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Visual Project Evaluation

Visual Project Evaluation

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Visual Project Evaluation
Project Title
 Is it neat, bold, large, and appropriate?
Visuals (Diagrams, Photos, Pictures, and Maps)
 Are they neatly drawn and coloured?Are the titles and/or labels clear, bold, and informative?Do the visuals provide relevant information?Have the title and/or labels been edited for spelling etc?
Text (Charts, Lists, Paragraphs Etc.)
 Are the titles (and possibly subtitles) large, clear, bold, and appropriate?Is the information clear, complete, and informative?Has the information been edited (COPS)?Has the information been presented in an effective way (tidy, large enoughprint etc.)?
 
 Overall Appearance:
Was a paper cutter or ruler and scissors used to cut straight lines?Are the parts glued carefully so that no glue is showing and edges aresecure?Are the project parts spaced effectively on the project board (not squishedtogether, no large empty spaces, parallel to sides of the board etc.)?
References:
Is it complete and glued to the back of the project board?Were at least 3 sources of information used, (at least one being a sourceother than the internet)?
Extra Effort:
 artifacts, models, powerpoint, song, skit, costumes, food samples, etc.
 
 
Oral Presentation Evaluation
Topic: _________________________________________________
 
The student is well prepared:
- has point form notes on cards organized by subtopic- has all visuals and props organized
The student speaks clearly and naturally:
- refers to notes but does not read them- makes eye contact and includes whole audience- projects voice and has expression- has appropriate posture

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