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iRubric: One-Act Play rubric

iRubric: One-Act Play rubric

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One-Act Play

  Derived from rubric: One-Act Play
built by lynnettekeating

Rubric Code: C2A566
After reading plays students write their own one-act with a character page, scenes, stage directions, etc.
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Keywords: Playwriting
Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Writing  
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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Needs Work
1 pts
Structure
Excellent

The one-act play follows the proposed structure, and there is a clear beginning, middle, and end. The play opens in media res, and there is some type of closure at the end. The entire play takes place in one scene.
Good

The one-act play follows the proposed structure, and there is a beginning, middle, and end. The play does not open in media res, and there may not be closure at the end. The entire play is one scene.
Fair

The one-act play hardly follows the proposed structure, and the beginning, middle, and end are somewhat unclear. Scene changes are added unnecessarily.
Needs Work

The one-act play does not have a clear beginning, middle, and ending.
Dialogue
Excellent

The dialogue is realistic and interesting. Lines are short; characters interrupt one another, repeat lines, answer questions with questions, and change the subject abruptly
Good

The dialogue is somewhat realistic and interesting. Lines are short; characters occasionally interrupt one another, etc.
Fair

The dialogue is hardly realistic or interesting. Lines may be wordy, and characters speak too politely/formally.
Needs Work

Dialogue is extremely unrealistic.
Development
Excellent

As the scene unfolds, the reader gains sufficient insight into the characters, their fears, and the conflict. Scene either pits a character with his/her greatest fear or new alliances develop.
Good

As the scene unfolds, the reader gains some insight into the characters, their fears, and the conflict. Holes may exist, but the situation is explained and explored.
Fair

As the scene unfolds, the reader gains little insight into the characters, their fears, and the conflict. The reader is left without much information on the characters and/or their situations.
Needs Work

The scene is extremely undeveloped. The copy looks like an initial draft.
Characters
Excellent

Characters are layered and interesting. Fears, interests, and personality are explored, and characters are unique. No clone characters appear. Each character has a reason to be in the scene.
Good

Characters are layered and interesting. Fears, interests, and personality are briefly explored, but characters might be similar to one another. Each character has a reason to be in the scene.
Fair

Characters are hardly layered, but interesting. Fears, interests, and personality are only slightly revealed. Characters are similar to one another, and it's unclear why some characters are there.
Needs Work

Characters are not layered or interesting. They are one-dimensional, identical, and/or unnecessary.
Nuts and Bolts
Excellent

One-act is typed, double spaced, and in an acceptable font. Name, date, course, and instructor appears in the corner. Unique title appears.
Good

One-act is typed, double spaced, and in an acceptable font. Name appears in the corner. Title appears, but may be generic.
Fair

One-act is typed, but name and title are missing.
Needs Work

One-act is sloppy and hand-written.



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