Dragon: Hamburg NY- March 18, 2006
Hosted by the Barony of the
Mistress Rhiannon y Bwa, Pentocrat-
email LAS52 AT cornell.edu
Using the Ice Dragon Scoring
& Comments Sheets
Below you will find links for
both the scoring sheet and the comments sheet in pdf format.
Score sheets and how to use
downloading the scoring sheet (click here), you'll discover the six judging
criteria, Documentation, Authenticity, Creativity, Workmanship, Complexity and
Aesthetics on the top columns. For each Letter Category/subcategory you judge,
you will have a line for each entry with a unique assigned number/letter. For
each of these entries you'll assign 6 scores of 10 or less for each of the criteria*.
The Pentocrat advises using scrap paper and totaling your 6 criteria to get
a rough estimate of the whole score for each entry. Then fill out the final
score on the official score sheet. The total is sometimes a surprise if you
look at each criteria in isolation. The PDF Scoring sheet is only an example;
'real' scoring sheets will be provided at the Event by the Registration staff.
When you have judged all the
entries in your Letter Category (or subcategory, as the case may be) you'll
hand the scoring sheet back to Baron Stefan sitting in the computer area to
enter into the scoring database.
NOTE: you will NOT know if you
are judging Novice, Group or Singles this year. The judging will be done blind.
Sheets (click here): after you have finished scoring, it is helpful to go
back and work on your Comments to contestants as well. The comment sheets should
be left in the individual entrant folders in the box with the Category. This
way the contestants can find them.
Rubrics NOTE: judges using rubrics
will be using a 30 point system. Please follow the instructions with your judging
Please email the Pentocrat
, Mistress Rhiannon y Bwa: LAS52 AT cornell.edu with any questions. Thank
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