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Rubric Code: N69B66
What is the role of literacy and storytelling in the 21st century? If social networking or an online presence is now the 21st century storyteller, then how did film contribute to this shift?
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Exceptional
5 pts
Knowledge/Understanding
Poor

Demonstrates little to no understanding of content for the presentation.
Fair

Demonstrates limited understanding of content for the presentation.
Good

Demonstrates some understanding of content for the presentation.
Excellent

Demonstrates considerable amount of understanding of content for the presentation.
Exceptional

Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the content for the presentation.
Thinking/Inquiry
Poor

Little to no evidence of planning and organization of presentation.
Little to no evidence of effective critical and creative thinking processes.
Fair

Planning and organization of presentation is polished and divided in a limited way.
Uses critical and creative thinking processes with limited effectiveness.
Good

Planning and organization of presentation is somewhat polished and divided.
Uses critical and creative thinking processes with some effectiveness.
Excellent

Planning and organization of presentation is considerably polished and divided.
Uses critical and creative thinking processes with considerable effectiveness.
Exceptional

Planning and organization of presentation is thorough, polished and well divided.
Uses critical and creative thinking processes with a high degree of effectiveness.
Communication
Poor

Little to no communication and/or interaction with visitors.
Little to no effective expression and/or organization of ideas.
Fair

Communicates and interacts with visitors with limited effectiveness.
Expresses and organizes ideas with limited effectiveness.
Good

Communicates and interacts with visitors with some effectiveness.
Expresses and organizes ideas with some effectiveness.
Excellent

Communicates and interacts with visitors with considerable effectiveness.
Expresses and organizes ideas with considerable effectiveness.
Exceptional

Communicates and interacts with visitors with a high degree of effectiveness.
Expresses and organizes ideas with a high degree of effectiveness.
Technology/Design
Poor

No logical sequence of information.
No graphics or images.
Project does not flow at all, is poorly presented, and has no interest.
Fair

Limited sequence of information.
Limited graphics and images.
Majority of project is disjointed and interest level is sporadic.
Good

Effective sequence of information.
Images enhance the information.
Majority of project flows well and has some interesting items included.
Excellent

Considerably effective sequence of information.
Images are effective in their enhancement of information.
Project flows well and is interesting.
Exceptional

Polished and thorough sequence of information.
Images greatly aid in enhancing the information.
The project flows well, keeps the attention of the audience and is very interesting.



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