The FCAT is finally here! While it might bring stress into some classrooms, it brings fun activities into ours! This wiki is meant to help you brush up on a few topics from previous years. Please use this as a study tool for next!

Rubric:

Clearly Define Vocabulary for the Section- Identify words for your section. If your particular section does not have key vocabulary terms, share some key words that your classmates will need to learn for their test.
5
Visual appeal- Graphics are used as needed and add to the message. Graphics are not distracting and used where needed to further explain a topic.
5
Organization- Headings and underlines are used appropriately.
5
Hyperlinks- Include at least 1 hyperlink to your page.
5
Resources- Include a list of all the websites or books used to make your page. Make sure that you have checked your hyperlinks and that they work.
5
Use Your Words-Your wiki should summarize information, not copies it! Do no plagiarize.
5
Presentation- Make sure that you know how to properly pronounce key words for your lesson, all font,sizes, and colors are legible (easy to read), and that you can speak freely of the content material. Do not just stand up in front of the class and read verbatim (word for word).
15
Accuracy- No misspellings or grammatical errors. No HTML errors in wiki (e.g., broken links, missing images)
5
Total Points
50
Here are some websites you might find helpful but you are certainly not limited to the ones listed below. Try something new this go around. Get with me if you are unsure about how to use a website. Don't forget that you can also use your own artistic abilities and scan your own creations.

WatchKnowLearn
Kerpoof
Google Sketchup
Blabberize
Bubble Maps
Word Clouds
Visual Ranking Tool
Map Making
Stain Glass Collage
NBC Learn- Video
BrainPop

Here is an example of an additional rubric. It gives you more of a description.
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WikiRubric.pdf