Instructions

ext message from Dr. Ima:

Hello my favorite lab assistant! Meet me at the lab next week-I’ll have one of Dr.
Spenser’s fantastic cupcakes waiting for you!
When you walk into the lab, you find a note from Dr. Ima.
Hello, I’m going to be running late to the lab today, so I am hopeful you can help me out by student teaching the first part of my class. I left you instructions, (located below) and an example for you to reference. I will be back in class before you are done teaching the class.
I have enough of Dr. Spenser’s cupcakes for the entire class, so please pass them out. Looking forward to seeing you.
Instructions on week 7 Lesson Plan:
Create a 5 minute video of you teaching how cellular energy is created from eating Dr. Spenser’s world-famous cupcake.  You must be present in the video.  Screen-o-matic is a free program that you can use (https://screencast-o-matic.com/ (Links to an external site.)) or you can use the camera setting on your computer and record a PowerPoint video.

Your explanation should include a detailed process of the reactions and steps of cellular respiration.
Your explanation should include a visual demonstration of the steps in cellular respiration.
Please submit your video as either a link to YouTube or if you are using PowerPoint, please save the file as a video file (such as MP4 or WMV) and attach the video.

Below is an example of the detail that I would be expecting in the class. Remember, you are teaching students the topic, so what information would you share that would help them understand this process?
Congratulations on a job well done.
Estimated time to complete: 2 hours
Reference(s)
Bozeman Science. (2012). Cellular Respiration [Video]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/Gh2P5CmCC0M
Rubric
SC186 Unit 7 AssessmentSC186 Unit 7 AssessmentCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContentSC186-CO326.0 ptsLevel 5Expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner.23.0 ptsLevel 4Expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner with minor weaknesses in one or more of the areas.21.0 ptsLevel 3Partially expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Expresses ideas in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and culturally respectful manner with weaknesses in these area.18.0 ptsLevel 2Partially expresses content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Ideas are partially expressed in an organized, professional, and culturally respectful manner with major weaknesses in these areas.16.0 ptsLevel 1Expresses limited content knowledge with the assignment purpose. Ideas are not expressed in a complete, organized, clear, professional, and/or culturally respectful manner.0.0 ptsLevel 0The assignment was not completed or there are no constructed concepts that demonstrate analytically skills and no evidences to support the content does not align to the assignment instructions26.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysisPRICE-P26.0 ptsLevel 5Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating strong analytical skills with strong evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.23.0 ptsLevel 4Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating strong analytical skills with evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.21.0 ptsLevel 3Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating analytical skills with some evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.18.0 ptsLevel 2Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating weak analytical skills with minimal evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.16.0 ptsLevel 1Constructs concepts related to course content, demonstrating inadequate evidence of analytical skills. There is minimal or no evidence to support professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.0.0 ptsLevel 0The assignment was not completed or there was no evidence of constructed concepts that are supported by professional and personal subject knowledge through details, supporting evidence, and idea differentiation.26.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTechnology17.0 ptsLevel 5Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement all assignment requirements.15.0 ptsLevel 4Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement most assignment requirements.14.0 ptsLevel 3Manipulates multiple technological resources to effectively implement some assignment requirements.12.0 ptsLevel 2Manipulates multiple technological resources for some assignment requirements.10.0 ptsLevel 1Manipulates technological resources to minimally meet some assignment requirements.0.0 ptsLevel 0The assignment was not completed or difficulties with technological manipulation were evident. The assignment submitted does not meet requriements.17.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting12.0 ptsLevel 5The assignment exhibits a excellent command of written English language conventions. The assignment has no errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling.11.0 ptsLevel 4The assignment exhibits a good command of written English language conventions. The assignment has no errors in mechanics, or spelling  with minor grammatical errors that impair the flow of communication.10.0 ptsLevel 3The assignment exhibits a basic command of written English language conventions. The assignment has minor errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impact the flow of communication9.0 ptsLevel 2The assignment exhibits a  limited command of written English language conventions. The assignment has frequent errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impede the flow of communication.7.0 ptsLevel 1The assignment exhibits little command of written English language conventions. The assignment has errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader to stop and reread parts of the writing to discern meaning.0.0 ptsLevel 0The assignment does not demonstrate command of written English language conventions. The assignment has multiple errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader difficulty discerning the meaning.12.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPAPRICE-I4.0 ptsLevel 5In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included with no errors.3.5 ptsLevel 4In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have 1-2 minor APA errors.3.0 ptsLevel 3In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have 3 – 4 minor APA errors.2.5 ptsLevel 2In-text citations of sources and references in proper APA style are included but have more than 4 errors.2.0 ptsLevel 1The errors demonstrate limited understanding of in-text citation and reference requirements0.0 ptsLevel 0There are no in-text citations AND/OR references.4.0 pts
Total Points: 85.0PreviousNext

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