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iRubric: Mental Health Commercial Project rubric

iRubric: Mental Health Commercial Project rubric

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Mental Health Commercial Project

  Derived from rubric: TV Commercial
built by anewton1979

Rubric Code: BX9XCB8
Commercial about signs and symptoms of hurting self/others, and how to help a friend or one's self: Create a podcast/commercial in voki, audacity, voicethread, movie maker, or photobooth. Commercial needs to be a max of 60 secs & include at least 1 statistic about US adolescents in relation to this topic. Commercials are not advertisements, but Public Service Announcements to educate other adolescents about the signs/symptoms of -as well as how to help adolescents with this mental health issue.
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Keywords: Mental & Emotional Health Commercial Presentation
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   Business   English   Health   Music   Psychology   Science   (General)  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor
5 pts
Fair
7 pts
Good
8.5 pts
Excellent
10 pts
Organization
Poor

Audience cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence of information.
Fair

Audience has difficulty following presentation because students jump around.
Good

Students present product story in logical sequence which audience can follow.
Excellent

Students present product story in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow.
Content
Poor

Content is weak, inaccurate or confusing. Students lack/ do not have a statistical fact for the commercial.
Fair

Students have a statistical fact in the commercial, however, it does not seem to flow with the rest of the commercial.
Good

Students include at least 1 statistic that is relevant to the topic and flows well with its placement in the commercial.
Excellent

Students include more than 1 statistic. They do not seem forced in, but flow naturally with the rest of the commercial AND actually enhances the effectiveness of the commercial's purpose.
Audio
Poor

Student's copy is not well written, voice is inaudible and students incorrectly pronounce terms, and speak too quietly for viewing audience to hear
Fair

Student's copy is not fluid and voice is low. Students incorrectly pronounce terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing
Good

Student's copy is clear and voice is clear. Students pronounce most words correctly. Most audience members can hear with little effort.
Excellent

Student uses well written script, a clear voice and correct, precise pronunciation of terms. Students are enthusiastic. All viewing audience can hear without effort.
Visuals
Poor

Incomplete commercial or lack of visuals to keep audience engaged.
Fair

Some use of visuals, however, they do not help the viewer's understanding of the commercial, or they distract from the purpose of the commercial.
Good

Satisfactory use of visuals for the content helping to keep the audience engaged in the content being presented.
Excellent

Excellent use of visuals to keep the audience engaged. Visuals enhance the content without distracting from purpose. It is very creative.



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