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iRubric: Audiobook Rubric - Spanish

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Audiobook Rubric - Spanish 
Bookcasting is a recorded audio podcast about a original book. A bookcast is a recording of a short story that you can create and share with one another. Free online tools such as Audacity http://audacity.com, G Cast http://gcast.com, or Pod Bean http://podbean.com make recording audio and sharing simple. The podcast should be 5-7 minutes in length and should include a clear description of the genre, characters, plot, and setting.
Rubric Code: H225W7W
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Advanced

(5 - 7 minutes)

5 pts

Good

(4-5 minutes)

4 pts

Needs Work

(3-4 minutes)

3 pts

Not Proficient

(1 to 3 minutes)

2 pts

Introduction
10 %

(0.5 pts)

Advanced

Begins with an interesting introduction to the short story title, author, and genre. The introduction grabs the audience's attention.
Good

Begins with a clear introduction to the short story that includes title and author, and genre.
Needs Work

Introduction is lacking some of the necessary elements and is not particularly interesting.
Not Proficient

Introduction is lacking many of the necessary elements and is unclear.
Content/Organization
50 %

(2.5 pts)

Advanced

Student presents information clear, logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow in English.
Student demonstrates full knowledge of the short story and engages the audience with enthusiasm in English.
Good

Students presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow in English.
Students is at ease with content and has an easy flow within the message in English.
Needs Work

Audience has difficulty following presentation because student jumps around in the audio. The presentation was somewhat unclear and may have been lacking in some organization.
Not Proficient

Audience cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence of information.Content is weak. Facts are inaccurate. Student should have written in more depth.
Volume and Clarity
30 %

(1 pts)

Advanced

Student spoke clearly, confidently, fluently, and precise pronunciation of terms. Animation about the topic is present (you can present the drawing of your characters). All audience can hear without effort in English.
Good

Student's voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear with little effort in English.
Student have some animation about the topic.
Needs Work

Student could not always be heard or was unclear at some points (voice low). Student incorrectly pronounces terms. Little enthusiasm or animation was shown towards the topic.
Not Proficient

No animation or enthusiasm were shown.
Student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, and speaks too quietly for audience to hear.
Conclusion
10 %

(1 pts)

Advanced

Conclusion sums up the short story enthusiastically with why someone should read this short story and for whom it is best suited (age group/maturity level).
Good

Conclusion sums up the short story with why someone should read this short story and shows some enthusiasm.
Needs Work

Conclusion shows little enthusiasm but does sum up the short story. The presenter attempts to tell why someone should read this short book.
Not Proficient

Conclusion sums up the story poorly with no enthusiasm or does not tell why someone should read this short story.



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  • Fiction, oral, book talk, podcast

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