Assessment Scoring Guide (P4) for: PowerPoint (The Power of Music or The Power of Games or The Power of Stories) Standard/Benchmark(s) Assessed: 1. a, b, e Knows the characteristics and uses of computer hardware and operating systems 2. b, c, d, e Knows the characteristics and uses of computer software programs 3. f, g Understands the relationship among science, technology, society, and the individual 4. a, b, c Understands the nature of technological design Criteria/Traits Advanced Proficient Basic Limited Song Inserted Sound is inserted to run automatically Sound is inserted to run Sound is inserted to run Sound file itself is not inserted Timing/Automation (Music throughout the show. Sound file is a automatically throughout the automatically throughout the into PowerPoint. high quality wave sound (by show. Medium/low quality show; sound is from inserted Timing is not automated; PowerPoint) converting an mp3 file converted to a wave sound (example: CD track. slides have to be run manually wav file using WinAmp, for recorded on microphone) or Timing is incomplete; some by clicking. example). mp3 file used. evidence of timing. Text (and/or images) are timed with Text (and/or images) are the music, from item to item on a only++++++ timed on the slide and from slide to slide. slides or only timed with the items on an individual slide. Hyperlinks/Action Settings Overall game board and individual Overall game board linked to Links were made but don‟t Items in game aren‟t linked (Game Show PowerPoint) questions are linked together (either individual questions but not work. together. through hyper links or action back to “home” game board buttons/action settings) in both (or vice versa); some links directions. don‟t work. Use of Effects and Effects and transistions are used Only effects or only Random effects/transitions Effects/transitions not used. Transitions purposefully and add to the transitions used; or limited used; use of transitions/effects presentation. use of transitions/effects isn‟t purposeful. when they could have enhanced the presentation. Use of Images and Text Pictures not distorted; text is Some pictures are distorted; Some pictures are distorted; Pictures are distorted; text is readable; images/text are attractively some text is hard to; some text is hard to read; hard to read; pictures aren‟t and appropriately presented. Pictures pictures are from only one pictures are from only one authentic; pictures are from are authentic and come from books type of source. type of source. only one source; pictures are and web. nondescript. Strength of Theme Theme is strong, meaningful and Theme educates the audience Theme isn‟t unified and Theme isn‟t discernable from educates the audience on a topic; on some level; use of images breaks down in areas; images PowerPoint presentation; theme is clear and consistent through in PowerPoint not always and direction of PowerPoint theme unacceptable and not presentation; theme has "real" clear to audience; theme is are unclear; theme not approved. pictures rather than a heavy reliance present but is too general or discussed with or approved on clip art and other non-descript bland (lacks depth or is not images; theme discussed with and fully developed). by instructor prior to creating approved by instructor prior to PowerPoint. creating PowerPoint. General Knowledge of High level of skills used in creating Good, proficient level of Moderate level of skill; Low level of skill in PowerPoint/Evidence of and presenting PowerPoint is high skill but limits of limited use of tools in the PowerPoint; tools in the (customizing work); each item/effect PowerPoint aren‟t tested; program; inaccurately program aren‟t used; unable to Translating Skills from is purposeful with intent of user in other Programs into completes skills (but lacks completes some skills; lacks do skills being assessed; lacks mind, rather than program PowerPoint thoroughness); good detail thoroughness; work is completion; shows little or no restrictions; completes skills fully, thoroughly, and accurately; goes (although not at a highest incomplete in parts; gives attention to detail; includes beyond minimal requirements to level); shows a general minimal attention to detail; copied work. develop skills; gives attention to understanding of the skill shows incomplete (but some) detail; can perform the skill with and can repeat it. understanding of the skill and fluency and understands the skill to how to perform it but may be the level of explaining how to do the unable to repeat the skill skill to another; made connections to unless prompted. previous knowledge. References A complete bibliography of where Bibliography on slide(s) Bibliographic information on No bibliography is given in information/images were obtained is contains partial citation slide(s) is incomplete and/or the slide show. provided on „hidden‟ slides in the information and/or slide(s) aren‟t hidden. PowerPoint (these slides are hidden slide(s) aren‟t hidden. so they don‟t play in the PowerPoint show itself but contain all the necessary citation info). Organization (for CD All of your PowerPoint information Part of the information for Several parts of the information Only the PowerPoint file is Portfolio) (slide show, images, music, lyrics) is the PowerPoint is missing for the PowerPoint is missing saved; information isn‟t in a saved in a PowerPoint folder in your (perhaps the images, lyrics (perhaps the images, lyrics doc, PowerPoint folder. computer class folder and then doc, or audio file). or audio file).; information isn‟t recorded to your Portfolio CD. contained in PowerPoint folder. Balance/Creativity Displays high level of creativity; Displays good creativity Shows minimum amount of Lacks creativity; shows little Attention given to overall personalizes work; design is with original ideas; page creativity; lacks originality or or no evidence of original look of page to achieve appealing; demonstrates careful is balanced (shows is based on another person‟s thought; lacks balance. balance planning and gives attention to evidence of planning and idea; uses only a portion of Creativity and overall look of page for achieving awareness of filling the the page. balance and using space space adequately). personalization in work effectively. Participation: Excellent participation skills; Good participation skills; Minimal participation skills; Lacking participation skills; active participation in class exhibits the majority of the skills exhibits skills at various exhibits skills on occasion rarely exhibits skills. activities most of the time. times. (when prompted). preparation for class effort initiative, self motivation independence in work cooperativeness, helpfulness general competence Optional (Bonus!): Timesheet accurately Timesheet reflects time Time sheet is fabricated or Timesheet reflects time spent doing spent doing PowerPoint but grossly incomplete. PowerPoint (i.e., completed lacks formulas for each class period). calculating totals. Timesheet contains formulas for totally up minutes then converting this to hours.