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  • 1. The Design Cycle by Scott Chua H1C-9Click on the steps to view their description. community.prometheanplanet.com/cfs-filesystemfile.ashx/__key/CommunityServer-Components-PostAttachments/00-00-04-40-43/The-Design-Cycle.gif www.voombakitchen.com/resources/return.jpg?timestamp=1337897036210
  • 2. Investigate DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP! Identify the GOAL. What is the task? Read the GRASPS outline. Know what your GOAL and PRODUCT are. Start research about the assessment topic. Know exactly what you have to accomplish.This saves time while you work on the assessment. Continue www.inspireyourdreams.com/content_images/1/goal.jpg
  • 3. case study: social science assessmentI identified the GOAL:then the PRODUCT: I noted the required elements of the project. Remember to read Continuethe whole GRASPS!
  • 4. case study: social science assessment In line with the goal, I researched and tried various website platforms, finally choosing Weebly.com based on ease of use and features. Continue
  • 5. case study: social science assessment Then, I started research onpotential past and modern day heroes for two parts of the project. Back to Main
  • 6. DESIGN Create a work FLOW. How can I do the task productively? Break down the task into smaller, less scary tasks. Individual Project Group Project Order the tasks by Assign group members toimportance. Value content handle different tasks. over design. png-1.findicons.com/files/icons/977/rrze/720/workflow.png Continue
  • 7. case study: social science assessment I started laying out the website, keeping the theme and message in mind. Continue
  • 8. I made a flowchart of Purple for requirements distribution of work. Blue for added content Back to Main
  • 9. PLANPlan the LOGISTICS of the assessment.Make a script, find materials, create anexperiment, etc.Most importantly, make a SCHEDULE and setdeadlines. This will make you work moreefficiently.After each task is done, take a small break asincentive. Continue jimijones.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Productivity-The-Importance-of-Setting-Deadlines.png
  • 10. case study: social science assessmentI created a Google Doc and a schedule. October 9 Place your work in the doc October 10 Find pictures, videos, etc October 11 Peer editing October 12 Finalizing content in doc October 13 Putting website together Google Docs are really useful. Multiple editors October 14 Final layout, send link to teacher October 15 DEADLINE. Start asking for comments can work October 16 Comment updates simultaneously from October 17 Comment updates different computers. Back to Main
  • 11. CREATE Don’t put off actually getting to work!DO the project.Read the Audience, Situation and the Role to getin the mood.Follow your schedule, stick to the deadlines, doyour task.This should not take as long if you completed thefirst 3 steps. Continue
  • 12. CLICK TO VISIT OUR SITE!kababayangmakabayan.weeb ly.com Back to Main
  • 13. EVALUATELook at the RESULTS.Was the main goal achieved by the final product?Read Standards and rubrics. Is your product upto par?Ask someone to give his honest opinion and tosuggest changes.What went well? What could have been donebetter? be afraid to revise and edit! Don’t 1102spring10.pbworks.com/f/1270607272/5Evaluate_001.jpg Continue
  • 14. case study: social science assessment We read through the rubrics again: Content Relevance Presentation Impact Background Color Choices made some changes We to font and added some Continue Fonts pictures.
  • 15. case study: social science assessment We asked parents and friends to manoever through the site. We read the viewers’ comments and acted on them. 2.bp.blogspot.com/-Ncs6ayK44dQ/TWVikSr1kvI/AAAAAAAABxo/Bx6-JIDiUe8/s1600/BLOGComments.jpg Continue
  • 16. case study: social science assessment Final Grade: Evaluation never ends! You can comment on our website when you visit!There is a comment box at the bottom of each page. pusparaniology.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/grade-a.jpg Back to Main