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Page history last edited by maria villarreal 9 years, 8 months ago

Power point presentation

10 points

Students have the name of the game and the name of the country where it is played.

Students have a map and a flag where the game is played.

Students include a link of a Youtube video that demonstrates how to play the game. 

Students include a summary why the game is popular( i.e. Ampe = poverty).

Students turning in a reflection stating why they like or dislike this game.

Demonstration of the game (mastery).

8 points

Students have the name of the game and the name of the country where it is played.

 Students have a map and a flag where the game is played.

Students include a link of a Youtube video that demonstrates how to play the game.

Students include a summary why the game is popular in that country (i.e. Ampe = poverty)

Demonstration of the game (intermediate).

6 points

Students have the name of the game and the name of the country where it is played.

Students have a map and a flag where the game is played.

Students include a link of a Youtube video that demonstrates how to play the game.

Demonstration of the game is presented but don’t master the game.

4 points

Students have the name of the game and the name of the country where it is played.

Students include a map or a flag where the game is played.

Students demonstrate little knowledge of the game.

0 points

Students are able to name one game that is played in a specific country.

 

 

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