somewhat effective use of the research writing process to address the task, purpose and audience: For a 6-point score, the student demonstrates limited understanding and ineffective use of the research writing process to address the task, purpose, and audience: • selects mostly relevant information and media from credible sources • selects some relevant information and media from credible sources • selects little relevant information and media from limited sources • synthesizes information from a sufficient number and variety of sources • attempts to synthesize some information from an adequate number and variety of sources • ineffectively synthesizes minimal information from an insufficient number and variety of sources • adequately integrates source information; attempts to use citations based on assignment instructions. • has difficulty integrating source information using appropriate citations based on assignment instructions. • selects relevant information and media from credible sources • synthesizes information from an appropriate number nd variety of sources • seamlessly integrates source information using appropriate citations based on assignment instruction. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. • proficiently integrates source information using appropriate citations based on assignment instructions. No score No score: • Incomplete (may be copied text from another source • May use language other than English • Unclear research focus • Unclear purpose or utility of source information Page 3 of 5 English | Grading Rubric| Media Project 27-Point Rubric (Score: ___ of 27 points) Skill Organization 27-point score 20-point score 13-point score 6-point score For a 27-point score, the student effectively incorporates required elements to develop a presentation appropriate to the purpose and audience: For a 20-point score, the student sufficiently incorporates required elements to develop a presentation appropriate to the purpose and audience: For a 13-point score, the student somewhat incorporates required elements to develop a presentation appropriate to the purpose and audience: For a 6-point score, the student ineffectively incorporates required elements to develop a presentation appropriate to the purpose and audience: No score: • Includes three or more types of media • Includes three types of media • Includes three or fewer types of media • Includes less than three types of media • Unclear topic • Includes an effective title slide, at least three content slides, and a source slide • Includes a sufficient title slide, two or three content slides, and a source slide • Includes relevant introductions and explanations for each media piece • Includes sufficient introductions and explanations for each media piece • Includes an adequate title slide, two or three content slides, and a source slide, but may be missing one or more slides • Includes an inadequate title slide, two or three content slides, and a source slide, or may be missing one or more slides • Creates a complete and effective two- • Creates an appropriate twominute presentation • Includes meaningful titles and captions for visual elements. • Includes titles and captions for visual elements. • Includes adequate introductions and explanations for each media piece • Attempts to create an appropriate twominute presentation, but may be over or under time limits • Includes titles and captions for some visual elements. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. No score • Incomplete (may be copied text from another source) • May use language other than English • Unclear purpose • Includes ineffective introductions and explanations for each media piece • Fails to meet twominute presentation time limits • Includes titles and captions for few or no visual elements. Page 4 of 5 English | Grading Rubric| Media Project 19-Point Rubric (Score: ___ of 19 points) Skill 19-point score 14-point score 9-point score 4-point score No score Conventions For a 19-point score, the student demonstrates exemplary command of conventions of English: For a 14-point score, the student demonstrates proficient command of conventions of English: For a 9-point score, the student demonstrates partial command of conventions of English: For a 4-point score, the student demonstrates limited command of conventions of English: No score • strong command of grammar, mechanics, usage, and spelling • • • • accurate spelling, capitalization, and punctuation • • • adequate command of grammar, mechanics, usage, and spelling mostly accurate spelling, capitalization, and punctuation effective, varied sentence structure and length • few or no errors; issues do not affect readability appropriate, varied sentence structure and length • minor errors; issues do not affect readability • • limited command of grammar, mechanics, usage, and spelling inconsistent spelling, capitalization, and punctuation adequate, though simple, sentence structure and length some errors; issues somewhat affect readability • • • insufficient command of grammar, mechanics, usage, and spelling inaccurate spelling, capitalization, and punctuation ineffective, sentence structure and length many errors; issues interfere with readability • • • • Incomplete (may be copied text from another source) May use language other than English Unclear topic Unclear purpose Student Name: Overall Comments: Total score: ____ of 100 points To calculate the final grade for this assignment, add the scores for each rubric topic for a maximum score of 100 points. © 2016 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 5 of 5

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Dr_Schrodinger
School: New York University

Here you go
Attached.

Outline
Slide 1: Title
Slide 2: Introduction
Slide 3: About the place
Slide 4: Activities
Slide 5: Sources


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