Radio Essay Scoring Guide
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Radio Essay Supplemental Scoring Guide In addition to the BSSD 6-Traits Scoring Guide, the following rubric will be used to determine Proficiency on the Radio Essay: Element Emerging Developing Proficient Advanced stays on task, uses appropriate Technology/ applications and web Computer tools, asks Use permission before using un-preapproved resources, meets tech all of proficient, plus standards listed for helps/teaches peers current level with technology expression for dialogue, overall Vocal reading of story has Presentation appropriate speed, all of proficient, plus / Recording articulation, and vocal delivery volume enhances the essay Layering & layering helps create Editing and/or maintain the mood of the story, Audio Files, editing is smooth for all of proficient, Digital transitions, layering plus:at least 4 layers Pictures, does not distract from of media (i.e. voice, etc. writing (writing sound effects, music, stands alone) picture, video) Part of Project that Addresses each Standard WR Standards addressed in Radio Essay Project prewr, drafting, revising, WR.05.01 6-Trait skills-L5 editing inspiration, other prewr WR.05.02 Pre-writing strategies activities all of project WR.05.03 Follows writing process upon submission/publication of WR.05.05 Writing samples-L5 a proficient project self and peer revisions WR.05.07 Revise writing-L5 developing rubric, reflection at WR.05.08 Explain judgments of end of project publication and quality share time prewr, drafting, revising, WR.06.01 6-Trait skills-L6 editing publishing to community/world rather than just the classroom, WR.06.02 Variety of Audiences-L6 etc. all of project WR.06.03 Uses writing process-L6 upon submission/publication of WR.06.05 Writing samples-L6 a proficient project self and peer revisions WR.06.06 Revise writing-L6 prewr, drafting, revising, WR.07.01 6-Trait skills-L7 editing all of project WR.07.04 Applies writing process reflection at end of project WR.07.05 Self-reflection publication and share time WR.07.06 Analyzes strengths and giving peer revision comments weaknesses taking notes during tech and WR.07.07 Note taking skills narrative mini-lessons upon submission/publication of WR.07.10 Writing samples-L7 a proficient project WR Standards addressed in Radio Essay Project Articulates and exhibits knowledge of the 6-Traits. Uses a variety of prewriting strategies including generating ideas (brainstorming, note taking, discussing, interviewing) and organizing information. Follows writing process (e.g., prewriting, drafting, evaluating, revising, proofreading, publishing or presenting). Writes a minimum of five proficient multi-paragraph writing samples in four different formats (both fiction and non-fiction) such as: narrative/creative, poetry, autobiographical, explanatory, observations or reports. (GLE 2.1.1, 2.2.1, 2.2.2) Revise writing to improve organization, word choice, paragraph development, and voice appropriate to the purpose. (GLE 2.4.1) Forms and explains own standards or judgments of quality writing Articulates and exhibits knowledge of the 6-Traits. Writes to a variety of audiences (e.g. author, friend, business, adult, self). (GLE [7&8]3.4.5) Uses the entire writing process consistently (prewriting, drafting, evaluating, revising, proofreading, publishing, or presenting).(GLE 3.2.4, [7&8]3.6.3) Writes a minimum of five proficient multi-paragraph** writing samples in five different formats (both fiction and non-fiction) such as: narrative/creative, poetry, autobiographical, explanatory (including: explaining a process, compositions that define, compositions that give reasons), summaries, scientific reports, and business letters (persuasive).(GLE [7&8]3.2.1, 3.2.2 3.2.4) Revises writing to improve style, word choice, sentence variety, and subtlety of meaning in relation to the purpose and audience. Articulates and exhibits knowledge of the 6-Traits. Applies the writing process independently (prewriting, drafting, evaluating, revising, proofreading, publishing or presenting). Practices self-reflection to improve writing. (GLE [9&10]4.4.1) Analyzes strengths and weaknesses in writing of peers. (GLE [9&10]4.4.1) Applies note-taking skills in a variety of situations. (GLE [9&10]4.4.2) Writes a minimum of five proficient writing samples (multiple paragraphs**): each in a different genre (both fiction and non-fiction) such as: narrative/creative, poetry, autobiographical, explanatory (including: explaining a process, compositions that define, compositions that give reasons, persuasive writing), summaries, research papers, scientific reports (see Write Source handbooks).(GLE [9&10]4.2.2) Part of Project that Addresses this Standard TE Standards addressed in Radio Essay Project use of recording devices and other forms during assignment TE.04.14 Use 4 Forms of Tech using inspiration, switching to iCal for WR class calendar (optional) TE.04.13 Tech Planning Tools mini lesson, quiz, use/creation of own files for radio essay TE.04.15 File Format and Size use of web, inspiration, garage band, other editing software, iTunes/Podcast, iMovie, etc. TE.04.16 Create Multimedia Project downloading audio clips, MP4 files, podcasts for layering and examples TE.05.03 Downloads from Internet using mP3/sound files for layering (radio essay), using video/picts for iMovie (optional, on own time) TE.05.10 Import Digital Media typing narrative essay (.doc), writing/typing rubric (.xls), using inspiration, etc., using/creating picts (.jpg-- optional), creating iMovie (.mov--optional) TE.05.11 Creates a Variety of Documents use of web, inspiration, garage band, other editing software, iTunes/Podcast, iMovie, etc.; final publication of Radio Essay or iMovie TE.05.14 Creates Multimedia Presentation creating/adding this publicaiton to a page (optional) TE.05.15 Personal Web Page publication of project TE.06.04 Format and Player Usage creating/adding this publicaiton to a page (optional) TE.06.08 Web Tools for Self completing this project for Writing Class TE.06.09 Tech Integration TE Standards addressed in Radio Essay Project Can use 4 various forms of technology, with assistance (i.e.. digital camera, digital video cameras, printers, scanners, flash drive, video conferencing, external hard drives etc.) Uses a technology tool to organize and plan (e.g. iCal, Inspiration). Explains various standard file formats (.pdf, .doc, .jpg, .xls, .ppt, .mov, .mp3, AIFF, .zip, .gif) and relative size. Use technology tools (e.g. multimedia authoring, presentation, web tools, digital cameras, scanners) for individual writing, communication, and desktop publishing to create knowledge product for audiences. Individually downloads items designated by instructor (internet, PODcasts, etc.). Import digital media (i.e.. video & photos). Independently uses and creates a variety of documents. Independently creates a presentation using a variety of media and archive to CD/DVD. Web Creation (personal web page creation with CMS or blog / works on a collaborative website or blog) Understands a variety of image, audio, and video formats and associated players. Uses the web for self expression/project (blogs, web pages, forums). Independently uses a variety of technology tools to complete project(s) in other content area(s). Radio Essay Project Provide specific timeline with a series of deadlines… my students had 5 days of mini-les Dates List of Activities Listen to 2 radio essays (Ira Glass, etc. or you can use student samples: http:/ Watch 1 narrative iMovie (Jack Black, etc.) Show standard(s) and rubric met through RE Project Word & Excel Mini-Lessons Use inspiration for prewrite Draft Narrative Type Narrative Practice Reading Out Loud and Timing Revise Cut to 5 minutes or less Revise Edit Garage Band Audio Record Choose radio essay or imovie Look at different suffixes (.doc, .mp3, etc.) Practice downloading/importing Add layers (music, sound effects) Import pics/video if applicable Final Product Possible Elements for Tech Mini-lessons: WORD changing font headers, dif. 1st page, footers shortcuts spacing, alignment, bullets, columns return, tab inserting tables, symbols, page numbers macros (disable to avoid spread of virus) shapes, transparency, selection, images comments ine with a series of deadlines… my students had 5 days of mini-lessons related to this project, and then had 2 months to complete thei ssays (Ira Glass, etc. or you can use student samples: http://unalakleet.bssd.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=vi iMovie (Jack Black, etc.) and rubric met through RE Project prewrite ut Loud and Timing uffixes (.doc, .mp3, etc.) ng/importing sound effects) f applicable EXCEL sorting return, tab, shift-tab, arrows re-selecting text functions formatting cells (merging, wrapping, aligning, etc.) changing row/column size changing font adding, naming worksheet hen had 2 months to complete their Radio Essays while continuing writing workshop with other samples.