Activity #5 - Rubric Creating


Web Site Design : Project Grades


Mr. Heeler


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Links (content)
All links point to high quality, up-to-date, credible sites.
Almost all links point to high quality, up-to-date, credible sites.
Most links point to high quality, up-to-date, credible sites.
Less than 3/4 of the links point to high quality, up-to-date, credible sites.
Spelling and Grammar
There are no errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar in the final draft of the Web site.
There are 1-3 errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar in the final draft of the Web site.
There are 4-5 errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar in the final draft of the Web site.
There are more than 5 errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar in the final draft of the Web site.
Work Ethic
Student always uses classroom project time well. Conversations are primarily focused on the project and things needed to get the work done and are held in a manner that typically does not disrupt others.
Student usually uses classroom project time well. Most conversations are focused on the project and things needed to get the work done and are held in a manner that typically does not disrupt others.
Student usually uses classroom project time well, but occasionally distracts others from their work.
Student does not use classroom project time well OR typically is disruptive to the work of others.
Interest
The author has made an exceptional attempt to make the content of this Web site interesting to the people for whom it is intended.
The author has tried to make the content of this Web site interesting to the people for whom it is intended.
The author has put lots of information in the Web site but there is little evidence that the person tried to present the information in an interesting way.
The author has provided only the minimum amount of information and has not transformed the information to make it more interesting to the audience (e.g., has only provided a list of links to the content of others).

Lesson Plan 1

Unit of Study: Equipment Safety Operation



Title of Lesson: Miter Saw Safety and Operation
Lesson Duration: 1 Day
Developed by: Kyle Heeler
Subject Area(s):Technology Education - Woods
Grade Level(s): 9-12
Information Literacy Standards:
-B.12.1 – Define the need for information
-B.12.6 – Interpret or use information to solve a problem
Content Specific Standards:
-Standard 12 – Students will develop the abilities to use and maintain technological products and systems properly.
Stated Objective(s): (Include the focused Instructional Strategy-see chart on page 13)
At the completion of this lesson students will understand how to properly use the miter saw safely and pass a safety test which is on the internet with a 100%.
Materials: Woodworking Supplies, Safety Packet, Internet access to http://quizstar.4teachers.org/
Explanation of Lesson: The lesson will start out with a lecture on how to operate the miter saw properly and its purpose. The lesson will also cover the different cuts a miter saw can make and the different parts of the miter saw. Safety will also be covered along with a demonstration of its use.
Student Assessment: The students will need to receive a 100% on the safety test for the miter saw in order to work in the lab. The safety test will be administered online through the Quiz Star website.


Lesson Plan 2
Unit of Study: Final Exam Review



Title of Lesson: Final Exam Review
Lesson Duration: 1 Day
Developed by: Kyle Heeler
Subject Area(s):Technology Education - Woods
Grade Level(s): 9-12
Information Literacy Standards:
-B.12.1 – Define the need for information
-B.12.6 – Interpret or use information to solve a problem
-B.12.8 – Evaluate the information product and process
Content Specific Standards: (ITEA)
-Standard 12 – Students will develop the abilities to use and maintain technological products and systems properly.
-Standard 19 – Students will develop an understanding of and be able to select and use manufacturing technologies.
-Standard 20 – Students will develop an understanding of and be able to select and use construction technologies.
Stated Objective(s): (Include the focused Instructional Strategy-see chart on page 13)
At the completion of this lesson students will understand the important topics and information that will be covered on the final exam which in turn will help them study and receive a passing grade of at least 90% on the final
Materials: Computer, Projector, http://jeopardylabs.com/
(http://jeopardylabs.com/play/introduction-to-woodworking-final-review)
Explanation of Lesson: This lesson will use a jeopardy format game covering the different woodworking topics throughout the year. The class will be broken up into three teams and follow the same basic rules as the original jeopardy game. By using this simple evaluation tool, students will have a better understanding of what they need to focus their studying on.
Student Assessment: Part of the assessment is based on the students answering the questions correctly. Another assessment taking place is a student self assessment as they are keeping track of what they already know and what they need to study.

Interactive Game

http://jeopardylabs.com/play/introduction-to-woodworking-final-exam-review-2


Mail Merge

form letter.docx

Claymation

Time Lapse Crash.mov