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iRubric: FAIRY TALE Play rubric

iRubric: FAIRY TALE Play rubric

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FAIRY TALE Play

  Derived from rubric: FAIRY TALE movie or play
built by ChristinaTeo

Rubric Code: V64938
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Categories: Subjects: English   Foreign Languages  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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4 pts

3 pts

2 pts

1 pts

0 pts
Length of work
4

7-10 minutes long and does NOT exceed 10 minutes
3

5-7 minutes long
2

3-5 minutes long
1

2-3 minutes long
0

Less than 1 minute long
Group member participation
Note: 1 line is a sentence of at least 5 words!
4

All group members have 4 or more lines of dialogue
3

All group members have 2-3 lines of dialogue
2

All group members have at least one line of dialogue in the movie
1

Almost all of the members of the group speak at least once
0

Only 1 member of the group has dialogue during the movie
Storyline
Storyline must be logical.
4

Logical in every way. Viewer is able to understand story without having any questions.
3

Logical with several small details that are confusing to viewer
2

Logical, but has one major idea missing
1

Is somewhat logical, but has several major ideas missing that leave viewer confused.
0

Does not follow a logical pattern, difficult to understand
Creativity (props, costumes, etc.)
4

Students have creatively used props, costumes, and backdrops that reflect thougt and effort
3

Students use props, costumes, and backdrops, but have obviously used minimal effort (lack of creativity)
2

Students have used several props/costumes but have not attempted to create a backdrop
1

Students have made minimal use of props, costumes, or backdrops. For example, only one character is in costume.
0

Students have not made any noticeable effort to use props, costumes, or create a backdrop
Pronunciation
Each student will be graded individually in this category
4

Student makes few or no mistakes. The viewer can understand the dialogue.
3

Student makes numerous mistakes, but the viewer is able to understand the dialogue
2

Student makes frequent mistakes (every other word). The viewer has trouble understanding the dialogue
1

Student's pronunciation severly inhibits the viewer from understanding the movie
0





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