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English 9: Video of News Broadcast 
Working in groups of four, create a television news video. Include local, national, and international news, science /technology, weather, sports, food or celebrity interview and/or a commercial to the show. The team may produce the news inside a studio or with reporters.
Rubric Code: E246ACX
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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News Broadcast Rubric
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Organization
20 pts

No Work Completed

None of the 5 w's are answered.
Poor

Audience cannot understand presentation because only one or two of the 5W's (What, Where, Who, When, Why, possibly How) are not answered. There is no sequence of information.
Fair

Audience has difficulty following presentation because only three or less of the 5W's (What, Where, Who, When, Why, possibly How) are not answered.because student jumps around.
Good

Student presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow. Four of the 5W's (What, Where, Who, When, Why, possibly How) are answered.
Excellent

Student presents information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow.All of the 5W's (What, Where, Who, When, Why, possibly How) are answered.
Content
10 pts

No Work Completed

Student is not prepared.
Poor

Content is weak. Facts are inaccurate. Student should have research in more depth.
Fair

Student is uncomfortable with information.
Good

Student is at ease with content and has an easy flow within the message.
Excellent

Student demonstrates full knowledge of the product and engages the audience with enthusiasm.
Style and Delivery
10 pts

No Work Completed
Poor

Speaker did not speak to the audience/camera and read presentation from paper. Poorly timed. Appears to have not practiced.
Fair

Audience could see and hear most of presentation. Speaker seems uncertain of him/her self.
Good

Audience could see and hear speaker clearly, good use of verbal intonation is used.
Excellent

Audience could see & hear speakers clearly. Speaker uses pauses and verbal intonation that work effectively.
Clarity and Pronounciation
10 pts

No Work Completed
Poor

Student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, and speaks too quietly for viewing audience to hear
Fair

Student's voice is low. Student incorrectly pronounces terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing
Good

Student's voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear with little effort.
Excellent

Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise pronunciation of terms. Student is enthusiastic. All viewing audience can hear without effort.
Grammar/spelling
10 pts

Includes punctuation.

No Work Completed

11 or more errors.
Poor

There were numerous errors that made it difficult to understand (8-10)
Fair

There were many grammar / spelling errors (5-7)
Good

There were few grammar / spelling errors (3-4)
Excellent

There were hardly any grammar / spelling errors (1-2).
Visual
10 pts

No Work Completed
Poor

No backgrounds, images, props, costume are used to support presentation.
Fair

Very few backgrounds, images, props, costume are used to support presentation.
Good

Backgrounds, images, props, costume are used to improve presentation.
Excellent

Well-selected backgrounds, images, props, costume aid to support presentation.
Length
5 pts

No Work Completed

0 - 1min
Poor

1 - 1.5.min
Fair

1.5 - 2min
Good

2 - 2.5min
Excellent

2.5 - 3min
Deadline
5 pts

No Work Completed

The project is 2 days late or not turned in.
Poor

The project was turned in the next day after school began
Fair

The project was turned in the next day before school began.
Good

The video was completed later in the day that it was due.
Excellent

The video was in class on time and ready to present the day it was due.
Direction
10 pts

No Work Completed

No direction.
Poor

Poorly directed. Film does not flow/not convincing. Parts are hard to understand or lack structure or direction. Not well thought out.
Fair

Adequate direction. Some aspects of film do not flow together well. The end result is convincing but more direction and fluidity is needed.
Good

Good direction. There is good flow between scenes. the end result is well adapted and convincing.
Excellent

Excellent direction. Different scenes in film flow together naturally. The overall product is very convincing and well thought out.
Teamwork
10 pts

Did each member play a signigicant role in the production of the film? All on camera!

No Work Completed

No members contributed to the segment.
Poor

Not all members contributed to the segment. or one or more of the project members contributed almost nothing to the production.
Fair

All members at least contributed something. Some members are far less prominent in the segment and video than others.
Good

All members contributed to the segment, but some members did not play as significant a role in the production as a whole.
Excellent

All members contributed an equal significant role to the segment.










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