Students will use dialogue to tell a story that shows different interpretations.
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This is an analytic rubric. The column on the left shows the dimension that is being measured in the student’s performance. The levels across the top row indicate the performance level in the dimensions. Occasionally all dimensions and performance levels are exemplified by multiple students in a single recording.
The main problem is not identified.N/A at this time.
The main problem is identified but not clearly.N/A at this time.
The main problem is identified.N/A at this time.
The main problem is identified and discussed.N/A at this time.
There are no changes to the characters in the story.N/A at this time.
The character has been changed, but the changes leave the audience confused.N/A at this time.
The character has been changed in a way that helps tell the story.N/A at this time.
The character has been changed in a way that helps tell the story in an extraordinary way.N/A at this time.
There is no new dialogue created for the skit.N/A at this time.
There is minimal dialogue created for the skit.N/A at this time.
New dialogue is created .N/A at this time.
New dialogue is created and effective in telling the other side of the story.N/A at this time.
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