Digital Storytelling Rubric

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Digital Storytelling Rubric

  1. 1. Digital Storytelling Rubric Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 20 15 10 5 Subtotal Point of View - Establishes a Establishes a There are a few It is difficult to Purpose purpose early on and purpose early on lapses in focus, figure out the maintains a clear and maintains but the purpose is purpose of the focus throughout. focus for most of fairly clear. presentation. the presentation. Voice - Pacing The pace (rhythm Occasionally Tries to use No attempt to and voice speaks too fast or pacing (rhythm match the pace punctuation) fits the too slowly for the and voice of the story line and helps story line. The punctuation), but storytelling to the audience really pacing (rhythm it is often the story line or quot;get intoquot; the story. and voice noticeable that the audience. punctuation) is the pacing does relatively not fit the story engaging for the line. Audience is audience. not consistently engaged. Images Images create a Images create an An attempt was Little or no distinct atmosphere atmosphere or made to use attempt to use or tone that matches tone that matches images to create images to create different parts of the some parts of the an an appropriate story. The images story. The images atmosphere/tone, atmosphere/tone. may communicate may communicate but it needed symbolism and/or symbolism and/or more work. metaphors. metaphors. Image choice is logical. Economy The story is told with The story The story seems The story needs exactly the right composition is to need more extensive amount of detail typically good, editing. It is editing. It is too throughout. It does though it seems to noticeably too long or too short not seem too short, drag somewhat long or too short to be interesting. nor does it seem too OR need slightly in more than one long. more detail in one section. or two sections. Grammar Grammar and usage Grammar and Grammar and Repeated errors were correct (for the usage were usage were in grammar and dialect chosen) and typically correct typically correct, usage distracted contributed to (for the dialect but errors greatly from the clarity, style, and chosen), and detracted from story. character errors did not story. development. detract from the story. Total: _______/ 100 Source: http://www.umass.edu/wmwp/DigitalStorytelling/Rubric%20Assessment.htm Appendix #22

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