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Project Requirements & Grade
  

When making a 3-fold brochure you have six sections to plan for.

 
Page 1 - Left


  

This section should include:
1. Your name

2. The name of your National Park

3. A list of resources you have used in designing your brochure.

(web site used, program used to make brochure)  
 

Page 1 - Middle
 
 

This section should include: 
1. The Title of your National Park

2. What kind of park is it
Such as;  A historical park where a historical event happened, recreational park for having fun, or a natural park with beauty and scenic wonders.

3. Pictures of the Park.

Page 1 - Right
 

1. It should contain the reasons someone should visit your National Park.  

2.You should include pictures of the Park that feature this theme.
 

If your park is a history park, like Gettysburg National Battlefield, include history pictures.

If your park is nature, include pictures of nature found at your park. Such as animals, plant life, etc...

Use sensational adjectives!


 
Page 2 - Left
 

This section should include:
1. Park information such as the history of the park.

2. When the area became a National Park.

3. If available - Why it became a Park.

4. Add another picture of you park.

Page 2 - Middle
 

This section should include:
1. Visitor information (if available) points of interest -  recreational opportunities (swimming, camping, hiking, etc) -  location of the Park - and hours of operation.

2. This page will contain a map of your park. If not available, insert a map of how to get to your park.

Page 2 - Right
 

This section should include:
1. This is where you may be creative and add anything you feel is missing from the rest of your brochure.   

2. Add some good adjectives, adverbs, nouns, and pronouns.

3. Insert pictures.

 

Brochure Rubric

How to get a Good Grade!

 

CATEGORY

(4) Excellent

(3) Good

(2) Almost

(1) Not Yet

Attractiveness & Organization

  (Organization)

The brochure has exceptionally attractive formatting and well-organized information.

The brochure has attractive formatting and well-organized information.

The brochure has well-organized information.

The brochure's formatting and organization of material are confusing to the reader.

Content - Accuracy

  (Ideas)

The brochure has all of the required information (see checklist) and some additional information

The brochure has all of the required information (see checklist).

The brochure has most of the required information (see checklist).

The brochure has little of the required information (see checklist).

Writing - Mechanics

  (Conventions)

All of the writing is done in complete sentences. Capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the brochure.

Most of the writing is done in complete sentences. Most of the capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the brochure.

Some of the writing is done in complete sentences. Some of the capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the brochure.

Most of the writing is not done in complete sentences. Most of the capitalization and punctuation are not correct throughout the brochure.

Graphics/Pictures

The graphics go well with the text and there is a good mix of text and graphics.

The graphics go well with the text, but there are so many that they distract from the text.

The graphics go well with the text, but there are too few.

The graphics do not go with the accompanying text or appear to be randomly chosen.

Sources

There are many citations from a variety of sources accurately listed on the brochure.

There are some citations from a variety of sources accurately listed on the brochure.

There are a few citations accurately listed on the brochure.

Incomplete citations are listed on the brochure.