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Evaluation: how you will be scored

Now is the time for your team to show the class how much you learned about freshwater fish and the habitat they live in. You have the option of using an iMovie, a PowerPoint presentation or a display board with an oral report as the format of your presentation. Each format will have a set of requirements so make sure you do everything needed for the format you choose to use. Check out the rubric that will be used to score your presentation, so you know what you will be evaluated on.

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It is required that your PowerPoint presentation has a minimum of 10 slides. The PowerPoint will include:

  • At least four photos of the stream you investigated showing different areas of the stream.

  • A map showing the location of the stream.

  • Information about at least three animals inhabiting your watershed.

  • Information about any pollution affecting the stream.

  • Information about how healthy your watershed and stream are and if it is good fish habitat.

  • Data and photos about any fish you found or saw in your stream.

It is required that your poster and oral presentation be 15-30 minutes. The poster will include:

  • At least four pictures or photos of the stream you investigated showing different areas of the stream.

  • A map showing the location of the stream.

  • Information about at least three animals inhabiting your watershed.

  • Information about any pollution affecting the stream.

  • Information about how healthy your watershed and stream are and if the stream is good fish habitat.

  • Data and photos about any fish you found or saw in your stream.

It is required that your iMovie video be 15-30 minutes. The finished iMovie will include:

  • Footage of the stream you investigated, showing at least four different areas.

  • Information about at least three animals inhabiting your watershed or stream.

  • Footage of what is near the stream, like forest, roads, ocean, etc.

  • Information and footage of any pollution affecting the stream.

  • Information about how healthy your watershed and stream are and if the stream is good fish habitat.

  • Data and footage of any fish you found or saw in your stream.

 
 

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