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Novel Study Project 
Students will choose and construct a creative representation of their novel from the choices provided.
Rubric Code: K226654
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Comprehension

Excellent

Project displays an extensive understanding of the characters, plot, and theme in the novel. Student utilized elements from the novel to skillfully go beyond the novel itself, adding their own interpretation of events, characters, theme, etc.
Good

Project displays a clear understanding of the characters, plot, and theme in the novel. Student utilized elements from the novel to sufficiently go beyond the novel itself, adding their own interpretation of events, characters, theme, etc.
Satisfactory

Project displays a sound understanding of the characters, plot, and theme in the novel, but this understanding may be lacking in depth and/or complexity. Student utilized some elements from the novel to go somewhat beyond the novel itself.
Fair

Project displays a basic understanding of the characters, plot, and theme in the novel. Student did not utilize sufficient elements from the novel to go beyond the novel itself, and/or did not add their own interpretation of events, characters, theme, etc.
Poor

Project does not display an understanding of the characters, plot, and theme in the novel. Student did not extend ideas beyond the literal ideas of the text.
Relevance of Content

Excellent

Project displays content and details that are truly relevant, interesting, meaniningful, engaging and specific. This student thoughtfully engaged with the details of his or her content.
Good

Project displays content and details that are mostly relevant, interesting, meaniningful, engaging and specific. This student engaged with the details of his or her content.
Satisfactory

Project displays content and details that are somewhat relevant, interesting, meaniningful, engaging and specific. This student should have more thoughtfully engaged with the details of his or her content.
Fair

Project displays content and details that are limited and not very relevant, interesting, meaniningful, engaging and specific. This student did not thoughtfully engage with the details of his or her content.
Poor

Project does not display content and details that are relevant, interesting, meaniningful, engaging and specific. This student did not thoughtfully engage with the details of his or her content.
Organization

Excellent

This project is well organized from beginning to end.
Good

This project is generally well organized.
Satisfactory

This project has a few errors in organizaitonal format that become distracting to the reader.
Fair

This project has limited organization, therefore, reader understanding is impaired.
Poor

This project is poorly organized.
Creativity

Excellent

Project has extremely creative and original ideas. Truly showed the student's creative talents. The project had a strong 'voice' and that voice was distinctive to the author.
Good

Project has several creative and original ideas. Most aspects of the project demonstrated some level of creativity and a satisfactory and unique voice.
Satisfactory

Project has some creative and original ideas. Some aspects of the project demonstrated some level of creativity and a satisfactory and unique voice.
Fair

Project has minimal creativity and original ideas. Most components were a literarl interpretation of the text. The student's unique voice was lacking.
Poor

Project has little to no creative and original ideas.
Accuracy

Excellent

Student provided accurate and detailed explanations where explanations were required. In projects where characters, events, and timelines needed to ring true, the student hit the mark.
Good

Student provided accurate and somewhat detailed explanations where explanations were required. In projects where characters, events, and timelines needed to ring true, the student mostly hit the mark.
Satisfactory

Student provided explanations where explanations were required, although they were not as detailed or accurate as desired. In projects where events, timelines and characters needed to ring true, the student missed the mark .
Fair

Student provided simple explanations where explanations were required. In projects where events, timelines and characters needed to ring true, the student missed their target frequently.
Poor

Student provided few explanations where they were required. In projects where events, timelines and characters needed to ring true, the student missed the mark.
Effort

Excellent

Demonstrates clear and insightful understanding of the connection to the novel and work as a whole. Effort is obvious!
Good

Shows time and thought went into the preparation and execution of the project.
Satisfactory

Shows evidence of time, thought and preparation; however, the final result may have been somewhat simplistic in nature.
Fair

Shows little evidence of time in the project. Minimum amount of effort in project.
Poor

Virtually no time or effort in the project. Looks like a last ditch effort to turn something in.
Proofreading/Editing

Excellent

It is clear that the student spent time in quality proofreading and editing as the final project is virtually error free.
Good

There was definately effort put into proofreading and editing, however, a few errors are popping up.
Satisfactory

The student needs to spend more time in quality proofreading and editing as the final project has a few too many errors.
Fair

Comprehension and enjoyment of the project is becoming impaired as the errors and interfering with the reader/viewer interacting with the work effectively.
Poor

Clearly, the student did not spend adequate time in proof-reading and editing. This work should not have been handed in as a good copy yet.



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