Memory Box Rubric

Here, parents and students can review how this project will be assessed.  One third of the mark will be devoted to the writing itself.  Another third of the mark will focus on the collage or media aspect as well as the content within the box.  The final third of the assessment will be dedicated to the oral component of the presentation.

Memory Box Rubric

 
CATEGORY
4
3
2
1
Sentences and Paragraphs
Sentences and paragraphs are complete, well constructed and of varied structure.
All of the sentences are complete and well constructed.  Most paragraphs are well done.
Sentences and paragraphs are complete, but require further development.
Many sentences are grammatically incorrect.  Paragraphs do not flow in a logical sequence.
Grammar and Spelling
Almost no grammar or spelling errors.
There are some grammar and/or spelling errors.
Several grammar and/or spelling errors.
Many grammar and/or spelling errors.  Work was not proofread.
Graphic Relevance
All graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand.  Collage techniques are used with exceptional success.
Most graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand.  Collage techniques are used with some success.
Some graphics are related to the topic.  Collage techniques are used with limited success.
Graphics do not relate to the topic.  Collage techniques were not used.
Personal Items
Box contains 4 items that are clearly related to the presenter.
Box contains 3 items that are related to the presenter.
Box contains 2 items on the box that are somewhat related to the presenter.
Items are missing or have no relevance to the topic (the presenter’s personal life).
Speaks Clearly
Speaks clearly and distinctly almost all of the time and mispronounces few words.
Speaks clearly and distinctly most of the time and mispronounces some of the words.
Speaks clearly some of the time, but often mispronounces words.
Often mumbles or cannot be understood.  Many words are mispronounced.
Posture and Eye Contact
Stands straight, looks relaxed and confident.  Establishes eye contact with everyone during the presentation.
Stands straight and usually makes eye contact with most of the people during the presentation.
Sometimes stands straight.  Often has to look at written material to prompt what needs to be said.
Often slouches or leans on a desk or wall.  Rarely makes eye contact with anyone in the audience.
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One response to “Memory Box Rubric

  1. Hi Mr. O’Brien its me Sama and I miss you and the class I will be here tomorrow and share to you and the class about my time in Disney land. I also wanted to tell you I forgot the website to my memory box sentances.

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