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Currency Vacation Project built by melissaellis27

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Categories: Subjects: Finance  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Flight
20 pts (both airline options, airports, prices)
Completed

20-16
Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for the correct dates that are the cheapest available. Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for the correct dates that are coach or first class. A screen shot or picture of "purchases" are saved and neatly organized in PowerPoint. Student will correctly convert flight prices to the foreign currency of destination.
Mostly Completed

15-13
Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for the that are the cheapest available. Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for coach or first class. A screen shot or picture of "purchases" are saved and in PowerPoint.
Partially Completed

12-7
Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for only one of the options. A screen shot or picture of "purchase" is saved and in PowerPoint.
Barely Completed

6-0
Student "purchases" a round trip ticket for only one of the options. "Purchase" is recorded on PowerPoint.
Hotel
20 pts (both options, price, amenities)
Completed

20-16
Student "purchases" a six night cheap hostel or motel for the correct dates. Student "purchases" a six night standard hotel for the correct dates.. A screen shot or picture of "purchases" are saved and neatly organized in PowerPoint. Student will correctly convert hotel prices to the foreign currency of destination. Pictures of hotel and amenities are provided in PowerPoint.
Mostly Completed

15-13
Student "purchases" a six night cheap hostel or motel. Student "purchases" a six night standard hotel.. A screen shot or picture of "purchases" are saved in PowerPoint. Student will correctly convert hotel prices to the foreign currency of destination. Pictures of hotel are provided in PowerPoint.
Partially Completed

12-7
Student "purchases" a six night cheap hostel or motel. Student "purchases" a six night standard hotel.. A screen shot or picture of "purchases" are saved in PowerPoint. Pictures of hotel are provided in PowerPoint.
Barely Completed

6-0
Student "purchases" a six night cheap hostel or motel. Student "purchases" a six night standard hotel.. "Purchases" are saved in PowerPoint.
Driving mileage
10 pts (home -> airport
Airport ->hotel)
Completed

10-9
Student correctly calculates the distance from TECH to the US airport they fly out of. Student correctly calculates the distance from the international airport to both hotels. Student determines a form of transportation from TECH to airport and airport to hotels. Student researches to see if the hotel provides transportation services. Everything is neatly organized on PowerPoint with screenshots from google maps.
Mostly Completed

8-7
Student correctly calculates the distance from TECH to the US airport they fly out of. Student correctly calculates the distance from the international airport to both hotels. Student determines a form of transportation from TECH to airport and airport to hotels. Student researches to see if the hotel provides transportation services. Everything is on PowerPoint with screenshots from google maps.
Partially Completed

6-5
Student calculates the distance from TECH to the US airport they fly out of. Student calculates the distance from the international airport to both hotels. Student determines a form of transportation from TECH to airport and airport to hotels. Everything is on PowerPoint.
Barely Completed

4-0
Student calculates the distance from TECH to the US airport they fly out of. Student calculates the distance from the international airport to both hotels. Everything is on PowerPoint.
Money Conversions
40 pts (flights, hotels, food, events, trips)
Completed

40-36
Student creates an itinerary that is within the $450.00 budget. Student creates a 7-day plan with a neat and detailed PowerPoint slide for each day, for BOTH vacation options (14 total slides). Student provides pictures for events, activities, dinners, etc. Student provides prices and conversions for everything that applies. Student is creative in finding unique excursions for both vacation options.
Mostly Completed

35-32
Student creates an itinerary that is within the $450.00 budget. Student creates a 7-day plan detailed in PowerPoint for each day, for BOTH vacation options (7 total slides - both options are on same slide). Student provides pictures for events, activities, dinners, etc. Student provides prices and conversions for everything that applies.
Partially Completed

31-16
Student creates an itinerary that is within the $450.00 budget. Student creates a 7-day plan detailed in PowerPoint for each day, for BOTH vacation options (7 total slides - both options are on same slide). Student provides pictures for events, activities, dinners, etc. Student provides prices.
(The fewer planned items for each day, the lower the score).
Barely Completed

15-0
Student creates an itinerary. Student creates a 7-day plan detailed in PowerPoint for each day, for BOTH vacation options (7 total slides - both options are on same slide).
Time zone
10 pts (difference home to country, time it is when you land and arrive home)
Completed

10-9
Student will determine the time difference between the time at TECH and the time in the destination. Student will calculate how many hours difference they are apart. Student will determine when they land in the destination. Student will determine what time it will be when they come back home. Answers are organized in PowerPoint.
Mostly Completed

8-7
Student only answers 3 out of the questions that follow:
Student will determine the time difference between the time at TECH and the time in the destination. Student will calculate how many hours difference they are apart. Student will determine when they land in the destination. Student will determine what time it will be when they come back home. Answers are organized in PowerPoint.
Partially Completed

6-4
Student only answers 2 out of the questions that follow:
Student will determine the time difference between the time at TECH and the time in the destination. Student will calculate how many hours difference they are apart. Student will determine when they land in the destination. Student will determine what time it will be when they come back home. Answers are organized in PowerPoint.
Barely Completed

3-0
Student only answers 2 to none of the questions that follow:
Student will determine the time difference between the time at TECH and the time in the destination. Student will calculate how many hours difference they are apart. Student will determine when they land in the destination. Student will determine what time it will be when they come back home. Answers are organized in PowerPoint.
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Barely Completed
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Daily Itinerary
15 pts (slide for each day, pictures, specific events, money spent, restaurants).
Completed

15-12
Student creates neat, organized, and creative powerpoint slides. Student clearly labels conversions and key information. Student provides illustrations and/or pictures on every slide.
Mostly Completed

11-9
Student creates neat, organized, and creative powerpoint slides. Student clearly labels conversions and key information. Student provides illustrations and/or pictures on most slides.
Partially Completed

8-5
Student creates neat and organized powerpoint slides. Student labels conversions and key information. Student provides illustrations and/or pictures on half of the slides.
Barely Completed

4-0
Student shows little effort in creating neat, organized, and creative powerpoint slides. Student does not provide pictures or other illustrations.
8 Postcards
10 pts
Completed

10-9
Student creates 8 postcards by hand. Student colors and show effort.
Mostly Completed

8-6
Student creates all 8 postcards but a few are not colored or not by hand.
Partially Completed

5-3
Student creates 4 postcards. The postcards are not created by hand or colored.
Barely Completed

2-0
Student creates 2 to 0 postcards not by hand. Does not color or show effort.
Creativity & Effort
15 pts Powerpoint, postcards, activities, conversions
Completed

15-13
Student shows effort and creativity by providing neat, organized, and creative PowerPoint slides that contain images. Student completes 8 postcards. Student creates a unique and fun filled itinerary.
Mostly Completed

12-10
Student shows effort and creativity by providing organized and creative, PowerPoint slides. Most slides have images. Student completes most postcards. Student creates a unique and fun filled itinerary.
Partially Completed

9-6
Student shows some effort and creativity by providing organized PowerPoint slides. Some slides have images. Student completes only a few postcards. Student creates a itinerary.
Barely Completed

5-0
Student shows little effort and creativity by provided little to no PowerPoint slides. Barely any slides have images. Student completes only 0-2 postcards. Student only has one or two items for each daily itinerary plan.
Collaboration
10 pts Focus and completing daily deadlines
Completed

10-9
Student is always on task each day in class. Student is actively asking for feedback or assisting other students. Student completes portions of the project on time.
Mostly Completed

8-6
Student is mostly on task each day in class with only 1 or 2 reminders. Student is asking for feedback or assisting other students. Student completes almost all portions of the project on time.
Partially Completed

5-3
Student is partially on task each day in class with 3 to 5 reminders. Student is asking for feedback only when directly asked. Student completes half of the portions on time.
Barely Completed

2-0
Student is rarely on task each day in class with more than 5 reminders. Student is not asking for help nor assisting other students. Student does not complete parts of the project on time.



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