SENIOR PROJECT SELF-EVALUATION

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					                               PORTFOLIO COMPONENT
Your portfolio is a compilation of all the work you have put into the Graduation Project this
semester. It will allow your English teacher and your presentation judges to see the progress you
made from beginning to end. It will be graded by your teacher then viewed by your panel of
community judges so that they may better get to know you and understand your project. Not only
will you want your portfolio to be complete, but you will want it to look professional and
polished. Pay attention to detail!

      BIG TIP: REVIEW YOUR PORTFOLIO RUBRIC PRIOR TO COMPILING IT!

Materials needed for completion:
        Three-ring 1 ½ to 2 inch binder with clear plastic cover
        Clear plastic page protectors
        Other appropriate materials for creative, neat appearance

The portfolio must include the following (in this order):
        Cover (be creative!)
                  Include: title of project, your name, your English teacher’s name, and graphics
        Title Page
                  Include: title of project, your name, your English class, your English
                   teacher’s name, date portfolio is due
        Table of Contents (yes, you must number your pages)
                  Note: table of contents must be done LAST. You will not be able to
                        number the pages until after the portfolio is finished
        Introduction Divider
        Resume
        Letter of Proposal(s)…include each letter submitted to the Advisory Board
        Proposal Evaluation(s)…include each evaluation for each letter submitted to the Advisory Board
        Mentor Log…be sure all logs/signatures are visible
        Mentor Evaluation
        Research Paper Divider
        Rough Draft Outline
        Rough Draft(s) with Works Cited…with teacher’s/student’s edit marks
        Rough Draft Rubric(s)
        Final Draft Research Paper Title Page
        Final Draft Research Paper Outline
        Final Draft Research Paper with Works Cited
        Practical Experience Divider
        Practical Experience Log
        Evidence of Progress during Practical Experience (photos with captions, etc. as many as possible)
        Self-evaluation Divider
        Self-evaluation (neatly hand-written or typed—include questions)

Tips for a successful portfolio:
        Be organized…follow the above order
        Appearance does matter…make it look pretty/professional
        Use only the front sides of the pages
        List contents of sections on divider pages
        Use colored construction paper for backgrounds
        Create a back cover
        Use stickers for page numbers
        Neatness is essential; pay attention to details
        Use photos of you throughout the portfolio, not just for practical experience evidence