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ChAD Group Projects T-Th - ChAD 195 Group Oral...

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ChAD 195: Group Oral Presentation/Paper Rubric ( Each member of the group should hand in a blank group and individual rubric ) Presentation Topic: _________________________________________ Name: _________________________________________ Group Grade Criteria: (28 points) 1. ___ Group paper provides an overview of topic (4 points): a. why it is important b. issues covered by individuals in the group 2. ___ Identified important points from each individual literature review (6 points) a. one sentence description of study goals or hypotheses b. one to two sentence description of subjects (ages, gender ethnicity, SES, any special characteristics such as mental retardation) c. no more than five sentences describing the major results 3. ___ Group provides a conclusion, sum-up of the presentation (5 points) a. discusses how the presentations fit together (common themes) b. highlights potential areas where information is contradictory and presents ideas about reconciliation 4. ___ The paper is grammatically correct, clear, and concise with correct APA in-text citations and full references at the end (4 points) 5. ___ Presentation clearly focused, succinct, and well-organized (2 points) 6. ___ The group provides a handout for each member of the class that contains the following information (5 points): a. the topic (theme) and why it is important (one to two sentences) b. the major results from each individual presentation (no more than three sentences for each person) c. take home message; what is the common theme or major points it is important to know about the topic (looking at the presentations collectively) - aim for a paragraph (5 to 6 sentences). 7. ___ The handout is clear, concise, uses correct grammar, syntax, and punctuation and provides correct full APA format references at the end (2 points).
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Individual Grade Criteria: (12 points) 1. ___ A correct APA format full reference for the article presented {2 point} 2. ___ A description of {6 points}: a. how your article fits into the overall topic/theme (i.e., connect it to the other presentations in your group but also show its unique contribution) - one paragraph. b. a one paragraph discussion of how you think the information you reported, in the context of the group topic, can be used to help promote competent child development (e. g., interventions, prevention programs, school curriculum, parenting practices, TV/Movie/Video-game content, books/literature content). 3. ___ Writing: is clear, concise, uses correct grammar, syntax, punctuation is typo free, and uses correct APA citations {4 points}. Total Points: ___/40
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Science, Children, and Development (All articles are available as PDFs through the King Library) Marcella C; Nicole J; Amanda P; Alyssa A; Dexter W. Baram-Tsbari, A., Sethi, R., & Bry, L. (2006). Using questions sent to an Ask-A-Scientist site to identify children’s interests in science. Science Education, 90 (6), 1050-1072.
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