Evaluation

 

 

1. Travel Journal (individual) -- 25 points

This journal:

  No
1. Is a daily record of my trip (past tense).    
2. Includes how much I spent per day.    
3. Is written from the point of view of my role.    
4. Is written in Spanish and is able to be understood at a level we have agreed upon in class.    
5. On the last day, contains a self-reflection of what you would change, what you would do again, and anything you thought was cool.    

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2. Itinerary (group) -- 20 points

  No
1. We submitted an easy-to-read outline of our trip.    
2. We included activities, times, hotels, and allowed for travel.    
3. We included a daily total of the money we spent.    
4. All of us contributed equally to the itinerary.    

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3. Group Presentation -- 64 points

 

For your groupís oral presentation, you have a choice of a "prop".

 

Before you think youíre ready to give your presentation, check the grading rubric below and ask yourselves the following questions:

 

 

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Grading Rubric

 

1. The travel agent:

4

Included a most-extensive list of places visited, how they got there, and how long and where they stayed. Went well-above what was required.

 

3

Included a somewhat extensive list of places visited, how they got there, and how long and where they stayed. Went somewhat above what was required.

 

2

Included a somewhat incomplete list of places visited, how they got there, and how long and where they stayed. Some elements may be missing.

 

1

Included a mostly incomplete list of places and sites visited, how they got there, and how long and where they stayed. Most elements are missing or copied.

 

0

Made no attempt to participate in this project.

 

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  1. 2. The activity coordinator:

    4

    Included a most-extensive list of sites visited and activities planned. Included activities from many different categories. Explained the significance of visiting these sites in a superior manner. Went well-above what was required.

     

    3

    Included a somewhat extensive list of sites visited and activities planned. Included activities from several different categories. Explained the significance of visiting these sites in an above-average manner. Went somewhat above what was required.

     

    2

    Included a somewhat incomplete list of sites visited and activities planned. Explained the significance of visiting these sites in a below-average manner. Some elements may be missing or incorrect.

     

    1

    Included a mostly incomplete list of sites visited and activitied planned. Explained the significance of visiting these sites in a poor manner, if at all. Most elements are missing, copied, or incorrect.

     

     

    0

    Made no attempt to participate in this project.

     

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    3. The culinary expert:

    4

    Included a most-extensive list of traditional dishes for the regions the group visited. Included an exceptionally organized plan of where the group ate during the trip, including a wide variety of restaurants or other creative means. Prepared a sample Spanish dish and gave most-knowledgable background information.

     

    3

    Included a somewhat-extensive list of traditional dishes for the regions the group visited. Included a well-organized plan of where the group ate during the trip, including somewhat of a variety of restaurants. Prepared a sample Spanish dish and gave correct background information.

     

    2

    Included a somewhat incomplete list of traditional dishes for the regions the group visited. Provided incorrect information. Included a plan of where the group ate during the trip, including the names of restaurants, but some days or meals may be missing. Prepared a sample Spanish dish and gave some incorrect background information.

     

    1

    Included a mostly incomplete list of traditional dishes for the regions the group visited. If background information was provided, it was incorect. Included a very sketchy plan of where the group ate during the trip. Names of restaurants, if included, are few or copied. Did not prepare a sample Spanish dish.

     

    0
    Made no attempt to participate in this project

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  1. 4. The trip manager:

4

To the greatest extent, describes in detail what to do in certain emergency situations (e.g. lose passport, need hospital, find police, etc.), where shopped, and shows what souvenirs were collected and their significance.

 

3

Describes in some detail what to do in certain emergency situations (e.g. lose passport, need hospital, find police, etc.), where shopped, and shows what souvenirs were collected and their significance.

 

2

Describes in little detail what to do in certain emergency situations (e.g. lose passport, need hospital, find police, etc.), where shopped, and shows what souvenirs were collected. Some information is missing. Few reasons given for why souvenirs were collected, or the information is incorrect.

 

1

Only lists emergency situations but does not describe what to do (e.g. lose passport, need hospital, find police, etc.). Where shopped, and shows what souvenirs were collected, or their significance were very sketchy if included at all.

 

 

0
Made no attempt to participate in this project

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Total points (from all 4 roles)

X 4

 

_______/ 64

Group Presentation Grade

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