3 edition of Judging plans and projects found in the catalog.
Judging plans and projects
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-196) and index.
|Series||Avebury studies in green research|
|LC Classifications||HD87.5 .P37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||93135220|
Swine 2 Project Guidelines. Do a minimum of seven activities in Level 2 of the Swine Achievement Program each year. Complete Level 2 within three years from the time you begin. Practice and develop the life skills of making decisions, leading self and others, relating to change and planning and organizing. Students will explore the idea of judging appearance (judging a book by its cover) and how accurate they may, or may not be. Includes options for both a narrative essay and multimedia project with prewriting materials and rubrics for both.
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Judging 4-H Projects Participation in a "project" allows youth to have necessary developmental experiences. Children in grades K also need to develop a sense of identity. They are not only faced with the task of discovering who they are but also with discovering who . Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. Voltaire “Judging a book by its cover” has the negative connotation of shallow perceptions and narrow-mindedness; however, in a recent Design Principles unit, 7th and 8th grade students examined cover art of young adult books to critically evaluate design principles and to brainstorm ideas as they created snowflake-themed posters.
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[James Parkin]. Judging Criteria General criteria – all categories • Appeal: Does the book have magic, charm, impact (appeal for its intended readership). • Use of Language (and illustration where appropriate): Does it have freshness, imagination, style. Is the language (illustration) appropriate.
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