Acacdemic history culminating Trading Card Assignment Task: To create three cards from topics explain throughout the Canadian History Course. Steps



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ACACDEMIC HISTORY Culminating Trading Card Assignment
Task:

To create three cards from topics explain throughout the Canadian History Course.


Steps:

1. You will choose(in draft form) a person, place and thing(weapon, law, event) that we have discussed in the course.


2. You will then begin to think of creative and thought provoking ways to display them. EX. Stalingrad
http://www.novascotiascott.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/stalin2.jpg +http://www.treehugger.com/college-graduate-photo.jpg

3. We will spend 2 days in the computer lab so that you can:

- find information and create the “stats page” of your trading card.
Stats Page must include 5 of the following:

who,what, where, how, impact on country/war/world, historical significance, Canada’s reaction, 3 interesting facts, chain reaction(led to), or any other categories you think will provide an informative overview of your term.


-copy and paste images to create the front of your trading card. At least one of the three card must be hand drawn. The other two can be a combination of images or a collage as long as it is your own work.
4. You will then have 1 day in class to put your cards together. Card elements are to be pasted on construction paper, with colors depending on the unit the term is from.
1900-1918-Blue 1919-1938-Orange 1938-1945-Red 1946-1985-Green
5. Over the next two days you and your classmates will create a giant timeline in the classroom by presenting your cards to the class to help them review for the exam. You will then paste your cards in its appropriate place in the timeline.
SUMMARY:

3- topics appointed by your teacher

2- days in the lab to research and create computer generated photos

1- day in class to complete 1 hand drawn card, and paste all work onto construction paper

3- 1 minute presentation to the class, where you explain/summarize what your history terms are and how they contributed to the course.

1 giant timeline/study session to help you prepare for your exam.




Trading Card CPT

Rubric

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

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50%


50 -52%

53 -56%

57 -59%

60 -62%

63 -66%

67 -69%

70 -72%

73 -76%

77 -79%

80 -84%

85 -89%

90 -100%

Communication

Effective use of images and titles


Level 1 not reached

Limited use of effort used when creating images, titles, and adding colour

Some use of effort used when creating images, titles, and adding colour

Considerable use of effort used when creating images, titles, and adding colour

Thorough and effective use of effort used when creating images, titles, and adding colour

Evaluation

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Knowledge

Depth of Knowledge

-Appropriate categories were chosen and the information provided was thorough and effective

-no plagiarism was used.


Level 1 not reached

The cards content reflects limited knowledge of the facts, themes and issues of the course

The cards content reflects some knowledge of the facts, themes and issues of the course

The cards content reflects strong knowledge of the facts, themes and issues of the course

The cards content reflects superior knowledge of the facts, themes and issues of the course

Evaluation

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Thinking

The creativity of the trading cards.

-How much thought was put into the presenting the cards in a way that their classmates would benefit from.



Level 1 not reached

The text & pictures & illustrations creatively explain the course material in a limited way.

The text & pictures & illustrations creatively explain course material in some way.

The text & pictures & illustrations creatively explain the course material in a good way.

The text & pictures & illustrations creatively explain the course material in an excellent way.

Evaluation

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Application

Presentation of the Cards.

-presents with confidence, and a clear voice

-does not read, only refers to the information while presenting



Level 1 not reached

Few of the requirements of a proper presentation were met or exceeded.

Some of the requirements of a proper presentation were met or exceeded.

Most of the requirements of a proper presentation were met or exceeded.

All of the requirements of a proper presentation were met or exceeded.

Evaluation

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People



  1. Sir Robert Borden

  2. Sir Sam Hughes

  3. Sir Arthur Currie

  4. Wilfred Laurier

  5. W.L.M King

  6. Henry Ford

  7. Emily Murphy

  8. Frederick Banting

  9. Al Capone

  10. Rocco Perri

  11. R.B. Bennett

  12. Adolf Hitler

  13. C.D. Howe

  14. Winston Churchill

  15. Joseph Stalin

  16. Louis St. Laurent

  17. John Diefenbaker

  18. Lester Pearson

  19. Pierre Trudeau

  20. Rene Levesque

  21. Brian Mulroney

  22. Tommy Douglas

  23. The 1950s Teenager

  24. Jean Chretien





Places/Events/Things



  1. Valcartier

  2. Ross Rifle

  3. Ypres

  4. Somme

  5. Vimy Ridge

  6. The 100 Days

  7. Passchendaele

  8. Winnipeg General Strike

  9. Assembly Line

  10. Radio

  11. Persons Case

  12. The Dole

  13. Relief Camps

  14. On-to-Ottawa Trek

  15. Battle of Britain

  16. Dunkirk

  17. Ortona

  18. The Netherlands

  19. Stalingrad

  20. Hiroshima

  21. Juno Beach

  22. The Manhattan Project

  23. NATO

  24. NORAD

  25. League of Nations

  26. United Nations

  27. Suez Canal Crisis

  28. Korean War

  29. Cuban Missile Crisis

  30. Quiet Revolution

  31. Expo 67

  32. FLQ

  33. Bill 101

  34. 1980 Referendum

  35. 1995 Referendum

  36. 1982 Constitution Crisis

  37. Flag Debate

  38. Meech Lake Accord

  39. The White Paper

  40. Oka Crisis

  41. Auto pact

  42. Medicare

  43. The Holocaust

  44. Free Trade Agreement

  45. Trenches

  46. Japanese Internment

  47. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms

  48. The Clarity Act




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