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Story board rubric

Page history last edited by Patti 7 years, 12 months ago

This is an example of a story board rubric from http://www.techteachers.com/digstory/gradclass/rubrics.htm

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Story board

Storyboard is not

done or is so

incomplete that it

could not be used

even as a general

guide. Storyboard

reflects very little

planning of the

visuals.

Storyboard has glaring

omissions in scene

planning. There are

some sketches, and

notes on titles,

transitions, special

effects, sound, etc.

Storyboard reflects

attempts at planning

and organization for

the visuals in the

video.

Storyboard is

relatively complete

with sketches for

most scenes, and

notes on titles,

transitions, special

effects, sound, etc.

Storyboard reflects

effective planning and

organization for the

visuals in the video.

 

complete with

sketches for each

scene, detailed notes

on titles, transitions,

special effects,

sound, etc.

Storyboard reflects

outstanding planning

and organization for

the visuals in the

video.

Storyboard is

Process

There is no evidence of a storyline

The story is difficult to follow

The story is complete, yet lacking depth

The story is easy to follow and shows significant planning

Format and Technology use

The story is incomplete

The story needs editing

The story needs additional editing 

The technology supports the story

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is another example at http://www.eusd4kids.org/edtech/Proj_LIVE/script_rubric.pdf

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