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Play Rubric

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Rubric Code: L23344
Evaluates how well students of Introduction to Creative Writing class have completed the play writing assignment.
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Keywords: play; drama; writing
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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  Poor
0 pts
Fair
1 pts
Good
2 pts
Plot (8 points)
Comments:
Poor

The play lacks a clear beginning, middle, and end.

The protagonist lacks a goal to achieve or a problem to solve.

The plot does not become more complicated during Act Two.

The protagonist does not achieve his goal or solve his problem himself.
Fair

The play contains a clear beginning, middle, or end, but not all three.

The protagonists has a goal to achieve or a problem to solve, but it is of no consequence.

The plot becomes slightly more complicated in Act Two, but the obstacles are unbelievable or are easily overcome.

The protagonist has a part in achieving his goal or solving his problem, but it is only a minor part or it feels contrived.
Good

The play contains a clear beginning, middle, and end.

The protagonist has an important, life changing goal to achieve or problem to solve.

The plot becomes more complicated in Act Two, and each new complication challenges the protagonist in a realistic, believable way.

The protagonist achieveis his goal or solves his problem by himself in a realistic, natural way.
Characters (6 points)
Comments:
Poor

The protagonist is not believable or sympathetic.

The protagonist does not have any distinguishing characteristics.

There is no definate antagonist.
Fair

The protagonist is either believable or sympathetic, but not both.

The protagonist is only mildly distinguishable.

There is an antagonist, but he is not a strong opponent.
Good

The protagonist is both believable and sympathetic.

The protagonist has at least one distinguishable characteristic.

The antagonist is a strong opponent.
Scenes and Settings (14 points)
Comments:
Poor

The play's local is not discernable.

The play's time period is not discernable.

The play's setting is not described well.

The play does not contain multiple scenes.

None of the scenes are well described.

Scene and setting details are neither specific, concrete, nor particular.

Scene changes do not occur at the right time.
Fair

The play has a specific location, but it is not immediately well defined.

The play has a definate time period, but it is not immediately well defined.

The play's setting is described, but the details are not relevant to the plot.

The play contains a few scenes, but not enough.

Some of the scenes are well described, but not all of them.

Scene and setting details are present but non-specific.

Scene changes are rough or not timed well.
Good

The play's local is well defined at the beginning of the play.

The play's time period is well defined at the beginning of the play.

The play's setting is well described, with details that are important to the plot.

The play contains an adequate amount of multiple scenes.

All of the play's scenes are well described.

Scene and setting details are specific, concrete, and particular.

Scene changes occur smoothly and at the right time.
Dialogue (6 points)
Comments:
Poor

Dialogue does not sound natural or realistic.

Dialgoue is not individual to each character.

Dialogue is often used for exposition.
Fair

Dialogue sounds either unnatural or unrealistic.

Dialogue is mildly individual to each character.

Dialogue is sometimes used for exposition.
Good

Dialogue sounds natural and realistic.

Dialogue is individual to each character.

Dialogue is never used for exposition.
Point of View (2 points)
Comments:
Poor

The play's point of view is not maintained.
Fair

The play's point of view is consistent, but hard to folow.
Good

The play's point of view is consistently well maintained and easy to follow.
Story Structure (4 points)
Comments:
Poor

Neither the characters nor the conflict are well introduced in Act One.

The play does not capture or keep the attention of the audience.
Fair

The characters and/or the conflict are introduced in Act One, but not both or only vaguely.

The play captures but does not keep the attention of the audience.
Good

The characters and the conflict are well introduced in Act One.

The play captures and keeps the attention of the audience.
Play Structure (12 points)
Comments:
Poor

The Title Page is not correctly formatted.

The Cast Page is not correctly formatted.

The Act and Scene headings are not correctly formatted.

The At Rise descriptions are not correctly formatted.

Dialogue is not correctly formatted.

Stage directions and transitions are not correctly formatted.
Fair

Some elements of Title Page are correctly formatted, but not all of them.

Some elements of Cast Page are correctly formatted, but not all of them.

Some Act and Scene headings are correctly formatted, but not all of them.

Some At Rise descriptions are correctly formatted, but not all of them.

Some character dialogue is correctly formatted, but not all of it.

Some of the stage directions and transitions are correctly formatted, but not all of them.
Good

The Title Page is correctly formatted.

The Cast Page is correctly formatted.

The Act and Scene headings are correctly formatted.

The At Rise descriptions are correctly formatted.

Character dialogue is correctly formatted.

Stage directions and transitions are correctly formatted.



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