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iRubric: Math Demonstration Screencast Rubric

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Math Demonstration Screencast Rubric 
Use this rubric to evaluate screencasts produced by Summit High School students in the on-line speech class.
Rubric Code: VA586X
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Subject: Education  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5, 9-12

Powered by iRubric Introductory Screencast
Use this rubric to evaluate screencasts.
  4 Advanced Screencast

4 pts

3 Proficient Screencast

3 pts

2 Progressing

2 pts

1- Re-do Screencast

1 pts


4 Advanced Screencast

-Purpose of screencast clearly & creatively stated<BR>
-Draws the audience in with an attention getter<BR>
-Previews main points of presentation
Include title screen
-Screencaster(s) introduced clearly & creatively
3 Proficient Screencast

-Purpose of screencast is clearly stated<BR>
-Appeals to audience with an attention getter<BR>
-Includes title screen
-Introduces screencaster(s)
2 Progressing

-Purpose of screencast stated (but unclear)<BR>
-Does not use an attention getter.<BR>
-Limited preview of main points
-Screencaster(s) introduced
1- Re-do Screencast

-Revise script to include the purpose of screencast<BR>
-Revise script to appear more interesting or relevant to audience.<BR>
-find a way to preview main points<BR>
-Make sure to include screencaster(s) introduction
Visual Quality

4 Advanced Screencast

-Student finds creative ways to show or demonstrate the information on screen.
3 Proficient Screencast

-Every movement on screen has a purpose that supports the description of the information.
2 Progressing

-Some accidental or unrelated movements on-screen.
1- Re-do Screencast

-Re-record screencast with movements or actions that support the lesson.
Audio Quality

4 Advanced Screencast

-Extremely well-rehearsed, smooth delivery in a conversational style<BR>
-Voice is clear, expressive, and enthusiastic<BR>
-Voice volume enhances presentation.<BR>
-Free of background noise, fumble sounds or dead space
3 Proficient Screencast

-Well-rehearsed & almost always smooth delivery<BR>
-Voice is clear and expressive<BR>
-Voice volume fits presentation<BR>
-Some extra noise or dead space that does not interfere with meaning.
2 Progressing

-Adequate rehearsal, but sometimes mechanical<BR>
-Some parts of the audio need to be re-recorded to increase clarity or expression<BR>
-Too noisy in background<BR>
-Try re-recording in a quieter area of room.
1- Re-do Screencast

-Practice your presentation until it doesn’t sound like you are reading<BR>
-Make sure your voice sounds expressive & rhythmic<BR>
-Speed up or slow down<BR>
-Re-record your screencast in a quiet area of room, without any long pauses or “ums.”
Timing & Content

4 Advanced Screencast

-Screencast length keeps the audience interested & engaged.<BR>
-Screencast is within maximum allotted time and does not have long periods of silence<BR>
- Skill is demonstrated in a simplistic manner with clearly identified steps
3 Proficient Screencast

-Screencast length is just right (not too long, not too short)<BR>
-Screencast is within the allotted time with minimal pauses of silence<BR>
-Skill demonstrated in a somewhat simplistic manner <BR>
-Steps somewhat identified
2 Progressing

-Screencast length is adequate.<BR>
-screencast exceeds allotted time by 15 seconds or less<BR>
-Skill demonstrated in somewhat complicated manner<BR>
-Steps not identified
1- Re-do Screencast

-Rehearse some more. Cut down or add on to best use screencast technology.<BR>
-screencast exceeds allotted time and/or contains long periods of silence<BR>
-Skill demonstrated in complicated manner<BR>
-Not broken into steps
Vocal Delivery

4 Advanced Screencast

-All spoken sentences are grammatically correct.<BR>
-No slang or short-hand.
3 Proficient Screencast

-Some errors in grammar.<BR>
-Some slang or short-hand.
2 Progressing

-3 or 4 grammatical errors<BR>
-Grammar or slang interfere with viewers’ comprehension of the term.
1- Re-do Screencast

-Need to edit out 5 or more grammatical errors<BR>
-Re-record to ensure speech is clear and comprehensible.

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