Our English class

Voicethread Rubric

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CATEGORY
4
3
2
1
Research
Student researched the subject and integrated 3 or more “tidbits” from their research into their voicethread.
Student researched the subject and integrated 2 “tidbits” from their research into their voicethread.
Student researched the subject and integrated 1 “tidbit” from their research into their voicethread.
Either no research was done or it was not clear that the group used it in the voicethread.
Accuracy of Facts
All supportive facts are reported accurately (3 of 3).
Almost all facts are reported accurately (2 of 3).
One fact is reported accurately.
No facts are reported accurately OR no facts were reported.
Awareness of Audience
Student can clearly explain why they felt the vocabulary, audio and graphics they chose fit their intended audience.
Student can explain why they felt the vocabulary, audio and graphics they chose fit their intended audience.
There was some awareness of the audience, but student can describe how the vocabulary, audio and graphics they chose fit their intended audience
Limited attention to audience in designing voicethread AND/OR student can explain how the element relate to the audience.
Point of View – Purpose
Voicethread establishes a purpose at the beginning and maintains that focus throughout! Cohesive voicethread.
Establishes a purpose at the beginning, but occasionally wanders from that focus.
The purpose is somewhat clear but many aspects of the voicethread seem only slightly related.
It was difficult to figure out the purpose of the voicethread.
Duration of presentation
The voicethread was between 1.5 and 3 minutes and did not seem hurried or too slow.
The voicethread was between 1.5 and 3 minutes but seemed SLIGHTLY hurried or too slow.
The voicethread was between 1.5 and 3 minutes but seemed VERY hurried or too slow.
The voicethread was too long or too short.

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