The following scores are described for reference purposes. A project may earn scores other than those specifically listed.
_____/10 Factual Information
10--There are no factual errors; there is no ambiguity.
8--The primary facts are accurate, but there are a few details are incorrect.
6--There are a few errors in the primary facts; the details may also have some errors.
4--The primary facts and details contain many errors. There may also be contradictory facts within the presentation.
_____/10 Depth of Information
10--The information is presented in depth; there are few or no details that are left to the viewer's imagination; the viewer is presented with a clear picture of each of the Olympic events that are described.The events are described within the context of the overall Olympic festival.
8--Most of the information is presented in depth; some details of the events are left to the viewer's imagination; the viewer has a good idea what each of the Olympic events that are described should look like. There is some mention of how the events fit into the overall Olympic festival.
6--Some of the information is presented in depth, but there are important parts that leave the viewer with an incomplete picture or questions about important aspects of the events that are described. The viewer is required to use his or her imagination to fill-in a lot of missing information.
4--The description is not in depth. There are few details. The reader is only provided with an incomplete picture of the event.
_____/10 Creativity and Level of Interest
10--The brochure keeps the readers attention. The brochure is organized in a clever way to keep the reader's attention. The reader is anxious to move from section to section. Pictures and drawings are used very effectively and are very appropriately matched to the written information.
8--The brochure keeps the reader's attention. The brochure is organized in a way that the reader moves easily from section to section. The reader is not bored with any part or does not feel a need to skip any section. Pictures and drawings are used effectively and make a connection to the written information.
6--Most of the brochure keeps the reader's attention. Parts of the brochure are unclear or cause the reader to be confused. The reader becomes disinterested in parts of the proposal and feels a need to skip parts. Pictures or drawings are used, but do not add significantly to the brochure.
4--Most or all of the brochure turns the reader off. The brochure is unclear or confuses the reader. The reader does not want to read the brochure. Pictures or drawings are not used.
10--The brochure is neatly assembled. The reader is drawn to the brochure. The brochure stands out at first glance when compared to others.
8--The brochure is neatly assembled, but a few details are neglected. The reader is drawn to the brochure.
6--Most of the brochure is neat, but there are significant sections that could be neater. Attention has been paid to major sections, but many details are left unfinished or poorly done. A reader may pass this brochure by.
4--The brochure is sloppy. Major sections are not done or done poorly. A reader probably wouldn't be interested in even picking this brochure up.
_____/40 Total Score