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Character Interview 
Interview a Character: Brainstorm a list of ten questions you would like to ask one of the main characters from The Prince and the Pauper and answer them as if you are that character.
Rubric Code: UXCXAC7
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: (none)

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  Way to go!

4 pts

Good work.

3 pts

Not quite there...

2 pts

Needs work.

(N/A)

Interview Questions

The questions were relevant, and connected to unit theme.

Way to go!

The questions/responses varied in type and were relevant. These included higher thinking questions /responses(not just a basic "What happened?") Many connections were made to the unit theme.
Good work.

The questions/responses in the presentation varied, but focused too much on simple ideas. There was some connections to the unit theme.
Not quite there...

The questions/responses in the presentation were simple, literal questions and did not vary much. There was limited connections to the unit theme.
Needs work.

The questions/responses in the presentation were not logical. There were no connections to the unit theme.
Written Presentation

The presentation showed comprehension of the text. The presentation was easy to follow.

Way to go!

Interview Questions and Answers show the students understand the literal meaning of the text and they were able to draw inferences from the reading. The presentation was fluent and easy to follow. No grammatical errors in written interview
Good work.

Conversation had relevant questions and showed knowledge and deeper thinking, but wasn't well organized.
Few grammatical errors in written interview
Not quite there...

Conversation is somewhat limited (shows a lack of understanding of the text).Several grammatical errors in written interview
Needs work.

Conversation showed no understanding of the text. Numerous grammatical errors in written interview
Overall Flow of Interview

Way to go!

The questions make a natural transition from one to the next. The responses reveal salient information about the author/text.
Good work.

The questions have a somewhat unnatural flow from one to the next. The responses are adequately constructed and reveal already-known information.
Not quite there...

The questions are somewhat random and do not have the structure of a solid interview. The responses are somewhat vague and reveal little new information.
Needs work.

The questions are completely random and do not have the structure of a good interview. The responses are vague and reveal no new information.
Grammar, Spelling

Way to go!

The interview has no more than two mechanical errors.
Good work.

The interview has very few (3-4) mechanical errrors.
Not quite there...

The interview has several grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.
Needs work.

The interview has numerous (more than 6) grammatical, punctuation and spelling errors.



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