Before Activity: (Engage)
IN THE COMPUTER LAB: Day One
- Brainstorm a Disease or Disorder of the Integumentary System.
- Gather the necessary information that is listed in the Diseases and Disorders Report Requirements.
- Search at least three different websites for their information.
Teacher will: (Explain)
- Remind students about recording what websites they have visited to get their information.
- Remind students that their information must be sited within in their paper and on the last page of their Multimedia Presentation.
During Activity: (Explore)
In the Computer Lab: Day Two- Keying the Report
- Take out their Report Rubric and Diseases and Disorders Requirements.
- Use their handouts, rubrics, and research in order to complete their report.
The teacher will remind students that plagiarism and cutting and pasting information from the Internet are not acceptable.
In the Computer Lab-Day Three and Four: Visual Aid
1. Students will use the Multimedia Rubric and Presentation Requirements handouts to complete their visual aids.
2. Students will email their paper and presentations to the teacher during the last visit in the Computer Lab.
In the Classroom- Day Five: The Presentation
- Have students turn in their Report in the appropriate collecting bin for the classroom.
- Have each student pull up their presentation from his or her own stored device.
- Have each student stand in the front of the class and elaborate on his or her findings to the class.
- Students will be evaluated based on the multimedia/presentation rubric.
Option#1- Evaluating Students in Class
Students will be assessed based on how well the report explains the integumentary system's structure and function, how the report is written and how well their presentation will be done. This can be done by the use of rubrics.
Option #2- Evaluating Students Outside of Class.
If there are time constraints and you do not have the time to have students to present their presentations in class, then you may want to use the additional rubrics that are under attachments.
Just simply grade the papers and presentations that the students have emailed to your previously.
explain the integumentary system's structure and function, including layers and accessories of skin and types of membranes.