Knowledge

  • Knowledge of design process and software

  • You demonstrate excellent knowledge of the design process and software

  • You demonstrate acceptable knowledge of the design process and software

  • You are beginning to demonstrate acceptable knowledge of the design process and software

  • You demonstrate basic knowledge of the design process and software

  • You do not demonstrate knowledge of the design process and software

Thinking

  • Brainstorm through sketching and collecting ideas

  • You have an excellent collection of unique and rough ideas (at least 6)

  • You have a reasonable collection of unique and rough ideas (at least 4)

  • You almost have enough unique and rough ideas (at least 3)

  • You need to generate more unique and rough ideas (at least 2)

  • You do not have enough rough ideas

Communication

  • Elements connect clearly to the film title and premise

  • elements connect clearly to the film title and premise

  • Elements connect to the film title and premise

  • Elements losely connect to the film title and premise

  • Elements are starting to connect to the film title and premise

  • Elements need to connect to the film title and premise

Application

  • Use of software

  • You demonstrate excellent use of software

  • You demonstrate an acceptable use of software

  • You are starting to demonstrate an acceptable use of software

  • You need to improve your use of software

  • You need to learn how to use the software to complete tasks

  • poster meets specifications

  • Your poster meets all of the specifications of the project

  • Your poster meets most of the specifications of the project

  • Your poster meets two of the specifications of the project

  • Your poster meets one of the specifications of the project

  • Your poster does not meet the specifications of the project

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