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Talk Show 
Create your own talk show. Each student must play the role of a guest or host (interviewer) producing and discussing topics relevant to a novel's characters or themes.
Rubric Code: T2X5268
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate


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  Advanced

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Basic

3 pts

Below Basic

2 pts

Content and Medium

Advanced

Student(s) displays thorough knowledge of material presented. Questions and answers thoroughly reflect characterization of talk show guest/host portrayal.
Proficient

Student(s) displays adequate knowledge of material presented. Questions and answers generally reflect characterization of talk show guest/host portrayal.
Basic

Student(s) displays partial knowledge of material presented. Questions and answers sometimes reflect characterization of talk show guest/host portrayal.
Below Basic

Student(s) displays little or no knowledge of material presented. Questions and answers seldom or never reflect characterization of talk show guest/host portrayal.
Organization

Advanced

Presentation and materials are well organized. Student(s) consistently plays her/his role effectively and convincingly.
Proficient

Presentation and materials are organized. Student(s) generally plays her/his role effectively.
Basic

Presentation and materials lack organization. Student(s) occasionally plays her/his role effectively.
Below Basic

Presentation and materials are in disarray. Student(s) seldom or never plays her/his role effectively.
Presentation

Advanced

Student(s) speaks clearly, loudly, and expressively while continually making good eye contact.
Proficient

Student(s) speaks clearly and loudly while often making good eye contact.
Basic

Student(s) speaks somewhat clearly while making sporadic eye contact.
Below Basic

Student fails to speak clearly or loudly enough and makes little or no eye contact.
Creativity

Advanced

Presentation gives evidence of significant effort. Student(s) goes well beyond basic questions and answers. Prompts are included in the project.
Proficient

Presentation gives evidence of adequate effort. Student(s) goes beyond basic questions and answers. Prompts are somehow included in the project.
Basic

Presentation gives evidence of inadequate effort. Student(s) provides only basic questions and answers. Some prompts are included in the project.
Below Basic

Presentation gives evidence of little or no effort. Student(s) does not rise to the level of even basic questions and answers. Prompts are not included in the project.
Time and Participation

Advanced

The student(s) presentation conformed to time stipulations and allowed for effective development of purpose.
Proficient

The student(s) presentation generally conformed to time stipulations and allowed for adequate development of purpose.
Basic

The student(s) presentation was too long or too short allowing for only partial development of purpose.
Below Basic

The student(s) presentation was far too long (rambling) or far too short allowing for only limited or no development of purpose.



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