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Name:___________________________________  q PS 310 Fall 2007 Group Evaluation Form Instructions: On this form, list all the members of your group, and then score their contribution to  the final project. All the scores should sum to 100. For example, if you have five people in your  group, and everyone contributed equally, then everyone would receive a 20. If one person took a  leadership role, you might indicate this by giving more points, then dividing the other points  evenly among the rest. Or if one or two members of the group were not active participants, you  may also reflect this by assigning fewer points.  Remember, consider their contributions to both the written and oral presentations, keeping in  mind that one person may have contributed more to one part than another. This evaluation will be  part,  but not the sole determinant,
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Unformatted text preview: of your group project grade. If there are any unusually high or low scores, please explain. Don’t forget to rate yourself, and be honest about your own contribution—in other words, don’t overstate or downplay your participation. If you have any questions about this process, please e-mail me at [email protected] Add any additional comments to the back of this sheet or attach an additional sheet. Request: Please list by last name in alphabetical order. Thank you. Names Score _____________________________________________________________ ___ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ 100%...
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