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One Hundred Years of Service

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One Hundred Years of Service

OKLAHOMA 4-H CENTENNIAL PROJECT: 100 PROJECTS FOR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE

    Making the Best Better. Honoring. Celebrating. Envisioning.

    One Hundred Years of

    Service Judging Criteria and

    Making a difference…ONE project at a time

     Score Card

    Purpose: Recognize clubs who have contributed to the betterment of their communities and citizens while providing meaningful opportunities for members to develop life skills through community service projects.

Objective:

     Encourage clubs to use the “Service-Learning” model when choosing, planning, conducting

    and evaluating a youth led community service project.

     Provide a means to collect, record, and recognize the community service projects of

    Oklahoma 4-H Clubs.

     Develop a database of community service as a resource to assist other clubs in planning

    and conducting service projects that make a significant difference to our communities and

    the lives of our citizens.

     Recognize clubs (members and volunteers) who excel in ingenuity creativity,

    resourcefulness, and life skill development.

    Our team goal is to have video of all 100 projects available for viewing through the State 4-H Website possibly an OK 4-H YouTube type link.

    If quality and time permits, the top 10 project ideas will be shown at Round Up. Instructions:

    1. District Officer Team, District Representatives and one OCES professional (DPS, County

    Educator, Area Specialist, etc.) review SLAP Guide and Video of each submission and

    complete a rubric/score sheet.

    2. All individual scores will be tallied and divided by the total number of judges for an average

    score. The top 25 will advance on to state. The top four- eight district projects will be

    invited to present during Track 4 of the State 4-H Parent-Volunteer Conference. 3. The district officer team will provide a method for making projects/materials available for

    clubs/county to access and use as a resource by August 1, 2010.

    4. The Top 25 projects from each district need to be submitted to the State 4-H Office by July

    1, 2010.

OKLAHOMA 4-H CENTENNIAL PROJECT: 100 PROJECTS FOR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE

    Making the Best Better. Honoring. Celebrating. Envisioning.

    In reviewing the SLAP Guides look for the following: Step 1 - Preparation Step 2 - Action

    Step A-1 Identifying Community Put the plan into ACTION! Youth and adults put

    Needs/Concerns and Club Interests information learned into action. Be flexible and make

    adjustments to the plan as the situation demands. Develop a list of 3-5 concerns that the

    committee/club members feel they would Be sure to document actions through video, pictures like to work on to help improve their or interviews. community.

    Step A-2 Exploring the Identified Community Step 3 - Reflection

    Needs Reflection allows the club to critically think about their Step B Defining the Situation experience. When individuals reflect on their Step C Preparing a Plan Use additional space experiences, they think about them, write about them,

    as necessary. share them with others and learn from the experience.

    Reflection time is a structured opportunity for club ; List specific objectives and goals for the Service

    members to learn from their experiences. Reflection Learning Action Plan:

    can occur through discussion/debriefing, photos, ; List individuals and organizations that will be

    writing/poetry/stories, diaries/logs, art, display, etc. involved in the “action” and note their specific

    responsibility(s). Submit to the District 4-H Program Specialist an ; How is your group going to get others to help the electronic copy of your SLAP guide, an electronic club carry out the plan? video recording or an animated and narrated ; Outline the plan of action by including why, what, PowerPoint of the service project. Video must

    when, who and how. include action (stages of project) and reflection of the ; List skills, materials and facilities needed or clubs experience.

    available for the plan.

    Step 4 - Celebration Step D Training and Orientation The Celebration phase recognizes club members for Note the individuals/organizations that will their contributions. It also provides closure to the provide education, training and skill Action Plan and lets club members know that their development for accomplishing the plan. contributions are valued. Plan an activity where all

    involved partners and participants come together to

    celebrate their achievement.

    OKLAHOMA 4-H CENTENNIAL PROJECT: 100 PROJECTS FOR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE Making the Best Better. Honoring. Celebrating. Envisioning.

    Recognize clubs (members and volunteers) who excel in ingenuity 25 creativity, resourcefulness, and life skill development.

Comments:

Service Learning Action Plan Guide (S.L.A.P.)

    Preparation 10 Comments:

    Action 20 Comments:

    Reflection 15 Comments:

    Celebration 5 Comments:

    YouTube Story - 25 Electronic video recording or an animated and narrated PowerPoint of the

    service project. Video must include action (stages of project) and reflection of the clubs experience.

Comments:

    Total Points Possible 100

    Judges Number___________________ Date____________________

     OKLAHOMA 4-H CENTENNIAL PROJECT: 100 PROJECTS FOR 100 YEARS OF SERVICE Making the Best Better. Honoring. Celebrating. Envisioning . Tally Sheet for All Score Cards Average Total 11 10 9 8

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