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Business Education                         Book Evaluation FormName__________________________________________ School______...
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  1. 1. Business Education Book Evaluation FormName__________________________________________ School_________________________Subject________________________________________ Date ___________________________Text _________________________________________________________________________Author________________________________________________________________________Publisher______________________________________________________________________For what form/grade level is this book suitable ________________________________________Tick [] the appropriate column (based on observation) Excellent 5 Good 4 Average 3 Weak 2 Unsatisfactory 1 Performance Level Observation Category 5 4 3 2 1 1 Does the content adequately cover requirements? 2 Are topics/concepts presented in sufficient detail? 3 Does the sequencing of topics in the text match that of the syllabus? 4 Do exercises and activities help to reinforce skills and attitudes taught? 5 Do exercises and activities help to extend and evaluate knowledge? 6 Are there sufficient practices exercises, activities and projects? 7 Are there sufficient assessment and evaluation assignments? 8 The questions make connections between the learned content, allow the reader to reflect on main ideas and extend critical thinking about past and future events. 9 Questions are multi-leveled, i.e, there are questions that the reader can answer by looking in a specific place in the text, some that require the reader to look in several places to find the answer, and others that require the reader to look for clues in what they have read and combine these with their prior knowledge. 10 Writing is descriptive and thought-provoking and fosters visualization, sparking the reader’s imagination.Prepared by Jacqueline Richardson Education Officer-Business
  2. 2. 11 Vocabulary consists of works that are both familiar and challenging, and words the reader may not know are clearly defined. 12 Headings and subheadings support the content and preview what is coming so that the reader gets a clear idea about the section. 13 Captions and labels are accurate and informative, and supplement the text or main ideas in that part of the book. 14 The point size of the type, length of the line of type, and space between each line all work together, producing a page that is only visually appealing but also readable and accessible. 15 The text is complemented/supported by graphic elements that do no crowd the page or overwhelm the student with too much textual or visual information. 16 Graphics are located with the text that they refer to and consistently identified with call outs, such as figure 1, figure 2 etc. 17 Maps and charts include keys or legends that explain what the symbols mean 18 Glossary included-unfamiliar or specialized terms are well defined. 19 Index is thorough and easy to use, and consists of entries that are detailed and cross-referenced. 20 Bibliography-list of books and other reference works used by author(s) is comprehensive. Column Total Grand TotalMaximum Grade 100Prepared by Jacqueline Richardson Education Officer-Business
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