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This is a WebQuest designed by students at West Chester University in the department of Elementary Education. It covers six different species of Ocean creatures, and relates them to each other. It incorporates art, science, and language arts.<p/> This version incorporates all the elements of the student-facing WebQuest into one wiki resource. Please use it with the provided Teacher Page.
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|Students will learn basic facts about four sea creatures and understand how these sea creatures relate to each other in the environment (whether it be through the food chain, etc.) ||Did not turn in worksheet||Worksheet was turned in but was not fully completed, or information was not reworded and original.||Worksheet was turned in and fully completed with clear connections to other sea creatures.|
|Students will portray a real sea creature in a visual piece of art (mask)||Mask was not turned in or turned it with only one art material used to create it ||Mask was turned in with two art materials used to create it. ||Mask was turned it with three or more art materials used to create it. |
|Students will create and write a narrative (script)in which there is a conflict that real sea creatures can be involved in with a resolution||Script turned in without a conflict or a resolution, or script not turned in at all.||Script is turned in including only a conflict for the Sea Creatures but not a resolution. ||Script turned in including a conflict, and a resolution. |
|Students will use practice time effectively and demonstrate good teamwork skills ||Group is sitting around not using their practicing time effectively. ||Group is practicing but not working as a team, or not using their time effectively. ||Group was working well as a team and used time to the best of their ability to practice their play. |
|Students will imitate in the dramatic play the real physical motions of real sea creatures and all group members will participate equally ||All group members did not participate and all members did not display the physical motion of their animal. ||All group members participated equally, but did not display the physical motion of their animal. ||All group members participated equally, imitating the physical motion of their animal. |