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Drug Research and Presentation Criteria

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Drug Research & Presentation Criteria

 

Group Members Names:

Due Date:

 

Topic:

GRADING CRITERIA:

 

19 POINTS: Presentation contains the following content:

  • Detailed description/definition of the drug (3pts)

  • Mode of administration (how it is used/abused) (2pts)

  • Side effects (short-term and long-term) (4 pts)

  • Slang names (2pts)

  • Forms it may come in (2pts)

  • Local, national or world news about your drug (current events) (2pts)

  • Brief history (2pts)

  • Interesting facts (pop culture, origin…) (2pts)

 

10 POINTS: Presenters are well organized, PRACTICED, and well informed about the topic. Each presenter takes an equal share of the projects and pulls their own weight. Presenters make eye contact with the audience, speak clearly and smile.

 

10 POINTS: Presenters use some type of visual aid that complements their presentation. This may be a poster, Prezi, PowerPoint presentation (size 28 fonts and up), or handout (must have one for every student). Include pictures of the drug and methods of use.

 

5 POINTS: Presenters use statistics/graphs or charts that are relevant, CURRENT and complement the project.

 

6 POINTS: Bibliography—reference all sources used; **use the forms in the library to help organize and cite them; at least 3-not Wikipedia!

 

TOTAL POINTS: ____________/50 POINTS

 

COMMENTS: ______________________________________

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LISTED ABOVE ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS FOR YOUR PROJECT. YOU MAY EARN EXTRA POINTS WITH A CREATIVE PRESENTATION, ADDED UNIQUE ELEMENTS, OR EXTRA RESOURCES THAT AID IN YOUR PRESENTATION/PROJECT.

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