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Singing Assessment 
This rubric provides a guide for grading students in their singing performance during Choir rehearsals and performance
Rubric Code: P22B66X
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Subject: Music  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric 4th/5th Choir Assessment
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Posture

4

Standing/sitting straight<BR>
-Shoulders back<BR>
-Spine, legs straight<BR>
-feet flat on floor<BR>
-head up<BR>
-Never needs reminded about posture.
3

-Standing straight <BR>
-Shoulders back<BR>
-Spine, legs straight<BR>
-feet flat on floor<BR>
-head up<BR>
-Must be reminded about posture
2

Standing, but either slouching or leaning.<BR>
Standing, but without both feet flat on the floor.
1

-Sitting<BR>
-Slouching<BR>
-Leaning on furniture<BR>
-Standing with one knee popped
Projection

4

Singing at appropriate volume (audible, yet not shouted) independantly.
3

Singing at appropriate volume (audible, yet not shouted) with prompting from teacher.
2

-on task<BR>
-singing, but without confidence<BR>
-poor breath support
1

-not singing<BR>
-mumbling
Tone quality

4

-Singing with appropriate fullness of tone quality for grade level/age<BR>
-Good breath support
3

-Singing with appropriate fullness of tone quality for grade level/age<BR>
-Good breath support
2

-singing, though with poor breath support<BR>
-too little physical effort
1

-mumbling<BR>
-speaking<BR>
-shouting
Accuracy of Pitch

4

-Uses proper head voice.<BR>
-Sings on pitch in correct pitch register all of the time.<BR>
-Follows melodic direction
3

-Uses proper head voice most of the time.<BR>
-Sings on pitch most of the time.
2

Uses head voice some of the time.<BR>
-Singing some right notes/pitches.<BR>
-Lack of control on pitches.
1

-never uses head voice.<BR>
-not singing<BR>
-No right pitches<BR>
-too low or too high<BR>
-uses talking instead of singing voice
Classroom Behavior

4

Student is well-behaved, does her/his best, follows directions
3

Student is well behaved, but could try harder in class.
2

Student sometimes does not pay attention and is not on task
1

Student does not follow instructions and bothers neighbors



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