The Communication Network Lesson: Keeping in Touch
Directions: Work will be graded as outlined below.
· Each of the eight frames tells one part of the story, such as:
a. How the message was communicated.
b. What the situation was (e.g. freed person in Boston learning about the situation in the South from a runaway slave).
· The illustration is a good representation of the event.
· Minimal information is provided in the text or through the use of conversation “bubbles” to enhance the cartoon and the information included in the picture.
· The information is accurate.
The illustration does an admirable job portraying the event. (Even if you aren’t the best artist, time and effort will enhance the artwork).
· Is neat.
· Demonstrates proper spelling and grammar (a word or phrase needs to be in quotes if it is purposely grammatically incorrect to represent the time period).
· Uses color appropriately.
4. Time on Task
Consider this question: Did you use the time allocated for the project adequately?