Group Project # 2 requires four parts total: 1 required essay and 3 other group activities that your group gets to choose from a list of several possibilities. The first two activities (the required 1 page essay and the academic activity are due Tuesday September 30th, and the remaining two activities (the short creative performance and the public display) are due Thursday October 2nd.
There are no rules from me about how or who gets this work. Everyone will be require to complete an individual reflection sheet, describe what each group member, how the group functioned and grade each of the members in the group. This individual reflection will take place in-class on or after October 2nd and will factor into you and your group members’ grades.
Any problems should be dealt with by YOU. Please do not come to the professor with problems about who is and is not doing what in your group. Do your best to present the best possible product and leave your grievances for your reflections.
Group chapter assignments
Group 1 Titans: Law 5
Group 2 Turtles: Law 28
Group 3 Ligers: Law 25
Group 4 Reapers: Law 16
Group 5 Lions: Law 15
Each group is required to provide a 1 page, five-paragraph essay that discusses and analyzes three historical examples that relate to your group’s law.
Each group is to pick 3 activities - one activity from each of the three categories below:
1. Make a test for the book chapter (law of power) you read. Include 10 true-false, 10 multiple choice, and 5 short essay questions. After writing the test, provide the answers for your questions.
2. A summary of chapter (3 pages minimum, 4 pages maximum).
3. Prepare a lesson that will teach the lessons of the law you were assigned. It could be a "how-to" lesson or one on content. Plan carefully to present all necessary information in a logical order. (3 pages minimum, 4 pages maximum).
Short Creative Performance (This can be one person or the entire group)
1. Write a poem (or poems) about your chapter and perform them. (Minimum 3 minutes, maximum of five minutes).
2. Read passages from the chapter (Minimum 3 minutes, maximum of five minutes).
3. Sing a related song
4. Create two 30-second radio ads for your book chapter. Write out the script and tape record it as it would be presented. Don’t forget background music and or sound effects.
5. Retell the plot of the book you read as it might appear in a third-grade reading book. Be sure that the vocabulary you use is appropriate for that age group (Minimum 3 minutes, maximum of five minutes).
1. Make a website of at least five “pages,” including a timeline or map about chapter, at least 15 links to useful websites, an about us page. You include any of the activities from above to your website.
2. A 15-minute video about your chapter. You can use your lesson plan or summary from the above activities.
3. Create an electronic press kit to promote the ideas in your book chapter. You must present your electronic press kit in front of class and it must include several items including, banner ads, a press release or informational pamphlet, an email advertisement, an electronic poster, and pictures (at the least).
4. Design an advertising campaign to promote the sale of the ideas in the book chapter you read. Include each of the following: a poster, a magazine, newspaper ad, a bumper sticker design, and a button design and a design for one other form of promotional merchandise.