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HS DISTANCE LEARNING PROJECT

WOODLAND HIGH SCHOOL CONTINUED LEARNING PROJECT 2020

Objective: Students will work as individuals or collaboratively using google sheets, google docs, and google slides to complete a comprehensive report covering all subject areas taught at Woodland High School. This project is to extend learning beyond the classroom during the mandated distance learning  during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. 

Participation:  Student participation in this project is optional. All students are welcome to participate.Those students that elect not to participate, will receive their subject grades as of 3/12/20.  Students are encouraged to participate through the use of technology, examples: computers, laptops, chromebooks, tablets and smartphones. However, if a student does not have access to these resources or the internet required to use these devices, a paper version of the assignment will be available to them for pick up at the HS office. 

Scoring: Students will be able to earn not more than 10% extra credit in each class they are currently enrolled in. A rubric will be made available to students so they know the expectations of the project. Students must complete all areas of the project in order to receive credit, as well as present to the faculty and principal via Zoom meeting. 

Topic: Faculty will develop questions specific to their subject area around the topic of the current global events which have led to distance education in Oklahoma. 

Interested in some fun slide templates? click here! 

Math 

  1. Using data gathered from the current pandemic, create a data table for positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. 

  2. Create a line graph of the data you gathered. Your graph should be Cases vs Time. 

  3. Find the equation of the line and interpret the slope of the graph. 

  4. Create a second table and graph with data from the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918-1920 and compre the two. 

  5. Include all graphs, tables and comparisons in your google slide document. 

  6. Links available for good data points and research.

Centers for Disease Control and PreventionOklahoma State Department of HealthGoogle Scholar 

Science

  1. Research the meaning of  “flattening the curve” to combat COVID-19

  2. Explain why quarantine is being recommended and enforced in most countries.

  3. Use only google scholar and/or reliable sources such as NPR, BBC, CDC and WHO and list all of the sources you use in this research. 

  4. There are a number of great Youtube videos explaining how this works, if you use any videos in your research you must check their sources, if they do not list any then they cannot be considered to be reliable. 

  5. List all sources used for all other sections of this project as well. The reliability of your sources for the other teachers will factor into your science grade.

English

  1. Each group picks their own topic related to Coronavirus. Suggestions include “ Comparison of How Different Countries Have Handled Outbreaks” “What the U.S. is Doing to Cope with Covid-19” “Comparison of Coronavirus to Other Pandemics in History”

  2. Each person in the group needs to play an equal role in the presentation.

  3. A minimum of 3 reputable sources must be cited.

Social Studies 

  1. Each group will do research on how the Covid-19 pandemic compares to past pandemics throughout history. 

  2. Each person needs to do their own research and play an equal role in the presentation. 

Computers

  1. Students will use google sheets, google doc and google slides to work collaboratively to complete the assignment and prepare a presentation. 

  2. Students should utilize the technology components above to demonstrate computer proficiency. 

  3. When preparing slides for an audience, they should be clear and easy to read. The information should be easy for the audience to understand. 

  4. Each section (subject) should be presented on separate slides, sometimes you will need to use more than one slide to clearly convey all of the required content without crowding.

  5. Feel free to use pictures, and links to make this presentation your own, but be sure to cite EVERYTHING you take from the web, this includes pictures.  

  6. References are required by ALL subject areas, you should put them all together at the end of this presentation. 

  7. Feel free to check out this link for some fun templates: Link to some fun slide templates

 

Music

  1.  Explain what new outlets for music are rising out of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  2.  Explain what effect music has had on you and others during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  3.  Show a video of a parody or song that has become popular during the pandemic. Include this in your google slide document and cite your video sources at the end. 

Agriculture

  1. Discuss how the pandemic has influenced your family's buying choices of agricultural products.

  2. Each group needs to research and discuss a section of Agricultural markets (ex. beef, pork, produce, etc.) and how this pandemic has influenced pricing and availability. 

  3. Each student should do their own research and show equal roles in their presentation.

  4. Only reputable sources for research ( Farm Bureau, Department of Agriculture,  scholarly research, etc.)

 
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Woodland HS Distance Learning Project rubric:
 
Subject Teacher Below Expectations 0-25% Needs Improvement 26-50% Meets Expectations 51-75% Exceedes Expectations 76-100%
Computers Rhodes Presentation was crowded and difficult to follow. No citations included. Presentation had multiple errors, some slides are still crowded. No citations included. Slides are not orginized in a way that is easy to follow. Slides are presented in an interesting way that is easy to follow. The audience is engaged in the presentation. Slides may still have some errors, Citations are incomplete. All details were unique, interesting, and related to and supported the main idea. Slides are not crowded, easy for the audience to follow. All citations included and no errors.
English Hayes Does not have grasp of information about subject. Shows no interest in topic presented. Is uncomfortable with information. Provides weak examples, facts or statistics which do not adequately support the subject. Includes very thin data or evidence. Raises audience understanding of some points. Has somewhat clear purpose . Includes some data that supports conclusions. Shows some Demonstrates full knowledge of topic.Provides clear purpose with pertinent examples, facts, and or statistics. Supports conclusions with evidence. Significantly increases audience understanding of subject.
Math Cox No calulations shown. No charts or graphs. Data not presented or interpreted. No sources listed. Calculations or graphs are missing or incorrect. Data presented/ interpreted in a way that is difficult to understand. Multiple errors, No sources listed. Calcuations are presented in a clear an precise format. Data presented/ interpreted is easy to read. Few errors. Some sources listed. All calculations, charts and graphs presented/interpreted in a clear and precise format. Data is presented in a manner that is easy for the reader to interpret. No errors and all sources listed.
Music Clapp No clear understanding of the topic. No sources listed. Demonstrates some knowledge of the topic. No sources listed. Demonstrates an understanding of the topic. Some sources listed. Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the topic and includes video. All sources listed.
Science Torres No clear understanding of flattening the curve or why quarantine is important. No sources listed. Vague understanding of flattening the curve and why quarantine is important. no sources listed General understanding of flattening the curve and why quarantine is important. Some sources listed and/or unreliable sources listed. Raises audience understanding and awareness of topic. Detailed understanding of flattening the curve and why quarantine is important. All sources are reliable and listed
Social Studies Folger No clear understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world, when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. Limited knowledge of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. General understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. Clear understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history.
Vocational Agriculture Hale No clear understanding of how Agricultural products have been influenced by the pandemic. No sources listed Limited knowledge and/or understanding of how Agricultural products have been influenced by the pandemic. No sources listed. General understanding of how Agricultural products have been influenced by the pandemic. some cited sources listed and/or are reputable. Clear and detailed understanding of how Agricultural products have been influenced by the pandemic. All cited sources are reputable.
US History Wright No clear understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world, when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. Limited knowledge of how the Coronavirus is impacting the worldwhen compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. General understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the worldwhen compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history. Clear and detailed understanding of how the Coronavirus is impacting the world when compared to other pandemic diseases throughout history.
 
HS Students may work independently or in groups of no more than four (4) students.  It is recommended that all students participating prepare to do an online presentation to the HS Staff (via Zoom).  A Zoom tutorial will be available prior to the scheduled presentation date.  If you do not have access to the necessary technology, a paper packet will be provided for this assignment (please contact the HS).  
 
The presentation window is April 29 – 30th.  If you are presenting, you are required to notify us that you are participating.  Please email us at ccox@woodland.k12.ok.us or by phone at (918)642-3295 x100.
 
For questions, you can contact us by email (listed below) or by phone at (918)642-3295 x100.
tkimrey@woodland.k12.ok.us
ccox@woodland.k12.ok.us
mkeeler@woodland.k12.ok.us
wwright@woodland.k12.ok.us
chayes@woodland.k12.ok.us
kclapp@woodland.k12.ok.us
jtorres@woodland.k12.ok.us
hawkins_vonda@woodland.k12.ok.us
shale@woodland.k12.ok.us
drhodes@woodland.k12.ok.us
nfolger@woodland.k12.ok.us

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