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Vision Board 
Create a digital "vision board" that represents the dream you have for your life. The vision board will be created using Google Sites. You will present the vision board to the class.
Rubric Code: U242C4B
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Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Effort
25 pts

Digital Elements: Icons, photo images, URL (hyperlinks), different fonts, different borders, embed music and/or a video.

Great

Great effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, attention to detail and the number of images and overall look and feel of the presentation. All digital elements are included.
Good

Noticeable effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, number of images and overall look and feel of the presentation. Half of the required elements is included.
Fair

Some effort is observable by the neatness, creativity, number of images and overall look and feel of the presentation. One third of elements is included.
Poor

Little effort is observed by the neatness, creativity, number of images and overall look and feel of the presentation. Less than one third of the required elements is included.
Content
25 pts

How do you want to feel?
Who do you want to have close relationships with?
What work do you see yourself doing in the future?
What skills will you need to do your work?
Where do you see yourself living in the future?
What do you or will you want to do in your spare time?
Where would you like to travel?
How much money do you want to have?
Do you envision yourself having a family of your own?
1. favorite quote
2. symbol
3. written e

Great

Student answered all of the required items. Student did not repeat images or ideas. A minimum of 15 images is present. A written explanation for each question, your favorite quote, and a symbol that best represents you are included. Your images and/or effects address all the questions included in the content description.
Good

Student included most of the required items. Student repeated 2 images or ideas. Only half of the questions were included.
Fair

Student included some of the required items. Student repeated 3 or more images or ideas. One third of the elements is included.
Poor

Student includes a few of the required items.
Oral Presentation
25 pts

Focus on: eye contact, clear enunciation, volume of voice, speed of voice, facing audience, and mannerisms.

Great

The presentation demonstrates that it is evident that you have a clear vision and understanding of what it takes to achieve your dreams. You were relaxed and spoke "To" the audience, not "AT" the audience.
Good

The presentation demonstrates an adequate vision and understanding of what it takes to achieve your dreams. You began the presentation by using oral presentation
Fair

The presentation somewhat demonstrates that it is evident that you have a clear vision and understanding of what it takes to achieve your dreams.
Poor

The presentation does not demonstrate that you have a clear vision and understanding of what it takes to achieve your dreams.
Use of Class time
15 pts

Great

Used time well during each class period. Focused on getting the product done. Never distracted others.
Good

Used time well during each class period. Usually focused on getting the project done and never distracted others. Spent time speaking with peers and required teacher reminders to stay on task.
Fair

Used some of the class time well during each class period. There was some focus on getting the project done but occasionally distracted others. Required teacher reminders to stay on task.
Poor

Did not use class time to focus on project OR distracted others. Reminders were given. Used the computer to play games, look up information not connected to task, etc.



Keywords:
  • Personal Narrative







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