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Media Savvy Kids Choose Your Own Adventure Video Project Rubric

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Media Savvy Kids Choose Your Own Adventure Video Project Rubric

  1. 1. Choose Your Own Adventure Video Media Savvy Kids Project Rubric Awesome – You might have a future in this field! Good Job – Solid ideas and project presented. There are a few kinks to work out. Back to the Drawing Board Knowledge & Application of Critical Lens (X2) Applies critical lens (race, gender, age, socio-class, etc.) in- depth to media text clearly and correctly. Applies critical lens to media text appropriately. Lacks some details to enhance understanding. Applies critical perspectives to the media text. Information included but not substantially supported. Information not developed and offers no specifics; unclear of critical lens and how it relates to text. Evidence to Support Claim Includes multiple (4-5), specific examples from the text to support claims. Includes 3-4 specific examples from the text to support claims. Includes 2-3 examples from the text to support claim. Minimal (1-2) examples to support claims. Video Component Video component is professional, clear, and polished. Actors present information in engaging manner. Effective presentation with information presented in a straight forward manner. Presentation adequate but moments of awkward pauses and or disruptions. Presentation unsuccessful in presenting ideas clearly; actors distracting on camera and take away from the presentation. Collaboration Partners show respect for one another, get along especially well, and work together on all aspect of the project. Partners get along well and share equally in responsibilities. Partners need constant reminders to stay on task and complete aspects of the project. One partner does most of the work. Partners do not share responsibilities and argue in creating project. Individual Contribution The student is always on task, stays in his/her own group, and causes no disruptions. Students show respect for one another and work together on all aspects of the project. Student stays in his/her group, talks quietly to. This student stays on task for the most part and shares equally in group responsibilities The student stays in his/her group, talks quietly to their group most of the time, and causes minimum distractions. The student is occasionally/often out of groups and causes disruption in the classroom or lets partner do most of the work. Use of Class Time Student used class time effectively and efficiently to complete project. Students used class time well to complete project. Student needed reminders to complete tasks and to get project completed in timely manner. Student rarely on task and teacher needed to intervene to get project completed. Teacher’s Comments:

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