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.