The teacher will assign students to groups of three to create a four-point rubric that can be used in evaluating a student performance of a scene. The student-created rubric should cover the dimensions of voice, body, mind, and rehearsal time.
On the rubric, a level 4 should reflect an advanced performance, a level 3 should reflect an adequate performance, a level 2 should indicate that the criteria are partially met, and a level 1 should indicate that the performance needs substantial improvement. Students will have a copy of the assessment rubric provided in the Student Booklet to use as a guideline and a model as they work.
At the conclusion of two class periods, each student group shall submit one typed rubric that could be effectively used to assess the quality of student performances. The rubric should employ theatre vocabulary correctly and effectively. The rubric should also: 1) be professional in appearance, 2) be formatted as a table, 3) use a professional font in a size no larger than 12 points and 4) be free of spelling and grammatical errors.
The teacher should retain copies of these rubrics to use in upcoming student performances.
This item has been voluntarily field-tested by Michigan teachers with a non-representative sample of students.
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