Folktale Rubric for______________

English Project for Class _________

Quarter 4                         Score_______%

Category

AP

90 → 100

PP/BP

 70 → 89

NP

69 or Less

Reading and research on folktales

(Reading)

35

  • I read/viewed 4 or more versions of my folktale
  • I completed all mini assignments with excellence.
  • Points 31.5 → 35
  • I read/viewed 3 versions of my folk tale.
  • I completed the mini lessons and learned about folktales at about 80% level.
  • Points 24.5 → 31
  • I read/viewed  only 1 or 2 versions.
  • I didn’t finish or poorly finished the mini lessons.
  • 24 or less

Story Retelling

(Speaking)

10

  • I retold the story in my own words to at least two different people and small groups, at least 3 times before I recorded my story.
  • I recorded my voice telling the story in my own words after a lot of practice.
  • I listened to the recording and made it better before I wrote the words down.
  • Points 9 → 10
  • I told the story to one person at least 2 times before I wrote it
  • I recorded my voice and listened to it, but I didn’t find anything to make better.        
  • Points 7 → 8.9

  • I thought about or told the story one time before I wrote it.
  • I didn’t make the time to record my own voice saying the story.
  • Points 6.9 or less

First draft of your own version of the folktale (Writing)

10

  • I wrote the draft from my own head without copying anything from a book.         
  • I created a new setting, characters and/or plot elements.
  • The story is complete and interesting.
  • Points 9 → 10
  • I used the same characters, setting and plot; I didn’t change any elements.
  • I used the book to remind me.
  • The story is complete.
  • Points 7 → 8.9        
  • My characters, setting and plot are underdeveloped.
  • The story isn’t  understandable  because too much is missing.
  • Points 6.9 or less

Storyboard

(Writing)

5

  • I mapped out the story with details before I started the final draft.
  • I kept my storyboard and turned it in.
  • Points 4.5 → 5
  • There is a storyboard and I used it to plan. It might changed or incomplete, though.
  • Points 3.5 → 4.4
  • What storyboard? I think I made one, but I lost it.
  • Or I didn’t even make a storyboard.
  • Points 3.4 or less

Final Project

(Writing)

25

  • I created something special
  • All class time was used wisely, and it shows.
  • No mistakes
  • Creative final: children’s books, paper slide show, poem, skit, or your idea.
  • Points 22.5 → 25
  • Completed final draft on time
  • Neat
  • 1 → 3 mistakes
  • An adequate final project that shared your folktale.
  • Points 17.5 → 22
  • Sloppy or unfinished artwork.
  • Not creative
  • 4 or more mistakes in grammar, punctuation, spelling.
  • Points 17 or less

Presentation in Class

(Speaking)

5

  • Stands straight and tall with only appropriate gestures or movement
  • speaks loudly and clearly
  • shows confidence
  • knows material
  • speaks at an effective pace--not too fast or slow.
  • Points 4.5 → 5
  • Most of the time stands straight and tall
  • may have an occasional extra movement or gesture that takes away from the presentation
  • Spoke loudly and clearly at least 80% of the time, was able to be understood
  • May have read from notes, but kept face showing and was prepared
  • May have spoken a bit quickly
  • Points 3.5 → 4.4
  • Some of the following:
  • Poor posture
  • Inappropriate gestures and distracting body motions (e.g. hands in pockets, arms swinging)
  • Spoke too softly to be understood
  • Unprepared
  • Too slow or too fast pace.
  • It was hard to understand the story you read.
  • Points 3.4 or less

Sharing with KG students

(Speaking)

10

  • Spoke with expression and slowly enough for the young students to understand. I helped them understand with actions and expressions.
  • The children enjoyed my story.
  • Made a connection with the child.
  • Points 9 → 10
  • I did a good job.
  • The story was understood.
  • Points 7 → 8.9
  • The children had a hard time understanding the story because of my presentation or the story itself.
  • Points 6.9 or less

Total  →  100

Reading = 35     Writing = 40     Speaking = 25

Student Comments

Teacher Comments

16 May 2018 - Work done at home or in a shop will receive only 50% score for the project.