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iRubric: Intorduction to Theatre - design/scene rubric

iRubric: Intorduction to Theatre - design/scene rubric

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Intorduction to Theatre - design/scene built by theatremama

Rubric Code: X5CA98
This will asses the student's set/scene projects. The design process and development of a scene from a story is addressed in this project.
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Keywords: perspective, characters, plot, backdrop, fourth walll,
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Not Meeting
1 pts
Working Towards
2 pts
Meeting
3 pts
Exceeding Standards
4 pts
Perspective Design
Not Meeting

None of the elements of the tutorial are included in the drawing.
Working Towards

A few of the elements of the tutorial are included in the drawing. Some of the elements of perspective are developed.
Meeting

All of the elements of the tutorial are in the drawing. Perspective is clearly understood. A clear style is seen in the second drawing.
Exceeding Standards

All of the elements of the tutorial are in the drawing. Perspective is clearly understood. A clear style is seen in the second drawing. The artist's voice is clearly heard.
Story Design
Not Meeting

None of the elements of the story are included in the drawing. No attempt is made to use perspective.
Working Towards

A few of the elements of the story are in the design. Perspective is used minimally.
Meeting

All of the important elements of the story are in the design. Perspective is a major component in the drawing. A clear style is communicated to the audience. The design is usable for a scene.
Exceeding Standards

All of the important elements of the story are in the design. Perspective is a major component in the drawing. A clear style is communicated to the audience. The design is usable for a scene. The artist's voice is clearly heard.
Backdrop (Designers)
Not Meeting

The backdrop is not completed.
Working Towards

Some of the backdrop is completed. The backdrop and the design are not the same. There are some perspective elements evident.
Meeting

The backdrop is completed. Perspective is a major component. Disimilarities between the design and the backdrop are due to artist choice. The backdrop is usable for the scene.
Exceeding Standards

The backdrop is completed. Perspective is a major component. Disimilarities between the design and the backdrop are due to artist choice. The backdrop is usable for the scene. The artist clearly communicates their unique interpreation of the story.
Scene (acting)
Not Meeting

The scene is not ready to perform. The actors are not focused.
Working Towards

The story is somewhat communicated. The actors are sometimes focused on the scene.
Actor frequently moves and speaks with a clear purpose. The character is evident more often than the actor.
Meeting

The story is clearly communicated to the audience. The backdrop is used.
The actor's voice and body are integrated to protray a clear character which is sustained throughout the scene.
Exceeding Standards

The story is clearly communicated to the audience. The backdrop is used.
The actor's voice and body are integrated to protray a clear character which is sustained throughout the scene. The actors communicate a unique intrepretation of the story.



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