PDF Role Play Rubric (PRIMARY)-1

PDF Role Play Rubric (PRIMARY)-1 - topic. ***This portion...

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Name:_____________ Topic: _____________ Primary Role Play: Portrayal of ConFict Situation for Assigned Topic Area Description (points possible) Points 1. Embodiment of Perspective The writing and presentation of the role play should exemplify that students have fully taken on and understood the perspective of the characters within. They should be able to answer questions in character, clearly illustrate an empathic understanding of a person in the given situation, etc. (10 points) 2. Incorporation of Class Resources/Accuracy of Role Play: Role plays should be based on information garnered from class lectures (or presentations and Flms) as well as any relevant textbooks, articles, handouts, etc. All class materials may be used in informing the role play situation. It should be an appropriate portrayal of a realistic situation relevant to the assigned
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Unformatted text preview: topic. ***This portion will be graded based on role play observation and the turned-in bullet points noting class materials that have been incorporated.*** (10 points) 3. Adherence to Assignment: Students must adhere to role play guidelines - 3 minutes in length, respectfu l portrayal of a con±ict situation for a couple in the assigned topic area, appropriate use of resources, etc. (10 points) 4. Preparation: It is important that role plays illustrate an appropriate amount of time and thought involved in their planning and execution. Students should know their roles, lines, and have the role play well planned and rehearsed. (10 points) 5. Teamwork: An appropriate division of labor and joint effort in role play preparation should be illustrated in the presentation. (10 points) Total:...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course FMSC 260 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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