The student correctly states the rhyme scheme of the

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The student correctly states the rhyme scheme of the stanza he or she studied. The student somewhat meaningfully reflects on the relation between the form and the content of the stanza he or she studied. The student attempts to relate the form of the stanza to a genre. Beginning (1 point) The student incorrectly scans the meter of the stanza he or she studied. The student incorrectly states or does not state the rhyme scheme of the stanza he or she studied. The student does not meaningfully reflect on the relation between the form and the content of the stanza he or she studied. The student does not relate the form of the stanza to a genre. 4
Task 2: Comparing Text and Song Versions of a Poem Criteria Distinguished (4 points) The project includes a clear and insightful main idea that compares or contrasts the two versions of the poem. The textual evidence presented strongly supports the claims in the project. The chosen project format is meaningfully structured and presents ideas in a way that is both clear and original The project is free from spelling and grammar errors The chosen project format is highly engaging and enhances the discussion of the poem. Proficient (3 points) The project includes a clear main idea that compares or contrasts the two versions of the poem. The textual evidence presented supports the claims in the project. .The chosen project format is well-structured and presents ideas clearly The project is largely free from spelling and grammar errors The chosen project format is engaging Developing (2 points) The project includes a meaningful main idea that compares or contrasts the two versions of the poem. The textual evidence presented supports the claims in the project to some extent. The chosen project format is somewhat structured, but struggles in some areas to present ideas clearly The project has some spelling and/or grammar errors The chosen project format is engaging in some areas, but struggles to engage in others Beginning (1 point) The essay does not include a meaningful main idea. The textual evidence presented does not support the claims in the essay. The project struggles to structure a clear discussion The project has numerous spelling and/or grammar errors 5

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