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Field Trip to Epcot

 

Introduction:  
  How fun would it be to take an over night field trip to Disney World's Epcot in Orlando Florida.
Task:  
  How would you persuade your principal to allow the second grade to take a field trip to Disney's Epcot in Orlando, Florida?
Process:  
  In this section, you will give your teacher a travel log of all the places you will visit at Epcot. Your log should include the following:

1. Transportation costs

2. Lodging expenses

3. Total Cost for the trip including park fees.

4. Educational places you plan to visit in the park.

5. 3 facts about Epcot. 3 reasons for going to Epcot.

6. A picture of the Epcot logo.
Resources:  
  Resources:
disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot
http://www.dreamsunlimitedtravel.com/dreamsres/
www.charterbusamerica.com
Evaluation:  
  Evaluation
This is how your work will be evaluated.

Beginning
1 Developing
2 Qualified
3 Exemplary
4 Score


Included 5-6 educational sites in travel log from Epcot
Included little required information. Is missing a lot of information about site. Has most of the information about site but missing 1 or 2 pieces. Included name of places visited, transportation costs, lodging costs,park fees, and 3 facts.


Included 3-4 sites in travel log from Epcot. Included little required information. Is missing a lot of information about site. Has most of the information about site but missing 1 or 2 pieces. Included name of place visited, where located, significance, picture and 3 facts.

Persuasive Essay
Included little required information.

Student had no understanding of the educational site.
Is missing a lot of information about the site. Does not reflect students total understanding of the historical site. May include picture. There is some details missing but the student still has understanding of the educational site. Pictures should also be included. There is significant detail included to reflect the students understanding of the historical site. There are also pictures included.

Protagonistic Argument
There is no meaning to the trip planned out.
There are several questions about the trip planned out.
There is very few questions about trip planned out.
Argument of trip is well planned out.


Conclusion:  
  Conclusion

Now that you have completed your trip to Epcot in Orlando, Fl. I hope you have enjoyed yourself. I hope you have learned a great deal about all the places you could visit. There are several places throughout Epcot that are educational sites that you may not get the opportunity to visit. Therefore this assignment will hopefully open our eyes to all the wonderful places that Epcot has to offer.

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