Performance Task GUIDE and RUBRIC

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GUIDELINES
Performance Task: Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden Rehabilitation Proposal
Learning outcome
Required output
Week
1.
Insight/Reaction
paper
on
their
field
On completion of General Biology 2, the
Week 8
trip to Manila Zoo
student is expected to describe animal
structures and their relationship to
2. Group presentation
functions in order to compare and
The students will apply their
establish the functional relationship of
knowledge of body structure and
Week 10
the anatomical systems of the major
functions to create a multimedia
animal groups which will set not only as
presentation (with a written report)
a foundation in their profession but also
of their rehabilitation plan for Manila
instill a deeper appreciation and
Zoo for presentation to the mayor of
respect for all living organisms.
Manila city.
Manila zoo first opened in 1959. It has been in operation for 59 years and has not been renovated since. In
2013, Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada indicated this as one of his agenda, but the renovation/rehabilitation
did not take place. Your goal is to evaluate the overall conditions of the zoo and to propose a rehabilitation
plan based on the observations made. The rehabilitation plan will be proposed and presented, via a
multimedia presentation to the city mayor for his review and approval. The success of the task will be
based on the accuracy of your plan with respect to the needs of the animals in the zoo, the overall layout
of your proposal, as well as the quality of your presentation and written proposal.
GOAL
To prepare a proposal that will help rehabilitate the “Manila Zoological and
Botanical Garden”
ROLE
Architect, Veterinarian, Zoo keeper and Engineer
AUDIENCE
City Government, Students, Teachers, Animal Rights Advocates, Investors,
visitors, tourists
SITUATION
You studied “RA 8485: The Animal Welfare Act of the Philippines” and
decided to personally find out the current condition of the animals in the
Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden. You want to convince the
stakeholders (audiences) that there is a need for the zoo to completely
undergo rehabilitation.
PERFORMANCE/PRODUCT Come up with a comprehensive proposal on how to rehabilitate the Manila
Zoological and Botanical Garden
STANDARD/CRITERIA
Rubric (group and individual)
RUBRICS TO BE USED:
Group grade
A. Master plan
B. Animal programs
C. Individual grade (role)
50 points
30 points
20 points
Total: 100 points
A. Rubric for Evaluating the Master Plan of the Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden Rehabilitation
Proposal
THE EXPECTED
ALMOST WHAT IS
NOT WHAT IS
A MODEL OUTPUT
CRITERIA
OUTPUT
EXPECTED
EXPECTED
10
7-9
4-6
1-3
The layout was
designed clearly and
The layout did not
The layout was not
accurately. All
The layout was
follow the
clear. It lacks
I. Layout (x2)
elements are
designed well. It
guidelines. Many
creativity and
coherent and
showed creativity.
concerns with the
coherence
creatively
layout were seen.
presented.
A detailed
An explanation of
No explanation of
No explanation of
explanation of the
the layout was
the layout was
the layout was
layout was provided.
provided. Most
II. Explanation
provided. Some
provided. And
All elements were
elements were
elements were
elements were not
neatly and properly neatly and properly
labelled.
labelled.
labelled.
labelled.
All elements were
All elements were
Most elements were
Drawn elements
drawn using proper drawn using proper drawn using proper
need to be
materials. No errors
materials. A few
materials. Some
improved. Many
III. Neatness
were seen in the
errors were seen in
errors were seen in
errors were seen in
and use of
plan. The use of
the plan. There was the plan. The use of the plan. The use of
materials
color enhanced the
good use of color.
color did not
color enhanced the
output. Appropriate
Appropriate use of enhance the output.
output. Very little
use of images and
images and captions.
Some images and
use of images and
captions.
captions were seen.
captions.
The group was very
The group was
organized and
organized and
prepared in their
prepared in their
The group was
presentation. All
presentation. Most disorganized in their
member were
member are
presentation. Only
The group was not
IV. Group
knowledgeable,
knowledgeable,
some members are
ready with their
presentation
enthusiastic and
enthusiastic and
knowledgeable.
presentation.
confident. They
confident. They
Some lacks
delivered clearly,
delivered clearly,
enthusiasm and
with appropriate
with appropriate
confidence.
language and good
language and good
voice projection.
voice projection.
TOTAL: 50 points
B. Rubric for Evaluating the Animal Programs of the Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden Rehabilitation
Proposal
THE EXPECTED
ALMOST WHAT IS
NOT WHAT IS
A MODEL OUTPUT
CRITERIA
OUTPUT
EXPECTED
EXPECTED
10
7-9
4-6
1-3
I. Animal
enclosure
(Check
appropriate
items)
II. Animal
nutrition
III. Animal
care
All animal enclosures were well planned with appropriate materials and location in the overall
plan of the zoo
Considered all of the following:
 type of animal (___)
 number of animals per enclosure (___)
 needs of the animal (___)
 safety of the animal (___)
 safety of the tourist (___)
Nutrition plan is not
Nutrition plan is not
specific to the kind of to the kind of animal
animal present. The
present. The
program showed
program showed
some research done
very little research
on the nutrition of
done on the nutrition
each animal in the
of each animal in the
zoo.
zoo.
Care is not specific to
Care is very specific Care is not specific to
the kind of animal
to the kind of animal
the kind of animal
present. The
present. The
present. The program
program showed
program showed
showed some
very little research
intensive research on
research done on
done on how to care
how to care for each how to care for each
for each animal in
animal in the zoo.
animal in the zoo.
the zoo.
TOTAL: 30 points
Nutrition plan is very
specific to the kind of
animal present. The
program showed
intensive research on
the nutrition of each
animal in the zoo.
C. Rubric for Evaluating the Individual Role of each member of the group
STRONG
GOOD
AVERAGE
CRITERIA
10
7-9
4-6
Excellent output
Good output given to
Good output given to
given to the team.
the team. Submitted
I. Quality
the team. Submitted
Submitted ahead of
on time and with
of Output
late and with some
time, with no
minor corrections
corrections needed.
corrections needed.
needed.
A strong team player.
Enthusiastically
accomplished the
A good team player.
An average team
II. Team
task given and
Accomplished the
player. Accomplished
player
extended help to
task given and helped all the task given to
other members of the others in their task.
him.
group that needed
help.
TOTAL: 20 points
No research was
done on the kind of
food to be given to
each animal
No research was
done on the kind of
care to be given to
each animal
POOR
1-3
Poor output given to
the team. Late in
submission and with
major revisions
needed.
A poor team player.
Did not accomplish
the task given to him
and hesitated in
working with the
group.
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