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ADA 2OIP: Silent Film Rubric

Name:__________________________
Categories
Knowledge
Mime Skills
A1.2
Thinking
Rehearsal/group
skills
A3.2

Blocking/
use of stage
A3.1
Communication
Storyline/genre
A1.1

LEVEL FOUR
(100 80%)
Demonstrates thorough
knowledge and
understanding of mime
principles
Student contributes ideas,
feedback, and positive
energy to rehearsals; Tons
of experimentation and/or
group work skills shownl

LEVEL THREE
(79 70%)
Demonstrates good
knowledge and
understanding of mime
principles
Student is usually working
with others to build scene;
Good experimenting
and/or work effectively in
a group

LEVEL TWO
(69 60%)
Demonstrates some
knowledge and
understanding of mime
principles
Student contributes
occasionally to rehearsals;
Some experimenting and/or
somewhat effective group
work

LEVEL ONE
(59 50%)
Demonstrates limited
knowledge and
understanding of mime
principles
Student is unfocused
during rehearsals; Limited
exploration and work
skills shown

Excellent use of stage


space/blocking. Actions are
always directed to intended
audience

Good use of stage


space/blocking. Actions
are directed to intended
audience

Satisfactory use of stage


space; some work needed on
blocking

Ineffective use of space;


little evidence of blocking

Surprising, moving and


well-thought-out story; true
to genre

Story is clear and mostly


effective; consistent with
genre

Somewhat clear and


effective story; adheres to
genre somewhat

Story is limited; no
evidence of genre chosen

Exceptional focus through


challenging material

Considerable focus
onstage

Occasionally focused in
performance

Actor is rarely focused in


performance

Actions and details are


always exaggerated; mime
is always crisp; whole body
is always used; Clicks
can always be seen

Actions and details are


usually exaggerated; mime
is mostly crisp; whole
body is mostly used;
Clicks usually seen

Actions and details are often


exaggerated; mime is
sometimes crisp; whole body
is sometimes used; Clicks
can sometimes be seen

Actions and details are


rarely exaggerated; mime
is rarely crisp; whole body
is rarely used; Clicks
can rarely be seen

Production elements and


music thoroughly enhance
overall production.

Prod. elements and music


are useful and connected
to the story

Prod. elements and m;usic


show some thought

Prod. elements and music


are limited

Thorough
understanding of
theatre & audience
etiquette, in
classroom and
performance
contexts.

Good understanding
of theatre &
audience etiquette

Some understanding
of theatre & audience
etiquette

Limited
understanding

Application
Actor Focus
A2.1
Mime Illusions
A1.2
A2.2

Music/Production
Elements (props,
costumes) A3.3
Theatre/audience
etiquette
C3.3

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