Collaborate to Tell a Story Rubric
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Collaborate to Tell a Story RubricLearner name: Class:
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ProjectsLevel of PerformanceFeedback
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OutcomeComponentsBeginningDeveloping AccomplishedExemplaryScoreComments
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Brainstorm Story Ideas (using Docs)DocumentDocument has been created but is untitledDocument has been created but does not have an appropriate nameDocument has been created, has been named and has been shared correctlyDocument has been created, has an appropriate name and has been shared correctly
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IdeasFewer than 5 ideas in each of 3 categories:
- Settings
- Characters
- Problems
5 to 9 ideas in each of 3 categories:
- Settings
- Characters
- Problems
10 ideas in each of 3 categories:
- Settings
- Characters
- Problems
10 or more ideas correctly categorized in each of 3 categories:
- Settings
- Characters
- Problems
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Link to Exemplary ProjectStory ElementsNo story elements (setting, character, and problem) are identified using bold, font color, etc.Fewer than 3 story elements (setting, character, and problem) are identified using bold, font color, etc.3 story elements (setting, character, and problem) are identified using bold, font color, etc.3 story elements (setting, character, and problem) that logically relate to one another are identified using bold, font color, etc.
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Link to Beginning ProjectSynopsisDocument does not have a synopsis.Document has a synopsis, but it discusses fewer than 3 story elements.Document has a synopsis that discusses all 3 story elements.Document has a synopsis that discusses all 3 story elements clearly, concisely and completely
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Title SlideTitle and subtitle are not included on the first slideTitle is included on the first slide but not the subtitleTitle and subtitle are included on the first slideTitle and subtitle are included on the first slide that accurately describe the story and engage the reader
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Problem SlideProblem is not clearly stated. No links are included to allow the reader to make a decisionProblem is stated but does not engage readers to continue. Links are included to allow the reader to make a decision. A majority of, but not all group members, provided links.Problem is stated but does not engage readers to continue. Links are included to allow the reader to make a decision. Each group member has provided a link.Problem is clearly stated and engages the reader to continue. Links are included to allow the reader to make a decision. Each group member has provided a link
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Create an Interactive Story (using Slides)Linking Slides- Majority of slides have fewer than 2 choices
- Choices are not linked correctly to other slides
- Majority of slides have at least 2 choices
- Majority of choices are linked correctly to other slides
- All slides have at least 2 choices
- All choices are all linked correctly to other slides
- All slides have at least 2 choices
- All choices are all linked correctly to other slides
-Choices make sense and connect to the synopsis the group wrote
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Link to Exemplary ProjectNumber of slides5 or fewer slides are used in the storyBetween 6 and 9 slides are used in the story10 slides are used in the story10 or more slides are used in the story that all connect to one another and make sense in the context of the story
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Link to Beginning ProjectStory EndingsStory is unfinished. Story provides no ending to the storyStory is finished and includes an ending but not a plausible ending.Story is finished. A plausible story ending is included.Story is finished with multiple story ending that are each creative, plausible and engaging.
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Slide DesignNo slides have design elements (image, video, sound, etc.)Half or fewer than half of slides have design elements (image, video, sound, etc.)All slides have design elements (image, video, sound, etc.)All slides have design elements (image, video, sound, etc.) that enhance the overall quality of the story
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Supplementary Rubric
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Other Learner OutcomesTeam CollaborationOne team member contributed to projectSome team members contributed to projectMost team members contributed to projectAll team members contributed equally to project
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Individual ContributionLearner did not contribute to the project.
Learner did not incorporate others ideas into the project.
Some of the time the learner:
- contributed to the project
- incorporated others ideas
Most of the time the learner:
- contributed to the project
- incorporated others ideas
Learner was fully engaged in the project, contributing to the project and incorporating others ideas
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