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Grading Rubric - TOTAL = 33 marks

 

Aspect

Developing (1-2)

Satisfactory (3)

Substantial (4)

Excellent (5)

Mandatory Content (3)

Missing two or more of the essential elements: title slide, and attribution slide

Title slide and attribution slide included

N/A

N/A

Content (5)

Includes very few facts, pictures or other content that supports your story

Some content that supports your story

A great deal of content that supports your story

High level of content that supports your story

Sound (5)

Poor use of sound or no sound used

Some use of sound, but poor quality, audience has trouble understanding as a result

Sound and music is used to convey message, audio is clear

Excellent use of sound and music to reinforce message

Organisation (5)

Sequence of ideas / information lacked logic and cohesion

Some logical sequence of information

A good logical sequence of information

Sequence of ideas is logical and intuitive and supports the story

Originality (5)

Rehash of other's ideas, images. Lack of evidence of creativity / new thought

Some evidence of original thought and content

The product shows evidence of originality and inventiveness

Shows complete originality and inventiveness. Majority of content and many of the ideas are fresh and original.

Graphical Design (5)

Exaggerated emphasis upon special effects or very few, if any, special effects, which weakens your story and presents an unprofessional final product

Some emphasis upon special effects, which supports your story and produces a satisfactory final product

Design elements and content combine effectively to help tell your story well

Very good use of graphical design elements combined with appropriate text helps to communicate the full meaning of the story.

Impact on Audience (5)

 N/A

 N/A

Your final product caused some meaningful emotion or thought in the audience

Your final product caused a great deal of emotion or thought in the audience

 

Comments (6)

Anonymous said

at 10:22 pm on Aug 21, 2007

Jason, if you don't like my ideas I won't be offended if you delete them. I tried some brainstorming about heading etc for the rubric with my students this afternoon.

Jason Hando said

at 3:13 am on Aug 26, 2007

No, I do like your ideas. Today I am adding some more detail to the concept of "essential/quality" content after having a discussion with Chris. Let's keep refining this sucker until we can use it as a final version!

Jason Hando said

at 3:17 am on Aug 26, 2007

Today I also made the statements in each cell of the rubric more consistent by phrasing them in the same way, eg. "Your content does this..."

Jason Hando said

at 3:22 am on Aug 26, 2007

I also took away the "duration" row in the rubric after discussing with Chris that it is a non-negotiable, ie. student's must follow the time range of 1:45-2:30 in order to have their work submitted and graded, therefore it is a mandatory element that cannot be marked. We will show some grace in terms of +/- 10 seconds or so.

Jason Hando said

at 3:37 am on Aug 26, 2007

OK, I think I have done what I can contribute to this rubric. Feel free to jump in should you have some inspirational thoughts. My thinking in the last criteria is kind of like a bonus mark for stirring the markers (as audience) emotionally or intellectually, which I think is either there or it isn't, hence only two upper standards (substantial & excellent).

Julie Lindsay said

at 12:36 pm on Sep 30, 2007

I have rewritten Grahical Design for 5 marks......It did not seem clear to me with the addition of audio as well. Please step in and dispute this.....I am just going with a gut feeling here.

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