Performance Rubric for Skits

 

Excellent

4

Good

3

Competent

2

Developing

1

Non-Existent

0

CONTENT          
  • The central theme of the skit presents a concept that is important and relevant to the topic.
         
  • There is accurate and rich use of facts that give support to the important theme and ideas of the topic.
         
  • Analytic reasoning is employed through use of thinking tools such as comparison, debate, discussion, analogy.  Different points of view are considered, accounted for, and evaluated.
         
  • The story of the skit is interesting and makes rational sense in furthering one's understanding of the important themes being applied.
         
PERFORMANCE          
  • All students have important performance parts in conveying the concepts and information.
         
  • Dialogue supports the plot and advances the audience's understanding of important themes and ideas.
         
  • The actors interacted with the audience by making eye contact, physical  movements, and gesturing.
         
  • The audience could easily see and hear the skit.
         
  • The actors knew their roles and did not rely upon written scripts or notes.
         
  • The skit was between 7-10 minutes in length.
         
CREATIVE EFFORT          
  • Rich use of visual and/or audio props enhanced the presentation and interest in the performance and supported the themes of the skit.
         

TOTAL

40-44 = A; 36-39 = B; 32-35 = C; 28-31 = D