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This skills based Teacher Activity Pack (TAP) partners with the book Brandon Jones and The Great Business of Summer to reinforce the vocabulary and learning content of the story. This TAP features: Comprehension and enrichment practice sheets Cross-curricula application in Mathematics, Science, Economics/Financial Literacy, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Technology Integration Higher-level thinking skills application Project and classroom activity information

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The Great Business of Summer

Specific skills covered include: liquid conversion, business concepts (profit, gain, loss, break-even), classroom science experiment, reading/creating bar graphs and pictographs, telling time, mapping skills, and more!

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Appropriate for Grades 3-5

Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer

Based on: State curriculum standards and objectives Project Based Learning principles


Teacher Activity Pack Brandon Jones and The Great Business of Summer

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About the Teacher Activity Pack (TAP)

Intro

A variety of crosscurricula learning sheets and activities, including:

- Liquid Conversions - Revenue vs. Expense - Science Experiment - Telling Time - Mapping Skills - ...and more!

enrichment

End of Chapter Review

Comprehension

Project Information: Ideas & Rubrics

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Introduction Teacher Activity Packs (TAP) are used in conjunction with The Brandon Jones Series books to gauge student comprehension and to further enrichment and learning. Each TAP is designed to review learned objectives and correlates and adheres to state educational standards, as well as standards set forth by Common Core. TAPs from the Brandon Jones book series also ensure enrichment pages and activities incorporate higher-order thinking skills (based on the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy), and are easily adaptable for the differentiation needs of each learner. This TAP is divided into four main sections: Introduction, Comprehension, Enrichment, and Projects. Each section includes a guide to explain the contents and how they can be modified for your specific needs.

Projects Enrichment Comprehension

Intro

Activity Pack Contents • About Teacher Activity Pack (TAP) • Blooms Taxonomy (revised) • Introduction to book characters & characteristic trait activity • Check for understanding of content with review questions and activities for the end of each chapter

• Activities for all subject areas (Math, Science, ELA, Social Studies) • Reinforces vocabulary and primary content of the book • Includes an in-class science experiment related to the book • About Project-Based Learning (PBL) • Create a Business PBL • Technology integration

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Gallon Field Stadium The “Gallon Field Stadium� image is used throughout the Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer book and workbook as a teaching aid to visualize the concept of liquid conversion. Using this graphic provides learners with a method of quickly recalling the cups-to-gallon conversion standard.

Gallon Field Stadium

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*Note: The Gallon Field Stadium image is copyrighted material that may be used for classroom purposes only.


Meet the Characters! In the book Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer, Brandon and his friends decide to operate a lemonade stand to gain money. The group learns a lot about business and how to convert a cup of lemonade to a gallon, all as they try to make as much money as they can. Meet the main characters of the Brandon Jones series below!

Brandon Jones Brandon is the main character in the Brandon Jones Series. His favorite subjects in school are Reading and Math. He loves sports, playing with friends, reading, and playing video games.

Gabe Andrews Gabe is one of Brandon’s best friends. He enjoys playing baseball and learning everything about animals. Reading is his favorite subject.

Jamar “JB” Brooks Jamar (nicknamed JB) is another one of Brandon’s best friends. He enjoys math, playing all sports, and spending time with his friends and twin sister, Mya.

Mya Brooks Mya is JB’s twin sister. She likes dancing, reading, and talking with friends. Her favorite subject in school is Science.

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Character Traits adventurous afraid angry athletic babyish bored bossy brave brilliant calm careful caring cheerful clever clumsy concerned confident confused considerate courageous

creative curious daring dependable dishonest disrespectful eager embarrassed encouraging excited fair fearless foolish friendly funny gentle giving grateful greedy grouchy

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happy helpful honest hopeful imaginative impatient independent intelligent inventive jealous lazy lonely lucky mean mysterious nervous nosy obedient proud quiet

respectful serious shy smart sneaky studious successful talented thankful thoughtful tricky trustworthy unselfish warm wise


Identifying Traits Character traits are words or adjectives that describe what a person or character is like on the inside. Use the list of character traits to identify the traits you think each character has. Can you think of at least three traits for each character? What character traits do you have? List them below!

Gabe

Brandon ___________________

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JB ___________________

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Mya ___________________

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Can you think of a few additional traits that aren’t on the list? Brainstorm to create as many character traits as you can. Write them in the space provided below. ________________________

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Activity Page Can you unscramble all of the vocabulary words below? Write the correct word on the lines.

Vocabulary Words: 1. taqru

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2. tcniiomopte ____________________ 3. rosnumec ____________________ 4. lgnoal ____________________ 5. qliavuneet ____________________ 6. eeevnru ____________________ 7. xnseepes ____________________

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8. ntip 9. foitrp 10. esredvimattne 1 . krbae neev 12. updrcot 13. vsirecse 14. osdgo

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Comprehension Reading comprehension is one of the most critical skills a student can gain. Comprehension skills ensure readers are able to gain information and make connections from text that can be applied into everyday life. Readers who are able to apply higherorder thinking skills alongside strong comprehension skills are able to find connections, manipulate facts, and use information to create solutions to problems. This section includes comprehension questions for Chapters 1-8 of the accompanying book, Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer. Each chapter includes:

• 4-5 General questions, ranging from Remembering to Evaluation on

Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised)

• 1 Challenge question from the highest level of Bloom’s Taxonomy, requiring

students to create some type of original content.

Our comprehension sheets help gauge learner interpretation of content read. They are best used for small group work, one-on-one comprehension building or as homework exercises.

Higher-Level thinking skills (“What can I do with this information?”)

design, adapt construct

(“W Low ha er-L t fa ev cts el th can ink I r ing em sk em ills be r?” )

justify, prioritize, rate, evaluate, interpret, support compare, contrast, investigate distinguish, simplify, examine demonstrate, illustrate, solve, interview, organize

discuss, predict, restate, describe, explain, summarize list, identify, recall, define, select, match Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________

Review Questions: Chapter 1 Directions: Read each question. Answer in complete sentences. 1. What have you learned about Brandon Jones in Chapter 1? Fill in the facts you have observed below.

Best Friends: ________________________________________________ What grade is he in:__________________________________________ What kind of student is he:_____________________________________ What hobbies does he have:______________________________________ Describe his personality:_________________________________________ 2. In which ways do you think you are like the Brandon character? Describe how you are different.

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. List some of the similarities and differences Brandon has with his friends.

Similarities: ______________________________________________________________________________ Differences: ______________________________________________________________________________ 4. Why were Brandon and his friends excited about the new video game? How was it different from the previous games?

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. What do you think the weather is like outside where Brandon lives? What clues helped you determine this?

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________ Think about your last summer vacation. Did you enjoy it? Did you go on a trip? What activities did you do? Design a post card that describes your last vacation or your dream summer vacation. Also write a short message on the back of the card and address it to a friend.

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Review Questions: Chapter 7 Directions: Read each question. Answer in complete sentences.

1. Identify pros and cons of using Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) to promote the lemonade stand.

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Why do you suppose Brandon’s mother suggested the boys limit the number of new flavors?

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3. Do you think raising the price on the flavored lemonade was a good idea? Why or why not?

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Imagine you were asked to create a video/commercial for the lemonade stand. Describe what your commercial would look and sound like.

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________ You want to help the lemonade stand spread the word about the new variety of flavors now available. Compose a tweet that gives as much detail as possible to entice customers to visit the stand. Remember, Twitter only allows 140 characters in each tweet!

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Review Questions: Chapter 8 Directions: Read each question. Answer in complete sentences. 1. Identify two reasons why the boys’ lemonade stand was able to increase its profits.

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Explain how competition can be a benefit for a business.

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Why do you think the girls offered to stop selling lemonade at Sweet Treats? Do you think it was a good idea? Explain why or why not.

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. What are some of the benefits (pros) and challenges (cons) of posting an avertisement poster online instead of posting it in a physical location? Identify potential benefits and challenges below.

Benefits

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________ What do you think Brandon and his friends would do if either the new lemonade flavors or video ads didn’t work? Devise an alternate plan you would suggest to the boys for each situation below. Be sure to explain why you think the suggestion is the best idea.

Alternate Solutions / “Back Up Plans”

If the new flavors didn't work, I would suggest:

If the video advertisements didn't work, I would suggest:

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Enrichment The Enrichment portion of each TAP includes related content from all content areas. These worksheets can be used in conjunction with classroom instruction or for group work or individual homework assignments. Our enrichment worksheets are designed to span ability and grade levels (3-5), allowing you to determine the best fit for your specific learner(s). This also allows for ease of differentiation within a classroom and provides multiple opportunities to challenge learners.

Financial Literacy

Math

Revenue & Expenses Determining profit gain or loss

ons Liquid Conversions & Comparis ck Telling time on an analog clo aphs) Graphs (Pictographs & Bar Gr

a b c

Understanding “break-even” Business Competition

ELA

Writing prompt included

Science

Soc. Studies/ Economics

In-class experiment addressing the question “Does temperature affect sugar dissolving?”

Understanding goods & service s Identifying consumers & prod uc

ers

Using a grid map

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Understanding Vocabulary

Directions: Match each vocabulary word with the correct definition. Write the letter of its definition on the line.

Vocabulary Word

e

Definition

1. ___ consumer

a.

a person who produces goods or services

2. ____ producer

b.

the point at which a company earns as much as it spends (revenue = expenses)

3. ____ product

c.

work a business is paid to complete

4. ____ profit

d.

something shown to the public to help sell goods or services

5. ____ competition

e.

a person who purchases a good or service

6. ____ break-even

f.

the money that is made by a business or organization

7. ____ loss

g.

the amount of money that must be spent by a business to start or continue

8. ____ goods

h.

something that is made or grown to be sold

9. ____ services

i.

products for sale that can be physically held or touched

10. ____ advertisement

j.

having the same value

11. ____ equivalent

k.

a contest in which people try to win by being better, faster, etc., than others

12. ____ revenue

l.

money that is made in a business after all the costs and expenses are paid (revenue minus expenses)

13. ____ expenses

m.

when a company spends more money that it earns (revenue < expenses)

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________

Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle Directions: Use the clues below to complete the crossword puzzle.

1. The amount of money a business spends

2. Actions that someone completes

3. Businesses looking to win consumers are in ____ 4. Different types of merchandise for sale 4. 16 cups = 1 _______

6. Notification of goods for sale

5. 4 of these = 1 gallon

7. One who makes or manufactures goods

8. The person who makes a purchase

9. How much money a business makes

10. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The same asâ&#x20AC;?

14. The amount a business makes minus its expenses 11. Break- ___ is when business revenue = expenses 12. What a business offers to sell 13. When expenses are greater than revenue 14. 1 quart = 2 of these

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Liquid Conversions Directions: Solve each problem. Use the Gallon Field Stadium drawing to help find the correct answer.

1.

Gall on Field Stad ium

Brandon has 3 gallons of lemonade. Help him figure out how many cups, pints, and quarts he has in all. 3 gallons = ______ cups = ______ pints = ______ quarts Gabe sold 32 cups of lemonade in one hour. How

2. many pints, quarts, and gallons did he sell in all?

32 cups = ______ pints = ______ quarts = ______ gallons

3.

6 cups = ______ pints

5.

4.

______ quarts

3 quarts = ______ cups

7 pints = ______ cups

6.

1 1/2 gallons = ______ pints

______ pints

______ quarts

______ quarts

Directions: Compare. Write <, >, or =.

7. 4 pints ____ 2 quarts

8. 3 pints ____ 8 cups

9. 3 cups ____ 1 pint

10. 1 gallon ____ 6 quarts

11. 1 quart ____ 4 cups

12. 12 cups ____ 7 pints

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Painting Projects Brandon and his friends each visited the hardware store to buy paint needed to complete different projects. Directions: Read each problem and circle the best answer choice. Then explain why you chose the answer in the Justify box. Use the Gallon Field Stadium drawing to help if needed.

Problem Choices Justify 1. Mya needs 3 cups of paint to complete an art project. Which is the best option for her to purchase?

a) 1 pint b) 2 pints c) 2 quarts

2. Jenna wants to paint her tree-house, and will need 4 pints of yellow paint.

a) 1 quart

Which should she buy?

c) 1/2 gallon

3. Gabe bought a quart of orange paint, but only used 1 cup.

a) 1 pint

How much orange paint should he have purchased?

c) 1 gallon

4. Brandon and JB each need 5 cups of blue paint to finish painting birdhouses they built.

a) 1 gallon

How much blue paint should they buy if they plan to share?

c) 3 quarts

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b) 1/2 gallon

b) 4 pints

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________

Identifying Consumers and Producers Directions: Read the short story below. Determine all of the consumers, producers, and products in the story. Identify them in the appropriate boxes below. The first one has been completed for you.

Every spring, Jackson and his family takes a walk around the neighborhood on Saturday mornings. The entire family orders pancake platters at The Breakfast Shack - Jackson and his siblings really enjoy the chocolate chip pancakes there! After breakfast, Mr. Fleming would buy a newspaper from Cousin’s Corner Store and sit on a bench in the park to read. Mrs. Fleming and Jackson’s sister Rita loved to stop in and talk to the ladies at the floral shop as they purchased a fresh bouquet of flowers. Once their parents and sister were busy, Jackson and his older brother Eric would race one another to their favorite shop, George’s Pies, to buy a small box of doughnuts. The owner and his wife usually gave Jackson and Eric a few doughnut holes to share, which always made Jackson smile. He looked forward to the weekend Fleming family walks each spring!

Consumers

Producers

Products

The Fleming family

The Breakfast Shack

pancake platter breakfast

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Profit Gain and Loss Directions: Read the definitions of Profit Gain and Profit Loss. Create a sample situation where a business experiences a gain and a loss of profit and write them on the lines.

Profit Gain

Revenue > Expenses

Profit Gain occurs when a company makes more money than it spent. (Revenue > Expenses)

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________

Revenue < Expenses

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________

Business Report Summary

Directions: Look at the business report below. Recall what you have learned about revenue, expenses, profit, loss, gain, and break-even point. Use the information provided in the report to answer the questions. Sunny Sunglasses is a small store operating in a mall shopping center. Take a look at their business report after being open for 6 months.

Sunny Sunglasses Business Report Rent: $800/month

x 6 months =

$4,800

Electricity: $200/mo

x 6 months =

$1,200

Merchandise:

Sales: Men’s shades - Women’s shades - Kids’ shades -

$4,500

$3,780 $4,200 $825

1. What is the total revenue for Sunny Sunglasses’ first six months in business? ______________ 2. How much are the total expenses for Sunny Sunglasses?

______________

3. How much would the Sunny Sunglasses shop need to make to break-even? ____________ 4. Are they experiencing a profit gain or loss? By how much? _____________________________ Think About It: Identify two ways Sunny Sunglasses can increase sales. ________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ The Brandon Jones Series Teacher Activity Pack Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer

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Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________

Learning About Pictographs A pictograph is a graph that uses pictures to organize and show information. There are 4 parts to a pictograph: the title, symbol, key, and labels. Pictographs are used to show different types of information and can help you answer questions.

1. Tit le

A go od t itle d the es i n graph formatio cribes n is giv ing t the o yo u.

Lemonade Sales by the Month June 2. Symbol The symbol is a picture that represents the data.

July August 3. Key

4. Labels

Each

= 3 cups

A key tel s how many objects the symbol stands for.

The labels tell what kind of data is shown

Let's Practice! Use the pictograph above to answer the questions. 1. How many cups of lemonade were sold in August? ______ 2. How many quarts of lemonade were sold in July? ______ 3. How many more pints were sold in August than in June? ______ 2.) 3 3.) 3 Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer

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Projects The Project section of this TAP provides activity ideas and sample rubrics for student-created works that can be utilized within the classroom setting. Like the book Brandon Jones and the Great Business of Summer, the project ideas and rubrics included here align with national educational standards and include technology integration activities.

Project-Based Learning Create a Business Project and Rubric Technology Integration Writing Prompt

The suggested projects, prompts, and activities also implement the use of higher-level thinking skills as students brainstorm, plan, and create work products.

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Project Based Learning Project Based Learning (PBL) is a method of teaching in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, problem, or challenge. Using PBL in your classroom allows the learner to: investigate, make, and understand real-world connections to content create authentic works that deepen understanding demonstrate his/her understandings at multiple points in time PBL is well thought out and guided by inquiry. It requires a significant amount of pre-planning and focuses on the process and attributes of learning, rather than the end product.

Do not include scenarios or are based on events that have alredy been resolved Teacher work occurs primarily after project is complete

VS

Are often graded based on teacher perceptions All have the same (or highly similar) end results

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Teacher work involves pre-planning and designing before project starts

Grading is based on clearly defined rubric made or modified specifically for the project being completed Results may differ among students and groups, based on student choice and applications

Do not resemble work done in the real world, and can not be used to solve problems

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Based on scenarios or background information that present a realistic problem or challenge

Generates possible solutions for real-world problems

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Plan a PBL Experience Planning a PBL Experience takes a considerable amount of upfront effort. You may consider using this Planning Template as a starting point. The next two pages contain a blank Planning Template and Project Calendar for your use.

Define

PBL Lesson Planning Template In this area, you will want to specify your project idea, essential question (the main objective), content/skill standards that will be covered, and new vocabulary terms to be covered. Also be sure to identify the connection to real-world problems and possible solutions. Here you will need to plan for the following:

Design

Attention grabber - How will you open the project? Assessments - How will you gauge your learnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s content or skill mastery? Be sure to include a variety of opportunities! Resources Needed - What materials will your learners need to complete each assessment?

Presentation

Project Calendar

Debriefing - How will you pull the entire project together for the learner? How will you manage the project on a daily basis? Depending on the project, a good time estimate may include 2-4 weeks of pre-planned class time. Attach a calendar with the activities and assignments to be completed daily.

How will your learners present the final assessment? A true PBL project should be able to be shared among peers and others. Consider a digital portfolio, gradelevel presentations, or even perhaps planning a mini-conference with parents, school administrators, or community leaders in attendance.

*InSTEP Educational Technologies provides PBL training courses! Contact us for additional information! www.InSTEP.education | info@InSTEP.education

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Create A Small Business Rubric Category

Student Points

Total Points

Part 1: Business Plan (25 pts) Elements 25- All questions answered completely and reasonable responses 15- All questions answered completely 10 - Missing 1 or more required element

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Part 2: Advertisement (25 pts)

Accuracy 15 - Information conveyed is accurate and helpful to consumer 10 - Few or minor errors in information conveyed 5 - Several errors, or confusing content

15

Creativity 5 - Evidence of great effort and neatness 2 - Some effort evident

5

Technology Use (Creating a video or brochure) 5 - Video link work properly/Brochure printed correctly 3 - Some technology-based issues present

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Part 3: Operation & Review Wrap Up Packet (25 pts) a. Revenue and Expenses identified correctly

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b. Sales recorded accurately

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c. Graphs accurately reflect information

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d. All questions answered completely

5

e. Question responses are thoughtful/meaningful

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Grammar/Sentence Structure 3 - Flows well, no grammatical errors 2 - Few or minor grammatical errors 1 - Several grammatical/sentence structure errors

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Content 5- Thoughtful/meaningful reflection on project 2- Some effort evident

5

Vocabulary Use 5 - Abundant use of unit vocabulary words 3 - Some use of vocabulary words 1 - At least one vocabulary word included

5

Spelling 5 - No spelling mistakes present 2 - One or more spelling mistakes

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Part 4: Reflection Writing (25 pts)

STUDENT TOTAL SCORE:

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