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STEP Skills Development and Competitions CONTEST AREA:

CONTEST PACKAGE

Electronic Poster-Making TIME ALLOTMENT

Entrepreneurship and Information and Communications Technology Integration

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Creativity

PERCENTAGE

30%

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES a.

Contest registration of trainers and contestants.

b.

Submission of required documents for the contest.

c.

e.

Ocular inspection of the contest venue (Provision of emergency power supply, installations of software) Briefing of trainers and contestants with the contest administrator before the competition. Inspection and distribution of contest materials.

f.

Provision of uniform graphic images in all PCs.

d.

Use of Photo Editing Tools

Third Year Level Number of Participants: 1

PROCEDURE/SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

2 hours ho rs DESCRIPTION

YEAR LEVEL:

25%

RESOURCES T O

Contestant/s

Organizer/s a. Photo Editing Software

(Adobe Photoshop)

T O O L S T

DURING Graphic images and editing tools are essential in enhancing and developing pictures in variety of applications and designs.

Harminy and Balance

15%

a. b. c.

Relevance to the Theme

10%

d.

e.

ILLUSTRATION

Oral Presentation

Briefing of trainers and contestant with the contest administrator (10 minutes). Final instruction of trainers with their contestants (5 minutes). Issues/concerns raised while the contest is in progress shall not be entertained. Emphasize that only the images provided by the contest administrator shall be used. Importation of objects from the Internet and other storage media is prohibited. Printing of output shall not be counted within time allotment.

EMPLOYABILITY OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

USE

Speed

TOTAL

a. b.

Outputs shall be evaluated by special set of judges. All outputs shall be endorsed to the Secretariat by the Contest Administrator Administrator.

c.

All endorsed outputs shall be displayed until the duration of the skills competition.

d.

Presentation should not exceed 5 minutes.

10%

100%

ATTACHMENT(S) Commercial servicing

Analytic Scoring Rubrics/ Percentage Table

FORM OF JUDGING Special Judges

NOTES a. b.

With regard to the provision of resources, the division and regional organizers may opt to deviate. Coaches are not allowed to stay in the contest area while the contest is in progress.

a. b. c. d.

complete set of PCs colored printer multimedia projector CD/DVD writer

a. blank CD (optional) b. graphic images in jpg format

10%

AFTER

Graphic Designer/editor, Tarpaulin Lay-out, Web Designer, Logo Maker

E Q U I P M E N T

M A T E R I A L S

ANALYTIC PERFORMANCE SCORING RUBRICS FOR ELECTRONIC POSTER-MAKING CRITERIA A. CREATIVITY

30%

1. Enhancement 15%

2. Ingenuity/ Innovation 15% B. USE OF PHOTO EDITING TOOLS 25% 1. Utilization of Tools and Features 15% 2. Mastery

10%

C. HARMONY AND BALANCE

15%

D. RELEVANCE TO THE THEME

10%

E. ORAL PRESENTATION

10%

F. SPEED

10%

• All of the objects were created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality • All tools and features were applied in the development of design

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR 90 85 • Four (4) to five (5) • Two (2) to three (3) enhancements/innovations in enhancements/innovations in terms of designs and effects terms of designs and effects were observed. were observed. • Four (4) to five (5) of the objects • 50% of the objects were were created/used to form/signify created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality meaning or individuality • Four (4) to five (5) tools and • Two (2) to three (3) tools and features were applied in the features were applied in the development of design development of design

• 25% or less of the objects were created/used to form/signify meaning or individuality • Only one (1) tool and feature was applied in the development of design

• No trial and error in using/applying tools and effects.

• One (1) to two (2) trial/s and error/s in using/applying tools and effects.

• Three (3) to four (4) trials and errors in using/applying tools and effects.

• More than five (5) trials and errors in using/applying tools and effects.

• All of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design clearly reflected the concept/meaning of the theme.

• Four (4) to five (5) of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design reflected some major key points of the theme.

• Two (2) to three (3) of the objects and choice of color were based in the elements and principles of design. • The design reflected minor key points of the theme.

• Only one (1) of the objects and one (1) choice of color was based in the elements and principles of design. • No relevance to the theme.

• No grammatical errors, clear, speaks fluently, justifies key points of the concept being presented. • Finished the output 10 minutes before the allotted time.

• Minimal grammatical errors, clear, justify key points of the concept being presented.

• Minimal grammatical errors, vague key points of the concept being presented.

• Poor grammatical construction, no focus on concept being presented.

• Finished the output 5 minutes before the allotted time.

• Finished the output within the given time.

• Was not able to finish the output within the given time.

95 • All enhancements/ innovations in terms of designs and effects were observed.

80 • No enhancement/ innovation in terms of designs and effects were observed.


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