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iRubric: Newscast/Skit Presentation Rubric

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Newscast/Skit Presentation Rubric 
This rubric is designed to assess student's Newscast/Skit Presentation
Rubric Code: V2X6535
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Newscast/Skit Presentation Rubric
  Poor

2 pts

Fair

4 pts

Good

5 pts

Excellent

6 pts

Accuracy of Facts

Poor

No facts are reported accurately OR no facts were reported
Fair

1 to 3 facts are reported accurately
Good

Almost all facts are reported accurately (4 of 5). Your audience was a little confused because you weren't clear in presenting your story
Excellent

All supportive facts are reported accurately (5 of 5). Your newscast gave your audience a clear understanding of your story
Point of View-Purpose

Poor

It was difficult to figure out the purpose of the newscast.
Fair

The purpose is somewhat clear but many apects of the newscast seem only slightly related.
Good

Establishes a purpose at the beginning, but occasionally wanders from that focus.
Excellent

Newscast establishes a purpose at the beginning and maintains that focus throughout! Cohesive newscast.
Creativity

Poor

Presentation is dry and unengaging with little creativity added to engage the listener
Fair

Presentation is informative; presenter's style and creativity are apparent
Good

Presentation is informative and shows the presenter's personal style of the informatoin in its creativity
Excellent

Presentation is engaging and shows the presenter's personal style of the information in its creativity
Speaks Clearly

Poor

Does NOT speak clearly and distinctly most of the time AND/OR mispronounces more than ONE word.
Fair

Speaks clearly and distinctly most of the time and mispronounces no words
Good

Speaks clearly and distinctly the entire time but mispronounces ONE or more words
Excellent

Speaks clearly and distinctly all of the time and mispronounces no words
Graphics

Poor

Graphics are not related to the material being presented
Fair

Graphics include some original material but are only somewhat related to the material being presented
Good

Graphics are clearly related to the material being presented, but none are original
Excellent

Graphics include some original material and are clearly related to the material being presented
Duration of Presentation

Poor

The newscast/skit was too short or too long
Fair

The newscast/skit seemed VERY huried or too slow
Good

The newscast/skit was seemed SLIGHTLY hurried or too slow
Excellent

The newscast/skit was about 5 minutes minutes and did not seem hurried or too slow










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