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Compare/Contrast film and short story 
The purpose of this rubric is to allow the student to know what the expectations are for writing a comparing/contrasting essay.
Rubric Code: N2XA8AB
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Needs revision

1 pts

Introduction

Excellent

Clearly outline the titles of both the film and the Short story, provides a brief summary of each story and makes connections to the genre.
Good

Mentions both film and book, identifies some aspects of the stories and mentions genre.
Fair

Organisation of introduction needs work: Either film or Short story title are missing.
Needs revision

Little or no introduction, ideas need to be organised cohesively.
Body paragraphs

Excellent

Each pragraph identifies and lucidly explains an idea and supports with evidence from both stories.
Good

Each paragraph identifies ideas. May need more evidence or evidence may need to be balanced from both stories.
Fair

Better organisation-evidence from the story should match the idea being presented.
Needs revision

The essay resorts to retelling of each story - aspects of plot, character and theme must be discussed.
Comparison/ contrasting points

Excellent

There are at least (3) three clear comparison and three (3) contrasting examples between the film and the book.
Good

There are (2) two comparison and (2) contrasting examples between the film and the book.
Fair

There is (1)one comparison and (1) contrasting example between the movie and the book .
Needs revision

Student has not provided any comparison examples between the movie and the book.
Quotations

Excellent

Quotations are relevant to the idea, well integrated and correctly punctuated.
Good

Quotations are mostly relevant to the ideas presented
Fair

Quotations need to be shorter or more carefully chosen to illustrate key points.
Needs revision

There are no quotations.
Conclusion

Excellent

Conclusion reinforces ideas, connects to the concept of genre and leaves the reader with clear ideas.
Good

Conclusion lacks one of the areas at left.
Fair

Conclusion os abrupt or retells stories.
Needs revision

There is no conclusion.



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  • Compare/Contrast Essay, film to book comparrision, Writing, Essays, English,







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