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Rubric I In class Breathing Exercise

Name _______________________________

Follows directions

Is quiet so all can


hear
Makes an effort to
understand the
activity

Connection
COUNTS TWICE

50 points possible

Exceeds
expectation
10
Does what the
teacher instructs
and personalizes
the activity
No talking and
encouraged others
to be quiet
Completed the
activity with the
required
repetitions, did it
correctly, and
demonstrated
understanding of
how this activity is
relevant to the
class
Makes a personal
connection to the
activity. Clearly
sees the
importance.
Takes it seriously.

Meets expectation
8-9
Does what the
teacher instructs

No talking

Approaching
expectation
7
Does what the
teacher instructs
with little
redirection
Little talking

Completed the
activity with the
required
repetitions,
correctly

Completed the
activity, may not
have put forth
100% effort, or
needed
reinstruction to
get it right

Participates
actively,
recognizes the
importance.

Participates
actively, may not
take it seriously.
Doesnt see it as
useful.

Below expectation
5-6
Needed multiple
reminders to stay
focused
Needed multiple
reminders to stay
quiet
Did not complete
the activity as
instructed

Distracted and
distracting. Not
looking at why
were doing this.

___________ points earned

Clarification of Terms:
o Exceeds Expectations That means does MORE than was asked. Above and beyond.
o Meets Expectations Does what is asked for. You are expected to comply and follow
instructions.
o Approaching Expectations You have complied, but may not have followed all the
directions.
o Below Expectations You have not completed the assignment to minimum
expectations. Perhaps you had to be reminded multiple times to address the objective,
perhaps directions were not followed, or you may have not completed the work.

Rubric II Tongue Twister Performance


Name _______________________________
Choice 1
Tally of Faults

Choice 2
Tally of Faults

Choice 3
Tally of Faults

Each fault = minus 1 point. Everyone starts with 50 points. If I have to tell you to speak up, that
counts as a fault.
Total Faults: _____________ subtracted from 50 = Points earned ________________

Rubric III: Story Book Performance


Name ______________________________________
Exceeds Expectations

Volume

Facial
Expression

Vocal
Expression

Movement or
gestures

Eye Contact /
familiarity with
material

10
Voice is audible
throughout. Volume
is used to emphasize
meaning or create
tension.
Expression changes
and accurately
reflects emotion of
speaking.
Changes in rate,
inflection, or dialect
used to enhance
meaning. Phrasing
and pauses
emphasize meaning,
mood, tension.
Exaggerated, maybe
Natural movement.
Comfortable posture.
Any gestures enhance
meaning.
Frequent eye contact
with audience.
Fluently presented.
Pictures shown.

Meets Expectations
9-8
Voice is audible
throughout. May
have misjudged
emphatic volume
Some use of facial
expression.

Approaching
Expectations
7
Mostly audible. No
changes to emphasize
or add meaning.

Below Expectations
6-5
Voice is inaudible at
times

Attempts facial
expression, but
doesnt necessarily
add any meaning
Very little vocal
expression adding to
the meaning

Expressionless.

A little stiff. Gestures


attempted.

Gestures not used.

Occasional eye
contact with
audience.

Occasional lapse in
fluency.

Uncomfortable and
distracting
movements or
gestures.
Little eye contact.

Attempts vocal
expression. What you
have is good, could
use more.

Monotone, or
inaccurate expression
that detracts from
meaning.

Clarification of Terms:
o Exceeds Expectations That means does MORE than was asked. Above and beyond.
o Meets Expectations Does what is asked for. You are expected to comply and follow
instructions.
o Approaching Expectations You have complied, but may not have followed all the
directions.
o Below Expectations You have not completed the assignment to minimum
expectations. Perhaps you had to be reminded multiple times to address the objective,
perhaps directions were not followed, or you may have not completed the work.

Rubric IV:

Poetry Reading Performance

Name ____________________________
Clarification of Terms:
o Exceeds Expectations That means does MORE than was asked. Above and beyond.
o Meets Expectations Does what is asked for. You are expected to comply and follow
instructions.
o Approaching Expectations You have complied, but may not have followed all the
directions.
o Below Expectations You have not completed the assignment to minimum
expectations. Perhaps you had to be reminded multiple times to address the objective,
perhaps directions were not followed, or you may have not completed the work.
o
Exceeds Expectations

Volume

Facial
Expression

Vocal
Expression

Movement or
gestures

Eye Contact /
familiarity with
material

10
Voice is audible
throughout. Volume
is used to emphasize
meaning or create
tension.
Expression changes
and accurately
reflects emotion of
speaking.
Changes in rate,
inflection, or dialect
used to enhance
meaning. Phrasing
and pauses
emphasize meaning,
mood, tension.
Natural movement.
Comfortable posture.
Any gestures enhance
meaning.
Frequent eye contact
with audience.
Fluently presented.

Meets Expectations
9-8
Voice is audible
throughout. May
have misjudged
emphatic volume
Some use of facial
expression.

Approaching
Expectations
7
Mostly audible. No
changes to emphasize
or add meaning.

Below Expectations
6-5
Voice is inaudible at
times

Attempts facial
expression, but
doesnt necessarily
add any meaning
Very little vocal
expression adding to
the meaning

Expressionless.

A little stiff. Gestures


attempted.

Gestures not used.

Occasional eye
contact with
audience.

Occasional lapse in
fluency.

Uncomfortable and
distracting
movements or
gestures.
Little eye contact.

Attempts vocal
expression. What you
have is good, could
use more.

50 pts possible ______________ points earned

Monotone, or
inaccurate expression
that detracts from
meaning.

Rubric V Monologue Performance


Name ____________________________
Clarification of Terms:
o Exceeds Expectations That means does MORE than was asked. Above and beyond.
o Meets Expectations Does what is asked for. You are expected to comply and follow
instructions.
o Approaching Expectations You have complied, but may not have followed all the
directions.
o Below Expectations You have not completed the assignment to minimum
expectations. Perhaps you had to be reminded multiple times to address the objective,
perhaps directions were not followed, or you may have not completed the work.

Exceeds Expectations

Volume

Facial
Expression

Vocal
Expression

Movement or
gestures

Eye Contact /
familiarity with
material

10
Voice is audible
throughout. Volume
is used to emphasize
meaning or create
tension.
Expression changes
and accurately
reflects emotion of
speaking.
Changes in rate,
inflection, or dialect
used to enhance
meaning. Phrasing
and pauses
emphasize meaning,
mood, tension.
Natural movement.
Comfortable posture.
Any gestures enhance
meaning.
Frequent eye contact
with audience.
Fluently presented.

Meets Expectations
9-8
Voice is audible
throughout. May
have misjudged
emphatic volume
Some use of facial
expression.

Approaching
Expectations
7
Mostly audible. No
changes to emphasize
or add meaning.

Below Expectations
6-5
Voice is inaudible at
times

Attempts facial
expression, but
doesnt necessarily
add any meaning
Very little vocal
expression adding to
the meaning

Expressionless.

A little stiff. Gestures


attempted.

Gestures not used.

Occasional eye
contact with
audience.

Occasional lapse in
fluency.

Uncomfortable and
distracting
movements or
gestures.
Little eye contact.

Attempts vocal
expression. What you
have is good, could
use more.

50 pts possible ______________ points earned

Monotone, or
inaccurate expression
that detracts from
meaning.

Memorization
inadequate.

Rubric VI: Duet/Scene Performance


Name__________________________________________

Exceeds Expectations

Volume

Facial
Expression

Vocal
Expression

Blocking or
gestures

Interaction

10
Voice is audible
throughout. Volume
is used to emphasize
meaning or create
tension. Sounds
natural.
Expression changes
and accurately
reflects emotion of
speaking.
Changes in rate,
inflection, or dialect
used to enhance
meaning. Phrasing
and pauses
emphasize meaning,
mood, tension.
Sounds natural.
Natural movement.
Comfortable posture.
Any gestures enhance
meaning. Blocking
has motivation.
Natural and fluent
interaction with
others in the
ensemble and as
relates to the
audience.

50 points possible

Meets Expectations
9-8
Voice is audible
throughout. May
have misjudged
emphatic volume.
May not sound
natural.
Some use of facial
expression.

Approaching
Expectations
7
Mostly audible. No
changes to emphasize
or add meaning. May
sound awkward.

Below Expectations
6-5
Voice is inaudible at
times

Attempts facial
expression, but
doesnt necessarily
add any meaning
Very little vocal
expression adding to
the meaning.
Sounds awkward.

Expressionless.

A little stiff. Gestures


attempted. Blocking
makes sense.

Gestures not used.


Blocking doesnt have
meaning or doesnt
make sense.

Uncomfortable and
distracting blocking
or gestures.

Interaction with
others in the
ensemble.

Occasional lapse in
interaction, or needs
to cheat out.

Little eye contact.

Attempts vocal
expression. What you
have is good, could
use more.
May not sound
natural.

Points Earned ________________

Monotone, or
inaccurate expression
that detracts from
meaning.

Rubric VII: Secondary Elements in R & J Films


Name of presenter:__________________________ Points earned ______________/50
Critera
Topic

Depth

COUNTS
DOUBLE

Style

Mechanics

10 Exceeds
8-9 Meets
Expectation
Expectation
Topic is focused and
Topic is focused and
presents a thoughtful presents a
look at the secondary thoughtful look at
elements. The thoughts the secondary
are engaging, and cover elements. Essential
all three essential
questions are
questions
mentioned.
The material presented The material
shows evidence of
presented shows
thought and presents evidence of thought
multiple points of
and presents some
evidence from the
material from the
films. There is evidence films.
of additional
information gained
from supplemental
research about the
films, the script, or the
actors.
Impeccable style for an Mostly acceptable
expository assignment style for an
expository
assignment
NO errors in spelling, No distracting errors
punctuation, grammar, in spelling,
or syntax
punctuation,
grammar, or syntax

7 Approaching
5-6 Below
Expectation
Expectation
Secondary
The focus of
elements in the
this essay
two films is the
wanders.
focus.

The material
This is very
shows evidence of surface-level
thought.
material

Somewhat
acceptable style
for an expository
assignment
Few distracting
errors in spelling,
punctuation,
grammar, or
syntax

Not acceptable
style for an
expository
assignment
Many
distracting
errors in
spelling,
punctuation,
grammar, or
syntax

Rubric VIII: Dramaturgy Product


Name of presenter:__________________________ Points earned ______________/50
Critera
Topic

Depth

Visual

Style

Mechanics

8-9 Meets
7 Approaching 5-6 Below
Expectation
Expectation
Expectation
Topic is relevant to the
Topic is relevant Topic is relevant to Topic is not
scripts material/theme and to the scripts
the scripts
relevant, or
enhances the meaning. It is material/theme material/theme is presented
engaging and thoughtful
and enhances
superficially
the meaning
The material presented
The material
The material
No evidence
shows evidence of research presented shows shows evidence of of research.
and multiple points of
evidence of
research.
This is very
discussion related to the
research and
surface-level
script. Multiple sources are multiple points
material
used and cited.
of discussion
related to the
script.
The visual aid/concept of the The visual
The visual aid/
The visual
essay / presentation adds to aid/concept of concept of the
aids are
the meaning presented and the essay /
essay/presentation missing or
clarifies information for the presentation
is relevant to the lack
audience. It catches the
adds to the
material
relevancy
attention without distracting meaning
from the information
presented and
clarifies
information for
the audience
Impeccable style for an
Mostly
Somewhat
Not
expository assignment
acceptable style acceptable style acceptable
for an expository for an expository style for an
assignment
assignment
expository
assignment
NO errors in spelling,
No distracting Few distracting
Many
punctuation, grammar, or
errors in
errors in spelling, distracting
syntax
spelling,
punctuation,
errors in
punctuation,
grammar, or
mechanics
grammar, or
syntax
syntax
10 Exceeds Expectation

50 pts possible _______________ pts earned

Rubric IX: Set Model


Name of presenter:________________________________________________

20 Exceeds Expectation

16-19 Meets
Expectation

Clearly represents the Could represent


authors intention in the authors
the play.
intention in the
play.

12-15
Approaching
Expectation

Imagination
required to
see how it
represents
the authors
intention in
the play.
Clearly able to convey Viable to convey Reaching to
meaning.
meaning.
convey
meaning.

11 Below
Expectation

May not work


on a stage.

Probably isnt
going to help
the audience
understand
the script.
Obvious pride in this Work is
May not
Inadequate
work.
complete.
show a lot of attention to
pride.
details.
Evidence of
Generic staging, Not especially This isnt
knowledge of stage could be done suited to the going to
area usage including anywhere.
show or the work.
curtains, back wall,
stage
stage variety
indicated
Original, surprising, or Unified, but
Not a lot of Not seeing it.
innovative use of
standard use of originality
materials, design, etc. materials, design, indicated.
etc..

50 points possible / ____________ points earned

Rubric X: Costumes
Name of presenter:________________________________________________

20 Exceeds Expectation

All costumes are


described in detail.

16-19 Meets
Expectation

12-15
Approaching
Expectation

Costumes are Some


Not good
described in costumes are costume
detail.
described.
choices.

Clearly indicates the


Clearly
costumes chosen. Good indicates the
use of color and textures. costumes
chosen.

Vague
suggestion of
what the
costumes
should be.

Costumes chosen will


convey meaning.

Above and beyond


attention to detail in
accessories, fabric,
pattern
Demonstrates an
understanding of unity in
the production.

11 Below
Expectation

Not a good
effort here.
No way could
I produce the
costumes you
are showing.
This isnt
likely to help
the audience
understand
the script

Fits the time, May not fit


place, etc the time,
place, etc
Most
costume
choices seem
to go
together.

Some choices The costumes


seem random described are
or out of
way off, and
place.
will create
confusion

50 points possible/ _______ points earned

Rubric XI: Casting


Name of presenter:________________________________________________

20 Exceeds Expectation

16-19 Meets
Expectation

12-15
Approaching
Expectation

All characters cast.

11 Below
Expectation

All characters Some


Many
cast.
characters
characters
cast.
not cast
Thoughtful reasons
Some
Some random No real
behind casting choices. thoughtful
or arbitrary reason given
reasons
choices
for the
behind the
casting
choices.
choices
Good variety of
Very little
Performers
No variety
performers cast.
variety in
are type cast
evident
performers or are
awkwardly
cast
Casting choices reflect an Some of the This seems
This is the
understanding of the
performers like a cast
making of a
unity of a cast.
would
that will have train wreck.
obviously
problems
work well
getting along
together
or getting it
done.
All performers names are No huge
A couple of
Lots of
spelled correctly
spelling
distracting
mistakes.
errors
errors
Who are
these
people?!

50 points possible/ _____ points earned

Rubric XII: Critical Review


Name of presenter:________________________________________________
Criteria

10 Exceeds
8-9 Meets
6-7 Approaching
Expectation
Expectation
Expectation
The imaginary
It can be inferred
Opinion
It is clear that this
critic
comes
to
life
that this imaginary
Stated
imaginary critic
and is clearly a fan
critic likes the
likes the production
of this production
production
Critics credentials
Evidence of
It is very clear that
are evident, and
objective view this critic has a
he/she seems
Critics credentials
respected history
qualified to
could be inferred
and is qualified to
comment on this
offer an opinion
production
At least four of the
Whole
following are
production
All
of
the
listed
mentioned: Script,
considered
Less than four of
attributes are
scenery, actors,
the attributes at left
discussed with
make up, music,
are mentioned
elaboration
lighting, sound
design, dance,
directors vision
Comments are
Relevancy
The comments
astute, insightful
Value and
made are valid and
and show clear
relevancy can be
relevant to a
evidence of
inferred in the
theatrical
thoughtful
comments made
production
consideration
NO errors in
No distracting
Few distracting
Mechanics
spelling,
errors in spelling errors in spelling,
punctuation,
punctuation ,
punctuation,
grammar or syntax grammar or syntax grammar or syntax

5 Below
Expectation
Cant tell how this
imaginary critic
feels about the
production
I see no reason to
trust this critics
judgment

The whole
production is not
considered in this
review

Some of the
comments lack
relevancy or value
Many distracting
errors in spelling,
punctuation,
grammar or syntax

50 points possible / ____________________ Earned

Rubric XIII: Publicity Poster


Name of presenter:________________________________________________

20 Exceeds Expectation
Poster has all the following:
Title
Venue
Playwright
Stars
Producer/Director
Dates and times
Graphics
Catch word or phrase
Its colorful and eyecatching.
NO spelling errors

16-19 Meets
Expectation

12-15
Approaching
Expectation

11 Below
Expectation

Has all of the


Lots of
attributes but Poster may be information
may have
missing one or missing, or
errors, OR is
two of the
may not look
not
required
good.
aesthetically
attributes.
Or has many
pleasing
errors.

Rubric XV: Compare/Contrast of an Actors Performance


in Two Roles
Name _________________________
Critera
Topic

Depth

COUNTS
DOUBLE

Style

Mechanics

8-9 Meets
7 Approaching
5-6 Below
Expectation
Expectation
Expectation
Topic is focused and
Topic is focused and Acting skill of the
The focus of this
presents a thoughtful
presents a thoughtful performer in the
essay wanders.
look at the performances look at the actors.
two films is the
of the two actors. The
Essential questions are focus.
thoughts are engaging, mentioned.
and cover all three
essential questions
The material presented The material
The material shows This is very
shows evidence of
presented shows
evidence of thought. surface-level
thought and presents
evidence of thought
material
multiple points of
and presents some
evidence from the films. material from the
There is evidence of
films.
additional information
gained from
supplemental research
about the films, the
script, or the actors.
Impeccable style for an Mostly acceptable
Somewhat
Not acceptable
expository assignment
style for an expository acceptable style for style for an
assignment
an expository
expository
assignment
assignment
NO errors in spelling,
No distracting errors Few distracting
Many distracting
punctuation, grammar, or in spelling,
errors in spelling,
errors in spelling,
syntax
punctuation,
punctuation,
punctuation,
grammar, or syntax
grammar, or syntax grammar, or
syntax
10 Exceeds Expectation

50 points possible

Points earned __________