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iRubric: MC426 Documentary Analysis rubric

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MC426 Documentary Analysis

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Rubric Code: VX8C629
View two documentaries: (one must have been viewed during class). Give a brief history of the background of each documentarian (at least two paragraphs) A synopsis of the documentary (what it was about). Select a scene and include in your comparison the following: Each documentary’s creative treatment of reality: (use of audio, video, graphics, stills, etc,); Discuss which convention mode or modes were used. At least three citations of information from Hampe’s book and/or Aufderhide’s text or any handouts you have received to include in your comparison.
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Keywords: Documentary Analysis- Film Techniques -
Categories: Subjects: Communication   English   Journalism  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Documentary Analysis
  Poor
10 pts Student has not achieved mastery of documentary analysis
Fair
15 pts Student has some mastery of documentary analysis
Good
20 pts Student has good mastery of documentary analysis
Excellent
25 pts Student has excellent mastery of documentary analysis
Documentary Review
Poor

Student has not successfully critiqued each film discussing the documentarian's background and synopsis and relating it to 2nd documentary.
Fair

Student has somewhat critiqued each film and discussed the documentarian's background and synopsis relating it to 2nd documentary.
Good

Student has critiqued each film and discussed the documentarian's background and synopsis relating it to 2nd documentary.
Excellent

Student has successfully critiqued each film and discussed the documentarian's background and synopsis and has given clear examples for each documentary.
Documentary Techniques
Poor

Student is not aware of the cinematic techniques, modes, and creative treatment of reality used in each documentary.
Fair

Student has some awareness of the cinematic techniques, modes and creative treatment of reality used in each documentary.
Good

Student has good awareness of the cinematic techniques, modes and creative treatment of reality used in each documentary.
Excellent

Student has excellent awareness of the cinematic techniques, modes and creative treatment of reality used in each documentary.
Use of Textbooks/Assigned Reading
Poor

No use of textbook or assigned reading citations to support analysis regarding critique and effectiveness of documentary.
Fair

At least one use of textbook or assigned reading citations to support analysis regarding critique and effectiveness of documentary.
Good

At least two textbook or assigned reading citations to support analysis regarding critique and effectiveness of documentary.
Excellent

Excellent use of textbook or assigned reading citations to support analysis regarding critique and effectiveness of documentary.
Mechanics
Poor

Student's analysis has four or more spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.
Fair

Student's analysis has three spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.
Good

Student's analysis has two spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.
Excellent

Student's analysis has one or no spelling errors and/or grammatical errors.



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