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12 Angry Men Assignment

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Rubric Code: ZX888C8
Students must view the 1950s TV play "12 Angry Men" and critically analyze the issues brought up in the movie. Students must also provide their opinions based on their readings and discussions in class and show critical thinking and justification of opinions.
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Categories: Subjects: Law  
Types: Homework  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric 12 Angry Men Essay
  Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Unacceptable
0 pts
Formatting
12-point, Times New Roman Font, spelling grammar, punctuation, sentence structure
Good

Student may make at most TWO errors of spelling, punctuation or grammar. Overall a clean and organized paper.
Fair

Student makes frequent errors in spelling and punctuation. Errors distract slightly from the reading of the paper.
Poor

Student did not follow directions as to formatting, makes repeated mistakes in spelling and grammar, sentences structure is so bad, it makes the paper difficult to read or understand.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this section of the assignment.
Plot
1. BRIEFLY describe the basic plot of the story. Use your own words, please.
Good

Student uses their own words to make a brief statement about the main points of the play. No longer than one paragraph.
Fair

Student is not brief or concise in describing the play. Goes on for more than 1 paragraph or more than 1/2 a page in their description.
Poor

Student is too concise in their description.
Student does not mention main points of plot.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this section of the assignment.
Interpretation
Do you have the same understanding of the characters as in the beginning of the play?
Good

I am looking for an opinion. Student must explain why they changed their understanding as they did, and why the jurors seemed to change.
Fair

Student fully explains either his or her own interpretation or the interpretation of the jurors, but does not compare both.
Poor

Student gives one or both interpretations, but makes no attempt to explain how it was arrived at.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this portion of the assignment.
Mitigating Factors
What mitigators does Juror #8 point out to the group when he stands alone?
Good

Student correctly identifies 4 of the five mitigators brought up by Juror 8.
Fair

Student correctly identifies only 2 or 3 mitigators from Juror 8 or mixes in mitigators brought up by other characters.
Poor

Student identifies mitigators other than those provided by Juror #8.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this portion of the assignment.
Conformity
How did conformity play a role in the play? Pay particular attention to the changes in tally each time a vote was taken.
Good

Student discusses the definition of conformity Student must relate examples to the play.
Fair

Student does not fully discuss the definition of conformity. Restates, but does not fully relate examples to the movie
Poor

Student does not define conformity. Student does not relate the topic to the play effectively.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this portion of the assignment.
Right in Law
As a student, do you feel that the jury “did the right thing”? Explain what you mean by “right” and how you came to your decision.
Good

Student provides a thoughtful expression of what is "right" in this situation. This can be discussed in terms of what is morally right, legally right, or personally right.
Fair

Student vaguely discusses "right" and "wrong". Student does not delineate between morality, legality, or personal opinion. No examples are used to help explain their decision.
Poor

Student simply states their belief, but does not provide justification for their opinion.
Unacceptable

Student does not attempt this portion of the assignment.



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