Listen to The Flood Tablet podcast once to understand what Neil MacGregor is telling

Listen to The Flood Tablet podcast once to understand what Neil MacGregor is telling you.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00qg5my (Links to an external site.)
Here is a transcript of the podcast: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/5CFdPdXLz33w4CHJW4YQ6Bp/episode-transcript-episode-16-flood-tablet (Links to an external site.)
Then, listen to it again, and diagram the information that is presented, the questions that McGregor asks, the conclusions he draws, and the spin-off discussions that his guests offer. Make sure that your diagram of the podcast shows clearly how the podcast progresses using color-coding, shapes, lines, images, and text as appropriate. Anyone who has not listened to the podcast should understand the podcast’s direction and its conclusions about the flood tablet from this diagram. (Ask friends and family to test this out.)
 
Use a pencil/pen (different colors if necessary for color-coding different discussions or types of information) and paper and then upload a photo of the diagram. Make sure it is legible and well labeled, since the diagram will be graded. Think about how the podcast includes important information that the historian needs.
RubricDiagramming Flood Tablet Podcast RubricDiagramming Flood Tablet Podcast RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarityThis diagram is clear and moves through the podcast in its proper sequence of information. The diagram identifies the artifact. Labels are used to identify different types of information and guest speakers.1 ptsFull Marks0.5 ptsHalf Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeComprehensivenessThe diagram moves through the podcast in sequence noting all the informational discussions that McGregor and his guests have and important conclusions, but not overloading the diagram so that it is hard to understand or cluttered.1 ptsFull Marks0.5 ptsHalf Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArtifact Sourcing InformationAll sourcing information for the artifact is included in the diagram.1 ptsFull Marks0.5 ptsHalf Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArtifact DescriptionA full description of the artifact is presented, suitable for someone who cannot see the artifact.1 ptsFull Marks0.5 ptsHalf Marks0 ptsNo Marks1 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContextualize the ArtifactWho would have used this artifact? Is it a mundane artifact or rare? What is its purpose? Include extra information that is important to understand the artifact’s impact.2 ptsFull Marks1.5 ptsThree-Quarters Marks1 ptsHalf Marks0.5 ptsOne-quarter Marks0 ptsNo Marks2 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusions about the ArtifactWhat conclusions does McGregor draw about this artifact?2 ptsFull Marks1.5 ptsThree-Quarter Marks1 ptsHalf Marks0.5 ptsQuarter Marks0 ptsNo Marks2 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGuest Commentators’ OpinionsIdentify both of McGregor’s guests by name and profession, and state their opinions about the artifact or the spin-off discussion.2 ptsFull Marks1.5 ptsThree-Quarter Marks1 ptsHalf Marks0.5 ptsQuarter Marks0 ptsNo Marks2 pts
Total Points: 10