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iRubric: Choral Assessment Rubric

iRubric: Choral Assessment Rubric

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Choral Assessment Rubric built by jzajkowski

Rubric Code: J66BC3
Students in Polyphonic and Concert Choir will be assessed each quarter using the following rubric.
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Keywords: Rules, participation, attitude, focus, musicianship
Categories: Subjects: Music  
Types: Assessment   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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100 %
  Superior
20 pts
Excellent
19 pts
Good
18 pts
Fair
15 pts
Poor
10 pts
Follows Rules and Procedures
20 %
Superior

No talking, or other disruptive behavior during rehearsals.
Excellent

Very little disruptive behavior, including talking during rehearsals.
Good

Sometimes may be disruptive, or talking during rehearsals.
Fair

Frequently disruptive, or talking during rehearsals.
Poor

Is disruptive every day during rehearsals.
Participation
10 %
Superior

Frequently Participates in class, often asks thought provoking questions. Asks questions that encourage further study of the material.
Excellent

Frequently participates in class, often asks thought provoking questions.
Appears enthused about class activities.
Good

Moderate participation in class. Appears interested in class activities.
Fair

Seldom participates in class.
Poor

Almost never participates in class.
Appears disinterested in class.
General Attitude and Effort
10 %
Superior

Exhibits an extremely concientious and spirited desire to learn the material, and enhance the learning of others in the class.
Excellent

Seems interested in learning, makes an above average effort to gain the most out of learning experience.
Good

A willing participant in the classroom, and exhibits willingness to learn concepts and course material.
Fair

Shows litttle evidence of wanting to be in the class to learn the material and shows little respect for the learning of others.
Poor

Shows a complete lack of desire for learning. Contributes nothing to his or her own learning and distracts from the learning of others.
Focus During Rehearsal
10 %
Superior

Student always knows which page, which measure number we are rehearsing, and responds correctly to verbal and visual cues.
Excellent

Student usually knows which page, which measure number we are rehearsing, and responds correctly to verbal and visual cues.
Good

Student sometimes has to ask which page, which measure number we are rehearsing, and may not respond correctly to verbal and visual cues.
Fair

Student usually has to be repeatedly told which page, which measure number we are rehearsing, and often does not respond correctly to verbal and visual cues.
Poor

Student often seems unaware of what is going on in rehearsal, and is preoccupied with other interests or tasks that have nothing to do with Chorus.
Musicianship
10 %
Superior

Consistently sings accurate pitches and rhythms. Tone quality is clear and well supported. Singing lyrical and musical phrases. Expressing the style of the composer's intent.
Excellent

Consistently sings accurate pitches and rhythms. Tone quality is clear and well supported. Singing lyrical and musical phrases.
Good

Usually sings accurate pitches and rhythms. Tone quality is clear and well supported.
Fair

Sometimes sings accurate pitches and rhythms. Tone quality is sometimes out of tune or lacks support.
Poor

Rarely sings accurate pitches or rhythms. Tone quality is often out of tune and produced poorly.
Concert Participation
40 %
Superior

Attends 100% of the rehearsals and concerts.
Excellent

Attends 99% of the rehearsals and all concerts.
Good

Attends no less than 90% of the rehearsals and all concerts.
Fair

Missed one concert during the school year.
Poor

Missed more than one concert during the school year.



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