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RE

381 Final Exam



Part 1: Evidence of Competency (25 pts)
Embed within your academic/professional on-line portfolio evidence of your
competency to interpret personal interpretive programs (guided interpretation).
Include in your evidence:
a. a minimum 30-60 second video of you delivering a guided interpretive
program (10)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF7GltUheOw


b. Updated and completed interpretive program cover sheet and planning
worksheet (5)

c. CP - INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM COVERSHEET


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Title of CP: A life of a Fisherman


Interpreters Name(s): Justin Lukowicz and Gabe Prizer
Date of Program: December 2, 2015
Location: On the beach behind the Dome, Lake Superior.

Resource: __ (the resource being interpreted) Natural Environment. Fishing
Theme: Fisherman use different fishing techniques in order to catch Lake Trout as
well as different fishing lures.
j. Name of Character/Personification: Yooperman
k. Summary of Characterization/Personification program: I will be talking about
the different types of lures to catch Lake Trout as well as different techniques to
catch them. Then I will cast the line out into Lake Superior and catch Gabe and he
will talk about Lake Trout and then will release Gabe back into the Lake for the
Conclusion.
l. Your GOALS for this interpretive program (what you want to accomplish
through your program): To look at my audience in the eyes when I talk. To use no
notecards at all, so I can connect with my audience throughout my presentation.
90% of participants will be able to identify the different types of lures by the end of
my presentation.

RE 381 Interpretation I: Foundations and Guided Services (F15)

Characterization/Personification Planning Worksheet (CPW)

Justin Lukowicz- 12-01-2015


1. Logistics
a. Specific location of the GWT. (Provide detailed description of location)-
Beach behind the Dome (Lake Superior)

2. Agency & Audience
a. Name of the Agency. Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR)

b. Mission of the Agency. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is


committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of
the states natural and cultural resources for current and future generations.
c. Audience. Children and adults that enjoy fishing in the outdoors.


3. Interpretive Performance. (Specific characterization type chosen:
characterization or personification) I will be characterizing a fisherman.

4. Organization
a. Topic- General my program will be about the life of a fisherman.
b. Sub-Topic. I want to convey/ tell my audience about different fishing
techniques and fishing Lures.
c. Substantive Focus (Natural Environment)
d. Theme (Write as a full and complete declarative sentence) Fisherman use
different fishing techniques in order to catch Lake Trout as well as different
fishing lures.
e. Goal for the character. To show the audience how to catch fish
f. Theme Development Outline. (This is your outline of the content information
that you will use to deliver your message. Use 3-5 points/sub-themes as
needed; written in declarative sentences. This section should be organized in
outline format and clearly identify the main points/sub-themes that will
support your theme. Each main point/sub-theme should have the key
content you have researched and will use to support your CP).
Lake Trout can be caught all day long by jigging, trolling, or casting.


Jigging is intended to create a jerky, vertical motion, as opposed to
spinner baits, which move through the water horizontally. A jig consists of a lead
sinker with a hook molded into it and usually covered by a soft body to attract fish.


Trolling is a method of fishing where one or more fishing lines, baited
with lures or bait fish, are drawn through the water. This may be behind a moving
boat, or by slowly winding the line in when fishing from a static position.


Casting is the act of throwing bait or a lure using a fishing line out
over the water using a flexible fishing rod. The usual technique is for the angler to
quickly flick the rod from behind toward the water.
The first recommended lure is Leaded Jigs with a piece of artificial or real
bait attached.

Jigging on the bottom will catch you a lot of Lakers


Has a Hook on the top of it as well as on the bottom of it.
The second recommended lure is a herring dodger with a fly and a bait rig for
trolling works well at slow speeds

Trolling works well at slow speeds


Dodgers simulate when fish feed, the movement of their silver bodies
alerts other fish to quickly investigate the possibility of a shared feeding
opportunity. They have two different finishes on each side.
Smaller, lighter spoons with a good fluttering action



Theirs casting spoons, trolling spoons, weed less spoons, surface
spoons, jigging spoons
Live Lining Technique


To live line, drop your live bait from a boat or pier into the water,
allowing it to swim freely at the end of your line. Its basically fishing with a worm
on the hook suspended under a bobber. The bobber or cork keeps the bait at a
preset depth and alerts you to a fish bite by disappearing under the water.
Bottom Fishing Technique


Fish can be found on the bottom, so youll need a weight or sinker on
your line, rigged below your hook to get your bait down to the bottom and hold it
there. Once you have dropped your lure or bait, let the bait rest and float along until
you get a bite.
Cast and Retrieve Technique


Cast your lure to your target and remember fish love structure and
cover. Let the lure fall to your desired depth. Retrieve the lure by reeling in, using
your line to pull the lure to mimic a swimming fish. You may wish to vary the speed
of your retrieve to find a speed that entices a bite. Wait a couple seconds, then cast
again and repeat the retrieval.
Top water Technique


Its a variation of cast and retrieve that uses a floating lure. Some top
water lures such as poppers, have a concave face that makes a big splash when you
jerk the lure sharply on the surface.
Jigging Technique


Cast or drop your lure straight down. Count a few seconds or wait
until you feel the spoon hit the bottom. Snap or pop your wrist and rod tip up
quickly a short distance. Let the lure fall again. Reel down a little bit to keep the line
tight in case of a strike and repeat.
g. Perspective to be used (cross cultural comparisons, manufacture or feel, etc.)
I want to tell my audience about the use or practical function of fishing
h. Title of your IT- A life of a Fisherman
i. Details of characters life and setting (Answer ALL of the following questions
on the list for both first person and personification. Note that if you are doing
a natural environment personification, your questions may need to be
altered.)
a. What is your characters name? Yooperman
b. What is your role or occupation? Competitive Fishing
c. Where do you live? (geographic location, kind of residence)
Marquette, MI, a sketchy cabin in the backcountry of the woods
d. What is your social status? Single
e. When were you born? How old are you? 1970, 45 years old
f. Where was your place of birth? (Geographic location, hospital/home)
Born and raised in Escanaba, MI in the moonlight
g. What is your economic status? Middle Class
h. What are your interests or skills? Fishing, Outdoorsman,

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What level is your education, where was it, who taught it? Graduate
from Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
What are you wearing? Fishing Gear
What do you own/carry with you every day? Fishing Pole and Tackle
Box
What do you do to make a living? A normal fishing guide out on Lake
Superior
What are the names and ages of brothers and sisters? I have one
brother who is 21 years old and no sisters
Are you married? If yes, how long? No I am not married
When/where were you married? Does not apply
Why didnt you marry? Just like the single life
What are your childrens names and ages? I have no children.
How did you arrive to where you are living now? I won a big fishing
tournament and retired up here and have so much money to my self
What is your health status? Good standing and healthy
What was/is important to your character? Getting the fish, so I can
supply dinner on the table.
What is your voice like (raspy, low, high, accent, etc.)? My voice will be
low and raspy with enthusiasm. I will also have a little southern
accent and a little yooper accent.
What is your general personality (serious, gruff, silly, etc.)? Kindly, a
good story teller
What are the issues and perspectives applicable to your character?
Proper and legal fishing practices such as buying a fishing license as
well as a sportsman card. As well as my opinion on buying different
lures for different types of fish species.
What is the purpose or point of view of the character? To catch fish in
the most efficient way possible and make sure they are legal size to
keep.
Other appropriate and useful information? I will go fishing in the rain
cause that is the best time to go


5. Delivery
a. Clothing and props needed. I will dress like I live in the backcountry (Flannel
and my hunting jacket and pants as well as hunting boots) and will be using a
fishing pole with a lure on it and have a tackle box as well as a handout with
my fishing license.
b. Activity or artifact included. Fishing Lure
c. Sounds and smells/odors for character and setting. Gummy Worms, Lake
Superior being able to hear the waves.
d. What story will you tell? I will tell a fishing story over how I caught a 15-
pound lake trout in Lake Superior.
e. Entrance plan. Walk from the woods onto the beach and act like a tour guide
and welcome them to their fishing day.

f. Exit plan. Catching Gabe will be the end of my presentation once I release
Gabe I will thank the audience for coming and tell them they are off the hook
for payment for the fishing session

6. Involvement - Ideas for involving the audience/ interpretive strategies to be
implemented. Pamphlet, passing around the lures, fishing license, study the lures
and test them on the different types of lures.

7. Objectives
a. For you as the interpreter (Use ToVOT format. Example: to turn in all my
assignments on this project so well done that they do not need to be
resubmitted during the span of this project. Make these specific, measurable
and meaningful to you. You will need to report on your achievement of
them.) To look at my audience in the eyes when I talk. To use no notecards at
all so I can connect with my audience throughout my presentation.
b. For your audience. (Use ABCD format: Audience, Behavior, Condition, and
Degree. Example: Ninety percent of audience will be able to accurately give
the mineral composition of sandstone a week after my presentation when I
ask them to do so on notecards at the beginning of class.) 90% of participants
will be able to identify the different types of lures by the end of my
presentation.

8. Risk/Safety
Attach your completed Risk/Safety Assessment Worksheet to the GWT-PW on
submission.

9. Accuracy - References (Use a standard reference - APA 6th Edition. Give full
citations.)
a. Topic references (References for your literature sources for your content
information)
Learn Different Fishing Techniques, How to Fish | Takemefishing.org.
(n.d.). Retrieved December 2, 2015, from
http://takemefishing.org/fishing/fishopedia/how-to-fish/fishingtechniques/

Lake Trout Fishing Tips and How to Catch Lake Trout | Sand Point
Charters. (n.d.). Retrieved December 2, 2015, from
http://sandpointcharters.com/lake-trout-fishing-tips-and-how-to-catchlake-trout/

c. Interpretive process references (Reference sources you are using to interpret


this talk and demonstrate the type of performance enhancement correctly)
The PowerPoint of principles of interpretation.

m. copies of your certificates of completion (5)

JUSTIN LUKOWICZ
FOUNDATIONS OF INTERPRETATION



Certificate of Completion

10/14/15, 3:06 PM

JUSTIN LUKOWICZ
HOW TO PREPARE AN INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM WEBCAST

file:///Users/justinlukowicz/Desktop/Certificate%20of%20Completion.webarchive

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n. Peer or instructor evaluations/feedback (5)


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GWT: Downtown Marquette Architecture


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Peer Eval:

Justin Lukowicz did a great job for the circumstance that he was in since his
partner didnt show up. He allowed the participants to observe the buildings closer
than we would normally. In addition, he gave us insight on the historical value of
these building. Some things Justin can improve on are transitions and conclusion. I
like to use compare or contrast to transitions. For example, similar to building A,
building B was built with the same materials, or unlike this building Conclusion is
basically restating what we had learn on the GWT and supporting the purpose of the
GWT. Answering the so what? In your conclusion would be a good start. So what
about the architecture? If you can answer that question to the audience and make it
relatable, then your participants would remember the significances of your GWT.
Overall, I enjoyed the GWT, thank you!
Peer Eval:
Great Intro.
Justin seems so much more comfortable speaking now!
Good guided imagery; When he had us all close our eyes, pretending we were
back in the 1880s.
Great use of pictures.
Very relatable and relevant.

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Peer Eval:
-"Think about this as you walk" was good!
-Guided imagery was helpful
-Good information about history
-Read off cards quite a bit, but we were aware of your situation, and know you didn't
have much time to re-prepare.
dd. -Everyone knows Donckers, so it was cool that you added that stop in!
ee. -Some awkward silences, but then again the situation could have played into that.

ff. Other items that provide evidence (if available)