Video Production
Detailed Rubric

This rubric is based on MYP design criteria B & C. Please feel free to modify this rubric with language that is task specific to the video project you are implementing in your classroom.  

Criterion B: Developing ideas (Video Pre-Production)  

Maximum: 8

Students should be able to:

  1. develop a video script based on their understanding of context, characters & setting
  2. develop a video storyboard that considers sequence and duration of shots, dialogue, effective use of camera, production design details and use of sound.  
  3. develop a video shot list that demonstrates understanding of the resources required for a successful video production process and a plan for execution.
  4. present and justify a list of specific tools and editing programs that be used for the production of the final product.  


Video Filming & Editing Rubric

Student:

Peer Reviewer:

The student demonstrates the following level of technical skills in filming:

0

NOT INCLUDED

1-2

POOR

3-4

GOOD

5-6

VERY GOOD

7-8

EXCELLENT!

Effective framing and camera angles

High quality sound recording

Effective lighting throughout

Steady camera-work (i.e. tripod used, if appropriate)

Criteria included

Suggested Changes (if any):

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The student demonstrates the following level of technical skills in editing:

0

NOT INCLUDED

1-2

POOR

3-4

GOOD

5-6

VERY GOOD

7-8

EXCELLENT!

Only quality shots remain

Appropriate music for mood

Background audio levels are balanced and allow for main audio track to be heard

Length of video is appropriate for the target audience

Transitions are appropriate and consistent

Flow and rhythm of editing are appropriate and do not distract the audience

Lighting and color are adjusted to \enhance shots if needed

Graphics and / or animations (if any) reinforce key points and are appropriate for the target audience

Credits are given to the following elements:

  • music
  • video
  • cast and crew
  • locations

Suggested Changes (if any):

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