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Historical Figure Monologue 
Students must write an informative monologue and perform. The monologue must be about one of the selected historical figures. Historical accuracy is required. Students should dress in character and include props. Memorization is a plus.
Rubric Code: F2468C2
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Historical Figures Monologue
  Level 1

1 pts

Level 2

2 pts

Level 3

3 pts

Level 4

4 pts

Writing style

Level 1

The student did not write in 1st person POV, and failed to expressed the figure's voice and perspective. No clear plot pattern. The monologue is vague and difficult to flo
Level 2

The student did not write in 1st person POV, and losely expressed the figure's voice and perspective. No clear plot pattern.
Level 3

The student wrote in 1st person POV, and sort of expressed the figure's voice and perspective through a conversation that has a beginning, middle, and end.
Level 4

The student wrote in 1st person POV, and clearly expressed the figure's voice and perspective through a conversation that has a clear beginning, middle, and end.
Oral Presentation

Level 1

Student did not get in to character at all, read from notes, not prepared.
Level 2

Student spoke in a quiet voice, and there was a lack of interest and enthusiasm. Needs more eye contact and knowledge of content.
Level 3

Student spoke in a clear and loud voice, with interest and enthusiasm. They used eye contact, were prepared, and had knowledge of the content.
Level 4

Fulfilled all of the level three criteria plus had a clear understanding of the topic, used props, memorized the content, held the attention of the audience and/or included audience participation.
Historical Content

Level 1

Little historical relevance. More research needed.
Level 2

Too much emphasis on personal life and not enough on political life and significance to Canadian history.
Level 3

Explains the significance to Canadian history.
Level 4

Detailed explanation of significance to Canadian history. Thoroughly researched using more than one source.
Mechanics

Level 1

The errors in grammar and structure make the monologue impossible to understand.
Level 2

The errors make the monologue difficult to follow, but allow the listener to get the main idea.
Level 3

The errors make the monologue a little bit difficult to follow, but the main idea and through-line are clear.
Level 4

The monologue has few to any grammatical errors. The monologue's main idea and through-line are clear and fully accomplished.










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