Grade Seven Project Collection

Teacher Librarian -Shawn Johnson
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Water/Soil Inquiry
School / Teacher Name
Alvin Buckwold/Kendra Toor
Grade Level
7/8
Subject Area
Science
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
Is protecting our natural resources important?
What are the societal and environmental impacts of historical and current catastrophic geological events?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)

Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project

Link to Teacher or Classroom Blog
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Teacher Librarian -Marge Roszell
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Making a Difference
School / Teacher Name
Dundonald/Edie Robinson and Sarah Casey
Grade Level
gr. 7
Subject Area
S.S/ELA
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How do children react to the rules, policies and laws that impact their lives?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)

Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project
Represent a child in a situation where rules, policies or laws impacted their lives in either past or present events around the world Telemedia commercials (Adopt a Village), and interviews (representing a child from a Pacific Rim country)
Link to Teacher or Classroom Blog
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Link to Teacher-Librarian's Blog
http://roszellmarge.blogspot.ca/
Teacher Librarian - Sheena Hushagen
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Social Responsibility - Personal Choice or Societal Obligation?
School / Teacher Name
Ecole Victoria
Grade Level
7 and 8
Subject Area
English Language Arts
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How do I lead so others will follow?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
rubric, surveys, ancedotal records, co-constructed criteria,
Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project
Public Service Announcements
Link to Teacher or Classroom Blog
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Link to Teacher-Librarian's Blog
notjustalibrarian.blogspot.com (teacher blog) mmemayo.blogspot.ca


Teacher Librarian - Denise Rossmo-Wiegers
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Resources and Wealth
School / Teacher Name
Roland Michener / James Haight
Grade Level
grade 7
Subject Area
Social Studies
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
Why are some countries wealthier than others?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)

Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project


Students will use Infographics and Prezi to illustrate their findings on the connections between
wealth and resources within a country.


Teacher Librarian - Lisa Proctor
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Exploring Personal Limits
School / Teacher Name
John Lake/Mitch Lowe
Grade Level
grade 7 and Grade 8
Subject Area
Health
Essential Questions (for each grade)
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How well do you know yourself and your personal limits? (Grade 7)
Kid speak -Do you know your limits? àWhere is your stupid line?
How does knowing yourself and your personal limits help you influence and support others? (Grade 8 )
STUDENT CREATED QUESTIONS AS WELL: Using:
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)

Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project
Creation of a PSA that could be shared with Sask Health
Link to Teacher or classroom Blog
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Teacher Librarian - Tanya Beattie
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Social Action
School / Teacher Name
North Park Wilson School - Virginia Skaalid
Grade Level
7
Subject Area
Career Education / English Language Arts
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
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Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
Checklists
Self-Assessments
Peer-Assessments
Final Project rubric
Observations
Documentation of participation & leading roles
Measure student understanding from oral answers and written responses
Other Supporting Documents
Curriculum Outcomes
Career Education 7
CC7.2 (Connections to Community) Analyze the contributions work makes to the
individual and their community, including globally Communicate some examples of
how one can contribute to the community through unpaid work)
English Language Arts 7
CC7.1 (Compose and Create) Create various visual, oral, written, and multimedia
(including digital) texts that explore social responsibility (eg. Taking Action)
PollEverywhere - used to poll collective student understanding
Today's Meet - used to gather student thoughts / opinions - check-in
CorkboardMe - used for brainstorming ideas for project
Bubbl.us - used to plan student's final projects
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Culminating Project
Create a PSA (in the form of an audioboo) to persuade others to make a positive difference in their community.
(Display on interactive bulletin board)
Student projects:
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Link to TL's Blog

http://reflectingandsharing.blogspot.ca/2013/03/inquiry-project-spring-2013.html

Teacher Librarian -Susan Funk
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Healthy Lifestyles
School / Teacher Name
Brevoort Park/ Rob Reid
Grade Level
7
Subject Area
Health and ELA
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How is good health best created? What do my peers need to know about (first aid, infectious diseases, peer relationships, nutrition)?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)

Other Supporting Documents

Student Google Docs: First Aid, Nutrition,Infection,Relationships
Student Google Doc Pathfinders: First Aid, Nutrition, Infection, Relationships
Culminating Project
Making a PSA to persuade peers to make healthy lifestyle choices
Link to Teacher or classroom Blog
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Link to TL's Blog
www.sfens.wordpress.com direct link to this project reflections
Teacher Librarian - Karen Routley
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Hands, Minds, Technology on Canadian Art
School / Teacher Name
River Heights/ Deighan Remoundos
Grade Level
7
Subject Area
Arts Ed; ELA
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How can I blend the artist's method/technique with my sense of place to create a unique piece of art?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
Writing rubrics for research document
Other Supporting Documents
Evernote; student writing; Edmodo; bib.me;
Culminating Project
Art installation featuring student research about an artist, and their own representation of the artist's style
Link to Teacher or classroom Blog
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Link to TL's Blog
LibGuides Ms. Remoundos' page
Teacher Librarian - Kristen Smith
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
EcoSystems
School / Teacher Name
W.P. Bate Warren Wiegers
Grade Level
7
Subject Area
Science
Essential Question (Drives instruction for the whole unit)
What if there were no ...?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
Rubric
Other Supporting Documents
graphic organizers, print resources, and database
Culminating Project

Teacher Librarian - Alison Robbins Jakes
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Step Up!
School / Teacher Name
Queen Elizabeth / Michael Milen
Grade Level
7/8
Subject Area
ELA
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How can I Step Up and make a difference in the world?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
Today's Meet
Written Examples
Rubrics
Media Text
Other Supporting Documents

Culminating Project
Informational / Persuasive Media Presentation
Link to Teacher or classroom Blog
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Link to TL's Blog


Teacher Librarian -Jaelynne Cherwoniak
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Quality of Life/ Government
School / Teacher Name
Sutherland /Amy Cosgrove
Grade Level
6/7
Subject Area
Social
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How do systems of government affect the quality of life for different societies?
Teacher Librarian - Denise Rossmo-Wiegers
Attach Planning Template :
Project Title
Canada's Past - Canada's Future
School / Teacher Name
Roland Michener / Leah Dayday
Grade Level
Grade 7 / 8
Subject Area
Language Arts / Social Studies
Essential Question
(Drives instruction for the whole unit)
How does understanding events from the past make a difference in the future of Canadian identity?
Assessment Tools: (i.e Rubric)
- discussion at fire-side chat
Other Supporting Documents

http://video.spsd.sk.ca/uploads/Rossmo-WiegersD2013325145151.mp4
Culminating Project
Students will create a public service announcement informing other youth about a Canadian historical event which has affected the present Canadian identity. After viewing PSA's, students will take part in a "fire-side"chat to discuss essential question.
Teacher-Librarian - Laurie Hnatiuk Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):external image msword.png [[/file/view/CRS+Designing+Template.doc|CRS Designing Template.doc]]
Project Summary: 1. Model Canada Student Exchange: Sell that Canada is a desirable place to host student exchange. Model jot notes and organizing data 2. Comparison of countries: China is mini-lesson. Immerse section of lessons modeling one criteria of research comparing China and Canada. Allow adequate time per lesson to study the aspect using a country of their choice and replicate the skills used 3. Coalesce research. Discover key points to use for multimedia presentation. Storyboard Skill - Persuasive Writing 4. Create multimedia presentation. Stresses how their research country is the same and how different. Showcase at assembly and at television at front of school. Advertisement in school newspaper highlighting their country.
Project Title
Student Exchange
School / Teacher Name
Caroline Robins/ Greg Bereza
Grade Level
6/7
Content Area
Social Studies
Driving Question
How are we the same and how are we different? Sub focus Comparing a Pacific or Atlantic Rim country with Canada Specifically tying in Interdependence, trading partners, science and technology , resources, climate, geography, interaction/trade, wealth
Scenario Task
Advertisement- Multimedia of pros and then blooper video (of cons) You are a tour guide/travel agent trying to persuade a class of students to choose your country to go on a student exchange the following year. - radio announcement or tourism video
TYPE of Communication
Persuade
MODE of Communication
Video/
Student Digital Product
http://67crs.blogspot.com/ used for reflection of ongoing inquiry moving from Teacher ownership to student
TeacherLibrarian - Kim Johnson
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF): external image msword.png DESIGNING Nov 3.doc
Project Summary:
Corkboard Me
Corkboard for projects
Project Title
Me To We
School / Teacher Name
Lakeridge-Kelly Lacey/ Roland Michener-Leah Dayday
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Language Arts
Driving Question
How am I making a difference?
Scenario Task
PSA/Global Justice conference
TYPE of Communication
persuasion
MODE of Communication
PSA-digital story: Conference - some accompanying visual presentation
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents

Teacher-Librarian: Sandra Cochlan
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Project Title
Global Issues
School / Teacher Name
Alvin Buckwold/ Jenn Robertson
Grade Level
Grade 7 & 8
Content Area
Social Studies
Driving Question
Driving Question: If Canada could focus on one Global Issue to support, which one would they choose?
Supporting Questions: How did the issue come about in this Country? What needs to be done to overcome the issue? If Canada were to help, how would this impact the world for present and future generations?
Scenario Task
Create a digital presentation to convince Canada to focus on your global issue.
TYPE of Communication
Digital Presentation
MODE of Communication
Student Choice of Presentation Software (Sliderocket, Prezi, etc.)
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents

Teacher Librarian Name - Erika Bakker
Corkboard Questions
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Misbah School - Student Performance Tasks - SCIENCE.docx


Project Summary:
Project Title
Organisms effect on ecosystems
School / Teacher Name
Cassandra Shangraw, Misbah
Grade Level
7
Content Area
Science
Driving Question
Why is the ecosystem a delicate balance?
Sub Questions:
  • How do organisms impact their ecosystem?
  • How are the organisms and the ecosystem interdependent?
  • If imbalance occurs, how is balance/homeostasis restored
Scenario Task
You are an expert (scientist, dr, environmentalist) research a new organism that has been unleash into the Sask. ecosystem.
TYPE of Communication
Student will decide
MODE of Communication
Student will decide
Student Digital Product
Agribition_General_Assembly_2011.ppt
Other Supporting Documents
Mousecat Brainstorming Example.pdf
Inquiry Project - Student handout.docx
Science Inquiry Project Rubric.docx
Teacher-Librarian - Sandra Cochlan
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):

Project Summary:

Corkboard
Corkboard for Questions
Project Title
Instructional Math Videos
School / Teacher Name
Alvin Buckwold/ Jenn Robertson
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Mathematics (CIT incorporation)
Driving Question
How can I communicate my mathematical understandings?
CIT Questions- Students will demonstrate understanding of mathematics.
How can I inform others? What format would be appropriate for my audience?
Scenario Task
Communicating Mathematical Understanding-Students will create a collection of an instructional Math videos to help benefits from their understanding-an interplay
of their reflection,
sharing of their learning from different persepectives, representations(concrete,pictorial,physical,verbal) and their real-world connection.
Math concepts chosen by students from grade 7 & 8 Math Curriculum.
  • Students will show the video to the class along with a mini-lesson, where they will facilitate an activity for the class based on their Math concept.
  • Students will self-evaluate their video/assessment based on how their classmates completed the activity.
  • Students will conference with teacher(s) and video journal throughout the process.
TYPE of Communication
How to Directions (and Beyond)
Students as Teachers
MODE of Communication
Video Journaling, Corkboard.me to communicate thinking, student created videos
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents




TeacherLibrarian - Kim Johnson
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Project Summary:
Corkboard Me
Corkboard for projects
Project Title
Me To We
School / Teacher Name
Lakeridge-Kelly Lacey/ Roland Michener-Leah Dayday
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Language Arts
Driving Question
How am I making a difference?
Scenario Task
PSA/Global Justice conference
TYPE of Communication
persuasion
MODE of Communication
PSA-digital story: Conference - some accompanying visual presentation
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents




Teacher-Librarian - Laurie Hnatiuk
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Project Summary:
1. Model Canada Student Exchange: Sell that Canada is a desirable place to host student exchange. Model jot notes and organizing data
2. Comparison of countries: China is mini-lesson. Immerse section of lessons modeling one criteria of research comparing China and Canada.
Allow adequate time per lesson to study the aspect using a country of their choice and replicate the skills used
3. Coalesce research. Discover key points to use for multimedia presentation. Storyboard Skill - Persuasive Writing
4. Create multimedia presentation. Stresses how their research country is the same and how different. Showcase at assembly and at television at front of school.
Advertisement in school newspaper highlighting their country.
CorkboardMeQuestions
Corkboard Ideas & Scenario
Project Title
Student Exchange
School / Teacher Name
Caroline Robins/ Greg Bereza
Grade Level
6/7
Content Area
Social Studies
Driving Question
How are we the same and how are we different?
Sub focus
Comparing a Pacific or Atlantic Rim country with Canada
Specifically tying in Interdependence, trading partners, science and technology , resources, climate, geography, interaction/trade, wealth
Scenario Task
Advertisement- Multimedia of pros and then blooper video (of cons)
You are a tour guide/travel agent trying to persuade a class of students to choose your country to go on a student exchange the following year.
- radio announcement or tourism video
TYPE of Communication
Persuade
MODE of Communication
Video/podcast
Student Digital Product
http://67crs.blogspot.com/ used for reflection of ongoing inquiry moving from Teacher ownership to student
Other Supporting Documents

Teacher-Librarian - Greg Wihak
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):

Project Summary: Within a thematic study of culture, society, economy, technology and globalization, students will investigate and analyze the effects of globalization on people in
Saskatchewan (teenagers, farmers, business owners, financial advisors, etc.) They will create multi-media presentations what these effects are and how they influence people's daily lives.
CorkBoardMe Questions:
Corkboard Ideas and Questions:
Project Title
Globalization
School / Teacher Name
Prince Philip / Rita Roy
Grade Level
6/7
Content Area
Social Studies
Driving Question
How does globalization affect the lives of Saskatchewan citizens?
Scenario Task
Students will take on roles as members of the Saskatchewan community and create multi-media presentations that portray how globalization affects them and their activities.
TYPE of Communication
Student choice
MODE of Communication
multi-media
Teacher-Librarian - Yvonne Denomy
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Project Summary: Create a public service announcement intiating change in policy or government to support the needs of a member of Canadian society
(from a perspective such as single parent, poverty etc.)
Corkboard for Questions: Corkboard
Corkboard for Project Ideas:
Project Title
Government
School / Teacher Name
Ecole Victoria/Keri Sutton
Grade Level
7/8 French Immersion
Content Area
Social Studies
Driving Question
Is a federal government necessary?
Scenario Task
Create a 30 second public service announcement to persuade others to vote yes or no to self-government (federal government).
TYPE of Communication
Analyse and persuade
MODE of Communication
video
Student Digital Product

Teacher-Librarian - Paul Bazin
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Project Summary:
Cork Board
Corkboard for Project Ideas:
Project Title
Writing Beyond
School / Teacher Name
Lakeview/J Brunett
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Writing LA
Driving Question
How does the analysis and application of texts influence improvement in our reading and writing?
Scenario Task
Step one: Students generate short story writing sample.
Step two: Utilize I write Like algorithym to generate an author of prominence to compare their writing.
Step three : Go to public library to pull sample pieces to generate excerpts of exemplary writing traits.
Step four : create a t-chart that dichotomizes the students sample traits with the author exemplary traits
Step five: Analysis of their writing based upon the traits that they have found or not found in both their writing and the famous author's writing
Step six: taking this new found skill of analysis students will learn about how to use traits of writing to create a book review of a library
book of their choice from our local LRC.
Step seven :Students will take the book reviews that they have written to create a podcast of their book
review which will be linked to the actual book using a QR code which will be placed inside the jacket of the book.
The purpose of the podcast is to encourage someone to read a book from our local collection.
TYPE of Communication
Analyse and Persuade
MODE of Communication
Podcast
Student Digital Product

Teacher-Librarian - Audrey MacDonald
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Project Summary:
Corkboard questions
Corkboard project ideas
Project Title
Citizenship
School / Teacher Name
Lester B.Pearson / Carrie Soroski
Grade Level
7
Content Area
Social Studies/ELA/Health
Driving Question
What makes a contributing citizen
Scenario Task
Student Digital Product - Informative Writing and Video
- comparing themselves to a person who has made a difference
- identifying an action plan for contributing to their world (how can they make a difference like the person they compared themselves to)
TYPE of Communication
Informative Writing and Video
MODE of Communication

Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents

Teacher-Librarian: Ruth Elliott
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc/PDF):
Westmount Designing Student Task Nov 30 2011.doc
Westmount Designing Student Task Nov 30 2011.doc
Westmount Designing Student Task Nov 30 2011.doc

Corkboard for Questions
Corkboard for Project Ideas:
Project Title
Choice and Voice
School / Teacher Name
Westmount/Rob Janzen
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
English Language Arts, Social Studies
Driving Question
(Problem Based Learning Model)
Driving Questions:
Why did Residential Schools have such a negative impact on First Nations People?
What are the effects of suppression of choice and voice on First Nations Residential School Survivors?
Need to Know:
When did Residential Schools operate?Why did they exist?What was the purpose of Residential Schools?What happened to people who attended Residential Schools?
Inquiry and Innovation:
How can we find the stories of the survivors and learn from their experiences?
How can we create a collaborative space to learn from?
21st Century Skills:
Create a collaborative board (Wall Wisher) where all students can post their research in the form of videos, web pages, pictures and text.
Create a search story (Google Search Stories) to document the process and questions being asked as the "Need to Know" questons are being answered.
Student Voice and Choice:
Students chose to give voice to the topic of their choice after studying residential schools.
Example 1. "How can I create a visual representation to show the abuse that students suffered?"
Example 2. "How can I give a voice to the survivors of Residential Schools, to show how many people lost their identity?"
Feedback and Revision:
Students saved their created work onto their own blogs (Kid Blog)to provide a limited stage for peer feedback.
Questions of the work comes in the form of class discussion as well as comments on their blogs.
Publicly Presented Project:
Students have their own page on the class project website.Students will explain their work in the form of an Art Gallery walk.
Scenario Task
Create a visial representation to give a voice to the survivors of Residential Schools in order to show how many people lost their identity.
TYPE of Communication
Acknowledgement (First stage in the circle of healing)
MODE of Communication
Student Choice, Visual representation
Student Digital Product
http://www.wix.com/janzenr/residential-school-project#!
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Other Supporting Documents
http://www.wix.com/janzenr/residential-school-project#!research-process
Technology Support Person - Charles Paul Bazin Webster
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):external image pdf.png Designing Student Performance Tasks Template Lakeview 2011-2012.pdf
Project Summary:
Project Title
Power Struggles
School / Teacher Name
Lakeview - Jason Brunett
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
ELA and Writing
Driving Question
How do amazing authors and exemplary texts motivate us to read and improve our writing?
Scenario Task
The production of written texts on personal blogs that extend the read-aloud.
TYPE of Communication
Personal expression, short writing pieces, analyze/conclude and the list goes on
MODE of Communication
Blog posts
Student Digital Product
http://143kristy.edublogs.org/
http://einstein21.edublogs.org/
http://karleedieno.edublogs.org/
http://devonbblog.edublogs.org/
http://ethan404876.edublogs.org/
http://shazeena45.edublogs.org/

These are a few of the first blog post samples as drafts.
Other Supporting Documents


Technology Support Person - L. Proctor
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary: Write a poem and then create a rhythm on garage band to use as a background to narrate your poem
Project Title
Poetry to a Beat
School / Teacher Name
John Lake/ Mitch Lowe
Grade Level
Grade 7/8
Content Area

Driving Question

Scenario Task

TYPE of Communication

MODE of Communication

Student Digital Product
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jldUl4gGWto&feature=player_embedded
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPiwOzofxtE&feature=player_embedded
Other Supporting Documents

Technology Support Person - Brian Gurney
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Project Title
Where Challenge
School / Teacher Name
Montgomery / Brian Gurney
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Science
Driving Question
What on Earth is in your stuff and WHERE on Earth does it come from?
Scenario Task
Demonstrate how non-renewable Earth resources are essential to our everyday lives.
TYPE of Communication
Persuassive
MODE of Communication
Choice
Student Digital Product
Paint- Where ChallengeEnglish Saddles - Where ChallengeButtons: What’s in a Cell Phone? (Click on Entry)
Other Supporting Documents
Where Challenge Site
Technology Support Person -
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Project Title
Communicating in Math
School / Teacher Name
Jenine Tan: Hugh Cairns School
Grade Level
Grade 7
Content Area
Math
Driving Question
In what ways can I demonstrate/represent my understanding in math and what strategies did I use to help me?
Scenario Task

TYPE of Communication

MODE of Communication

Student Digital Product
Gr.7 HCVC Blog
Other Supporting Documents
designing student tasks math template.doc
designing student tasks math template.doc
designing student tasks math template.doc

Technology Support Person - Charles Paul Bazin Webster
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Project Title
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School / Teacher Name
Lakeview - Jason Brunett
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
ELA and Expository Writing
Driving Question
How do amazing authors and exemplary texts motivate us to read and improve our writing?
Scenario Task
The production of a book review for the purpose of school wide consumption in the LRC using weekend QR codes and podcasting.
TYPE of Communication
Personal expression, short story, analyze/conclude
MODE of Communication
Podcast Book Review
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents



Technology Support Person - Lisa Proctor
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Groups will create a PSA around body image that shares the research they found and possible answers to their inquiry questions
Project Title
Body Image Public Service Announcements
School / Teacher Name
John Lake/Mitch Lowe
Grade Level
Grade 7/8
Content Area
Health/LA
Driving Question
Groups created their own inquiry questions around the topic after discussion around good inquiry question creation
Scenario Task
Assess how body image satisfaction/dissatisfaction and over-reliance on appearance as a source of identity and self-esteem affects the quality of life of self and family.
TYPE of Communication
Personal Expression/Narrative
MODE of Communication
Pulbic Service Announcement
Student Digital Product
Commercial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6z-vroCWOo
Other Supporting Documents



Technology Support Person - Brian Gurney
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
Project Title
Cell Phone PSA
School / Teacher Name
Montgomery School/Brian Gurney
Grade Level
7/8
Content Area
Science
Driving Question
What is important when persuading a target audience
Scenario Task
We now know the health concerns associated with cell phone use. Persuade the public of your stand on the issue.
TYPE of Communication
Public Service Announcement
MODE of Communication
Video (photo story, movie maker, anamoto etc)
Student Digital Product

Other Supporting Documents
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Technology Support Person - Kristen Smith
Designing Student-Performance Tasks Template (Doc):
Project Summary:
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Project Title
Product Advertisment.
School / Teacher Name
Fairhaven/Chris Catton
Grade Level
Grade 7/8
Content Area
language arts/science
Driving Question
How can we communicate to pursuade others?
Scenario Task
You have created a Hovercraft and now you must create a commercial for your product.
TYPE of Communication
Persuasive Advertisement
MODE of Communication
student choice
Student Digital Product
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