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Graphic Novel 
Students will create a graphic novel for a story. The graphic novel should demonstrate comprehension and include graphic novel components.
Rubric Code: NXACB79
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Subject: Social Sciences  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Panels

Excellent

13 or more panels were used, and the story line progresses in a logical sequence.
Good

10 pages were used, but the reader is confused from one page or panel to the next.
Fair

Minimum requirement of pages/panels was not met, and the story line is not sequential
Poor

Minimum requirement of pages/panels was not met, little to no evidence the book was read.
Comprehension

Excellent

Displays an extensive understanding of the characters, plot and setting. Enhances meaning of the story for the reader.
Good

Displays a clear understanding of the characters, plot and setting. However, it leaves the reader slightly confused as to the meaning of the story.
Fair

Displays a minimal understanding of the characters, plot and/or setting. Does not represent meaning at all.
Poor

Does not display an understanding of the characters, plot and/or setting. Little evidence that the story was read.
Captions & Thought/Speech Bubbles

Excellent

Captions, quotations and thought/speech bubbles are related to the the story; connections to story are easy to understand.
Good

Captions, quotations and thought/speech bubbles are related to the story; most connections to story are easy to understand.
Fair

Captions, quotations and/or thought/speech bubbles are somewhat related to the story; connections are less obvious and hard to understand.
Poor

Captions, quotations and/or thought/speech bubbles do not relate to the story; no demonstration of text comprehension; no connection to story.
Creativity

Excellent

Project is creative, unique, and shows excellent originality and comprehension of story. Evidence that panels were well thought out.
Good

Project is original; shows care and organization as well as vague comprehension of story.
Fair

Project shows little originality; clearly confusion in comprehension of story.
Poor

Project contains no originality, creativeness or comprehension; writing copied directly from text.
Artwork

Excellent

Artwork is student created and colorful, attention to detail, captions and bubbles are easily defined in the pictures. Follows story line. Creative and carefully planned. Synthesis and application of reading is evident with the use of symbolism.
Good

Artwork is complete but missing color/definition. Some pictures do not fit the story line. Little symbolism is evident.
Fair

Artwork is done hastily, without thought, does not add to the story
Poor

No artwork



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  • English, Novel, Project, Graphic Novel


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