A Celebration Timeline
- Assumes a creative approach in selecting the events and designing the timeline.
- Self-motivated and encourages others to participate.
- Understands that although national holidays are shared by the entire country
and family celebrations reflect more personal concerns, both focus on meaningful
events, important individuals, and special groups.
- Helps select events and designs the timeline.
- Follows directions independently.
- Can identify general commonalities and differences between national holidays
and family celebrations. May have difficulty expressing these ideas to others.
- May help design the timeline but has trouble identifying and locating events.
- Needs prompting to remain focused on the task at hand.
- Can only identify similarities and differences with help from others.
- Needs help to identify national holidays and family celebrations.
- Requires one-on-one attention in order to remain involved in the activity.
- Is unable to identify similarities and differences.
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