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Choral reading: Shel Silverstein 
Students will prepare and present a short choral reading for one of Shel Silverstein's poems
Rubric Code: L2X8634
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Choral Reading
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

5 pts

Pronunciation & Punctuation

Poor

Student prononounced most words and used most punctuation incorrectly.
Fair

Student prononounced some words and used some punctuation correctly.
Good

Student prononounced most words and used most punctuation correctly.
Excellent

Student prononounced all words and used all punctuation correctly.
Volume & Clarity

Poor

Student's voice was never clear, and the audience could not hear them.
Fair

Student's voice was rarely clear, and most of the audience could not hear them.
Good

Student spoke in a mostly clear voice, and could be heard by the majority of the audience.
Excellent

Student spoke very clearly, and was heard by all of audience.
Phrasing, Timing

Poor

Student was not understood by the audience because the student sped through their lines.
Fair

Student needs to improve on timing and phrasing. Part/role was hard to understand because the student spoke too quickly.
Good

Student used good timing and phrasing. Part/role was spoken in a voice that was usually steady. Student spoke slightly too fast.
Excellent

Student used excellent timing and phrasing. Part/role was spoken in a steady voice. Student did not speak too quickly.
Getting into character

Poor

Student did not use gestures, voice fluctuations, or facial expressions.
Fair

Student tried a few gestures, voice fluctuations, and facial expressions. Student did not make the audience believe that they really were the character.
Good

Student used some gestures, voice fluctuations, and facial expressions to enhance meaning of the part played. Student worked toward getting into character.
Excellent

Student used gestures, voice fluctuations, and facial expressions to enhance meaning of the part played. Student made others believe that he/she really was the character.



Keywords:
  • Drama, Reader's Theatre, performance







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