Rubrics For Response To Media
Adapted from Assessing Media Work © 1996 by Chris M. Worsnop
Here is an example of a rubric to assess your response to media: a piece of writing, video, music, cartoon, photograph, drawing, script etc.
|The student integrates personal feelings, experiences, hopes, fears, reflections or beliefs with the document. The personal response is rooted in the document, a clear understanding of the whole document and its nuance(s) and implications, and makes connections to other documents.
|The student connects personal feelings, experiences, hopes, fears, reflections or beliefs with the document. The personal response refers to the document, conveys a sense of understanding of the document and partial understanding of its nuance(s) and implications.
|The student explores personal feelings, experiences, hopes, fears, reflections or beliefs making only a superficial connection to the document.
|The student retells or paraphrases the document or identifies devices in isolation, making only a superficial reference to personal feelings or experiences.
|The student response shows little or no interaction with, or commitment to, the document. The personal response may be weak, unconnected to the document, or absent.
|The student response is irrelevant, incomprehensible or blank.
beyond expected range of performance
Levels four, three and two
within expected range of performance
Levels one and zero
not yet within expected range of performance
|consistently exceeds expectations
|consistently meets and sometimes exceeds expectations
|usually meets expectations
|inconsistently meets expectations
|does not meet expectations