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Video Project Rubric

Student Name: _________________________________


Task Description: Students will work together in assigned teams to create a video project that details a specific aspect of the
course. The presentation should include appropriate photographs, video, music, graphs, and other visual aids. The final project
should be burned to a DVD in a ull !ualit" !uickTime movie format.
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$oncept ,-./0 points
1as a clear picture of what the"
are tr"ing to achieve. #de2uate
description of what the" are
tr"ing to do and generall" how
his3her work will contribute to the
final project.
,0.,4 points
1as a fairl" clear picture of what
the" are tr"ing to achieve. $an
describe what the" are tr"ing to do
overall but has trouble describing
how his3her work will contribute to
the final project.
-.5 points
1as brainstormed their
concept, but no clear focus
has emerged. 6oals3final
product not clearl" defined.
0.4 points
7ittle effort has been spent on
brainstorming and refining a
concept. 8nclear on the goals
and how the project objectives
will be met.
Script3
Stor"board
,/.,- points
The stor"board illustrates the
video presentation structure with
thumbnail sketches of each
scene. +otes of proposed
transition, special effects, sound
and title tracks incl: te(t, color,
placement, graphics, etc. +otes
about proposed dialogue3
narration te(t are included.
9.,, points
The stor"board includes thumbnail
sketches of each video scene and
includes te(t for each segment of
the presentation, descriptions of
background audio for each scene,
and notes about proposed shots
and dialogue.
4.: points
The thumbnail sketches on
the stor"board are not in
logical se2uence and do not
provide complete
descriptions of the video
scenes, audio background,
or notes about the dialogue.
0.; points
There is no evidence of a
stor"board or script.
$ontent3
*rgani<ation
,-./0 points
The content includes a clear
statement of purpose or theme
and is creative, compelling and
clearl" written. # rich variet" of
supporting information in the
video contributes to the
understanding of the project=s
main idea. 'vents and messages
are presented in a logical order.
%ncludes properl" cited sources.
,0.,4 points
%nformation is presented as a
connected theme with accurate,
current supporting information that
contributes to understanding the
project=s main idea. Details are
logical and persuasive information
is effectivel" used. The content
includes a clear point of view with a
progression of ideas and
supporting information. %ncludes
-.5 points
The content does not
present a clearl" stated
theme, is vague, and some
of the supporting information
does not seem to fit the
main idea or appears as a
disconnected series of
scenes with no unif"ing main
idea. %ncludes few citations
and few facts.
0.4 points
$ontent lacks a central theme,
clear point of view and logical
se2uence of information. >uch of
the supporting information is
irrelevant to the overall message.
The viewer is unsure what the
message is because there is little
persuasive information and onl"
one or two facts about the topic
are articulated. %nformation is
properl" cited sources. incorrect, out of date, or
incomplete. +o citations
included.
!ualit" ,/.,- points
>ovie was completed and had all
re2uired elements. The video
was well edited and moves
smoothl" from scene to scene
with proper use of transitions.
#udio and other enhancements
were well used.
9.,, points
>ovie was completed and
contained all re2uired items.
'diting was not done as well as it
should have been. Some poor
shots remain. >ovie is still
somewhat chopp". #udio and other
enhancements were utili<ed, but
not for ma(imum effect.
4.: points
>ovie was made, but had
ver" little if an" editing.
>an" poor shots remain.
Video was ver" fragmented
and chopp" with little to no
audio reinforcement.
0.; points
There was no movie, or tape was
totall" unedited with no
transitions or audio support of
an" kind.
Teamwork ,/.,- points
Student met and had discussions
regularl". #ll students on the
team contributed to the
discussion and were part of the
final project. Team members
showed respect with each other.
9.,, points
Students met and had discussions
regularl". >ost of the students on
the team contributed to the
discussion and were part of the
final project. Team members
mostl" showed respect with each
other.
4.: points
*nl" a couple of team
meetings were held. >ost of
the students on the team
contributed at some level,
but a majorit" of the work
was done b" one or two.
0.; points
>eetings were not held and3or
some of the team members did
not contribute at all to the project.
7ow levels of respect were
evident within the team.
Timeliness ,/.,- points
#ll project deadlines were met.
9.,, points
>ost project deadlines were met.
Those that were late did not have
significant impact on the finished
project.
4.: points
>an" project deadlines were
not met, resulting in some
impact on the finished
project.
0.; points
Deadlines were regularl" missed,
having a significant impact on the
final project.
Final Score