Health Fair Project Group Proposal

Health Fair Project Group Proposal

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  • Health Fair Project Group Proposal Feedback

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  • Presentation Rubric

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    Competent

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    Teamwork

    (25 Points)

    The team worked well

    together to achieve

    objectives. Each member

    contributed in a valuable

    way to the project. Teams members each had a role, spoke clearly and maintained eye contact.

    The team worked well together

    most of the time, with only a few

    occurrences of communication

    breakdown or failure to

    collaborate when appropriate.  Not all team members had a clear role. 

    Team did not collaborate

    or communicate well.

    Some members would

    work independently,

    without regard to

    objectives or priorities.

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    Contribution *

    (25 Points)

    All requirements addressed.

    The presentation offered new

    information or approach to

    the topic under discussion.

    Likewise, the application is

    based on stated criteria,

    analysis and constraints. 

    All requirements

    are not completed.

    The presentation offered some

    new information or approach to

    the topic under discussion. The

    application is reasonable;

    further analysis of some of the

    alternatives or constraints may

    have led to a different

    approach.

    Many requirements and

    objectives are not

    completed.

    The presentation did not respond to the guidelines for the assignment.

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    Subject

    Knowledge**

    (25 Points)

    The presentation

    demonstrated knowledge

    of the topic chosen,

    integrating major and

    minor concepts into the

    response. The deliverable

    also demonstrated

    evidence of extensive

    research effort and a depth

    of thinking about the topic.

    The deliverable demonstrated

    knowledge of the course

    content by integrating major

    concepts into the response. The

    deliverable also demonstrated

    evidence of limited research

    effort and/or initial of thinking

    about the topic.

    The deliverable did not

    demonstrate knowledge of

    the course content,

    evidence of the research

    effort or depth of thinking

    about the topic.

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    Supporting

    Material and Evidence ***

    (20 Points)

    Information shared was relevant to the topic and to the population and was from valid sources.

    Theory and rationale for approach were articulated and reasonable.

    Sufficient information was

    obtained and most sources

    were valid. Theory was articulated and application to proposed approach was reasonable. 

    Insufficient information

    was obtained and/or

    sources cited lack validity. The application of a specific theory to the rationale for the proposed approach was not articulated.

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    Composition

    (5 Points)

    The visual presentation was well organized and presented on UMass Boston PPT template.

    Vocabulary was appropriate and college level.

    Diagrams or analyses

    enhanced and clarified

    presentation of ideas.

    The visual presentation was well organized for the most part.  At times the logic

    and/or flow of ideas were

    difficult to follow. Words were

    well chosen with some minor

    expectations. Diagrams were

    consistent with the text.

    The visual presentation lacked overall organization.

    Considerable effort was required to

    understand the underlying

    logic and flow of ideas.

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    *Learning objectives are identified

    **Health issue and rationale for choice were clearly presented as well as target population and rationale
    ** *Theory of health behavior change was identified and rationale explained, application of theory was reasonable

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