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Hot Seat Interview 
Use for process drama assessment
Rubric Code: W2XA457
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


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Introduction

1

Student communicates relevant information about their character's story with limited effectiveness (little to no information given).
2

Student communicates relevant information about their character's story with some effectiveness (1 or 2 key details).
3

Student communicates relevant information about their character's story with considerable effectiveness (3-4 key details).
4

Student communicates relevant information about their character's story with a high degree of effectiveness (5 or more key details).
Body Language

1

Student uses body language to mimic their character with limited effectiveness (adopts little to none of their characters mannerisms).
2

Student uses body language to mimic their character with some effectiveness (adopts a few of their characters mannerisms).
3

Student uses body language to mimic their character with considerable effectiveness (adopts some of their characters mannerisms).
4

Student uses body language to mimic their character with a high degree of effectiveness (adopts many of their characters mannerisms).
Voice

1

Student uses voice to mimic their character with limited effectiveness (little to no expression).
Great difficulty with maintaining volume.
2

Student uses voice to mimic their character with some effectiveness (beginning to use expression).
Some difficulty with maintaining volume.
3

Student uses voice to mimic their character with considerable effectiveness (good expression).
Maintains good volume.
4

Student uses voice to mimic their character with a high degree of effectiveness (excellent expression).
Maintains excellent volume.
Responses

1

Student does not stay in role most of the time to answer questions and gives responses with many inconsistencies to their character's story.
2

Student stays in role some of the time to answer questions and gives responses with some inconsistencies to their character's story.
3

Student mostly stays in role to answer questions and gives responses mostly consistent with their character's story.
4

Student stays in role to answer questions and gives excellent responses consistent with their character's story.
Reflection

1

Student gives themselves stars and wishes with little honesty and/or accuracy.
2

Student gives themselves stars and wishes with some honesty and accuracy.
3

Student gives themselves honest and accurate stars and wishes.
4

Student gives themselves honest and highly accurate stars and wishes.




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