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PostSubject: Rubric for evaluating the documentary film   Wed Feb 04, 2009 9:03 pm

RUBRIC FOR EVALUATING THE DOCUMENTARY FILM

Competency: Analyze and evaluate specific moral issues or cases and present the output in the form of a documentary film

Activity/Task: Prepare and present a documentary on a moral issue

Objectives:

In this activity, students are expected to:

1)present in the form of a documentary a well-researched and thoroughly scrutinized moral issue;
2)show evidence of comprehensive reading and study of the issue/problem;
3)show evidence of resourcefulness by interviewing different people and resource persons and presenting different dimensions of the issue;
4)showcase sharp general interpretive and analytic skills.
5)show creativity and technical prowess

Descriptions of the Task:
Given a selected moral issue/dilemma, present a thorough analysis of it by documenting the nature and varied aspects of the issue and presenting different views and perspectives on it. Give sound recommendations and a valid conclusion or group stand.

Note: The quality of the student’s work will be judged based on the given numerical scale and its corresponding description.


Criteria & Indicators
4
Excellent
3
Very
Good
2
Good
1
Poor

Weight (%)
Rating

Weighted Grade
I. Promptness
1.The steps necessary for the completion of the project (submission of outline, interview questions, etc) are complied with on time.
2.The final documentary is submitted on/ before the deadline.
3.During the docufest, the group's presentation runs without delay
Satisfies all the requirements of the work.


Satisfies only 2 of the requirements of the work



Satisfies only 1 of the requirements of the work





Satisfies none of the requirements of the work.


15%


2. Content and Organization
1.A well-defined problem/s or issue/s and clearly stated goals are presented.
2.The presentation proceeds in a logical and organized manner
a. The film presents an overview or an introduction.
b. Different sides of the issue/problem are clearly mapped out.
c. How issues may be connected or interrelated is clearly highlighted.
d. Different views or perspectives to the issue are presented clearly and unambiguously
e. Arguments and counter-arguments are presented clearly and unambiguously
3.The conclusion presents carefully drawn assessment, stand, and recommendation


Satisfies all the requirements of the work.







Satisfies only 2 of the requirements of the work.












Satisfies only 1 of the requirements of the work
















Satisfies none of the requirements of the work.

25%


3. Depth and Comprehensiveness
1.The documentary shows evidence of research and study
a. The presentation is aligned with established and ongoing debates/discourse on the same issue/topic
b. The presentation shows evidence of different moral theories and perspectives coming into play.
c. Different moral theories and perspectives are used and applied correctly.
d. Facts and data presented are all accurate.
2.show evidence of resourcefulness by interviewing different people/resource persons and presenting different dimensions of the issue.
3.All relevant questions and ramifications of the issue are identified and addressed
4.The assumptions or presuppositions, implications, and repercussions of the different claims and views presented are identified and thoroughly examined for validity/acceptability.
5.Presents alternative insights or views, where applicable
6.Presents and evaluates each side of the issue with fairness and objectivity.


Satisfies all of the indicators









Satisfies only 4-5 of the indicators
















Satisfies only 2-3 of the indicators.

























Satisfies only 1
or none of the indicators.



25%


4. Creativity
1.The documentary is able to hold the audience’s interest.
a. The topic is timely and compelling.
b. The documentary is presented in an interesting and enlightening way.
c. Different people and varied locations, items, and other related resources are presented/featured.
2.The creative aspect of the films are apparent
a. There is evidence of it being carefully planned and directed.
b. Shooting and lighting techniques are employed
c. Narration is clear, well-paced, well-delivered, and well-cued
d. Audio/sound and background music is suitable, well-edited, and well-cued.
3.Some dramatic/special effects, where deemed appropriate and needed, are employed
4.The film makes an overall visual appeal







Satisfies all of the indicators.








Satisfies only 3 of the indicators.















Satisfies only 2 of the indicators.




















Satisfies only 1
or none of the indicators.



20%


5. Meets Technical Requirements
1.The final output (CD) meets technical requirements
a. The documentary is made in a generally accepted format.
b. No other specialized equipments and no other software or programs are unreasonably required to play the material.
c. The length of the documentary is 15-30 minutes.
2.The documentary has been neatly and carefully edited.
3.A durable CD is submitted containing the documentary

Satisfies all of the requirements.





Satisfies only 2 of the requirements.










Satisfies only 1 of the requirements.













Satisfies none of the requirements.




15%


Final Grade

100%


Grade Range: 3.0– 4 = 90-100%; 2.0 - 2.9 = 80-89%, 1.0-1.9 = 70-79
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