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iRubric: Staging the Play: Performance Rubric

iRubric: Staging the Play: Performance Rubric

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Staging the Play: Performance Rubric built by AGATHAMEE

Rubric Code: EX92X59
Performance of Drama for English Class
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Keywords: drama
Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design   English   (General)  
Types: Presentation   Class note   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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4 pts Extends Grade Expectations

3 pts Fully Meets Grade Expectations

2 pts Minimally Meets Grade Expectations

1 pts Does Not Meet Grade Expectations
Projection
Speaks so lines are clearly understood
4

Lines are always clear and understadable
3

Most of the lines are clear and understandable
2

Some of the lines are clear and undersstandable
1

Did not speak so lines are clear and understandable
Expression
Puts expression into their lines - bring life to the character. Does more than just read lines from script.
4

Puts expression into his/her lines. Performs the entire time while on stage - even when not doing lines.
3

Puts expression into most of his/her lines.<BR>
Performs most of the time while on stage - even when not doing lines.
2

Puts some expression into his/her lines. Performs some of the time while on stage - even when not doing lines.
1

Did not put very much expression into his/her lines. Is on stage, but not doing anything, but saying the required lines.
Memorization
Learned lines from the script. Hits all cues and is on time for entrances and exits.
4

Has learned all lines from the script - only needs to be prompted a few times.
3

Has learned many of the lines from the script - needs to be prompted regularily.
2

Has learned some of the lines from the script - reads directly from script.
1

Did not learn any lines from the script
Preparedness
Props, Sets, and Costumes are present and used. Student is well rehearsed
4

Fully prepared for presentation. All props, sets and costumes are present and used. Student is clearly well-rehearsed
3

Prepared for presentation. Props, sets, and costumes are present and used most of the time. Student is mostly rehearsed; may need some cues.
2

Mostly prepared, but missing or does not ues some props, sets and/or costumes. Student is mostly rehearsed; may need many cues.
1

Unprepared. Props, sets, and costumes missing or not used. Student has not rehearsed.
Audience participation
Was a good audience member when not involved in play.
4

Was a good audience member when not involved in play performance. Does not have to asked to refrain from talking
3

Was a good audience when not involved in play performance most of the time. Only has to be asked to refrain from talking once .
2

Was a good audience when not involved in play performance some of the time. Has to be asked to be refrain form talking twice.
1

Was disruptive during play performance
Leadership
Leadership with in the Production
4

Sets a good example of being focused and paying attention. Is always positive with about production and with others in the class.
3

Sets a good example of being focused and paying attention most of the time. Is fairly positive with about production and others in the class.
2

Rarely, sets a good example of being focused and paying attention. Is not always positive with about production and others in the class.
1

Very negative about production and complains openly.
Consistency
Student performance on stage is consistent with stated interpretation of scene
4

Performance remains consistent throughout
3

Performance is mostly consistent.
2

performance does not stay consistent throughout.
1

performance is inconsistent
Engagement
Student is engaged with the performance. Takes the task seriously.
4

Student is on task throughout. Performance is taken seriously.
3

Student is on task most of the time. Seriously participates.
2

Student cannot remain on task throughout.
1

Student cannot remain on task. Treats task as a joke.



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