Anda di halaman 1dari 2

Student

Name: Date Performed/Evaluated: Performing Arts


2010-2011

Readers Theater Rubric


Readers Theater Presentation Title:

VOLUME: 4 3 2 1
Student Comments:

CLARITY:

READS WITH EXPRESSION:

PREPAREDNESS:

FOCUS/CHARACTERIZATION:

Teacher Comments:

Self-Evaluation Total Points: ______________/20


Mrs. Dayton Total Points: ______________/20
Performing Arts
2010-2011

Readers Theater Rubric


4 3 2 1

Volume **Volume projects well. All audience **Volume is adequate. **Volume is too low. **Voice is inaudible.
members can easily hear the presen-
ta:on.

Clarity **All words are clearly enunciated. **Most words are clearly enunciated. **Some words are clearly enunciated. **Words are not clearly enunci-
ated.
**Presenta:on is easily understood. **Most of the presenta:on is under- **Some of the presenta:on is understood.
stood. **Presenta:on is not understood.

Reads **Demonstrates variety in volume, **Demonstrates variety in volume, tone, **Occasionally demonstrates variety in **LiJle verbal or vocal use.
tone, pitch, and voice quality appro- pitch and voice quality. one or two of the criteria.
with Ex- **Expression monotone or di-
priate to character.
pression **Expression is interes:ng and under- **Expression is mostly understandable. cult to hear.
**Expression enhances character and/ standable.
or situa:on.

Prepared- **Student is well prepared. **Student has prac:ced and the outline **Student has prac:ced and a general **Student has not prac:ced and/
is clear and ordered. idea for presenta:on is in place. or planned presenta:on
ness **It is obvious from the polish and
throughly.
ease of the performance that much **Most details (gestures, pitch changes, **Some details (gestures, pitch changes,
prac:ce and planning has taken place. volume changes) are planned ahead. volume changes) are planned ahead. **Details (gestures, pitch
changes, volume changes) are not
**Student an:cipates their lines and is **Student an:cipates most of the up- **Student is inconsistent and impacts the
planned.
consistent with the rhythm and pacing coming lines, with liJle impact on the rhythm and pacing of the piece by being
of the piece. rhythm and pacing of the piece. unprepared to start upcoming lines. **Student is not ready or an:ci-
pa:ng any of the upcoming lines.

Focus **Student is fully in character and is **Student remains focused on the piece **Student some:mes loses focus on the **Student frequently loses focus
focused on the scene. They are not and is rarely distracted by peers, visitors, scene and is some:mes distracted by on the scene and is repeatedly
distracted by peers, visitors, and and sounds. peers, visitors, and sounds. distracted by peers, visitors, and
sounds. sounds.