NOTE: Document pasted at bottom of page!
Teachers: attaching again the extreme make-over template for the teachers
to help them reflect on organizing the student work
purpose along targeting HOT verbs in the tasks. Warning - stay away
from yellowed areas - these are information consumer warnings that
kids are being asked to re-package existing information. Mode = the
technology being used to package their communication!

Also I am thinking these products will be personal expression (arty
interpretations like modern art expressions very personal) or . . .
analyze and conclude. Either way - they will want to co-prepare their
scoring guides as part of the group decision making. The scoring
guides are online - they have to choose a type of communication -
select the phrases or re-word the concepts that will be assessed.

The craftsmanship portion of the scoring guide for images/sound/music/
transitions/special effects/overall design of information experience
can be simplified using these vocabulary words:

limited = decorating
developed = illustrated
exemplar = illuminated

The narrative voice is the heart of this product - here are three
general terms

limited = reading - not in the content - just the literal words -
mumbling - jerky - hard to follow
developed = reciting - well articulated - smooth - clarity
exemplar = performing - emotionally delivery of the content
connecting view with the depth of meaning



Title with Task Description

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Knowledge (Remember) of existing information: define, report, list, tell
Comprehension (Understand) of existing information: describe, summarize, discuss
Application (Apply) of existing information: translate, interpret, apply, solve
Analysis (Analyze) of existing information: compare, contrast, criticize, debate
Synthesis (Evaluate): invent, develop, hypothesize, design
Evaluation (Create): predict, evaluate, judge, appraise, critique

Type of Communication

Narrative Types Information/Expository Types
1.Personal expression 4.How-to directions
2.Myths/folk tales 5.Biographies
3.Short story 6.Summary reports
New! Docu-drama 7.Book reports

Persuasive Types Collaborative Environment Types
8.Advertisements / Public Service 14.Participatory (users contribute
on going content to author’s
product)
9.Describe and conclude
10.Analyze and conclude
11.Analyze and persuade
12.Compare and contrast
13.Cause and effect
New! Documentary

Mode of Communication:

Bloom’s Verb (DOK)
What appealed to you about this student
work? What would you recommend to make
it even an even HOTTER task?
Type of Communication

Mode of Communication


Online scoring guides for digital products: http://www.digitales.us/evaluating/scoring_guide.php













Bloom’s Verb (DOK)
Type of Communication
Mode of Communication