2018 "Next Year's Yearbook Theme" Self Assessment Form
You have completed your "Next Year's Theme" Project over the last 6-8 weeks. Now it is time for you to present your theme ideas to the class. Before we proceed, please evaluate your Next Year's Theme materials.

The project has three grading criteria:

1) THEME: How well did you demonstrate your visual and verbal theme idea in the page designs of your presentation?
2) ELEMENTS: How well did your project present all of the required elements (Titles, photos, fonts, colors, captions, stories, quick reads, etc.) in your presentation and how close to "factory ready" were your page designs?
3) PRESENTATION: How well did you present your theme, your elements and your ideas to the members of the class?

Please answer the questions below honestly regarding your performance on this project.

Name: *
Your answer
Describe your Theme Idea and how you carried out your theme in your page designs: *
Your answer
What did you feel are the BEST parts of your theme and design for next year's book? *
Your answer
On a scale of 1 to 10, how well did you demonstrate your theme in your pages? *
I did not have a theme to my pages or my designs.
My theme was fully realized on all pages and with all elements.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how well did you present the required elements in your pages? *
I did not include any of the required elements in my presentation.
I incorporated all required elements in my presentation, all aligned with my theme.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how "factory ready" were your page designs? *
I did not have completed page designs in this project.
All pages were perfectly completed and could have been sent to factory for printing.
How much time did you put into developing your theme and creating your page designs? *
Now that we are ready to present your projects, is there anything you wish you could change or have executed more successfully in your pages? *
Your answer
Considering all of the project requirements, what grade do you feel you deserve on this page design project? *
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