Scavenger Hunt Instructions Format

Scavenger Hunt Instructions Format - FORMAT FOR...

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FORMAT FOR INSTRUCTIONS REPORT STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 1. Explain your group’s reasoning behind topic choice and focus. 2. Describe the purpose/function of the scavenger hunt and how students will benefit. 3. Elaborate on any additional positive effects the scavenger hunt might have on those students participating. STATEMENT OF DESIGN 1. Comment on any “philosophy” or “theory” that prompted your particular scavenger hunt design. 2. Explain essential need for such a design. 3. Describe any specific aspects of the design that will enhance students’ education. 4. Point out any advantages your design might have over other design possibilities. EDUCATIONAL VALUE 1. Identify and describe the value that this scavenger hunt will have for teachers. 2. Identify and describe the value that this scavenger hunt will have for students. 3. Discuss the approach you will use to convince your high school principal that your scavenger hunt design is educationally worthwhile. 4. Comment on potential acceptance by your colleagues. INSTRUCTIONS (TWO SETS) Here, your team is to devise the most user-friendly instructional format for both teachers and students. For teachers, you should categorize the different sections of the scavenger hunt and what they must do to assemble materials for each section. For students, your goal is to provide a logical progression of instructions culminating in an educational end result. Teams must incorporate some graphics into the scavenger hunt design. YOU ARE NOT TO LET GRAPHICS OVERPOWER THE TEXT. I WILL BE GRADING YOU ON YOUR ABILITY TO WRITE THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR TEACHERS PLANNING What You Need Any word processor with graphics capabilities, access to multiple search engines, and the book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler . What You Want Your Students to Learn Your students will explore and discuss the issues which confront the characters in the book (such as friendship, making choices, and independence). The scavenger hunt gives you a fun way to extend and expand the lesson. You can direct it to expose kids to Renaissance Art , Michelangelo , Egyptian Art , and museums in general. Hint: Try keyword searches on various search engines to see if there is a category to fit the concepts you are emphasizing. Every time your students visit a web site, they are working on reading comprehension as they look for and collect information, process and apply that information, and learn how to cite references properly. The computer skills your students use will include the following tasks: -- Simple research using search engines (in the form of easy key word searches) -- Copying and pasting pictures and text from the Internet -- Documenting sites where information was found -- Navigating search engines and URLs Even if your students are new to computers, they will be successful. If you are concerned that some of the technical skills are too advanced or if your resources are limited, partner them! They’re sure to love
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