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STIMULUS CARD C 4/5 – 9 points

This task is one of the compulsory elements of the matrix. You can either choose C4/5 or A5/6 for your speaking assessment this term.

choose C4/5 or A5/6 for your speaking assessment this term. Goal: Create an oral presentation demonstrating

Goal: Create an oral presentation demonstrating your understanding of what incorporates a healthy snack . Audience: Year 6 students. DUE DATE: last week of term 1.

For this task you will need:

Pre - requisite Lesson required before you start this task on I Movie and Quick Time with Mr Wilson

Appropriate research and summarising ski lls

Access to a computer

Access to the Internet

Overview: As you grow older you will start making your own food choices. There is

a huge difference in the nutritional value of food today and it is important for you

to understand the choices you make will u ltimately affect your overall health and

wellbeing. Your task is to research what healthy snacks are available, choose an

appropriate snack and create a 30 second advertisement to promote this snack. Use

I Movie or Quick Time to present your snack.

PRE - REQ UISITE LESSON – Before you begin your research you need to attend a workshop with Mr Wilson on I Movie and Quick Time. Make sure you have your Matrix Contract and Sign Off Sheet signed before you begin this task.

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Step 1 - Research healthy snacks. Look at the links below to familiarise yourself with what are healthy snacks. Many snacks today are marketed as healthy when in actual fact they are not very wise choices for us to eat. Referencing is very important. You will need at least 5 references for this project (3 internet sites and 2 books). Record your source as you go. Here are some resources to help you get started. Look through the research books available in the Workshop Pod area between Eden and Canaan.How to Choose a Health y Snack http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pf67TlFRQws Quick and easy snack ideas

How to Choose a Healthy Snack

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pf67TlFRQws

Quick and easy snack ideas

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVuMf8XL8Qk

HEALTHY Sleepover/Fun Snacks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvzdsawfCpE

Healthy Snacks for Kids

https://healthy-kids.com.au/category/40/healthy-snacks-for-kids

http://www.kidspot.com.au/schoolzone/Lunch-box-Healthy-snacks-for-

kids+4123+327+article.htm

http://www.mumsgone2aus.com/2012/04/26/children’s-snacks-and-lunch-box-

fillers-the-healthier-options-in-australia/

Step 2 - Plan an oral advertisement of 30 seconds in length. T ake notes as you research healthy snacks. Make sure you summarise in your own words. Include the following information: what is the healthy snack, why is it healthy, what ingredients make it healthy, how does the snack help your body, where does the snack come from. For extra points you may want to compare this snack with an unhealthy choice snack and give a comparison of the two.fillers- the -healthier- options -in-australia/ Text, concepts and design © 2013 King’s Christian

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Step 3 - Prepare your advertisement in written form before you attempt to record it. Show this to your teacher for feedback before recording. It is very important that you are well prepared before you record your information. Think of a creative way to present your advertisemen . Make sure you use illustrations and diagrams in your presentation.Step 4 – Record your presentation. Go through it several times making improvements to your

Step 4 – Record your presentation. Go through it several times making improvements to your final copy. Submit it digitally for your teacher to assess. At the end of the presentation put a copy of your referencing list – at At the end of the presentation put a copy of your referencing list – at least 3 Internet sites and 2 books. Make sure you follow the correct structure when referencing. Complete the self evaluation rubric and submit it to your teacher’s in - tray.

Submit – I Movie or Qu ick Time presentation (upload) and self - evaluation (to teacher’s in - tray) .

National Curriculum:

SCIENCE: “Communicate ideas, explanations and processes in a variety of ways, including multi-modal texts.” (ACSIS110)

ENGLISH: “Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations, selecting and sequencing appropriate content and multimodal elements for defined audiences and purposes, making appropriate choices for modality and emphasis.” (ACELY1710)

ENGLISH: “Use a range of software, including word processing programs, learning new functions as required to create texts.” (ACELY1717

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Name:

Marking Rubric for C 4/5

Healthy Snack:

Date Submitted:

 

Length of Presentation:

 

seconds

Indicator

 

HP

 

AGL

 

GL

   

BGL

 

WS

 

SCIENCE:

Explains the healthy snack in a very clear and concise way enabling the audience to gain an excell ent understanding of the reason why this snack was chosen .

Explains the healthy snack in a clear manner enabling the audience to gain a thoro ugh understanding of the reason why this snack was chosen .

Explains the healthy snack in an appropriate manner enabling the audience to gain some understanding o f why this snack was chosen .

Had some di fficulty explain the healthy snack leaving the audience to have a l ittle confusion over why it was chosen .

C ould not explain the healthy snack and why it was chosen . The au dience did not understand its purpose .

communicates, ideas, explanations and understanding in a variety of ways.

 

22

22

19

 

11

10

8

 

28

26

2 5

 

17

15

14

 

6

3

0

ENGLISH: plan, rehearse and deliver presentation in a

Expresses ideas and opinions very confidently incorporating positive body language . Voice was professional in its’ projection, clarity and expression.

Expresses ideas and opinions confidently using incorporating positive body language. Voice is clearly projected and spoken with expression.

Expresses ideas and opinions with some confidence. Voice is mostly

Lacked confidence when presenting ideas and opinions. Voice projection was inconsistent

Voice projection was very difficult to understand

clear audible voice.

clear and easy to hear.

OR

and at times hard to hear.

Work was not presented at all.

37

35

32

 

2 2

20

17

7

5

3

 

30

27

25

 

15

12

10

 

TECHNOLOGY:

IM/QT is creatively filmed with the use of multiple illustrations/aids. It captivated the audience. Shows advanced computer skills and an excellent understanding of the computer programs used.

IM/QT is interesting and uses a variety of illustrations/aides. The audience is drawn to the presentation. Shows a very thorough understanding of the computer programs used.

IM/QT is made using some illustrations/aides. The audience shows interest in the presentation. Shows a satisfactory understanding of the computer programs used.

IM/QT has minimal illustrations/aides. The audience is not engaged during the presentation.

Shows a limited understanding of the computer programs used.

IM/QT has no illustration/aides. The audience does not engage with the teaching. Shows no understanding of the computer programs used.

uses a range of software, including word processing programs to create a presentation.

20

19

18

16

15

14

 

8

7

6

 
   

12

11

10

 

4

2

0

TIME

Demonstrates a

Demonstrates a mature attitude and is very self motivated. Uses matrix learning ses sions to engage appropriately in task.

Demonstrates a positive attitude and usually stayed on task during matrix learning sessions.

Had some difficulty staying on task during matrix learning sessions . Was regularly distracted.

Could not stay on task without teacher intervention.

MANAGEMENT:

mature attitude

uses time wisely to complete the given task.

and excellent self motivation skills. Uses matrix learning sessions to engage appropriately in the task at hand.

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

SCORE

Overall Grade

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