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iRubric: Rocking the Airwaves final assessment rubric

iRubric: Rocking the Airwaves final assessment rubric

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Rocking the Airwaves final assessment built by Gilliann

Rubric Code: NX9X29W
Please note that the assessment will end exactly forty minutes after it has begun. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
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Categories: Subjects: Journalism  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Accomplished
(N/A)
Skilled
(N/A)
Developing
(N/A)
Needs improvement
(N/A)
Headlines
Effective & Appropriate Lead
Accomplished

Lead is original and catchy; fits well with the rest of the story; invites readers to listen.
Skilled

Lead is appropriate to story and fairly effective at getting attention; shows some signs of originality.
Developing

Lead is adequate but not extremely catchy or original.
Needs improvement

Lead is neither original nor catchy; is boring, overused or trite, or is inappropriate to story.
Stucture
Effective Organization and Flow
Accomplished

Bulletin is in inverted pyramid form with info in descending order of importance; strongly organized with clear transitions and logical connections that create a sense of being tightly woven together
Skilled

Bulletin is organized and most transitions and connections are clear, but either organization is somewhat lacking or the sense of flow is somewhat abrupt or bulletin is not in inverted pyramid
Developing

Bulletin lacks strong organization, jumps around too much or lacks effective transitions; not in inverted pyramid
Needs improvement

Bulletin is choppy; organization is unclear; few effective transitions; not in inverted pyramid
Content
Clear Focus and Unity
Accomplished

Focus of stories is clear; nothing detracts from primary focus; everything contributes to overall angle
Skilled

Focus is fairly clear but on or two areas detract from the primary angle
Developing

Stories lacks strong sense of unity and focus; several areas seem to detract from angle
Needs improvement

No clear angle; stories are rambling and awkward
Style
Interesting & Effective Writing Style
Accomplished

NO errors in journalistic style (quotes, dates, scores, numbers, money, percentages, time, commas, etc.); short paragraphs; quotes stand alone
Skilled

Has few (one or two) errors in journalistic style; or may have non-journalistic paragraph structure
Developing

Has several errors in journalistic style or non-journalistic paragraph structure
Needs improvement

Has many errors in journalistic style and/or non-journalistic paragraph structure
Precision
Grammar and Spelling
Accomplished

Story is well edited and virtually flawless; NO spelling errors; includes the proper spelling and pronunciation of all names
Skilled

Story is spell checked and all names are correct; pronunciation of all names is provided;contains few grammatical errors
Developing

Story is spell checked and all names are correct; pronunciation of all names is provided; contains several grammatical errors
Needs improvement

Names are misspelled; no pronunciation of names is provided or spell check was not run; or contains many grammatical errors



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