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Rubric for Reader s Theatre by HC121001061817


									                                                      Rubric for Reader’s Theatre

Grade 4 – 8                     D                              C                                B                                A                   Mark
Grade 1 - 3                 Beginning                     Satisfactory                      Proficient                        Excellent
Vocal/Verbal          Little verbal or vocal      Occasionally demonstrates       Demonstrates variety in          Demonstrates variety in
Expression             use.                         variety in one or two of the     volume, tone, pitch and voice     volume, tone, pitch and
                      Expression monotone or       criteria.                        quality.                          voice quality appropriate
                       difficult to hear.          Expression is mostly            Expression is interesting and     to character.
                                                    understandable.                  understandable.                  Expression enhances
                                                                                                                       character/ situation.
Effect on Audience    Audience is confused.       Audience follows                Audience clearly enjoys          Audience is deeply
                                                    performance politely.            performance.                      engaged, eager to follow
                                                                                                                       performance and responds
Focus                 Performance                 Performance mostly              Flashes of spontaneity and       Performance is alive and
                       inconsistent.                consistent and relatively        style enliven solid               explores the bounds of
                                                    smooth.                          performance.                      form.
Enunciation           Words are not clearly       Some words are clearly          Most words are clearly           All words are clearly
                       enunciated.                  enunciated.                      enunciated.                       enunciated.
                      Presentation is             Some of the presentation is     Most of the presentation is      Presentation is easily
                       incomprehensible.            comprehensible.                  comprehensible.                   understood.
Volume                Voice is inaudible.         Volume is too low.              Volume is adequate.              Volume projects well. All
                                                                                                                       audience members can
                                                                                                                       easily hear the
Preparedness          Students have not           Students have practiced and     Students have practiced and      Students are well prepared.
                       practiced and/or planned     a general outline with some      the outline is clear and         It is obvious from the
                       presentation thoroughly.     details are in place.            ordered.                          polish and ease of the
                                                                                    Most details are planned          performance that much
                                                                                     ahead.                            practice and planning has
                                                                                                                       taken place.

                                                                                                                           Mary Jane Schuler, 2005

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