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French video/presentation 
Students will create a "French video" that will be 5 to 7 minutes in length. A soap-opera, product, movie trailer, etc. The video must include each partner speaking 200 words of French. All members of the team will contribute and participate in the video. You may use others for your video. The final script due 11/9/2011 the video is due 4/15/2012
Rubric Code: C234B8X
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Fair

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Poor

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Not Complete

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Plot/Script

Excellent

5
Script has an indepth, complete, logical story with a beginning, middle and end.
Good

4
Script is complete, logical story with a beginning, middle and end.
Fair

3
Script is complete with a few rough spots; needs more length.
Poor

2
Script is incomplete with major gaps; length is too short
Not Complete

0
No script was turned in.
Spelling and Grammar

Excellent

5
There were few grammar / spelling errors
(1-2). Students used vocabulary and grammar we learned in class. No evidence of Google Translate.
Good

4
There were some grammar / spelling errors
(3-4) Students used mostly vocabulary and grammar we learned in class. No evidence of Google Translate.
Fair

3
There were many grammar / spelling errors
(5-7) Students used some vocabulary and grammar we learned in class. Some evidence of Google Translate.
Poor

2
There were numerous errors that made it difficult to understand (8-10) Students used little vocabulary and grammar we learned in class. Evidence of Google Translate.
Not Complete

0
11 or more errors.Students used little vocabulary and grammar we learned in class. Evidence of Google Translate.
Pronunciation/Dialogue

Excellent

5
Group is fluent, pronounces most/all words correctly. Uses complex ideas, native-like flow of speech.
Good

4
In the group almost all words were pronounced correctly with the exception of 3-5 words.Uses more complex language, but with pauses or chunks.
Fair

3
In the group some words were pronounced correctly with the exception of 6-10 words.
Uses simple sentences.
Poor

2
In the group many words were pronounced incorrectly. 10-15 words were pronounced incorrectly. Language is choppy and disconnected.
Not Complete

0
16 + words were pronounced incorrectly




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Speaking Requirement

Excellent

5
All members met the speaking requirement
Good

4
Only some members met the speaking requirement
Fair

3
Fewer than 2 members met the speaking requirement.
Poor

2
Only one person met the speaking requirement
Not Complete

0
None of the group met the speaking requirement.
Effort

Video quality, props, demonstration of practice

Excellent

5
Excellent editing. Used many detailed props/visuals and/or costumes. Members knew their lines well and participated equally.
Good

4
Good editing. Use of some detailed props/visuals and/or costumes. Members knew their lines but needed cues. Members participated mostly equally.
Fair

3
Adequate editing. Some limited props/visuals and costumes. Members were not very prepared. Members participated somewhat equally.
Poor

2
Poorly edited. Film does not flow/not convincing. Few props/visuals and costumes. Members were ill-prepared. Members did not participate equally.
Not Complete

0
No editing. No movie. No props/visuals or costumes. Members were not prepared at all and participation was not equal at all.



Keywords:
  • Video, French







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