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Moviemaker Rubric

  1. 1. Your Rubric: Digital Storytelling : Sample Rubric RubiStar Rubric Made Using: RubiStar ( ) Digital Storytelling : Sample Rubric Teacher Name: Techy Teachers Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Inclusion of 4 Images create a Images create an An attempt was made Little or no attempt to distinct atmosphere atmosphere or tone to use images to use images to create or tone that matches that matches some create an an appropriate different parts of the parts of the story. atmosphere/tone but atmosphere/tone. story. The images The images may it needed more work. may communicate communicate Image choice is symbolism and/or symbolism and/or logical. metaphors. metaphors. Soundtrack - Music stirs a rich Music stirs a rich Music is ok, and not Music is distracting, Emotion emotional response emotional response distracting, but it does inappropriate, OR that matches the that somewhat not add much to the was not used. story line well. matches the story story. line. Duration of Length of Length of Length of Presentation was less Presentation presentation was 4 presentation was 3 presentation was 2 than 2 minutes long minutes. minutes. minutes. OR more than 4 minutes. Voice - Voice quality is clear Voice quality is clear Voice quality is clear Voice quality needs Consistency and consistently and consistently and consistently more attention. audible throughout audible throughout audible through some the presentation. the majority (70-84%)of the (85-95%) of the presentation. presentation. Grammar Grammar and usage Grammar and usage Grammar and usage Repeated errors in were correct (for the were typically were typically correct grammar and usage dialect chosen) and correct (for the but errors detracted distracted greatly contributed to clarity, dialect chosen) and from story. from the story. style and character errors did not development. detract from the story. Point of View - Strong awareness of Some awareness of Some awareness of Limited awareness of Awareness of audience in the audience in the audience in the the needs and design. Students design. Students design. Students find interests of the target Audience can clearly explain can partially explain it difficult to explain audience. why they felt the why they felt the how the vocabulary, vocabulary, audio vocabulary, audio audio and graphics and graphics chosen and graphics chosen fit the target fit the target chosen fit the target audience. audience. audience. Date Created: Oct 25, 2009 08:56 pm (CDT) 1 of 2 10/25/2009 10:01 PM
  2. 2. Your Rubric: Digital Storytelling : Sample Rubric Copyright © 2000-2007 Advanced Learning Technologies in Education Consortia ALTEC To view information about the Privacy Policies and the Terms of Use, please go to the following web address: 2 of 2 10/25/2009 10:01 PM