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Slam Poetry Rubric

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  • 1. Slam Poetry Experimenting Emerging Developing Effective Strong Level R Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4Voice Experimenting Emerging Developing Effective Strongthe way the writer bringsthe topic to life - No concern for - Occasionally aware of - Occasionally intrigues - Interesting and - Compelling and audience audience the reader informative engaging - Lifeless and mechanical - General statements - Pleasing, yet "safe" - Pleasing; takes risks - Takes effective risks - Flat or inappropriate require reader - Writer/reader - Engages reader most of - Reflects interest in and - Purpose not present interpretation connection fades in and the time commitment to topic - Tries to engage reader out - Purpose consistent - Purpose is clear and - Hints at purpose - Purpose inconsistent powerfulPoetic Language Experimenting Emerging Developing Effective StrongAppropriately utilizes poeticdevices or figurative - Does not utilize poetic - Utilizes poetic devices - Utilizes both poetic - Utilizes more than one Utilizes numerouslanguage devices or figurative or figurative language devices and figurative effective poetic device or effective poetic devices language language figurative language or figurative languagePresentation of Poem Experimenting Emerging Developing Effective StrongHow effective thepresentation of the poem is - Reads to the audience - Looks at the audience, - Knows poem fairly well - Has poem nearly - Just wows the audience - Seems to have little but is still reading - Interest in own poem memorized - Poem is memorized interest in own poem extensively - Some spice - Presentation shows - Presentation shows - No spice - Some interest in own great interest in own intense interest in own poem poem poem - No spice - Vigor and spice are - Spice? This one is on apparent fire!

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