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iRubric: THEME: C.D./Soundtrack rubric

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THEME: C.D./Soundtrack

  Derived from rubric: Book Report C.D./Soundtrack
built by Wyntatebout

Rubric Code: HA7766
Make a CD/Soundtrack with ten songs for the book with an explanation for each song choice. You will need to create a CD cover and inside your CD book you should have an explanation for each song that you choose, which should be approximately five to six sentences in length, discussing how it fits the short story. These explanations should be where the lyrics would normally be in a CD insert
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Keywords: book report, writing, literature, soundtrack
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Project   Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Support for Song Choices
25 %
Excellent

Student demonstrates full knowledge of the story and is able to support all song choices with well developed explanations that show clear connections to literary elements such as character and theme. Explanations provided with great detail! Also works at home on this assignment.
Good

Student is at ease with the content of the selection, but fails to elaborate on how the song choices relate to literary elements such as theme and character. Explanations include very little detail. More details, please!
Fair

Student is uncomfortable with the content selection. Student chose songs that related to the selection but was unable to explain how. Explanations were provided, but not in great detail.
Poor

Student does not have a grasp of the content of the selection. The explanations of the song choices do not show a relationship to the selection chosen. Explanations were not related or were missing.
Song Explanation Requirements
25 %
Excellent

Student typed five to six sentences for each song explaining why the song was chosen.
Good

Student typed five incomplete sentences or four complete sentences for each song explaining why the song was chosen.
Fair

Student typed four incomplete sentences for each song explaining why the song was chosen OR only explained some of the song choices.
Poor

Student typed one or less than one sentence for each song that briefly explained why each song was chosen OR only explained some of the song choices.
CD Cover
25 %
Excellent

Very professional -- could be used on a real CD.
Good

Somewhat professional - could be used with a few changes.
Fair

Not very professional looking. Could not be used as a real CD cover.
Poor

Very messy. Not professional at all.
Grammar & Spelling
25 %
Excellent

Writer makes no or few errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.

Used a dictionary
Good

Writer makes some errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
Fair

Writer makes several errors in grammar or spelling that distract the reader from the content.
Poor

Writer makes several errors in grammar or spelling that greatly distract the reader from the content.



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