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    Digital Storytelling : Living Memory Project


    Teacher Name: Mr. Biggs


    Student Name:     ________________________________________

CATEGORY
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3
2
1
Emotional Content
Audience is deeply and emotionally engaged.
Audience is emotionally engaged.
Audience lapses in emotional engagement.
Audience has little to no emotional engagement.
The Power of the Soundtrack - Emotion
Music stirs a rich emotional response.
Music stirs an emotional response.
Music is evident.
Inappropriate choice of music.
The Gift of Your Voice
Consistency in presentation; speaking slowly in a conversational style.
Consistency in presentation; speaking in conversational style.
Some consistency in presentation; lapses in conversational style to monologue.
Breaking consistency; monologue style of presentation.
Economy
Sequential composition; succinct; images create an atmosphere and/or tone, and may communicate symbolism and/or metaphors.
Sequential composition; succinct; images create an atmosphere and/or tone.
Sequential composition; succinct; images are controlled/logical
Sequential composition; images are acceptable.
Pacing
Engaging rhythm; use of punctuation; suggestions of emotions via sound effects; use of "white space"; enhanced vitality
Engaging rhythm; use of punctuation; some suggestions of emotions via sound effects; use of "white space"; evidence of vitality.
Some rhythm; some use of punctuation; limited suggestions of emotion via sound effects; lapses in vitality.
Mechanical rhythm; limited use of punctuation; limited vitality.
Timing
Video is 2 to 3 minutes long. No still image is on the screen for more than 10 seconds. Video contains a minimum of 30 images.
Video is 2 to 3 minutes long. Most still images are on the screen for 10 seconds or less. Video contains a minimum of 20 images.
Video is less than 2 minutes. Fewer than 20 images. Many still images are on the screen for more than 10 seconds.
Video is less than 1 1/2 minutes. Most images are on the screen for more than 10 seconds.

Date Created: Jan 10, 2011 03:34 pm (UTC)


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