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iRubric: Theatre Object Work rubric

iRubric: Theatre Object Work rubric

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Theatre Object Work built by allengreen

Rubric Code: PX92W3X
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Categories: Subjects: (General)  
Types: Quiz  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Improv Quiz 1
Formative quiz on use of the following improv techniques: "Chivalry" & "Yes, And...."
  Fail
1 pts Considerable further work is required
Fail
2 pts Some more work is required before credit can be awarded
Sufficient
3 pts Performance meets minimum criteria
Satisfactory
4 pts Fair but with significant shortcomings
Good
5 pts Generally sound work with a number of notable errors
Very Good
6 pts Above the average standard but with some errors
Excellent
7 pts Outstanding Performance with only minor errors
Exceptional
8 pts Advanced performance which shows strong potential in this field of study (integrates outside knowledge into the performance on top of an outstanding performance)
Character
How well does the learner use facial expressions & posture in their performance?
Fail

Student enters the stage but does not change their facial expression or posture to show their character
Fail

Student enters the stage but only vaguely changes their facial expression or posture to show a character
Sufficient

Student occassionally changes their facial expression or posture to show a character
Satisfactory

Student changes their facial expression or posture to show a character but the character's reactions make no sense with the scene
Good

Student changes their facial expression or posture to show a character, the character's reactions match the scene into which they enter; however, the reactions are generally small and may not read from more than 10 feet
Very Good

Student changes their facial expression or posture to show a character, the character's reactions match the scene into which they enter; however, the reactions may not read from more than 20 feet
Excellent

Student changes their facial expression or posture to show a character, the character's reactions match the scene into which they enter; however, the reactions may not read from more than 30 feet
Exceptional

Student changes their facial expression or posture to show a character, the character's reactions match the scene into which they enter; however, the reactions may not read from more than 50 feet
Maintaining the object's integrity
How effectively does the learner use their physical actions to acknowledge and maintain the existence of the imaginary object?
Fail

Student enters the stage but does not acknowledge their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions
Fail

Student enters the stage but only vaguely and occasionally acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions
Sufficient

Student enters the stage but only vaguely OR occasionally acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions
Satisfactory

Student enters the stage and solidly acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions but it is difficult to identify their object(s)
Good

student enters the stage and solidly acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions
Very Good

The student enters the scene and solidly acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions, interacting with various parts of their object and in various ways
Excellent

The student enters the scene and excellently acknowledges their object(s) with their eyes, reactions, or actions, interacting with various parts of their object and in various ways
Exceptional

The student interacts with the object(s) in a completely believable manner; approaching their interactions with creativity and always maintaining the integrity of the object(s)



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