Common craft video rubric

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Common craft video rubric

  1. 1. Landmark Supreme Court Cases “Common Craft” Video Rubric Category 5 4-3 2-1 0 Overall message The overall message was carefully constructed and made an impact. It was obvious that outside research was done. The overall message was good. It was obvious that outside research was done. The overall message was not very clear. There appeared to be no outside research. The overall message was weak and left many unanswered questions. Comments: Essential Elements All essential elements were completed and included One essential element was not met. Two essential elements were not met. It was obvious that the group did not try to include the essential elements. Comments: Images The images gave a good overview of what the case was about. They were clear and followed the script well. The images gave an overview of what the case was about. The images did not give a clear overview of the case. They require some explanation to fully understand. The images didn’t appear tied to the case. They did not match the script. Comments: Script and Presentation The case was explained well. The presentation appeared rehearsed. The presentation left some questions unanswered and could have used more rehearsal time. The presentation was weak and obviously not rehearsed. The group did not record. Comments: Total Points 20 Essential Elements: • 3 to 5 minutes in length  • Introduction: 10‐15 Seconds  • Title Page: Computer Generated  o Title of the video  o Names of all group  members    • Body: 2‐4 minutes  • Conclusion: 10‐15 seconds  o So what? Why is this  important? 

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