Para Pres Rubric - Shakespeare's Life & Times
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Shakespeare's Context Presentation Rubric
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Main IdeasReaders identified the main ideas of each section and were able to state clearly. Readers indentified most main ideas and were able to state them clearly. Readers may have missed a few main ideas or were unable to state them clearly. The majority of main ideas are not present in the paraphrase.
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Key FactsKey facts and details are included with precision. Key facts and details are included, although some frivolous information or some repeated information may be included. Some key facts and details were not included in the paraphrase. Many key facts and details were not included in the paraphrase.
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Paraphrase Writers successfully changed sentence structure, organization, and wording while keeping the essence of the original text intact. Writers attempted to change sentence structure and wording with some success. The original meaning is mostly intact, although some confusion may be present. Writers lifted some phrases from the original text verbatim, however most of the work is still original. Some areas may be general or repetitive. Writers lifted several phrases from the original text without changing them. Alternatively, the writing is repetitive, general, or not based on the source text.
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Poster Poster is aesthetically pleasing, well-organized, and easy to read.Poster is somewhat aesthetically pleasing, well-organized, and easy to read.Poster is functional, but we wouldn't want to hang it up for a display. Poster may look messy, have an unclear structure, or be difficult to read.
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Presentation Presenters exuded confidence, clarity of voice, and control of the audience. Eye contact was consistent. Speech was fluent. Presenters seemed confident, spoke clearly, and generally had control of the audience. The presentation could have been more fluent or focused. Eye contact was used. Presenters made a minimal effort to take the stage, make eye contact, and keep audience attention. Voices may have been quiet or speech may have been halting. Presenters were difficult to hear, mumbled, goofed around, or seemed unprepared. Little to no interest shown by audience.
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