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Creating an Animation Project in Scratch 
Students will be beginning Scratch with CS First Code Your Hero
Rubric Code: L22BWC5
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Subject: Computers  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Scratch: Animation Creation
  Exceptional

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

No Submission

0 pts

Characters/backgrounds

Exceptional

Multiple relevant sprites with costume changes relevant to the story/game. Relevant multiple background designs for story/game.
Good

Use of Multiple relevant sprites with some costume changes. Relevant background design for story/game.
Fair

One relevant sprite with costume change with background change relevant to story/game.
Poor

Use of one sprite with no costume change and/or no background change.
No Submission

No Sprites or background design
Programming

Exceptional

Sprites have multiple and varied interactions in project. Programming follows a logical sequence and tells the story appropriately and to completion. If a game, the game is appropriately challenging and works as intended.
Good

Sprites have multiple movements in project, but lack some logical elements, are disjointed, or only tell a partial story..If a game, the game is playable and works as intended.
Fair

Sprites are programmed to move but have little relevance to the story/game.
Poor

No relevant sprite movement in project.
No Submission

No Submission
Plot (storyline)

Exceptional

The project has a clearly developed plot with an obvious beginning, middle and end
Good

The project has a somewhat developed plot with a beginning, middle and end, but does not tell a clear or complete story.
Fair

The project has a simple plot with no clear beginning, middle and end, with a minimal storyline that is somewhat difficult to follow.
Poor

The project has no plot. The project lacks coherent thought or is completely random in nature.
No Submission

There is no
Sound/Music

Exceptional

Student included a series of sound/music relevant to their story line.
Good

Student included sounds/music which is mostly relevant, but with some logical error or error in synchronization.
Fair

Student started sounds/music, but the logical and synchronization is seriously flawed.
Poor

Student started sounds/music, but the logic and synchronization show a complete lack of effort.
No Submission

No sounds/music
Collaboration/Class Time

Exceptional

Provides useful and constructive peer feedback. Peer review feedback is incorporated in the project. The student is continually focused on the task.
Good

Provides some useful and constructive peer feedback. Most of the class time is focused on the task.
Fair

Provides mostly generic feedback. Student needs some help with collaboration and/or staying on task
Poor

Provides little feedback. Student needs help staying on task.
No Submission

Does not collaborate with others. Student is not focused on the task.
Other

Exceptional
Good
Fair
Poor
No Submission



Keywords:
  • Scratch Computers Programming Animation







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