Attached is a rubric, and Criteria for the project.My project is on removing carpet and adding Hardwood floors to my 11×12 feet
bedroomYou will create a personal project using the tools listed in the Rubric.Rationale
You have worked on a team project all semester. This HAT assignment gives you a
chance to develop a project of your own using the project management tools
learned this semester. Strive to make your project something that you can use
in the future. Examples could be projects around the house, service-oriented
projects, volunteer organization projects, etc. The idea is that you get
personal benefit for planning the project. This project must show a good depth
of understanding for each of its segments.
You will design a real or imagined project on an area of interest and must
include the items listed in the rubric at the end of this document.I will give you a sample paper one assigned
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& the Reflection Paper
Check the supplemental notes
In the Note Pages View
Plan and Implement
Personal Project/Hallmark Assessment Task (HAT) for ELFH 341
Table of Contents
Description of the project
Business Case SWOT Analysis
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
Critical Path (Gantt Chart)
As you develop your HAT, remember that you
are telling a story of how you created a
personal project using the project management
tools studied this semester.
While much of the information was documented
using templates, you need to add details
related to each content area.
Consider asking yourself about the purpose or
the who, what, when, where, why, and how for
each area. NOTE: do NOT include each of
these, select one of the questions as an
opening statement for each section, rather than
a cut & paste of one template after another.
The rubric located in the syllabus is an evaluation tool used to grade
the HAT in each course.
To encourage each of you to focus on obtaining a high score, I did an
old fashion cut and paste from the rubric to include the ITEMS
(Column 1) that need to be included in your paper and the TARGET
(Column 3) criteria needed to get the maximum points for each item.
[The ASTD Standards column is also included but I cant remember
why I thought this was important!]
See: Scan of rubric document attachment
I added numbers to each item so that I can make notes as I grade and
then include the notes as COMMENTS in LiveText.
As you complete each section, be sure to read the criteria listed in the
Target block to make sure that you have included everything and
followed directions, such as ..in great detail or includes good
depth in understanding.
Cover Page (Title)
? Concrete Section
? Observation & Reflection
? Abstract Concepts
? Active Experimentation
Observe and Reflect
Form Abstract Concepts & Generalizations
Test or Apply Concepts in New Situations
Writing a Professional Paper .
The purpose for writing a paper is to
showcase the writers knowledge and
skills but the final evaluation is in the
eyes of the reader!
The next slides highlight some rules
that may be helpful as you write the HAT
and Reflection Paper for this course but
these rules should be considered as you
write papers for all ELFH courses and for
all future business reports.
Attention to Detail Earns an A
1. Start early to write and let it sit for a day
2. Construct an outline based on a rubric
3. Focus on organization
Follow the flow of the rubric
Use terms listed in the rubric
4. Proof read your paper: read it OUT LOUD
5. Check for sentence structure and word use
6. Add reference in the appropriate section in the HAT
to appended documents or to separate documents,
Attention to Detail Earns an A
Guess What Inattention Will Get You!
1. Avoid starting a sentence with This or It
unless you state what this or it means.
2. Select the correct term their, theyre and
there have different meanings.
3. Avoid trust in a Spellchecker!
4. Avoid using contractions.
5. Write in complete sentences. Each sentence
must have a noun and a verb.
6. Avoid weasel words: should, could, would
7. Avoid posting the HAT in LiveText until you
have triple checked your work!
1. Review the writing to make sure that the
reader understands what you are talking
about. For example, you may know what a
concept or model represents, however the
reader may not be familiar with that specific
concept or model.
2. Use terminology specifically related to the
topic of the paper.
3. Add pictures or graphics to support your
project, if appropriate. *
4. Review APA guidelines for appropriate
methods to cite references within the paper.
NOTE: While following APA guidelines is
important for professional papers, not all of the
guidelines fit specific documents. For example,
when using templates, it is often better to change
the font or font size to keep related materials on
the same page.
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