1920s Project Rubrics

posted Mar 29, 2012, 7:12 AM by Mrs. Blocker   [ updated Mar 30, 2012, 7:27 AM ]

1920s Magazine Project Editorial Rubric

 

 
4
3
2
1
0
 
 
Purpose
Writer’s position is clearly and firmly stated, in a fresh, original way.
 
Is written as if the 1920s is the present.
Writer’s position is stated but may lack conviction or may be mechanical.
 
Is written as if the 1920s is the present.
Writer’s position is implied but not stated.
 
 
Is written as if the 1920s is the past
Writer’s position is not clear or no position is taken.
 
 
Is written as if the 1920s is the past
Work is copied from the internet or other source.
 
 
 
Support/
Developed
All points are backed up with facts and details. Work suggests that the writer completed significant research.
 
Most points are backed up with facts and details. Work suggests that the writer completed some research.
 
Some points are backed up with facts and details. Work suggests that the writer completed little research.
 
Points are not backed up, and no research was completed. The writing leaves the reader thinking,
“Yeah, right!”
Work is copied from the internet or other source.
 
 
 
Organization
The editorial is organized so effectively that reading it is smooth and carefree.
 
The editorial is organized effectively.
 
The editorial is somewhat organized, but the reader sometimes has no idea what the writer means.
 
The editorial is so poorly organized that the paper has little meaning.
 
Some work is copied from the internet or other source and is merged with the writers work
 
 
 
 
Publishable
There are no grammatical, punctuation or spelling errors in this paper.
 
There are few grammatical, punctuation or spelling errors in this paper.
 
There are some
grammatical, punctuation or
spelling errors in this paper, but it doesn’t slow the reader too much
There are enough grammatical, punctuation or spelling errors in this paper to make it sort of difficult to read.
 
There are so many
grammatical, punctuation or
spelling errors in this paper that it is distracting to the reader
 
 

1920s Magazine Project PowerPoint Components

 

  1. Presentation MUST incorporate information from the four editorials
  2. Presentation MUST have six slides
  3. Presentation must have sound
  4. Each slide must have four bullets of information or less
  5. Each slide must have a picture that relates to the information on the slide
  6. Each slide must have custom animation that is connected to the information and enhances the quality of the slide

 

1920s Magazine Project Power Point Rubric

 

4

3

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

Content

 

Content includes information from each editorial, is

accurate and information is presented in a logical order.

 

Content includes information from each editorial, is accurate but some information is not presented in a logical order, but is still generally easy to follow.

Content includes information from each editorial is accurate but information is not presented in a logical order, making it difficult to follow.

Content does not includes information from each editorial Content is questionable and information is not presented in a logical order, making it difficult to follow.

Content does not include information from each editorial is inaccurate and information is not presented in a logical order, making it difficult to follow.

 

 

 

Slide

Creation

 

Presentation flows well and logically. Reflects use of animation and sound in a creative way.

Correct number of slides. Presentation is

interesting

Presentation flows well. Reflects use of animation and sound in a creative way.

Correct number of slides.

Presentation flows well. Some tools used to show Acceptable understanding.

Correct number of slides.

 

Presentation is unorganized.

Tools are not used in a relevant manner. Lacking in number of slides.

 

Presentation has no flow. No tools used.

Insufficient number of slides.

 

 

 

Slide

Transitions

 

Transitions are automatic, perfectly timed, smooth and interesting.

Transitions enhance the presentation.

Transitions are automatic and smooth. Timing is too short or too long for the presentation.

 

Transitions are mechanical and smooth and  transitions are used on some slides.

 

Very few visual

transitions are used and/or they distract from the presentation.

 

No visual transitions used.

 

 

Pictures,

Clip Art &

Background

 

Four bullets of text are legible and informative.  Images are Appropriate to the text.

 

Four bullets of text are legible informative Images are somewhat appropriate to the text.

Less than four bullets of text.  Images are not obviously connected to the text.

Less than four bullets of text. Images distract from the slide

 

Incoherent text. Images are inappropriate.

 

 

Mechanics

 

Text is in authors' own words No spelling errors. No grammar errors.

Text is in authors'  own words.

Few spelling errors. Few grammar errors.

Text is in authors' own words. Some spelling errors. Some

grammar errors

 

Most of text is in authors' own words. Some spelling errors. Some grammar errors.

Many spelling errors and/or text is copied.

 

 

 

1920s Product Advertisement Jingle

  1. Must be created to sell the product
  2. Must have a melody that is memorable

 

1920s Magazine Project Writing a Jingle Rubric

 

 

4

3

2

1

 

Lyrics

Lyrics are extremely catchy, describe the product well and are simple.

Lyrics are catchy, describe the product and are simple.

Lyrics are somewhat catchy and simple, but lack some product description.

Lyrics are not catchy, lack product description and are not simple.

 

 

Melody

Contains three or more qualities of an effective jingle: short, catchy, simple or repetitive.

Contains two qualities of an effective jingle: short, catchy, simple or repetitive.

Contains one quality of an effective jingle: short, catchy, simple or repetitive.

 

 

Lacks the qualities of an effective jingle: short, catchy, simple or repetitive.

 

 

Presentation

Excellent creativity; very well thought out.

Some creativity; most parts appeared to have been thought out.

Little creativity; a few parts appeared to have been thought out.

Lacks creativity; not very thought out.

 

Overall Effectiveness

 

Extremely cohesive; all parts interrelate very well.

Cohesive; all parts interrelate well.

Somewhat cohesive; parts interrelate somewhat.

Lacks cohesion; parts do not interrelate.

 

 

 

 

 

1920s Silent Movie Rubric

 

 

3

2

1

 

 

Subject Matter

Material was relative to at least one or more editorial topics, and a creative choice.

Material was appropriate to at least one editorial topic.

Material was partly inappropriate but could be revised.

 

Storyline

The storyline contained a clear

and understandable beginning,

middle and end

The storyline attempted a

beginning, middle and end.

 

The storyline did not have a beginning, middle and end

 

 

Facial Expression

The silent film contained clear, convincible and believable facial expressions

 

The silent film attempted

facial expressions

 

The silent film did not contain

convincible nor believable

facial expressions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1920s Radio Broadcast

1. Students sign up for historical topics/events

 2. Research the topic, using the research links provided at the bottom of this page

 3. Create a script for your radio show 3 to 5 minutes in length.

 4. Throw some Slang of the 1920s into your script to make it sound more authentic!

 5. Rehearse for your podcast.

 6. Create your podcast.

 

 

 

1920s Radio Broadcast Rubric

 

Criteria

4

3

2

1

Focus

You stayed focused and on-task during preparation time.

You stayed focused and on-task during most of the preparation time.

You stayed focused and on-task during some of the preparation time.

You often did not stay focused and on-task during preparation time.

 

Content

Demonstrates excellent analysis and knowledge of topic.

 

Demonstrates analysis and knowledge of topic.

 

 

Demonstrates some knowledge of topic.

 

 

Demonstrates little knowledge of the topic.

 

 

Organization

Information is historically accurate and engaging for the listener.

 

Information is mostly historically accurate and usually engaging for the listener.

 

Information has some historical accuracy and at times engages the listener.

 

Information is not historically accurate and/or does not engage the listener.

 

Style

Facts are drawn from at least four quality sources.

Facts are drawn from at least three quality sources.

Facts are drawn from at least two quality sources.

Less than two quality sources are used or sources are questionable.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Mrs. Blocker,
Mar 30, 2012, 7:25 AM
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