Frames The comic only has 1 frame. Title page has the 3 of the 4 required elements. Title page has fewer than 3 of the required elements. There is little evidence of creativity in the story.
The content and ideas are presented in an interesting way. There is too much dialogue and text in this story, but it is always clear which character is speaking. Artwork No pictures or little detail. Illustrations Original illustrations are detailed, attractive, creative and relate to the text on the page.
There seems to be no connection or connections are very general. Characters Poor It is hard to tell who the main characters are, or main characters in the comic are not the main characters in the story.
Original illustrations are somewhat detailed, attractive, and relate to the text on the page. Good There are spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
Comic shows an attempt at originality and inventiveness in part of the presentation. Story is difficult to understand. Excellent Captions are related to the scenes and the story, and the connections are easy to understand. Excellent detail in all scenes. Grammar and Syntax Grammar and usage were correct and contributed to clarity, style and character development.
There is not quite enough dialogue or text in this story, but it is always clear which character is speaking. Grammar and usage were typically correct and errors did not detract from the presentation. The content and ideas are presented in a unique and interesting way.
Comic shows some originality and inventiveness. Good The comic only has frames. Original illustrations relate to the text on the page. It is not clear which character is speaking. Fair Captions are related to the scenes and the story, but the connections are less obvious.
Excellent All boxes are complete. Good The main characters are clearly identified, and their actions and dialogue match actions and dialogue in the story. Excellent There are no spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
Good Captions are related to the scenes and the story, and most connections are easy to understand. Fair Shows most important events related to story, highlights unimportant points. Choice of Scenes Poor Shows some events related to the story, but information is incomplete or focused on less important points.
Grammar and usage were typically correct but errors detracted from presentation. Illustrations are not present OR they are not original.
Repeated errors in grammar and usage detracted greatly from the presentation. Fair There are spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors. Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar There are more than 5 spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors. Fair The main characters are identified, but actions and dialogue are too general to show their relationship to the story.
Originality Comic shows considerable originality and inventiveness.Comic Book Rubric Focus on Task Consistently stays focused on the task and what needs to be done. Very self-directed.
Focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the.
Comic Strip Narrative Rubric CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Introduction First paragraph has a "grabber" or catchy beginning. First paragraph has a weak "grabber". A catchy beginning was attempted but was confusing rather than catchy. No attempt was made to catch the reader's attention in the first paragraph.
iRubric Q3B Students will create a comic strip as a sequel Persepolis.
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Comic shows an attempt at originality and inventiveness in part of the presentation. Comic is a rehash of other people's ideas and/or images and shows very little attempt at original thought. Comments.
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