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Internet Safety Final Project 8th Grade

DIRECTIONS Now that we have spent some time looking at many different ways that we can make being online safe, it is time to put your knowledge to the test! You will be creating a PowerPoint Presentation that demonstrates your understanding of this unit. Once you have completed the PowerPoint, you will be presenting it to the rest of the class. Please follow the guidelines below to ensure that you meet all expectations of the project: MINIMUM OF 8 SLIDES AND A MAXIMUM OF 10 SLIDES MUST INCLUDE INTRODUCTION SLIDE, TABLE OF CONTENTS SLIDE, CONCLUSION SLIDE, AND MINIMUM OF 5 INFORMATIVE SLIDES. INFORMATIVE SLIDES CAN INCLUDE FACTS, STATISTICS, AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED DURING THIS UNIT. EACH SLIDE NEEDS TO INCLUDE A PICTURE, TEXT, TRANSITIONS, AND ANIMATION ACTION BUTTONS AND HYPERLINKS NEED TO BE USED AT LEAST TWICE. PRESENTATION MUST LAST BETWEEN 3-4 MINUTES Each slide should represent a different type of information than the previous slide. For example, one slide could be about Cyber-bullying; another could be about information to avoid giving out online, etc. You are in charge of setting up the design of your project. Be creative Please refer back to the websites we used for the scavenger hunt if you are having trouble finding information to use. You may also look for additional websites that will help you complete the PowerPoint.

Internet Safety Power Point Check list 8th Grade


Name: _________________________
Requirements Title slide (Title, image, your name) Table of contents slide (List of slides 3-8) 5 Info slides Pictures from the internet (One per info slide) Bullets Action Buttons (Min. 2 times) Animation (Throughout presentation) Hyperlinks (Min. 2 times) Slide Transitions (Throughout presentation) Internet Safety Content (Information and Facts on all slides) Themes/Background Overall Appearance/Readability (Layout, info on screen, creativity) Completed Date Checked

Name: ____________________________________________________Period: ___________________Date: ________________

8th Grade Internet Safety Power Point Presentation Rubric


Inquiring and Analyzing
0 1-2 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. Student states main reasons why Internet Safety is relevant. Student states some of the main findings of Internet Safety done through their individual research. Students outline their findings on Internet Safety in a way that states why they need to develop a presentation to stay safe while using technology.

Developing Ideas
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. Student states one basic finding on Internet Safety. Students create one design idea used to present to the class on their planning chart. Planning chart is presented incomplete. Student states few findings on Internet Safety on their planning chart. Students create more then one-design idea and outlines reasons for choosing the design with reference to the design specifications.

Creating the Solution


The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. While creating their power point student demonstrates minimal technical skills. Their slides are created poorly and are incomplete. Overall Power Point is hard to follow and obtain relevant info. While creating Power Point students demonstrates satisfactory technical skills. Individual slides include findings and adequately present these to the audience. States changes that have been made to better their presentation from their original planning chart. Students demonstrate competent technical skills. They create slides that list their findings on Internet Safety and take into consideration of the audience and use a variety of visuals. Slides flow appropriately during Power Point and shows changes from original planning chart. Students demonstrate excellent technical skills. Slides not only list findings but also outline them while creating visuals that correlate with findings. Final presentation functions as intended and is presented appropriately. Explains changes made from planning chart and applied to final presentation.

Evaluating
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below. The student describes one way on how to find a solution for the occurring Internet Safety problems faced in todays world.

3-4

Student defines Internet Safety in a way that is relevant to their peers. Students list how the audience could improve their Internet Safety awareness. The student explains how the solution to the problem could have a real life impact on their peers.

5-6

Students explain in detail their findings on Internet Safety. Students are able to state and prioritize their findings on why Internet Safety is relevant to them as an individual. Students develop a design brief outlining key points of their research. Students not only explain their findings on Internet Safety, but also justifies why Internet Safety is relevant issue in todays world. They state, prioritize, and describe their findings in a design brief that can easily be followed.

7-8

Students develop a few findings and solutions for Internet Safety on their planning chart. Students create a range of design ideas. It is done in a way where they can easily follow and present these findings to the class. Students develop accurate planning charts that include drawings diagrams, pictures, charts, etc. Students develop an outline of findings on Internet Safety and why it is such an underlying issue in our society. These aspects of their research can easily be followed on their planning chart, which will be used as a guide for their final presentation. Students develop accurate planning charts that include drawings, diagrams, pictures, charts, etc. that outline requirements.

Students not only defines Internet Safety and makes it relevant to their peers but also gives specific examples that their peers can relate to. With guidance, they describe the impact their presentation has on their peer.

Students not only defines Internet Safety and makes it relevant to their peers but also gives specific examples that their peers can relate to. They describe the impact their presentation has on their peers.

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