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Market Research Findings Group Exam Ms. Anderson Spring 2011
7-8 Slide PowerPoint 1.Research Question/Objectives 2.Survey Questions 3.2-3 research conclusion from data, 1-2 graphical representation of findings. 4.Propaganda Poster 5.Detail: who is your intended audience, what is being sold, propaganda techniques used (explain how/why you know that it is this technique), rhetorical device used (explain how/why you know that it is this device), coloring choice (explain why you choice this color) 6.Findings from propaganda reactions (did your audience understand what you were selling, what was their initial reaction, what did you learn about your poster, etc.) 7.Reflection: What have you learned? Where are you going to now go with the research for your research paper? What do you still wonder about (regarding your research topic)?
Presentations Feel free to add color and pictures to your presentation (this shouldn’t detract). You will present on Tuesday 3/4 or Wednesday 3/5. I expect that each group member be dressed professionally. Your presentation will be stopped after 5 minutes, so make sure to highlight information from each section and move on. Slides should highlight topics, but shouldn't be overloaded with words.
CategoryExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsFails to address Expectations ContentPresentation addresses all topics, includes 2 graphs and 3 research conclusions. Presentation addresses all topics, includes 1 graphs and 2 research conclusions. Presentation is missing one or more topics, or graphs or includes less than 2 research conclusions. Rhetorical devices/ Propaganda techniques RD/PT are found in the propaganda poster and the reasoning for their use is clearly explained. RD/PT are found in the propaganda poster and the reasoning for their use is explained. RD/PT are not found in the poster or the reasoning for their use is not explained. Research Conclusions Conclusions are easy to understand and are clearly supported by survey data. Conclusions are easy to understand and are supported by survey data. Conclusions may unclear, incomplete or lack survey data. ReflectionsReflections are well developed and connect to the research, topic and future research paper. Reflections are developed and connect to the research, topic and future research paper. Reflection appear shallow or lack connection to research, topic, and future research paper. Professionalism X All members are dressed in a professional manner Not all members are dressed in a professional manner
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