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Name: _________________________

Date: _______________________

First Nations Research Project


*Due April 11, 2013*
For the past couple of weeks you have been learning about the various First Nations Groups of Alberta. As we have discussed, there are many important similarities and differences between each group. Using your textbook, First Nations chart, as well as additional research, it will be your job to create a project that demonstrates your knowledge of ONE First Nations Group. This assignment can be completed individually, or with a partner. In order to complete this project you will need to follow the guidelines listed below: You will choose ONE First Nations group of Alberta Your project will focus on ONE major aspect of their life. (Examples: the hunt, important animals, traditional clothing, shelter, traditional stories, etc.)

Your assignment must be completed in one of the following forms: Diorama Poster Model Electronically (This option must be discussed with a teacher before you begin!)

Please Note: Although this is a visual arts project, you must include a written portion. Your written portion must mention the name of the First Nations Group, and where they were located in Alberta Everything you include (pictures, details, etc) must be explained All materials, resources, and information must be cited (we know where you found the information what book, what website, etc?) For example: I have created a diorama to show how the Dene Tha hunted bison. Inside my diorama I have shown a Dene Tha man (in snowshoes) forcing bison into the deep snow to trap and hunt it. The written portion of my diorama would include information about why the Dene Tha hunted bison, what technology they used (snowshoes), how they used the environment (snow) to their advantage, etc. Everything included must be explained!

Remember, this is going to be a fantastic project! Choose a topic you are interested in and express what you learn in a creative way!
* See the attached rubric to check how you will be assessed.

Name: _________________________ Student Name: _______________________

Date: _______________________

First Nations Research Project


Category 4 EG 3 - CG 2 AG 1 - NM
All information presented is accurate. The project is full of interesting details and facts. 99 90% of the information presented is accurate. The project has some facts details. The project is visually appealing, and information is presented in a well organized manner. 89 80% of the information presented is accurate. The project has few facts and details. The project is visually appealing, but information is not formatted or presented in an organized manner. Less that 80% of the information presented is accurate. No facts are added. The project is not visually appealing. Formatting and organization of material is extremely confusing to the reader. Several spelling errors are seen in the project. Student was constantly off task. Additional class time and assistance were needed to complete work.

Information and Content

Attractiveness and Organization

The project is exceptionally well done. The information is presented in a visually appealing manner, and is extremely easy to read. It is clear you went the extra mile to make this project special. No spelling errors are seen in the project.

Spelling and Proofreading

Use of Class Time

Student was always on task, and used class time exceptionally well. You did not disrupt others; you were focused and used devices appropriately. No extra time was necessary.

Oral Presentation

Peer/Self Evaluation

The presenter was The presenter was The presenter was prepared and presented the somewhat not prepared. material in a confident prepared. They They relied on manner. Extreme detail was had to review their their notes and presented to students. All notes throughout could not answer additional questions were the presentation. additional answered completely. It is Not all additional questions. clear this student has a questions could be deep understanding of answered. their topic. You will be given a mark out of 4 based on your peer and self- evaluation scores. /4

More than one spelling error is seen in the project. Student was always on task. Student remained focused and used devices appropriately. Little extra time was needed to complete this project. The presenter was prepared. Detail was presented to the audience. Not all additional questions could be answered.

No more than three spelling errors are seen in the project. Student was usually on task. Additional class time and assistance were necessary to complete this project.

Name: _________________________

Date: _______________________

Peer/Self Evaluation Form

Directions: Using a scale of 1-4 (where 1 = NM, 2 = AG, 3 =CG and 4 = EG), rank each member of your project group as well as yourself for each of the following criteria:

Involvement: the member remained on task throughout the project and did his/her fair amount of the work. Role: the member performed all duties required of his/her role, contributing to the success of the group project. Communication: he/she communicated with other group members and the instructor throughout the project, as required and beyond. Overall: the members effort throughout this group project was outstanding; you would want him/her to be part of your group again.

Group Member Name

Involvement

Role

Communication Overall

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