Four One hour class Periods. Each group gets 30 minutes to present their material, including any handouts and answering any questions.
Students will teach their body system to the class in a jig-saw manner, including giving practice assignments and an assessment.
Advanced Preparation/Prerequisite Knowledge
The teacher must have rubrics ready and have presentation equipment available and set up.
The Teacher will also need to have preselected which groups will go in what order.
Laptop or movable computer
1. Have students fill out the Peer, Group and Individual Multi-Media Presentation Rubric on themselves and on their group.
2. Collect these forms.
3. Hand out another Peer, Group and Individual Multi-Media Presentation Rubric to all students other than the presenting group.
4. Each group will do their presentation in the predetermined order.
5. It is important to allow some license in the presentation of material after the PowerPoint.
6. After the PowerPoint Presentation have students give their handouts and answer questions.
7. Collect the Peer, Group and Individual Multi-Media Presentation Rubric on the presenting group.
8. Have the group give their assessment.
Groups may want to give an overnight assignment and assess students on knowledge the following day. Students may seek outside resources as well for assignments and assessment.
Use the Peer, Group and Individual Multi-Media Presentation Rubric from group, peers and individuals in the group, Class Assessment Evaluation Form, Oral Presentation Criteria and Evaluation Sheet, Grading Rubric Standards and Mechanics to come up with an overall grade for the presentation. I have given back to each group member one of the rubrics with their score for each and then an overall grade which I averaged from the rubrics.