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iRubric: Power and the Individual Paper/Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Power and the Individual Paper/Presentation Rubric

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Power and the Individual Paper/Presentation Rubric built by CaryHall

Rubric Code: RXC828B
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Remember, this is your FINAL EXAM. In total, this project is worth 20% of your grade for this semester.
  Poor
0 pts (F)
Limited
1 pts (D)
Fair
2 pts (C)
Good
3 pts (B)
Excellent
4 pts (A)
Context, Pt. 1
Poor

Does not Introduce the work (speech, article, song, film, etc.) to be discussed. Gives no, or entirely irrelevant, background on the speaker.
Limited

Introduces the work (speech, article, song, film, etc.) to be discussed insufficiently. Gives irrelevant or insufficient background on the speaker.
Fair

Introduces the work (speech, article, song, film, etc.) to be discussed vaguely. Gives some relevant background on the speaker.
Good

Introduces the work (speech, article, song, film, etc.) to be discussed. Gives mostly relevant and sufficient background on the speaker.
Excellent

Introduces the work (speech, article, song, film, etc.) to be discussed and gives background on the speaker, with all relevant information and with nothing irrelevant.
Context, Pt. 2
Poor

Gives no relevant information necessary to fully comprehending the message of the work: not having considered current events, history, communities, traditions, etc.
Limited

Gives little relevant information necessary to fully comprehending the message of the work, having only vaguely considered current events, history, communities, traditions, etc.
Fair

Gives some relevant information necessary to fully comprehending the message of the work, having somewhat considered current events, history, communities, traditions, etc.
Good

Gives most of the relevant information necessary to fully comprehending the message of the work, having mostly considered current events, history, communities, traditions, etc.
Excellent

Gives all relevant information necessary to fully comprehending the message of the work, having considered current events, history, communities, traditions, etc.
Comprehension & Analysis
Poor

The connotative and/or denotative meanings are misunderstood and/or miscommunicated to the audience.
Limited

The connotative and denotative meanings are shallowly understood and communicated to the audience, but with major lapses in comprehension or analysis of message.
Fair

The connotative and denotative meanings are partially understood and communicated to the audience, with some lapses in comprehension or analysis of message.
Good

The connotative and denotative meanings are understood and communicated to the audience, with some minor lapses in comprehension or analysis of message.
Excellent

Both the connotative and denotative meanings are understood and successfully communicated to the audience.
Relationship to Theme
Poor

Provided a vague interpretation of the work through the lens of Power & the Individual. Made no attempt to tie the work to issues of the twenty-first century.
Limited

Provided a vague interpretation of the work through the lens of Power & the Individual. Made little attempt to tie the work to issues of the twenty-first century.
Fair

Provided a somewhat convincing interpretation of the work through the lens of Power & the Individual. Partially succeeded in tying the work to issues of the twenty-first century.
Good

Provided a mostly clear and convincing interpretation of the work through the lens of Power & the Individual. Successfully tied the work to issues of the twenty-first century.
Excellent

Provided a clear and convincing interpretation of the work through the lens of Power & the Individual. Successfully tied the work to issues of the twenty-first century.
Bibliography & Material
Poor

No sources are cited on a Works Cited page or slide in MLA format. Missing in-text citations within the essay or presentation. Did not provided audience with access to the work being discussed.
Limited

No sources are cited on a Works Cited page or slide in MLA format. And/or missing in-text citations within the essay or presentation.
May not have provided audience with access to the work being discussed.
Fair

No sources are cited on a Works Cited page or slide in MLA format. And/or missing in-text citations within the essay or presentation.
Provided audience with access to the work being discussed.
Good

All sources used are cited on a Works Cited page or slide in MLA format with in-text citations within the essay or presentation.
Provided audience with access to the work being discussed.
Excellent

All sources used are cited on a Works Cited page or slide in MLA format with in-text citations within the essay or presentation.
Provided audience with access to the work being discussed.
Presentation Standards
Poor

Speaker is not well-practiced and has a shallow depth of knowledge, may be at times inaudible, may have little eye contact, and is overly reliant on notes or long pauses. The slides are overly simplistic or overly complex. The slides show effort to do the minimum.
Limited

Speaker is somewhat practiced and has a shallow depth of knowledge, is mostly audible, makes some eye contact, reliant on notes or long pauses. The slides may be overly simplistic or overly complex. The slides show effort to do the minimum.
Fair

Speaker is somewhat practiced and knowledgeable, is audible, often makes eye contact, but may be reliant on notes or long pauses. The slides may be overly simplistic or overly complex. The slides show effort to do the minimum.
Good

Speaker is well practiced and knowledgeable, is audible, often makes eye contact, and is not overly reliant on notes or long pauses. The slides support the presenter, instead of the presenter supporting the slides. The slides show effort to do well, not to do the bare minimum.
Excellent

Speaker is clearly practiced and knowledgeable, is audible, consistently makes eye contact, and is not reliant on notes or long pauses. The slides support the presenter, instead of the presenter supporting the slides. The slides show effort to do well, not to do the bare minimum.
Essay Standards
Poor

The essay is often incoherent, incohesive, and poorly-structured. Style shows little attempt to display skill. Contains many errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Contains contractions or slang.
Limited

The essay is only partially coherent, cohesive, and structured. Style shows little attempt to display skill. Contains several errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Contains contractions or slang.
Fair

The essay is mostly coherent, cohesive, and well-structured. Style shows moderate skill. Contains some errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Contains no contractions or slang.
Good

The essay is coherent, cohesive, and well-structured. Some skillful use of style. Contains a few errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Contains no contractions or slang.
Excellent

The essay is coherent, cohesive, and well-structured. Skillful use of style. Contains very few errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Contains no contractions or slang.
Overall Quality/Effort
Poor

The assignment was not taken seriously at all and was not important to the student. And/or the content and communication were not engaging. And/or student did not respect others.
Limited

The assignment was not taken seriously and was not important to the student. Or the content and communication were not interesting/engaging. Or student did not respect others.
Fair

The assignment was taken somewhat seriously and was somewhat important to the student. The content and communication were somewhat interesting/engaging. Student respected others.
Good

The assignment was mostly taken seriously and was mostly important to the student. The content and telling of the research were mostly interesting/engaging. Student respected others.
Excellent

Clearly shows that the assignment was taken seriously and was important to the student. The content of the research and the telling were quite interesting/ engaging. Student showed great respect for others.



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