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BASIC INFO Name Establishment Year Location Mascot (extra info here) Mission/Beliefs Application Deadlines? What is the difference between early action and priority when applying? DEGREES INFO Types of degrees Major/Minors Options Academic Policy Honor Code Will my courses transfer to a Texas university? (www.tccns.org)transfer DEMOGRAPHICS/SAT & ACT General Population Ethnicity Breakdown Men/Women SAT/ACT Scores Needed FINANCIAL INFO Tuition/fees Room/Board Financial Help/Aid EXTRA CURRICULARS Types Division Clubs/Organizations Click me
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Exceptional 4 points Very Good 3 points Acceptable 2 points Needs Improvement 1 point TOTAL SCORE Organization /Transitions (of product and presentation) Extremely Well organized. Logical exemplar Transitions were easy for the audience to follow and stay engaged. Smooth. Cleverly conveyed Information. Presented in a thoughtful manner. There were evident signs of planning and organization. Some organization. Ideas may not have been presented coherently due to project’s organization; this affected audience engagement. Choppy and confusing organization; Transitions were abrupt and difficult to follow and distracting to the audience Content Accuracy & Research Completely Accurate; all facts were precise and explicit. In addition the content was clearly communicated, leaving audience with few or no questions. Student went Above and Beyond to research information; sought out material in addition to what was asked for; brought in personal ideas and information to enhance project; used a variety of resources other than what was expected Mostly Accurate; very few incosistencies or errors in information. Good job researching; brought in some other outside resources Somewhat Accurate; more than a few incosistencies and errors. Audience may have felt somewhat frustrated., Student did not consult any additional resources Completely Inaccurate; the facts in this project were misleading and confusing. Student did not use resources effectively. Student did little or minimal fact gathering. Presentatio n & Delivery Eye Contact Discussion Overall Presence Eye Contact and Communication, Discussion were exemplar. Student came across as a true professional in communication. Student exuded confidence when speaking and this was clearly evident by interactions with audience and dynamic presence on stage. Eye Contact and Communication, Discussion were very good. Student came across effectively. Student was confident. Presentation seemed somewhat forced and not always smooth. Student was too dependent and reliant on cards, outline and speech plan, which hurt overall credibility and speaker confidence. Presentation seemed rushed and lack- luster. There was little to no eye contact. There was little to no elaboration in discussion. Creativity (of product and presentation) Extremely Ingenious and Clever presentation with originality spewing; a unique approach that truly enhanced the project Was clever at times; thoughtfully presented. Added a few original touches to enhance the project Little creative energy used during this project; was bland predictable and lacked commitment. Grammar, Usage Conventions (spoken and in written form) Exemplar Sentence Structures, Diction, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and usage. Minor grammatical errors did not affect overall product Several grammatical errors may have affected some of the project’s clarity Several grammatical errors were distracting and prevented overall focus on project. X 5 =
Smith, Susan Lynn. The Art of Disney Animation. Susan Lynn Peterson, 2005. Web. 24 Jan. 2011. http://www.susanlynnsdisneydiscussion.com.http://www.susanlynnsdisneydiscussion.com Smith, Susan Lynn. TheBlueMonsterJPEG. The Art of Disney Animation. Susan Lynn Peterson, 2005. Web. 24 Jan. 2011. http://www.susanlynnsdisneydiscussion.comhttp://www.susanlynnsdisneydiscussion.com. For Online Sources: For Online Images:
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