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The Early Years Project Ex. Bateman December 2012. Overview. Each group will be developing a ppt presentation for class notes covering a topic Clearly explain the background/context of each topic Clearly explain the content of each topic Clearly explain the impact of the topics

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The early years project ex

The Early YearsProject Ex.

Bateman

December 2012


Overview

Overview

  • Each group will be developing a ppt presentation for class notes covering a topic

  • Clearly explain the background/context of each topic

  • Clearly explain the content of each topic

  • Clearly explain the impact of the topics

  • Present the information in an engaging manor (pictures, maps, videos, ect.)

  • Content is thorough, accurate, and relevant


Overview continued

Overview Continued

  • Groups of two

  • One ppt per group

  • Projects must be submitted by the end of class Thursday

  • Class conduct while working on the project will determine the due date.

  • Students should be focused and engaged on the project, failure to do so will result in participation loss and less time to work on the project.


Rubrics

Rubrics

  • A – Knowing and Understanding

    • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of subject

  • B – Investigating

    • Clear focused research question

    • Follow an action plan

  • C – Thinking Critically

    • Analyze and evaluate a range of sources in terms of OPVL

    • Make connections between information to make valid, well-supported arguments


  • Investigating

    Investigating

    • Formulates a clear and focused research question

    • Follows an action plan to investigate a research question

    • Effectively addresses the research question


    Research question

    Research Question?

    • Should be:

      • An interesting general topic

      • Relevant

      • Focused and specific

      • Researchable

  • Ex.

    • Unfocused: What is the effect on the environment from global warming?

    • Focused: How is glacial melting affecting penguins in Antarctica?

    • Too simple: How are doctors addressing diabetes in the U.S.

    • Appropriately Complex:  What are common traits of those suffering from diabetes in America, and how can these commonalities be used to aid the medical community in prevention of the disease?

  • http://writingcenter.gmu.edu/?p=307


    Action plan

    Action Plan

    • The stages that the student follows in order to complete the investigation

    • What?

    • Where?

    • When?

    • Who?

    • Delegates and constructs an overview for the actions to be completed to complete the activity


    Origin purpose values limitations

    Origin

    Purpose

    Values

    Limitations

    Your Guide to OPVL

    You’ll be doing this for your Historical Investigation


    Evaluating sources

    Evaluating Sources

    • Not everything you hear is true

    • Would you trust:

      • Your best friend’s diary?

      • Voldemort’s personal diary?

      • A television commercial?

      • A book written by Darth Vader?

      • A Nazi newspaper?


    Sources can be

    Sources can be


    Origin

    Origin

    Capture of Saarbrucken. GIs of 70th Div seen with Nazi flag and portrait of Hitler. 22 Mar 1945. Photo: Corbis.

    • What is the source?


    Purpose

    Purpose

    Capture of Saarbrucken. GIs of 70th Div seen with Nazi flag and portrait of Hitler. 22 Mar 1945. Photo: Corbis.

    • Why is the source?


    Value

    Value

    Capture of Saarbrucken. GIs of 70th Div seen with Nazi flag and portrait of Hitler. 22 Mar 1945. Photo: Corbis.

    • How is the source useful?


    Limitations

    Limitations

    Capture of Saarbrucken. GIs of 70th Div seen with Nazi flag and portrait of Hitler. 22 Mar 1945. Photo: Corbis.

    • What can’t the source tell us?


    Ii sample opvl paragraph

    II. Sample “OPVL” Paragraph

    The origin of this source is a journal that was written by _________ in ________ in _______. Its purpose was to _________________ so _________________. A value of this is that it gives the perspective of ________________________. However, a limitation is that __________, making ______________________.


    Example of early years project

    Example of Early Years Project

    Bateman

    December 2012


    Slide 1 research question

    Slide 1: Research Question

    • Assessed using Criterion B

    • Research question should be clearly stated on the first slide


    Slide 2 action plan

    Slide 2: Action Plan

    • Assessed using Criterion B

    • Your action plan should be clearly stated on the second slide of your presentation.


    Body slides content of project

    Body Slides: Content of Project

    • Assessed using Criterion A

      • Uses humanities terminology in context

      • Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of content


    Final slides opvl bibliography

    Final Slides: OPVL / Bibliography

    • Assessed using Criterion C

    • OPVL of each source used

    • Bibliography

      • MLA Citation


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