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Writing - Level 2
Writing - Level 2

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Your writing ventures beyond just explaining your design. Instead, you explicitly connect decisions you made in your design to your research. You persuade us that your design solves a problem. You go deeper, illuminating how and why you made your design choices. Good Example: Your writing is clear and mostly free of errors You make strong connections between different elements of your research Your writing shows the thought process leading to the final design Your writing is persuasive in tone, convincing others that your design solves the problem Poor Example: Only some essential information is included There are still many factual errors You are only demonstrating a basic understanding of the topic

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Chicago Architecture Center
http://www.architecture.org

Badge Type: skill

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  1. [required] Your writing is clear and mostly free of errors
  2. [required] You make strong connections between different elements of your research
  3. [required] Your writing shows the thought process leading to the final design
  4. [required] Your writing is persuasive in tone, convincing others that your design solves the problem

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Design a Food Stand for Your School

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

CIRT Upgrade a Structure Challenge

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Design a New Technology Wing for Your School

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Design a New School Athletic Pavilion

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

DiscoverDesign

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Redesign Your School Library

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

MINECRAFT CHALLENGE: Redesign A Public Space

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Redesign Your Classroom

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Design Mash-Up: Popup Pavillion

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

Design a New School Locker

Writers - Level 2 don’t just describe their work, but how and why they made design choices. Persuade us that your design solves a problem.

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