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Small Group Arrangement Rubric and Grading Sheet

Did the student meet the requirements in the project description?


1. At least one instrument (5 pt)
2. A mix of solo and group singing (harmony is encouraged, but not required) (10 pt)
3. A sheet with some form of legible notation (traditional or invented) that outlines your
arrangement (10 pt)
4. Three brief paragraphs about your arrangement (15 pt)
The first should explain this song was chosen and what it means to the group
The second should give some background information about the piece and describe
any recordings that inspired the arrangement
The third should describe how the song was arranged
5. At least two verses are included in the arrangement if the chosen song is in verse-chorus
form (5 pt)
Performance Rubric:
Novice (D)
Instrumentation
The group did
not include an
instrument or
the playing
contained
extensive
errors (pitch,
rhythm, etc.)
Tone Quality

Expression

Singers
lacked breath
support,
correct
intonation,
and did not
noticeably
sing in the
style of
Appalachian
folk singers
Performers
rarely made
eye contact
with audience,
did not show
appropriate
facial
expression,
and did not

Developing (C)
The group
briefly included
an instrument,
but the
performance
included several
errors (pitch,
rhythm, etc.)

Satisfactory (B)
The group
integrated an
instrument into
their
performance
with some
errors (pitch,
rhythm, etc.)

Singers
occasionally
sang with good
breath support
and intonation.
Little effort was
made to sing in
the style of
Appalachian
folk singers.

Singers mostly
sang with good
breath support
and intonation.
Some effort
was made to
sing in the style
of Appalachian
folk singers.

Performers
occasionally
made eye
contact with
audience,
showed
appropriate
facial
expression, and

Performers
sometimes
made eye
contact with
audience,
showed
appropriate
facial
expression, and

Excellent (A)
The group
expressively
integrated an
instrument into
their
performance
with few to no
errors (pitch,
rhythm, etc.)
Singers
consistently
sang with good
breath support
and intonation.
Clear effort was
made to sing in
the style of
Appalachian
folk singers.
Performers
often made eye
contact with
audience,
showed
appropriate
facial
expression, and
vocally

Ensemble
Sound/Cohesion

vocally
emphasize
important
words or
phrases.
Performers
did not
coordinated
well together;
performance
felt disjointed.

vocally
emphasized
important words
or phrases.
Performers
sometimes
coordinated
well together;
performance
was somewhat
choppy.

vocally
emphasized
important
words or
phrases.
Performers
mostly
coordinated
well together;
performance
only had a few
moments of
choppiness.

emphasized
important

Performers
coordinated
very well
together;
performance
felt unified and
flowed
smoothly.

Writing rubric:
Grammar,
spelling, and
punctuation
Clarity

Accurate and
applicable
information

Novice (D)
Writing
contained
extensive typos
and grammatical
errors
Writing
expressed points
with
considerable
ambiguity and
added wordiness
Information is
largely
inaccurate and
inapplicable

Developing (C)
Writing
contained several
typos and
grammatical
errors
Writing
expressed points
with some
ambiguity and
added wordiness

Satisfactory (B)
Writing
contained some
typos and
grammatical
errors
Writing
expressed points
with little
ambiguity and
added wordiness

Excellent (A)
Writing
contained few to
no typos and
grammatical
errors
Writing
expressed points
clearly and
concisely
throughout

Information is
often inaccurate
and inapplicable

Information is
sometimes
inaccurate and
inapplicable

Information is
consistently
accurate and
applicable