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Activity 1.1.

1 Documentation Rubric
Portfolio Components
Title Page Table of Contents

4 points
All components required for the title page exist and are located correctly. Table of contents exists with page numbers and with all required sections of the portfolio listed. Format is uniform and concise.

3 points

2 points

1 point
Only title of project is present.

Missing names of team Missing date and name of members, date, and name of teacher. teacher. Table of contents exists but isTable of contents exists but is missing page numbers or missing page numbers and sections that are required. sections that are required. Format is uniform. Format is not uniform.

Student Resume including Self-assessment and Reflection Introduction to the Project

Project notes

Project design sections Drawings in an

Table of contents exists. Page numbers and sections are missing or inaccurate. Format is not uniform and some entries are not accurate. Student resume is complete. Self- Student resume is complete. Student resume has Student resume is assessment and reflection The self-assessment and information about career incomplete. There are no demonstrate student reflection pieces are missing interests, but does not provide self-assessment or understanding. some entries. career goals; is missing either reflection components. self-assessment section or reflection section. Introduction is concise and clearly Introduction refers to Introduction is written with Introduction is wordy or states the project and components of portfolio, but grammatical error and is lacks information. expectations. It provides a lacks details about the projectmissing some components of Introduction refers loosely snapshot of the portfolio and expectations. the portfolio. to what is in the portfolio. components. Project notes are dated, complete, Project notes are dated, Project notes are dated and Project notes are not concise, and easy to follow. complete, and easy to follow. well-organized. Some entries dated, are incomplete and Information provides detail of the Information provides an are missing information, which confusing, and are not design process that was followed. insight into the design makes the flow of ideas written using proper process, but does not provide inconsistent. sentence structure. a complete picture. Project design sections are logical Project design sections are Project design sections are not There are no project and clearly convey information logical and clearly convey arranged in a logical order. design sections. about the design process. information, but are not wellorganized. Drawings are arranged in a logical Drawings are well- prepared Drawings are well- prepared Drawings are not complete, Project Lead The Way, Inc. Copyright 2010 PLTWTM - BE Unit 1 Lesson 1.1 Activity 1.1.1 Documentation Rubric Page 1

Portfolio Components
identified folder Sketching Bubble Diagrams Working drawings Plot Plan Floor Plan Elevations Wall Sections Final drawings Specifications 3D Models

4 points

3 points

2 points

1 point
are disorganized, and are not well kept. Drawings do not clearly and accurately communicate necessary information for the idea to become reality.

sequence, show appropriate detail, and arranged in a sequence. and arranged in a sequence. and clearly and accurately One or two sketches or Over a fourth of the required communicate necessary drawings are missing. sketches or drawings are information for the idea to become Drawings clearly and missing. Drawings do not reality. accurately communicate clearly and accurately necessary information for the communicate necessary idea to become reality. information for the idea to become reality. Specifications are clearly identified Specifications are clearly and are followed. identified but are not always followed. Models of drawings are accurate Models are well- presented and show clearly accurate sizes but 2 or 3 key aspects are and proportion of the structure. inaccurate or missing. Specifications are missing in over half of the sections.

Specifications are not apparent. Models are not complete, are not related to initial drawings. Renderings show the outside details of the building. No additional elements have been added to make the rendering appear lifelike. Multi-media presentations are missing components and do not flow logically.

Renderings

PowerPoint Presentation or 3-D animation of work Schedules Charts and Graphs

Models are presented but are not accurate in sizes and are not proportional to the structure. Renderings show the outside Renderings show the outside Renderings show the outside details of the building exactly. details of the building. details of the building distinctly. Elements such as landscaping and Landscaping and exterior Few if any additional elements exterior finishes have been added finishes have been added but have been added. to make the rendering appear do not help the appearance lifelike. of the building. Multi-media presentations are well- Multi-media presentations areMulti-media presentations are prepared and provide information missing one or two slides that included, but do not show a on how to interpret the project. would help provide logical flow of thought in information on how to presenting the project. interpret the project. Charts and graphs are wellprepared and explain important components of drawings.

Hand-written or computer- generated documents that provide narrative to portfolio components and reflect student development

Charts and graphs are Charts and graphs are not Charts and graphs are readable but are not related readable and are not related to haphazardly prepared and to key drawings. key drawings. seem to be an after thought. Documents are written in concise Documents are written but Documents are written but do Documents are written language and clearly explain the only explain part of the not explain the strategy and unclearly and show strategy and processes used, strategy and processes used. processes used. Additional confusion and lack of describing in detail what was done Additional information is information is needed for explanations of the and why. Research supporting needed for someone to have someone to have a clear strategies or processes decisions is documented. All a clear understanding of the understanding of the portfolio used. documents support the portfolios portfolio components or components or student viability. student development. development. Project Lead The Way, Inc. Copyright 2010 PLTWTM - BE Unit 1 Lesson 1.1 Activity 1.1.1 Documentation Rubric Page 2

Portfolio Components
Journal entries

4 points

3 points

2 points

1 point

Project notebook entries

Copy of the class presentation to demonstrate the final project End of Course Exam Awards (Optional) Citations

Journal entries are well- written in Journal entries are wellJournal entries are well- written Journal entries are complete sentences and are dated. written but are missing but are missing details. confusing, incomplete, or All entries are complete. Entries details. All journal entry dates Information is not recorded in a reflect poor sentence have the information structured in have information recorded. logical order and is not enough structure. Entries are not a usable format. Information for the Information is recorded in a to create initial sketches. The dated and many details design of the project is welllogical order and is enough to creation of initial sketches necessary for creating documented and validates creation create initial sketches. cannot be validated. initial sketches are missing. of initial sketches. Project notebook entries are well- Project notebook entries are Project notebook entries are Project notebook entries written in complete sentences and well-written but are missing 1 written but are missing details are confusing, incomplete, are dated. All entries are complete or 2 details. Information is or lacking proper notation. and do not use proper with appropriate sketches, recorded in a logical order Information is not recorded in a notation. Entries are not pictures, symbols, and diagrams. and is enough to create initial logical order and is not enough dated and many details Entries have the information sketches. Pictures, symbols, to create initial sketches. necessary for using the structured in a usable format. or diagrams are used and are Pictures, symbols, or diagrams notebook effectively are Notes are provided that explain incomplete. are used but are irrelevant to missing. why a strategy or process was the project. used. Presentation of final project is Presentation of final project is Presentation of final project is Presentation of final project included and shows clearly the included and shows what the included but is presented in a is not complete and does strategies and processes used in project is about, but it is not haphazard manner. The not clearly show the the project. clear what strategies and strategies and processes used solution of the project. processes were used in the are mentioned, but not project. discussed. End of course exam is included. Awards are included. All information gathered by the student has been cited with the proper format using APA style or other acceptable form as identified by the teacher.

All information gathered is Over half of the sources that Only two or three of the cited, but one or two sources were used are not cited and the sources that were used are are not cited following proper format has not been followed. cited and the format has format. not been followed.

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