Short List (DRAFT) of evaluative criteria

One person from each group post your criteria, organized by headings (if you used them) as a Comment response to this post.

4 thoughts on “Short List (DRAFT) of evaluative criteria

  1. group 2

    1.) Purpose: Dictates the form and content of the project
    2.) Form: Catered to the audience; designed for clarity and ease; engaging to the audience
    3.) Content: Well researched; credible; logical; good quality
    4.) Goal/Creative Realization: Does the audience gain an understanding of the intended purpose?

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  2. Group 1

    How it is purposeful in relation to argument, purpose, and design
    -A text that connects with you as a group/audience
    -Creative realization
    -Reader-friendly (instructs reader on how to read; is appropriate to the audience)
    Keeps audience’s attention

    Why does it follow the purpose/conceptual core
    -Does the form (media, modes, genres) fit the content (and vice versa)?
    -Clarity in technical aspects

    What supports the content
    -Clarity of argument, if there is one (clear language and navigation that may be able to reach multiple audiences)
    -Backup your argument (properly researched/evidence)
    -Organization of ideas should be clear to readers and relevant to the purpose

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  3. Katie E.

    Group #3: Shayla, Katie H., Katie E.
    Purpose
    • How
    • What
    • Why
    Content
    • Creative Realization
    • Does the form fit the content?
    • Quality of Media
    Audience
    • A text that connect with you as a group/audience
    • Reader-friendly
    • Usability is appropriate to the audience
    Organization
    • Organization of ideas should be clear to reader and relevant to the purpose
    • Clarity of argument, if there is one, and backing up your argument

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  4. Mike Mara, Shane Latham, Billy Jordt

    Purpose/goal
    • (What) content: embodiment of the conceptual core/purpose.
    • Organization of ideas should be clear to readers and relevant to the purpose
    Audience
    • A text that connects with you as a group/audience
    • Usability is appropriate to the audience
    • Clarity of argument, if there is one (clear language and navigation that may be able to reach multiple audiences

    Content
    • Does the form (media, modes, genres) fit the content (and vice versa)?
    • (How) choices need to be purposeful in relation to argument, purpose, and design.
    • Creative realization
    • Back up your argument (properly researched/evidence)

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