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Feb 11, 2015

Drama Rubric for Elementary Students

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Drama Rubric for Elementary Students



   Name:  ____________________                    Date: _____________________


Unit of Inquiry             : Art Smart
Project                         : Hand Shadow
Strand                          : Creative Exploration and Expression
Learning Outcomes     : Students will stimulate and develop their creativity and
                                      imagination.

Criteria
Needs Improvement
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Self-confidence
Student does not show confidence at all.
Student shows confidence in some parts of the presentation.
Student shows confidence in most parts of the presentation.
Student shows confidence throughout the presentation.
Creativity
Not yet able to create the hand shadow.

Able to create one or two hand shadow(s)

Able to create three or four hand shadows

Able to create more than five hand shadows

Express ideas individually
Very reluctant to express and contribute ideas individually

Sometimes expresses ideas but has difficulty in expressing them

Often expresses original ideas individually

Consistently expresses original ideas individually




Student Self- Assessment


Criteria

           Yes      
No
Not Yet
Self-confidence
I presented my hand shadows confidently.
J
K
L
Imagination
I was imaginative in creating hand shadows.
J
K
L
Creativity
My hand shadows are unique.
J
K
L
?What is your favourite hand shadow?
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?In this activity I believed I demonstrated the following attributes of the IB
                   Learner Profile (circle one from the list below).


 Inquirer         Thinker            Communicator            Risk-taker                   Balanced Knowledgeable   Principled           Caring             Open-minded               Reflective



Drama Rubric for Elementary Students



Name:  ____________________                       Date: _____________________

Strand                       : CREATIVE EXPLORATION AND EXPRESSION
Learning Outcome : Students will do a role play to explore feelings and emotions.

Criteria
Needs Improvement
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Self-confidence
Student does not show confidence at all.
Student shows confidence in some parts of the play.
Student shows confidence in most parts of the play.
Student shows confidence throughout the play.
Self-expression
Very reluctant to express his/her own emotions and feelings during the play
Sometimes expresses his/her own emotions and feelings during the play
Often expresses his/her own emotions and feelings during the play
Consistently expresses his/her own emotions and feelings during the play
Imagination
Not-yet able to develop his/her imagination in accurate and expressive manner
Able to develop his/her imagination in portraying a character, but requires additional work in a few key areas
Able to develop his/her imagination in portraying a character appropriately
Able to develop his/her imagination in portraying a character, often going beyond what is expected
Participation
Takes an active part in the play if reminded by the teacher
Takes an active part in few parts of the play only
Takes an active  part in some parts of the play
Takes an active part of the play at all times 


Student Self- Assessment
This is what I did
Yes
No
Not Yet
I performed confidently.
J
K
L
I showed appropriate expressions.
J
K
L
I enjoyed participating in the play.
J
K
L


Drama Rubric for Elementary Students



Name:  ____________________                        Date: _____________________

Unit of Inquiry               : Signs & Symbols
Project                           : Pantomime
Strand                            : PERFORMANCE
Learning Outcome         : 1. Students are able to portray and sustain a character role
                                            in a given situation.
  2. Students are able to share ideas and to create a simple
      scene in a small group.

Criteria
Needs Improvement
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Mime Techniques
Actions are unclear
Only few actions are clear and meaningful.
Some actions are clear and meaningful.
All actions are clear and meaningful, confidently presented
Body Language
Facial expressions and body movements are unclear
Facial expressions and body movements are somewhat appropriate
Facial expressions
and body movements are appropriate to the context of the
scene
Facial expressions and body movements are appropriate to the context of the scene
Personal Space
Student is unaware of his/her own space during the play
Student is aware of his/her own space if reminder by the teacher
Student is aware of his/her own space during the play
Student is extremely aware of his/her own space during the play
Cooperation
Very reluctant to express or contribute ideas to his/her group
Sometimes listens to others but has difficulty in expressing ideas to his/her group
Often listens to others and expresses ideas to his/her group
Consistently listens to others and expresses ideas to his/her group


Student Self- Assessment
?Please write down 2 important things that you have learned from this activity.
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?How to improve my drama skills?
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TEACHER’S COMMENTS

                                                                                                                              


Drama Rubric for Elementary Students



Name:  ____________________                   Date: _______________________

Unit of Inquiry     : Learn to Live and Live to Learn
Project                 : Making a Movie

Learning Outcome
1. Students will play a character within a production with confidence,
    memorizing lines and complex stage directions.
2. Students will work cooperatively in groups to create their own movie.

Performance Criteria
Beginning
Developing
Accomplishing
Excellent
Acting
Skills
Not yet able to act and portray the character in an accurate and expressive manner
Able to act and portray the character appropriately but requires additional work in a few key areas
Able to act and portray the character appropriately and confidently
Able to act and portray the character appropriately and confidently, often going beyond what is expected
Creativity
Movie shows simple composition but  creativity is not demonstrated
Movie shows simple composition and  creativity is demonstrated
Movie shows sophisticated composition,  creativity is demonstrated
Movie shows complex composition, creativity is obvious demonstrated
Participation
Takes an active part in the play if reminded by the teacher
Takes an active part in few parts of the play only
Takes an active  part in some parts of the play
Takes an active part of the play at all times 
Cooperation
Very reluctant to express or contribute ideas to the group project.
Sometimes listens to others but has difficulty expressing ideas to his/her group
Often listens to others and expresses ideas to his/her group
Consistently listens to others and expresses ideas to his/her group
Student Self-Assessment
What is the most part that I like about the movie?






What are my contributions to this project?






                                    


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