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Grading Criteria for VLOG assignment 
Vlog History Roaring 20's
Rubric Code: L246A6W
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Subject: History  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 6-8, Undergraduate

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  Poor

1 pts

Needs Improvement

2 pts

Satisfactory

3 pts

Good

4 pts

Grammar

Poor

Student was difficult to understand and had a hard time communicating their ideas and responses because of grammar mistakes.
Needs Improvement

Student was able to express their ideas and responses adequately but often displayed inconsistencies with their sentence structure and tenses.
Satisfactory

Student was able to express their ideas and responses fairly well but makes mistakes with their tenses, however was still able to communicate meaning effectively.
Good

Student was able to express their ideas and responses with ease in proper sentence structure and tenses.
Pronunciation

Poor

Student was difficult to understand, quiet in speaking, unclear in pronunciation.
Needs Improvement

Student was slightly unclear with pronunciation at times, but generally is fair.
Satisfactory

Pronunciation was good and did not interfere with communication
Good

Pronunciation was very clear and easy to understand.
Vocabulary

Poor

Student had inadequate vocabulary words to express his/her ideas properly, which hindered the students in responding.
Needs Improvement

Student was able to use broad vocabulary words but was lacking, making him/her repetitive and cannot expand on his/her ideas.
Satisfactory

Student utilized the words learned in class, in an accurate manner for the situation given.
Good

Rich, precise and impressive usage of vocabulary words learned in and beyond of class.
Fluency

Poor

Speech is very slow, stumbling, nervous, and uncertain with response, except for short or memorized expressions. Difficult for a listener to understand
Needs Improvement

Speech is slow and often hesitant and irregular. Sentences may be left uncompleted, but the student is able to continue.
Satisfactory

Speech is mostly smooth but with some hesitation and unevenness caused primarily by rephrasing and groping for words.
Good

Speech is effortless and smooth with speed that comes close to that of a native speaker.
Content

Poor

The student's content is not relevant to any of the the assessment topics and the student has little understanding/comprehension of assessment requirements.
Needs Improvement

The student's content has some relevance to the assessment topics, but incorrect words are used. The student demonstrates some understanding of assessment requirements.
Satisfactory

The student's content is relevant to the assessment topic, with few errors. The student has general understanding of assessment requirements.
Good

The student's content reflects good understanding of the assessment topics with no errors. The student has good grasp of assessment requirements.










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