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Dream Vacation Instructions

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Dream Vacation Instructions

  1. 1. Dream Vacation Project Plan a one week holiday to the destination(s) of your choice. 1.Make a Power Point presentation that includes: a map of your route, pictures and highlights of the places you visited, and an itemized list of your budget. 2. Make a brochure that focuses on the history of the city and sites you visited. This must also include pictures of your “trip.” Both projects must include a page that cites the sources you used to find your information. How to start 1. Form Groups of 3 or 4 students. No more, no less 2. Decide on your destination. Find out how many miles you will be traveling, and figure out the best route to take. (Do you want the quickest most direct route, or do you want the most scenic route?) 3. Research the hotels in the area you are traveling to, and decide which one is right for you. You might want to consider things like proximity to your destination, amenities such as pool, free breakfast, shuttle service to area attractions, and cost per night. 4. Research the attractions you are going to visit. What sights do you want to see, how much will each cost, and how many days will you be there? 5. Research the restaurants in the area. Where do you plan on eating, and how much will it cost? Remember you have 3 meals per day for 7 days, times 4 people. 6. Allow each person in your group money for souvenirs. Hints The following web sites may be helpful. www.travelocity.com www.expedia.com www.mapquest.com www.ticketmaster.com
  2. 2. Collaborative Work Skills : Dream Vacation Project Student Name: ________________________________________ 4 3 2 1 Contributions Almost always provides Usually provides useful Sometimes provides Almost never provides useful ideas when ideas when participating useful ideas when useful ideas when participating in the group in the group and in participating in the participating in the group and in classroom classroom discussion. A group and in and in classroom discussion. A definite strong group member classroom discussion. May refuse to leader who contributes a who tries hard! discussion. A participate. lot of effort. satisfactory group member who does what is required. Quality of Provides work of the Provides high quality Provides work that Provides work that usually Work highest quality. work. occasionally needs needs to be to be checked/redone by others checked/redone by to ensure quality. other group members to ensure quality. Problem- Actively looks for and Makes suggestions on Does not suggest or Does not try to solve solving suggests solutions to solutions proposed by contribute to problems or help others problems. others. solutions, but is solve problems. Lets willing to try out others do the work. solutions suggested by others. Attitude Never is critical of the Almost never is critical Occasionally is Often is critical of the project or the work of of the project or the critical of the project project or the work of other others. Always has a work of others. Often or the work of other members of the group. positive attitude about has a positive attitude members of the Often has a negative the task(s). about the task(s). group. Usually has a attitude about the task(s). positive attitude about the task(s). Focus on the Always stays focused on Focuses on the task Focuses on the task Almost never focuses on task the task and what needs and what needs to be and what needs to the task and what needs to to be done. Very self- done most of the time. be done some of the be done. Almost never gets directed. Uses time well Other group members time. Procrastinates things done and group has throughout the project to can count on this so that other group to adjust timelines or work ensure things get done person. Usually uses members must responsibilities because of on time. time well throughout the sometimes nag, this persons lack of focus. project, but may have prod, and remind to procrastinated on one keep this person on- thing. task. Preparedness Brings needed materials Almost always brings Almost always brings Often forgets needed to class and is always needed materials to needed materials but materials or is rarely ready ready to work. class and is ready to sometimes needs to to get to work. work. settle down and get to work Effort Work is this student's Makes a strong effort Gives some effort to Gives very little effort to the best effort. on the work. the work. work. Monitors Almost always checks Usually checks on the Occasionallychecks Almost never checks on Group on the progress of the progress of the group's on the group's work the group's work and does Effectiveness group's work, makes work and helps to make and helps to make not help to make it more suggestions, and helps the group more the group more effective. to make the group more effective. effective. effective. Working with Almost always listens to, Usually listens to, Occasionally listens Almost never listens to, Others shares with, and shares, with, and to, shares with, and shares with, and supports supports the efforts of supports the efforts of supports the efforts the efforts of others. Often others. Tries to keep others. Does not cause of others, but is not a good team player. people working well "waves" in the group. sometimes is not a together. good team member. Date Created: Jul 20, 2004 11:06 am (CDT) by rubistar.4teachers.org. Used with permission.
  3. 3. Multimedia Project: Dream Vacation Destination: _____________________ Students Name and number: CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Attractiveness Makes excellent Makes good use Makes use of Use of font, color, use of font, color, of font, color, font, color, graphics, effects etc. graphics, effects, graphics, effects, graphics, effects, but these often etc. to enhance etc. to enhance to etc. but distract from the the presentation. presentation. occasionally presentation content. these detract from the presentation content. Requirements All requirements All requirements One requirement More than one are met and are met. was not requirement was not exceeded. completely met. completely met. Content Covers topic in- Includes essential Includes essential Content is minimal depth with details knowledge about information about OR there are several and examples. the topic. Subject the topic but factual errors. Subject knowledge there are 1-2 knowledge is appears to be factual errors. excellent. good. Organization Content is well Uses headings or Content is There was no clear organized using bulleted lists to logically or logical headings or organize, but the organized for the organizational bulleted lists to overall most part. structure, just lots of group related organization of facts. material. topics appears flawed. Originality Product shows a Product shows Uses other Uses other people's large amount of some original people's ideas ideas, but does not original thought. thought. Work (giving them give them credit. Ideas are creative shows new ideas credit), but there and inventive. and insights. is little evidence of original thinking. Mechanics No misspellings or Three or fewer Four misspellings More than 4 errors in grammatical misspellings and/or spelling or grammar. errors. and/or mechanical grammatical errors. errors. Presentation Well-rehearsed Rehearsed with Delivery not Delivery not smooth with smooth fairly smooth smooth, but able and audience delivery that holds delivery that holds to maintain attention often lost. audience audience attention interest of the attention. most of the time. audience most of the time.

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