Rubric for the Critical Review of a play for Introduction to theater 1. The Review must be typed, double space and 12 font and should be no more than 2 pages long, max. Introductory paragraph must contain what play you saw on what night and at what theater.
Evaluate and thoughtfully respond to literature and products through the craft of study Read, review, and reflect on a variety of written works by professionals and peers Understand the importance of written reviews in our literate lives Recommend and persuade peers to read and try out different products and book selections Use self-reflection and formative assessment to improve their quality of writing Materials Snippets of various movies geared for students Equipment for viewing movies TV and DVD player, computer and projector, etc.
Movie camera, green screen, and a free trial of ULead Video program for a class production During Instruction Set Up Use the site Rotten Tomatoes to compile a few reviews of movies that meet your students' interests.
Make a handout of these reviews that you can print and hand out to students. Once you have your collection of movie reviews, select one or two movies to watch in class. If you don't already own the movie, rent it from your local library. You will watch the movie while referring back to the review in Part 2.
Legally, you are not allowed to show entire movies in school without a license. My school, like many others, does not have a license. A legal alternative is to show short clips 10—15 seconds for stated learning purposes.
Make class sets of the "I'm Noticing Lesson Directions Part 1: This unit progresses in difficulty, building on writing food reviews to help students write movie reviews. You may find that less time is needed for modeling movie reviews vs.
Use formative assessment, body language, and level of interest as an indicator for time needed. Also, know that the work you are displaying and discussing to your students serves as a model for what you will be assessing. Pick reviews that will inspire your students, but also be attainable when it comes to assessment!
Review what makes a good food review by having students turn to a partner and discuss. Take a moment to record your thoughts and ideas as a class.
Informally, you can assess what was retained from the last lesson. Set the stage by telling students that they will be venturing into the world of movie reviews. Ask students to raise their hand if they have ever read a movie review before.
Have those students share their experience with the class. Introduce the popular site Rotten Tomatoes. If you are not familiar with this site, it combines many national reviews of a movie onto one page. Each review has an option for visitor comments, making this a wonderful resource for reviews.
As with any site, I recommend looking for specific content beforehand. You will want a handful of example reviews that will interest your students.
Hold a discussion on what elements are present in this type of writing. Your students will notice setting, character development, and plot in most movie reviews. Create a chart with the class to record and organize this information.
You can also create a Venn Diagram for comparison. Use this time to re-read the review and model your observations of the movie review. Use the language that you would like your students to be using for discussion. Camera — Narrowing the Lenses Assessment Note: This step will vary greatly depending on your students' level of success with the food reviews.
You may find that your students are ready for independent review writing quickly, so be ready to modify that based on your observations and student recordings. In addition, your expectations should be building from the food review writings.
Individual conference notes will help document the growth through the unit study. Share your observations from the previous lesson by reading through some of the notes students recorded the day before.
Emphasize the qualities they exude. Share a movie review that students are familiar with. Ask students to work in pairs to use their "lenses" for a discussion on what the author includes and does not include in their writing review.
Students can record their findings on the "I'm Noticing Use this time to informally assess your students' understandings.Review offers a clear conclusion or evaluation or rating with a clear recommendation to others. Good Conclusion is satisfactory but is lacking of a clear final evaluation or rating.
Book Review Rubric Proficient 1. The student writes a book review that includes the main events of the story. 2. The student organizes the book review in a way that is appropriate. Rubric for the Critical Review of a play for Introduction to theater 1.
The Review must be typed, double space and 12 font and should be no more than 2 pages long, max. iRubric T After viewing a play, students will give a review on what they liked or did not like..
Free rubric builder and assessment tools. Writing a review of an author's work challenges students to develop their critical thinking skills. It provides an opportunity for students to speak their minds—and to enjoy being heard.
CyberFair Peer Review Student Web Page Rubric English and Spanish versions of the 6-Traits of Writing Rubric and other rubrics for listening, public speaking and reading. Process Writing Assessment (PWA) Rubrics and Anchor Papers University of Wisconsin South Broadway St., Menomonie, WI