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iRubric: Theatre Essay rubric

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Theatre Essay rubric

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Rubric Code: JXCB594
Students will watch a short video and write a one page essay on how theatre can be an instrument of social change on a local and global stage.
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Keywords: essay
Categories: Subjects: English   Humanities  
Types: Writing  
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  Emergent
0 pts
Developing
2 pts
Expanding
4 pts
Proficient
6 pts
Points
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Introduction
Emergent

Introduction does not introduce topic.
Developing

Introduction attempts to introduce topic. Following points are not obvious.
Expanding

Introduction introduces topic but is wordy or too specific.
Proficient

Introduction is concise and introduces topic in a general but interesting way.
Points


Paragraphs
Emergent

No topic sentences. No linking of paragraphs.
Developing

Some use of topic sentences. Little to no linking of paragraphs.
Expanding

Most paragraphs have a topic sentence. Some linking of paragraphs.
Proficient

All paragraphs are well structured with topic sentences. Sequenced well and linked to the next paragraph.
Points


Supporting Points and Details
Emergent

No supporting points or details are provided.
Developing

There may be one or two supporting points: details are inadequate.
Expanding

There are supporting points, though some may be missing. Details are included, but may not fully support points.
Proficient

There are details which support the points. Ideas are explained and expanded on.
Points


Conclusion
Emergent

No conclusion is apparent in the essay.
Developing

Conclusion may be attempted, but does not summarize or restate thesis.
Expanding

Conclusion provides a summary of supporting points: it is wordy and does not restate the thesis.
Proficient

Conclusion is concise and summarizes supporting points: restates the thesis in a new way.
Points


Conventions
Mechanics
Emergent

Errors are glaring and the essay is difficult to read.
Developing

There are several errors which detract from the overall meaning and flow of the essay.
Expanding

Minimal errors are found (2-4). They do not detract from the general flow of the essay.
Proficient

Errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization are not found (0-2).
Points


Flow/Transitions
Emergent

No flow to writing. Argument is difficult to follow. <BR>
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No transitions used.
Developing

Sentences are short or run-ons. Flow of essay is hard to follow. <BR>
<BR>
Little to no transitions used.
Expanding

Vocabulary or writing style needs further development. <BR>
<BR>
Some basic transitions used.
Proficient

Writing has voice and flows easily.<BR>
<BR>
Appropriate transitions used.
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