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iRubric: Romeo and Juliet Film Project rubric

iRubric: Romeo and Juliet Film Project rubric

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Romeo and Juliet Film Project built by CSDincauze

Rubric Code: E7W95A
This rubric incorporates film terminology and subtext to create a script before filming.
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Romeo and Juliet Film Project
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
4 pts
Good
5 pts
Script with subtext
Poor

-includes cursory subtext
-hand written
Fair

-includes subtext, but it is more obligatory than three-dimensional
-typed, but sloppy
Good

-includes subtext that creates a three-dimensional picture of the scene
-typed
Time duration
Poor


Fair

-falls short or goes longer than the allotted time
Good

-stays within the allotted time frame
Subtext aids message
Poor

-subtext ignores any message
Fair

-creates a full-bodied scene, but does not guide the observer to the message
Good

-guides the observer to the message the director intends to convey
Film techniques
Poor

-employs film techniques sparsely
Fair

-employs film techniques, but without vision of the entire scene
Good

-employs camera angles, diagesic sound and non-diagesic sound, movement, and color in a clever way
Message is clear
Poor

-ignores the need for a message and focuses on filming alone
Fair

-portrays a weak message that seems like an add-on
Good

-includes an intentional message that is established before filming



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