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How to Prepare the Assessment Sheets

  1. 1. Project Presentation Assessment Your Complete Name: Assessor's Theory Presentation Grade (Average: by Peers) % Assessor's Project Presentation Grade (Average: by Peers) % Assessment Skills Rating Sheet (Average: by Lecturer) % TOTAL AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR % NEXT
  2. 2. HOW TO PREPARE THE ASSESSMENT SHEETS • • • • Save this file as G00 Yourname Presentation Assessments 00Dec13 Copy your name from the Assessment Skills Rating Sheet (G01, G05, G10). Click on the first number (blue link) in the Rating Sheet, but not on a number with your name. Paste your name in the Assessor Box on 4 slides: 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET • • G01 LIST Repeat until you have pasted you name on all the assessment sheets of your team-mates. Do not create an assessment sheet for yourself. G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  3. 3. G10 Assessment Skills Rating Sheet Assessor 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Errors Adam Mohamed Ali Gedi Abdihamid Osman Mohamed Said Abid S/O Said Tahir Yuhan Satapo Suwaibah Yama Kamalrul Syazwan bin Marakan Mohamad Helmi bin Abdul Khadir Muhamadd bin Arsad Muhamad Syazani bin Mohamad Sanee Amirul Anwar bin Rosli Liban Omar Moalim Mohamud Blank Blank Blank Blank 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVERAGE MARK G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  4. 4. G01 Assessment Skills Rating Sheet Assessor 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Errors Yusuf Saleh Lubama Demuna Zhang Jiguang Sadiq Yahya Bakhit Lin Ye Htut Aung Ameroden Datusolaiman Lao Myo Thura Lwin Pa Pa Min Patrya Paing Khine Khant Soe Lwin Zhang Zhiguang Isaac Bate Obenson Blank Blank Blank Blank 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVERAGE MARK G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  5. 5. G05 Assessment Skills Rating Sheet Assessor 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Errors Said Ismail Abdullahi Imran Ali Ahmed Osman Adem Jama Hassan Anwar Mohamed Mukthar Ahmad Hamdan Mukthar Ali Ahmad Hamud Hossen Musawar Hasan Ahmedov Lazizhon Taibu Robson Makumba Sadeq Saif Mohammed Assalami Tania Allan Edgorov Temurmalik Chimi Yangzom Akbarhon Toshkujayev Blank 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AVERAGE MARK G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  6. 6. HOW TO ASSESS A PRESENTATION • • • • • • G01 LIST When the presentation is about a theory, use the Theory Presentation Assessment Sheet. When the presentation is about a poster, use the Proposal Presentation Assessment Sheet. Mark 0 if the presentation does not fit the description in the rubric. Mark 1 if the presentation fits the description in the rubric. Short comments can be written on the column next to the mark. Longer comments can be written on the comments sheet. These comments can be used to improve the scholar’s work before it is submitted for final grading. G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  7. 7. 01 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  8. 8. 01 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  9. 9. 01 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  10. 10. 01 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  11. 11. 02 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  12. 12. 02 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  13. 13. 02 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  14. 14. 02 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  15. 15. 03 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  16. 16. 03 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  17. 17. 03 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  18. 18. 03 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  19. 19. 04 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  20. 20. 04 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  21. 21. 04 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  22. 22. 04 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  23. 23. 05 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  24. 24. 05 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  25. 25. 05 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  26. 26. 05 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  27. 27. 06 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  28. 28. 06 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  29. 29. 06 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  30. 30. 06 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  31. 31. 07 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  32. 32. 07 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  33. 33. 07 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  34. 34. 07 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  35. 35. 08 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  36. 36. 08 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  37. 37. 08 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  38. 38. 08 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  39. 39. 09 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  40. 40. 09 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  41. 41. 09 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  42. 42. 09 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  43. 43. 10 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  44. 44. 10 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  45. 45. 10 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  46. 46. 10 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  47. 47. 11 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  48. 48. 11 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  49. 49. 11 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  50. 50. 11 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  51. 51. 12 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  52. 52. 12 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  53. 53. 12 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  54. 54. 12 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  55. 55. 13 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  56. 56. 13 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  57. 57. 13 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  58. 58. 13 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Theory Title Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  59. 59. 14 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  60. 60. 14 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  61. 61. 14 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  62. 62. 14 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  63. 63. 15 1. Theory Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  64. 64. 15 2. Theory Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The theorist’s last name (no year of publication) is in the title. 0 02 Theory A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Image Source is an APA citation (not a reference or a website address), Calibri 10 points, at bottom right. 0 04 Image Image is high quality, not pixilated. 0 05 Summary Large letters, in the writer’s own words, with citation 0 06 Citation APA Style: (Author, year) before the full-stop symbol. 0 07 Summary Clear and easy to understand 0 08 Application How the theory is used in the proposal is clear. 0 09 Text Each slide has large text that uses almost all of the space. 0 10 Text Each slide has a few words that can be read in 30 seconds. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Citation Each sourced item on each slide is cited in correct APA format. 0 14 Reference All references listed on last slide; in correct APA format 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  65. 65. 15 3. Proposal Presentation - COMMENTS SHEET Assessor Presenter Presentation Title Use the language of meetings to help (point out errors) and encourage (point out what you liked) your team mates. 01 Positive 02 Negative 03 Positive 04 Negative 05 Positive 06 Negative G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  66. 66. 15 4. Proposal Presentation - ASSESSMENT SHEET Assessor Date: Presenter Presentation Title 01 Title The problem and the problem location is stated in the title. 0 02 Title A part of the theory, not the whole theory, is in the title. 0 03 Design All boxes and headings aligned; all sections complete 0 04 Image Images are clear. Copied images are with APA citations. 0 05 Summary A short story in the writer’s own words clarifies the topic. 0 06 Theory Theory is used to explain or solve a problem in the proposal. 0 07 Spelling No spelling errors can be seen. 0 08 Grammar No grammar errors can be seen. 0 09 Formatting No formatting errors can be seen. 0 10 Vocabulary No vocabulary errors can be seen. 0 11 Speech Clear, syllabicated, can be heard to the back of the room 0 12 Action Eyes mostly on audience; hands and feet not distracting 0 13 Presentation Professional, smooth, clearly well prepared and practiced 0 14 Enthusiasm Presenter is enthusiastic and positive in speech and action. 0 AVERAGE G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT
  67. 67. How the Assessor is Assessed Assessor's Peer Assessment Grade (by Lecturer) % • For instance, a presentation has spelling errors. • However, an assessor gives a PASS grade for “No spelling errors can be seen..” • That is equal to one assessment error. • Each assessment error is minus 5 points against the assessor. • For instance, an assessor with minus 45 points will get a grade of (100-45 = 55%). • Each assessor will complete one assessment for each team member. • The total scores will be averaged. G01 LIST G05 LIST G10 LIST HOW TO PREPARE HOW TO ASSESS GRADING THE ASSESSOR NEXT

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