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The Trial of Boo Radley 
To Kill A Mockingbird Capstone Project
Rubric Code: E23X225
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Outstanding

20 pts

Proficient

16 pts

Basic

12 pts

Insufficient

0 pts

Research & Preparation

Outstanding

The student's witness statements were fully developed, consistent with the novel and accurately performed. The student's attorney questions were relevant, logical and asked appropriately. The student displayed thorough understanding of the legal issues at question and how those issues related to the case, in addition to asking relevant questions during deliberations.
Proficient

The student achieved at least two of the key criteria for his/her/their role.
Basic

The student achieved at least one of the key criteria for his/her/their role.
Insufficient

The student did not achieve any of the key criteria for his/her/their role.
Presentation Skills

Outstanding

The student spoke clearly, with appropriate volume and tone, and maintained a strong presence throughout the trial.
Proficient

The student spoke clearly, with appropriate volume and tone most of the time, and maintained a strong presence through most of the trial.
Basic

The student spoke clearly, with appropriate volume and tone some of the time, and maintained a strong presence through some of the trial.
Insufficient

The student did not speak clearly, with appropriate volume and tone, and did display a strong presence at any point in the trial.
Authenticity

Outstanding

The student maintained consistency throughout the trial, used body language, facial expressions and other cues appropriately; and fully understood his/her/their role in the trial.
Proficient

The student maintained consistency through most of the trial, used body language, facial expressions and other cues appropriately; and mostly understood his/her/their role in the trial.
Basic

The student maintained consistency through some of the trial, used body language, facial expressions and other cues appropriately; and had some understanding of his/her/their role in the trial.
Insufficient

The student did not maintain consistency through some of the trial, used body language, facial expressions and other cues appropriately; and had no understanding of his/her/their role in the trial.
Courtroom Decorum

Outstanding

The student acted appropriately throughout the trial, interacting with others in character and did not disrupt/derail the activity.
Proficient

The student acted appropriately through most of the trial, interacting with others in character and did not disrupt/derail the activity.
Basic

The student acted appropriately through some of the trial, interacting with others in character and did not disrupt/derail the activity.
Insufficient

The student disrupted or derailed the activity.
Post-Trial Summary & Reflection
Summary

Outstanding

The student delivered a very well-written two-page summary accurately re-telling the key events of the trial. The summary is free of grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Proficient

The student delivered a reasonably well-written one or two-page summary accurately re-telling the key events of the trial. The summary might have some small errors in its re-telling. The summary is mostly free of grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Basic

The student delivered one or less-than-one-page summary re-telling the key events of the trial. The summary has major errors in its re-telling. The summary contains many grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Insufficient

The student did not submit the assignment and/or the work submitted does not meet the standards of the class.
Reflection

Outstanding

The student delivered a very well-written two-part reflecting in which he/she/they fully discussed/explained their opinions about the verdict and their feelings about the project. The summary is free of grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Proficient

The student delivered a reasonably well-written two-part reflecting in which he/she/they partly discussed/explained their opinions about the verdict and their feelings about the project. The summary is mostly free of grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Basic

The student delivered a one-part reflecting in which he/she/they partly discussed/explained their opinions about the verdict or their feelings about the project. The summary contains many grammar, spelling, or other mistakes.
Insufficient

The student did not submit the assignment and/or the work submitted does not meet the standards of the class.




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