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  • 1. National History Day in Ohio Judge Orientation
  • 2.
    • Any topic in History
    • An individual (or individuals) impact on history.
    • Famous, infamous, regular, composite
    Innovation in History: Impact and Change
  • 3.
    • Greet
    • Read
    Judging Process:
  • 4.
    • Process Paper
      • 500 words on creation of the project
    • Annotated Bibliography
      • Separated into primary and secondary sources
    Judging Process: Read
  • 5.
    • Primary Sources- Written or created at the time of the event or by someone who witnessed the event.
    • Secondary Sources- Interprets or analyzes primary or other secondary sources.
    Primary and Secondary Source
  • 6.
    • Greet
    • Read
    • View
    • Question
    Judging Process:
  • 7.  
  • 8.
      • Ask Questions Like:
      • How did newspapers help you with your research?
      • How did you decide which internet sources were credible?
      • Why did you decide on this topic for your project?
  • 9.
      • Avoid Questions/Comments Like:
      • Did your parents make this project? It looks too good!
      • Why didn’t your find more sources?
      • You’re definitely moving on to state’s!
      • What school are you from?
  • 10.
    • Greet
    • Read
    • View
    • Question
    • Discuss
    Judging Process:
  • 11. Evaluation Forms:
  • 12. Evaluation Forms: Historical Quality
  • 13. Evaluation Forms: Relationship to Theme
  • 14. Evaluation Forms: Clarity of Presentation
  • 15. Evaluation Forms: Comments
  • 16.  
  • 17.
      • Helpful and Positive:
      • “ The use of pictures and flow of your project was very easy to follow. Think about diversifying the types of sources you used. The local library or historical society should have a variety of newspaper articles on December 8 th about Pearl Harbor and the United State entry into World War II in the weeks that followed. The FDR presidential library will be a helpful resources. Makes sure to bring your entry to a conclusion. What is your thesis or big idea? The images you selected really brought great visuals to this topic. Thanks for all your hard work.”
  • 18.
      • Avoid Comments Like:
      • One or two words
      • Overtly negative or unfairly critical
      • “Good Job” or “Nice Work” with no other explanation
      • “This was not a good use of your time. This entry was not an effective analysis of the United States entry into World War II. I don’t understand.”
  • 19.
    • Original
    • Up to 10 minutes
    • 5 minutes for set up
    Performances
  • 20.
    • Not a performance on tape!
    • Student-run equipment
    • Up to 10 minutes
    Documentaries
  • 21.
    • Mini museum display
    • 500 student composed words
    • Up to 6 feet tall, 40 inches wide, 30 inches in depth
    Exhibits
  • 22.
    • 1500- 2500 word essays
    • Conduct interviews
    Papers
  • 23.
    • 1200 Student Composed Words
    • Re-occurring menus and titles count once
    • Multi-media clips up to 45 seconds
    • 100mb file space
    Web Sites
  • 24. Questions?