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Academic Reflective Essay
The purpose of reflective writing is to provide an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the material that you have been reading, watching, and discussing via critical thinking and writing. This learning opportunity allows you to form connections and develop a deeper understanding of issues which you will have been exploring and the relationship of those issues with your professional nursing practice and patient care outcomes in general.
Response Essay Rubric
This rubric is to be used to write a reflective essay Reflection over the material and how you internalize the information for yourself is expected to be reflected within the essay. You must comment on the material.
Differentiation Levels Group Presentation
Groups will present a chapter from Fairbain and Jones Vo and 1) summarize the main points of the chapter (Student Descriptors per level, Instructional Strategies, Assignment/Assessment Strategies); 2) present information in an interactive manner; 3) provide engaging teaching examples (use professional development section); and 4) share summary and presentation materials on Class Site.
KNOWLEDGE FORUM DISCUSSION
The basis on which your discussion will be evaluated in class is presented here. Queries directed to me on the assessment criteria detailed will be answered if posed within a week from the date of commencing the II trimester classes.
Discussion is a very important part of the course. The result will be part of the assessments. It will have 20% out of the total grade. As a group, you will be expected to discuss the topic that will be explain by the lecture each week starting from week 2-4. The group then should write the result clearly. Please put name of all the group member and put the detail of the discussion including questions and its answer in a piece of paper and give it to the lecture at the end of the class.
Research Panel Discussion
Students have undertaken research projects and produced either a research paper or a report, depending on their level. They have been asked to share their research projects with each other during an organized panel discussion.
Intercultural Training: Discussion Rubric
Students are expected to complete the assigned reading and come to class fully prepared to discuss and critically analyze the reading material. Each class member is responsible for finding answers to questions that arise to enhance her/his own learning. Because of the format of this experiential learning opportunity, class discussion will be an even more critical component of this course.
Class Participation Grade
(20 POINTS - 4 points each section) Below is a chart that shows you exactly how your class participation grade will be determined. All students are expected to participate in class! I do understand that some students are shy and participate in ways other than class discussion. Forms of participation other than participating in class discussion (although this is a primary form of participation) include coming to me for extra help, giving other students feedback in class, adhering to the no-voice and no-phone rule, consistent attendance, and being able to answer in-class ASL dialogue from both the teacher and other students. NOTE: If you get to the point of having a fair/poor participation grade in one or more areas, it will probably be recommended that you withdraw from the class, as you probably will not be able to keep up with the material. If a student is absent, s/he losts points on the punctuality grade rubric also.
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Rubric for a German-speaking Oral Final Test- Ger. 1010
PP presentation rubric German 1
This rubric can be used with end of the year rubric for German 1 PP presentations Note: No credit will be given if the presentation is read from a script.
German 1002 Oral Exam
PCHS Deutsch -- Semester Exam - Persönliche Informationen
Expected Outcome: For the PCHS end-of 1st Semester German Oral Test, students will use the "9a_Meine persönliche Information Schablone", dated Dec 2015 to conduct a 3 to 5 minute informal interview with each other. Both students will ask and answer all of the interview questions and score 75% or higher.
PCHS Deutsch 1 und 2 -- 2nd Semester Exam - Interview
Objective: Using an outline, German 1 and 2 (B2, B4 and G3) students will conduct an interview with a partner to gather both personal and school information. Expected Outcome: For the PCHS end-of 2nd Semester German Oral Test, students will use the "9a_Meine persönliche Information Schablone", dated Dec 2015 and the 2nd semester "Über meine Schule" handout to conduct a 90 second informal interview with each other and score 70% or higher.
Students (teams of two) will create a powerpoint presentation exploring one of the 16 German states and its respective capital city. Projects must include a cover page and slides for geography, customs and traditions, any regional festivals, arts, and famous people.
Group Presentation Rubric
This rubric is designed to assess the presentation of the group activity. The rubric should consider the performance of the group as a whole, as well as individual contributions.
Speaking Assessment for Oral Interview
Ger 1002- 3: Die Mündliche Prüfung
Conversation skills/Social thinking
Rubric for inititiating, maintaining and ending a conversation on a topic with a listener
Class Participation: Class Discussion
Scoring guide for grading daily participation in class and class preparation.
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