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5th Grade English Project - April - 2014

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David Contreras

on 7 April 2014

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Transcript of 5th Grade English Project - April - 2014

Place of Birth
What did they do?
Look for a video /pictures related to the topic
Birth date
What makes him/her important?
How did his or her actions affect the world?
Was it something everybody could do?
Was it something revolutionary?
Did he/she do it to help?
Did he/she do it for his/her own interest or for somebody elses?
Did his/her actions change the situation?
Did his/her actions help somebody else?
Monday, April 7, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Historical context
Find out about people who have made an actual difference in the world
What do you think about him/her?
Give your opinion in 50 words
What was happening in the world that year.

What was happening in the country that year.
Would you do something like that?
Have you ever tried doing something for somebody else?
What was the feeling after doing so?
5th Grade English Project
50% - Preparation - 12 points
Teamwork (working in each session)
2 points each session = 6 points
Responsibility (materials and task achievement)
2 points each session = 6 points
50% - Presentation 12 points
Preparedness 4 points
Listens to Other Presentations 4 points
Speaks Clearly 4 points
Posture and Eye Contact 4 points
Volume 4 points
(-1 for every 3 pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary mistake)
Rosa Parks
Princess Diana
Tim Berners Lee
Jane Goodall
Nkosi Johnson
Aung San Suu Kyi
Desmond Tutu
Anita Roddik
Steve Jobs
Nelson Mandela
Martin Luther King
Albert Einstein
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