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Storyboard Rubric 
Students will create, in groups, a collection of 6 storyboards depicting their assigned Greek myth. With photos of the storyboards, the groups willl then present their project to the class in a powerpoint presentation. Each student is expected to speak in the presentation.
Rubric Code: T7X47X
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exemplary

100 pts

Good

80 pts

Fair

60 pts

Poor

40 pts

Your Score

(N/A)

Project Content
Storyboard Content

Exemplary

The project includes 6 storyboards that are clearly shown and accurate.
Good

The project includes 5 storyboards, and the scene is shown and clearly shown and accurate.
Fair

The project includes 4 storyboards and are accurately shown.
Poor

The project includes 3 or less storyboards but not depicted accurately.
Your Score

Points given: ________ / 35

Comments:
Visual Elements

Exemplary

All pictures demonstrate effort and are eye-catching and clearly communicate visually each scene being represented.
Good

Most pictures show effort and clearly communicates the concept of each scene being represented. It is evident that time was put into the storyboard.
Fair

Many pictures appear rushed or are uninteresting. The connections to the scene and picture is unclear and not obvious. Does not reflect the capability of the student. It is evident that the work was rushed.
Poor

The overall appearance of your storyboard is sloppy and rushed. Work is done with little effort, quality is poor. It is evident that the work was rushed and little time was spent on the final product. Work is incomplete.
Your Score

Points given: ________ / 20

Comments:
Reflection Paragraphs

Exemplary

Each Paragraph answers all 4 questions and shows great thought and Information is accurate and response shows good insight.
Good

Information is accurate. Discussion makes a logical conclusion or an opinion is offered.
Fair

Information provided is generally accurate but no insight is offered.
Poor

No Effort and Does not answer any other questions. Is of topic and choppy.
Your Score

Points given: ________ / 30

Comments:
Organization & Mechanics

Exemplary

Writing is fluent and interesting to read. Discussion is backed up with evidence from the text. Entry is to the point, in complete sentences, free of spelling errors and uses correct grammar.
Good

Writing is fluent and somewhat interesting; discussion could be supported more strongly, spelling errors are minimal and grammar is mostly accurate.
Fair

There may or may not be a conclusion or an opinion. Writing is not interesting.
Poor

INCOMPLETE, No effort and rushed.
Your Score

Points Given:_________/ 15




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