KH 3000 Final exam instructions
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KH 3000 Final Group Project Instructions (150 points) The final project is worth 150 points. The project is divided into 5 parts: Part 1: Website (100 points) Part 2: Presentation (20 points) Part 3: Peer Evaluations (10 points) Part 4: Personal Reflection (10 points) Part 5: Short Answer Questions (10 points) TOTAL: 150 points Part 1: Website (100 points) With your assigned group members, you will be responsible for creating an informative website on one of the following personal health and wellness topics: 1. Cardiovascular Health 2. Exercise for Health and Fitness 3. Nutrition 4. Weight Management 5. Psychoactive Drug 6. Immunity and Infection 7. Cancer 8. Environmental Health 9. Sexually Transmitted Infection 10.Personal Safety 11.Stress 12.Tobacco 13.Alcohol You will draw for your topic in class on Monday, August 24th. Website Instructions: To create your website, follow the steps outlined below: Visit sites.google.com OR weebly.com and set up an account. Both are free of charge and only 1 person in your group needs to sign up for the service. Google sites tutorial: http://home2.fvcc.edu/~drausche/tutorials/google.pdf Weebly tutorial: http://www.memphis.edu/lead/hiad/online/pdf/weebly- guide.pdf Build your website. It must include the following elements: Homepage with general information and mission statement about your topic. o Some questions to consider are: What will your website demonstrate about this topic? How is your topic related to the different aspects of health and wellness? What are the major elements of this topic? What are issues concerning this topic today (think current trends, what’s in the news, etc.)? What is being done to prevent negative effects of these issues? Etc. At least two discussion board posts and/or blog posts with commentary related to topic. o It would be great if someone in your group started a discussion thread and everyone in the group contributed responses to that thread. Remember, if your group decides to go this route you will need to have 2 main discussion threads and the responses to both. If your group decides to go with the blog posts, the posts must be well thought-out, relevant to the topic at hand, and contribute a unique idea or perspective on the topic. Each blog post must also have commentary/responses. At least 5 embedded videos or video links related to the topic. A description of each video must be included with the link. They could be mini-documentaries, tutorials, etc. o These videos must be informative and relate to the topic at hand, no fluff! At least two links to facebook/instagram/twitter pages related to your topic. o These pages could be self-created by someone in your group or could already be established by a legitimate organization or awareness group (i.e. the CDC, MADD, Susan G. Komen, WHO, etc.). A page or tab of external resources (at least 5) of professional organizations or awareness groups related to your topic. o This is the place where people should go if they want to learn more information about your topic or learn more about how they can get involved with groups/organizations related to your topic. Reference page. o ANY information you got from outside resources (textbook, websites, organizations, etc.) must be cited here. You will also be graded on the attractiveness/design/layout of your website. o Be creative! Try new layouts, insert pictures and graphics, use color combinations and fonts that are attractive and easy to read. Your external links to other websites/videos/photos/etc. must be working – points will be taken off for an incorrect link. Last, you will turn in a Group Roles sheet so that I know who was responsible for which parts of the website. Be prepared to present your website to the class on assigned date. Presentation dates are November 9, 11, 16, 30 (Groups will sign-up for presentation slots). Upload the link to your website to its appropriate dropbox folder on D2L before your group presents. Only 1 member of the group needs to upload the website link to D2L. Your completed website will be graded according to the attached rubric. Part 2: Presentation (20 points) As a group, you will be responsible for presenting your website to the class on either November 9, 11, 16, or 30. Your presentation will be graded according to the attached rubric. Part 3: Peer Evaluation (10 points) Complete the attached peer evaluation form regarding the performance of your group members. Each group member will complete a peer evaluation for everyone in their group. These evaluations should be submitted in their own dropbox folder on D2L by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, November 18th 2015. Part 4: Personal Reflection (10 points) Complete a personal essay about your role in the project and share what you learned about your topic through this project. Writing guidelines and grading rubric are attached. Each group member will complete their own personal reflection. Reflections should be submitted to their own dropbox folder on D2L by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Part 5: Presentation Short Answer Questions (10 points) On D2L, complete short answer questions about the in-class website presentations. This is an individual assignment. This assignment will be timed (90 minutes) once opened. These short answer questions are due by 11:59pm on Wednesday, December 2, 2015. Website Grading Rubric Your website must include all of the following elements to receive the full point value. Website Element Point Value Homepage with mission statement and general information about topic. 45 (At least) 2 discussion board posts with thread comments or blog posts 10 with comments. (At least) 5 embedded videos, or video links, related to the topic along10 with a description of each. Links to at least 2 Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages related to 10 topic. Overall design/attractiveness/layout of website. 10 Page/tab with links of at least 5 external resources. 3 Reference page. 5 All external links/videos work. 2 Completion of Group Roles worksheet. 5 Total Point Value 100 Grade: /100 Comments: Group Roles Directions: Delegate group roles to one another using the table below (ex: Suzy will work on the blog posts and videos). This table will be submitted by ONE GROUP MEMBER in its own Dropbox on D2L. Due Date: Presentation day Group Member Duty 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Group Peer Evaluation (10 points) Website Topic: _________________________________ Group Project Likert Scale: A Likert scale is used to evaluate a product or demonstration by selecting a number from highest to lowest (e.g., 1-5) for each specified trait. The numbers are arranged horizontally and are added up to arrive at an overall score. Directions: For each of the following criteria, place the most appropriate number in the blank space to the left of each statement to evaluate your peer's actions in group project. Each rating is worth a point value. Point values from all members of the group will be averaged to determine each group member’s score for the Peer Evaluation category (out of 15 points). Do not complete an evaluation for yourself, just for your group members. You must also provide a rationale for why you gave each peer their specific scores. Due by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, November 18th 2015 in dropbox on D2L. Rating Excellent Good Satisfactory Fair Poor Point 3 2 1 .5 0 Value Group Member #1: ________________________________________ _____ Your peer participated in the initial discussion used to get project going. _____ Your peer contributed with creative ideas that enhanced the project. _____ Your peer was quick to suggest solutions to problems with project as they occurred. _____ Your peer was helpful in inventing methods, gadgets, pictorial elements, etc., of project. _____ Your peer was friendly, enthusiastic, and positive during group work. TOTAL POINTS EARNED: /15 RATIONALE: Group Member #2: ________________________________________ _____ Your peer participated in the initial discussion used to get project going. _____ Your peer contributed with creative ideas that enhanced the project. _____ Your peer was quick to suggest solutions to problems with project as they occurred. _____ Your peer was helpful in inventing methods, gadgets, pictorial elements, etc., of project. _____ Your peer was friendly, enthusiastic, and positive during group work. TOTAL POINTS EARNED: /15 RATIONALE: Group Member #3: ________________________________________ _____ Your peer participated in the initial discussion used to get project going. _____ Your peer contributed with creative ideas that enhanced the project. _____ Your peer was quick to suggest solutions to problems with project as they occurred. _____ Your peer was helpful in inventing methods, gadgets, pictorial elements, etc., of project. _____ Your peer was friendly, enthusiastic, and positive during group work. TOTAL POINTS EARNED: /15 RATIONALE: Group Member #4: ________________________________________ _____ Your peer participated in the initial discussion used to get project going. _____ Your peer contributed with creative ideas that enhanced the project. _____ Your peer was quick to suggest solutions to problems with project as they occurred. _____ Your peer was helpful in inventing methods, gadgets, pictorial elements, etc., of project. _____ Your peer was friendly, enthusiastic, and positive during group work. TOTAL POINTS EARNED: /15 RATIONALE: Personal Reflection Writing Guidelines and Rubric (10 points) Directions: Create a one page essay describing your role in the creation of this website. You can discuss any challenges your group faced, the dynamics of your group, and anything new you may have learned about your topic that you did not know prior. Reflections should not exceed 1 page, double-spaced, 12 point font with 1 inch margins. Grading rubric is below. Reflections are due by 11:59PM on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 in dropbox on D2L. Criteria Point Value Reflection discusses student’s role in creation of website in detail 5 along with challenges or obstacles faced by the group, group dynamics, etc. Reflection includes new facts the student learned about topic. 5 Reflection is free of grammatical and spelling errors and is within 5 the guidelines outlined above. The student utilizes appropriate sentence structure and paper has a good “flow”. Total Point Value 15 Presentation Rubric (20 points) Trait Criteria Points Earned 0 1 3 5 Content Presentation Presentation had Presentation Presentation had Did the contained moments where had a good an exceptional presentation have little to no valuable material amount of amount of valuable material? valuable was present but as a material and valuable material material. whole, content was benefitted the and was lacking. class. extremely beneficial to the class. Collaboration The The teammates The teammates The teammates Did everyone teammates sometimes worked worked from always worked contribute to the never worked from others’ ideas. others’ ideas from others’ presentation? from others’ However, it seems most of the ideas. It was Did everyone seem idea. It seems as though certain time. It seems evident that all of well versed in the as though people did not do as like very one the group material? only a few much work as did some work, members people others. but some contributed worked on people carried equally to the the the presentation. presentation. presentation. Presentation Presenters Presenters were not Presenters Presenters were Did the presenters were consistent with the were all very confident speak clearly? Did unconfident level of occasionally in delivery and they engage the and confidence/prepare confident with they did an audience? Was it demonstrated dness they showed their excellent job of obvious the little evidence the classroom but presentation, engaging the material had been of planning had some strong but the class. Preparation rehearsed? prior to moments. presentation is very evident. presentation. was not as engaging as it could have been for the class. Organization The There were minimal The The presentation Was the presentation signs of organization presentation was well presentation well lacked or preparation. had organizing organized, well organized and easy organization ideas but could prepared, and to follow? and had little have been easy to follow. evidence of much stronger preparation. with better preparation. TOTAL POINTS EARNED /20
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