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    Making A Game : Complete board game


    Teacher Name: Mrs. Frank


    Student Name:     ________________________________________

CATEGORY
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Attractiveness
Contrasting colors and at least 3 original graphics were used to give the cards and gameboard visual appeal.
Contrasting colors and at least 1 original graphic were used to give the cards and gameboard visual appeal.
Contrasting colors and "borrowed" graphics were used to give the cards and gameboard visual appeal.
Little or no color or fewer than 3 graphics were included.
Accuracy of Content
All information cards made for the game are correct.
All but one of the information cards made for the game are correct.
All but two of the information cards made for the game are correct.
Several information cards made for the game are not accurate.
Rules
Rules were written clearly enough that all could easily participate.
Rules were written, but one part of the game needed slightly more explanation.
Rules were written, but people had some difficulty figuring out the game.
The rules were not written.
Knowledge Gained
All students in group could easily and correctly state several facts about the topic used for the game without looking at the game.
All students in the group could easily and correctly state 1-2 facts about the topic used for the game without looking at the game.
Most students in the group could easily and correctly state 1-2 facts about the topic used for the game without looking at the game.
Several students in the group could NOT correctly state facts about the topic used for the game without looking at the game.
Creativity
The group put a lot of thought into making the game interesting and fun to play as shown by creative questions, game pieces and/or game board.
The group put some thought into making the game interesting and fun to play by using textures, fancy writing, and/or interesting characters.
The group tried to make the game interesting and fun, but some of the things made it harder to understand/enjoy the game.
Little thought was put into making the game interesting or fun.
Cooperative work
The group worked well together with all members contributing significant amounts of quality work.
The group generally worked well together with all members contributing some quality work.
The group worked fairly well together with all members contributing some work.
The group often did not work well together and the game appeared to be the work of only 1-2 students in the group.

Date Created: Jul 02, 2004 01:21 pm (CDT)


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