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iRubric: Beginners Play Writing Rubric - Grade 5

iRubric: Beginners Play Writing Rubric - Grade 5

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Beginners Play Writing Rubric - Grade 5 built by kappaIII

Rubric Code: WX88488
Evaluates how well students completed the play writing assignment for the original scenes.
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Keywords: play; drama; writing
Categories: Subjects: English   Public Administration  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Plot
Comments:
1

The play lacks a clear beginning, middle, and end.

There is no apparent problem or goal or there is no resolution.
2

The play contains a clear beginning, middle, or end, but not all three.

There is a problem or goal, but it is unclear at times.
The problem or goal is only partially resolved.
3

The play contains a clear beginning, middle, and end.

There is a clear problem or goal.

There is a clear resolution of the problem or goal.
Characters
Comments:
1

The protagonist is not believable or sympathetic.
The protagonist does not appear to have any characteristics.
There is no definite antagonist.
2

The protagonist is either believable or sympathetic, but not both.
The protagonist's character is only mildly clear.
There is an antagonist, but he is not a strong opponent.
3

The protagonist is both believable and sympathetic.
The protagonist has at least one clear characteristic.

The antagonist is a strong opponent.
Settings
Comments:
1

The play's setting is not discernible.

None of the scenes are well described.

Scene changes do not occur at the right time.
2

The play has a specific setting, but it is not immediately well defined.

Some of the scenes are well described, but not all of them.

Scene changes are rough or not timed well.
3

The play's setting is well defined at the beginning of the play.
All of the play's scenes are well described.
Scene changes occur smoothly and at the right time.
Dialogue (6 points)
Comments:
1

Dialogue does not sound natural or realistic.

Dialogue is not individual to each character.

Dialogue is often used for exposition.
2

Dialogue sounds either unnatural or unrealistic.

Dialogue is mildly individual to each character.

Dialogue is sometimes used for exposition.
3

Dialogue sounds natural and realistic.

Dialogue is individual to each character.

Dialogue is never used for exposition.



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