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Silent Movie 
Rubric Code: L229C6X
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Subject: Communication  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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3 pts

Screenplay
10 %

1 ( x 10 %)

half page but no more; not double-spaced
2 ( x 10 %)

.5-1 page; double spaced
3 ( x 10 %)

one page, double-spaced
Exposition/beginning
10 %

1 ( x 10 %)

no nonverbal communication
2 ( x 10 %)

moving but task unclear
3 ( x 10 %)

Obvious task being performed
Inciting Incident
10 %

1 ( x 10 %)

second person enters; reason unclear
2 ( x 10 %)

person #2 slightly interrupts, but it does not make a big impact
3 ( x 10 %)

person #2 interrupts with big impact
Physical commotion
10 %

1 ( x 10 %)

Other characters have left the scene without making a commotion
2 ( x 10 %)

Other characters are in the scene but no physical commotion impact
3 ( x 10 %)

physical commotion occurs between characters
Problem resolved
10 %

1 ( x 10 %)

No obviously conclusion to the movie; it just stops.
2 ( x 10 %)

the audience wonders what just happened.
3 ( x 10 %)

By the end of the movie, the problem is resolved.
Nonverbal communication
50 %

1 ( x 50 %)

One or zero people in the movie attempt to use non-verbal communication to communicate the story. The story is unclear because non-verbal communication does not make it clear.
2 ( x 50 %)

Some people in the movie do not effectively use non-verbal language to communicate, and the story is sometimes hard to understand.
3 ( x 50 %)

All people in the movie utilize body language to communicate: eyes/eyebrows, hand/arm/finger gestures, whole body language, head position. . . and non-verbal communication makes the storyline clear to the audience.




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