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Rubric for Persuasive Letter
Students required to write a persuasive letter to a company in Jamaica that manufactures beverages sold in plastic bottles. This letter is to persuade the company to use an alternative form of packaging because of the harmful effects of plastic on the environment. Students must conduct research and provide suggestions for the company.
Map of Jamaica Showing Parishes, Capitals and Counties
Draw a map of Jamaica Insert the parishes, capitals and the counties Be sure that your map has a title, compass and key.
Boigraphy: Celebrating the life of.........
Biography should include important details of the persons life and the contributions he/she made to their community/country. An essay will be written on this person including Personal information, qualities, and contributions. This biography needs at least 5 paragraphs.
A Model of Our Solar System
Students will take their knowledge of our solar system and create a 3D model of it. The planets should be in the correct order and be relatively proportioned to each other (Mars should not be bigger than Jupiter). The sun should be included. All planets should be clearly labeled in some way. Each student will have to present their project to the class, so they should come prepared to discuss how their 3-D solar system model was created and be able to discuss the solar system and planets.
3D Model of a Plant Cell
Students must create a 3-D model of a plant cell. Students must label all parts of the cell listed below and be prepared explain their model. The model must represent the major aspects of a cell, including but not limited to: nucleus, mitochondria, cell wall, cytoplasm, and vacuole.
World Religion Project/Presentation Rubric
In groups you will be researching and presenting information about the African religion using the sub-headings below: • Historical background • Basic belief system (one god, many gods, etc.) • Sacred texts • Key leaders • Sacred spaces and places • Rituals, services, or ceremonies • Holidays, festivals and celebrations • Demographics Standard 4: Students will understand cultural and intellectual developments and interactions among societies.
The U.S. Government
United States Government--this project is about creating a poster, board game, or skit describing the U.S. Government in detail. Standard: 6.5.i Compare and contrast major political systems.
Persuasive Letter Rubric
Write a persuasive letter and include at least three reasons convincing the person to consider your point of view. The persuasive essay must contain five developed paragraphs. You should incorporate persuasive strategies and voice in your writing.
Write a persuasive essay on an attraction that you have visited. The persuasive essay must contain 5 fully developed supporting paragraphs . You should incorporate persuasive strategies and voice in your writing.
Extreme Weather Project: Tsunamis
Students will research and discover information about tsunamis. Group will present their information in a Weather Channel format.
Hurricanes and Tornadoes Poster & Presentation
Students will research hurricanes and tornadoes and create an informative presentation.
African Country 3-D Map
Students will create a 3-D Map of their country of study. Map is to include all the required components on the rubric.
European Explorer iMovie Due: December 8
Create a 2-3 minute video on the Explorer assigned. Include the following: Biography for explorer. Identify the country that sponsored his voyage. Years of exploration What did he accomplish? Interesting Information: Write a paragraph, which contains interesting information you learned from your research. III. Map of his voyage. Use a world map to trace the individual explorer’s voyage. All countries involved should be labeled. List resources used. Use your own words.
Social Studies Video on the Taino Influence on Jamaica
Students will create a " video" that will be 3 to 5 minutes in length. It will consist of creating a newscast with anchors and reporters discussing the Taino Influence in Jamaica. The video must include each partner speaking. All members of the team will contribute and participate in the video. You may use others for your video. The final script is due October 10th and the video is due October 20.
5th Grade Expository Essay on an Explorer
Guidelines for scoring an expository essay on the explorer chosen in Social Studies Class. The essay should provide biographical information about the explorer and major events in his life.
Black History Month: We Celebrate!!!!
Biography should include important details of the persons life and the contributions he/she made to their community/country. An essay will be written on this person including Personal information, qualities, and contributions. This biography needs at least 5 paragraphs. Due February 29, 2016.
The Importance of Developing a Healthy Lifestyle.
Student will give a 2 minute maximum speech. This is your first speech and will be graded lightly in comparison to future speeches.
5th Grade Expository Essay- Jamaican Studies
Guidelines for scoring an expository essay.
Jamaican Studies Podcast
Students make a podcasts on topics chosen that showcases our history, culture, and accomplishments as a nation.
Timeline of the History of Jamaica
Students are to create a timeline (can be horizontal, vertical) on historical events in Jamaica from 600 AD to 2016. There should be no less than 20 items on the timeline. Students are to include pictures that they believe represent the all the events on the timeline.
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