• Fourth Grade Social Studies Book

     

    Fifth Grade Project

    Save the tea!

    Students will work in teams to learn about and present the happenings of the Boston Tea Party. In addition to learning about history, students will make a kind gesture to those who worked hard to get the tea to America and they will design a way to save the tea!

     

    Outstanding

    Satisfactory

    Unacceptable

    Save the tea engineering design

    ·         Design ingeniously utilizes materials true to the times

    ·         Tea survives the water after a “day at sea” and is safe to drink

    ·         Design is safe

    ·         What will you do with the tea now that it is saved?

    ·         Design is true to the times

    ·         Tea survives some of the day

    ·         Design is safe

    Team does not meet this requirement

    Proof of knowledge of the time period

    ·         Team provides a time line that demonstrates knowledge of the sequence of events before and after the Boston Tea Party

    ·         Team goes above and beyond and demonstrates knowledge of the time period through a written account, play, or slide show

    ·         Team provides a time line

    ·         Team demonstrates knowledge of the time period

    Team does not meet this requirement

    Creativity

    ·         Team shows creativity in both the engineering design and presentation portions of the project. Work is neat and complete showing students went above and beyond to create and work together

    ·         Team shows creativity in both parts of the project

    Team does not meet this requirement

    Team Score – Rate yourself and each teammate on a scale of 1-5. Five is the highest and 1 is the lowest

    Name

    Helpful – Student worked with the team to complete the project

    Involved – Student brought ideas to the group

    Attentive – Student was on task at all times

    Creative – Student created or shared in ideas for the project

    Responsible Respectful – Student was responsible and respectful of the teammates

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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