DOASDialogueRubric

DOASDialogueRubric - characters-writing is authentic...

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Death of a Salesman Dialogue Assignment Rubric 0-1 2-3 3-4 4-5 Ideas/Content -missing parts distract from the dialogue, details are missing/ need work -details missing, more than one expectation is missing for a 4 -some details need work, not all expectations of a 4 are met -dialogue focuses on one statement from big ideas list -uses a purpose of conversation (per assignment directions) as a structure -”stage directions” before & after dialogue explain aspects of the scene not seen in dialogue -conversation makes a statement about your “big idea” Voice -missing parts distract from the dialogue, details are missing/ need work -details missing, more than one expectation is missing for a 4 -some details need work, not all expectations of a 4 are met -voice in stage directions is different from that of the two
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Unformatted text preview: characters-writing is authentic & written for an audience-chosen characters/people have distinct voices that contribute to the conversation Structure/ Conventions-missing parts distract from the dialogue, details are missing/ need work-details missing, more than one expectation is missing for a 4-Work Cited must be done per guidelines-some details need work, not all expectations of a 4 are met-Work Cited must be done per guidelines-script is written following traditional play format--at least 5 lines taken directly from play-MLA style heading, double-spaced -Work Cited IF you use ANY sources besides the classroom book copy, INCLUDING web sources for quotations -at least 50 lines/350 words Presentation-Extra credit for presenting your dialogue to the class: costumes? Voices? Visuals?...
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