Evaluation Rubric for Video Production

Levels of Performance

Dimensions of Performance

Below Standard

Score: 1

Satisfactory

Score: 2

Accomplished

Score: 3

Excellent

Score: 4

Planning

Research, Storyboarding, and Rehearsal

Students need help to research and write a script. The storyboard does not match the final production. Some group members have roles and some perform very few tasks. Some video vocabulary and floor language is used during rehearsals. Students need to be reminded to stay on task

Students need help to research and write a script. There is a storyboard that is adhered to during production. Most group members have roles and use some video vocabulary and floor language during rehearsals. Students need to be reminded to stay on task.

Students research and write a compelling and creative script. The storyboard is drawn carefully with shot compositions included. All group members have their and use video vocabulary and floor language during rehearsals.

Students research independently and write a compelling and creative script. The storyboard is drawn carefully with set design and shot compositions included. All group members define their roles and use video vocabulary and floor language during rehearsals.

Content

The project has a focus but may stray from it at times. There is an organizational structure, though it may not be carried through in a consistent manner. There may be factual errors or inconsistencies, but they are relatively minor. Less than adequate evidence of student learning and efforts are reflected in student's project.

There is focus that is maintained throughout the project. The project presents information in a accurate and organized manner that can be understood by the intended audience. Adequate evidenced of student learning and efforts are reflected in student's project.

The project has a clear focus related to the chosen topic and one or more of the following elements; reflects broad research and application of critical thinking skills; shows notable insight or understanding of the topic. Excellent evidence of student learning and efforts are reflected in student's project.

The project has a clear focus related to the chosen topic and one or more of the following elements; reflects broad research and application of critical thinking skills; shows notable insight or understanding of the topic. Excellent evidence of student learning and efforts are reflected in student's project.

Layout/

Design

 

Either lack of preparation or illogical sequence. Transitions are choppy or distract the viewer. Titles are not present or distract from the overall video. Does not have a storyboard.

Adequate preparation and sequence is shown. Transitions are adequate. Titles are present. If storyboard is present, it shows the project in a broad outline.

Sequence of project components is clear and evident. Transitions provide easy movement from one scene to another. Titles are used and add to the video's flow. Storyboard shows general outline.

Organization of presentation is excellent. Transitions add to the viewer's understanding of the topic. Titles are added to enhance understanding. Storyboard shows progression.

Technical

Elements

The camera work is choppy and the scenes are blurry or panning is too fast. Sound and visual files contain significant distortion. Transitions are awkward between scenes. Titles are illegible. Technical difficulties seriously interfere with the viewer's ability to see, hear, or understand content.

The camera work may be choppy or panning is too fast. Sound and visual files may have some distortion but it doesn't distract the viewer. There are some technical problems, but the viewer is able to follow the presentation.

The camera work is generally smooth and the focus is usually crisp. Sound and visual files are mostly distortion free. Transitions provide a smooth movement between scenes. Titles are mostly legible. There are few technical problems.

The camera work is smooth and the focus is crisp. Sound and visual files are distortion free. Transitions are timed for smooth movement between scenes. Titles are legible. There are few technical problems, and none of a serious nature.

Collaboration

Obvious that the presentation was created by one person 

Students make poor choices for group members. The group is unable to complete the video in a timely fashion

Presentation a result of a group effort, but only some members contributed

Students select group members according to social desires. Some students in the group participate actively. Few students excel in the activities

Students worked together and were assigned different roles

Students select group members based on good working relationships. All students in the group participate actively 100% of the time. Most students excel in the activities

Effective teamwork. The final product represents something that would have been impossible to accomplish working alone.

Students select group members based on good working relationships. All students in the group participate actively 100% of the time. Each student excels in every activity