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Fact Sheet Assignment Rubric
The point of a fact sheet is to get the reader to do something. For instance, you want to make it as easy as possible for the reader to take your action on a healthcare policy or legislative issue. Additionally, if you want the reader to make a call, give appropriate phone numbers. If you want a legislator to vote yes on a bill, give the bill number and title.

Guidelines:

• One page
• Make it readable (use at least 12 point font)
• Keep the text informative, yet brief
• Include the most important information in the first paragraph, for example state the issue, identify possible actions, and label the main messages (key points)
• Give references for more information (links, etc.)
• The fact sheet should be self-contained (be sure not to refer to previous documents or assume the reader has additional information)
• Use bullet points (when appropriate)
• Make the message you are sending very clear (bold, text boxes, graphics add emphasis)
• Provide the reader with tools needed to take action–list phone numbers, bill numbers, etc.

Criteria Does Not Meet Standards
(Score 1-2 pts) Meets Standards
(Score 3 pts) Exceeds Standards
(Score 4-5 pts)

Content/Facts (40%)
(clear issues and actions)
Content on fact sheet is inaccurate, incomplete or unclear
(8-16)
Content is unfinished but accurate

(24)
Content is both accurate and complete

(32-40)
Design, Style & Organization)(20%)
(tools, phone #s, bill #s, etc.)
Organization and / or placement of pictures and content lacks focus and / or messages are not linked together

(4-8)
Pictures and information are logical, fact sheet has at list 1 picture

(12)
Placement of pictures and graphics are both logical organized, contains at least 1 graphic, and messages are linked

(16-20)
Presentation (20%) Manyspelling, grammar, and / or punctuation errors, fact sheet has information that is unclear or unnecessary
(4-8) Most of the spelling, grammar and punctuation are correct; fact sheet has clear information and is attractive
(12) Spelling, grammar and punctuation are correct; fact sheet has clear information and is attractive
(16-20)
Resources/References (20%) Important resources are missing, sources inaccurately cited.

(4-8) Most resources are included, sources cited are mostly accurate and in APA style.
(12) Facts and resources include sources cited in accurate APA style.

(16-20)

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