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Mobile Learning Assignment, Design A

Scavenger Hunt.
TOPIC: Chemical Bonding
Names: Viktor Baeza
Grade Level: High School
Now that you have explored and familiarized yourself with QR Codes, and determined what
criteria are most important, you will use that knowledge to develop an QR lesson for your
students using QR codes.
Review: What criteria do you feel are most important when developing your scavenger hunt

Students working in teams.

Students collaborating.
A variety of materials.
Connecting ideas.

Process: You will approach the development of your lesson as an instructional designer. You must
think of your objectives, correlating standards, TPACK, and more.
Respond to each prompt. You will submit this document in your goggle site. Type here then either
attach it as a doc. On your new page or copy and paste to your site before your actual scavenger
hunt components.
1. On what content area and topic will you focus?
a. I will be focusing in chemistry on the topic of bonding.
2. On which standards will you focus?
a. High School Science Standard 1.4
3. Write an appropriate objective.
a. Students will determine types of chemical bonding and describe the bonding that
takes place using terms from the scavenger hunt.
4. Create an outline, story board, or summary of your hunt idea(s). What will you use to
create your lesson/hunt? What are the themes or concepts? What do you hope the final
product will look like? How will you assess, or how will students show mastery?
a. To create my hunt, I am going to consider what I want my students to know about
bonding between atoms. For instance, they will need to know several vocabulary
words, such as electronegativity, ionic, and covalent. I will also consider interactions
or visuals that will aid students in the understanding of the material. One way of
doing this is by using magnets to describe a covalent bond. I will think of the big
themes or concepts first and use backward design to find a way for students to
achieve an understanding of the concept. My hopes are that the final product will be
a student-driven lesson where my students can engage and explore in the lesson
and have some fun doing so while obtaining all the information they would need. I
will assess understanding by having an in-class discussion with the teams at the
very end. I will also be having students create responses that they will need to
check with me before moving on to more parts of the hunt.

Basic elements:
A minimum of 10 questions or prompts (or equivalent) and 10 locations
Objective(s) and goals, standards
Now go and create your hunt! Use the rubric on BB to guide you through the process.