Please review the rubrics below for the Multimodal Unit:
Multimodal Proposal Rubric
Multimodal Proposal Peer Review Rubric for Peergrade.io
Multimodal Unit Presentation Rubric
- Purposes and Audience
Does the project effectively translate or reconceive the original text with strong visual and audio content? Does the project primarily rely on a medium other than text to communicate its central message? Does the composer demonstrate a sense of audience awareness and make sufficient efforts to maintain a tone and pacing appropriate to the presentation?
- Exploration and Argumentation
Does the project demonstrate that the student has reflected on the original text or texts? Does the project demonstrate that the student has considered new or different ways to compose and relay ideas? Does the project consider and/or take advantage of the rhetorical possibilities of the new medium?
Does the project provide a sufficient amount of appropriate visuals? If music or audio narration is used are the selections appropriate to the presentation? If outside sources are used, are they integrated appropriately within the project?
- Conventions and Mechanics
Is the project free of grammatical and mechanical errors that inhibit or interfere with the audience’s understanding? Does the project follow conventions for documentation, formatting, and length or time requirements? Are the images of good quality? Is the music/ voice over narration audible?
- Composing Process
Does the project demonstrate a recursive process that includes brainstorming, planning, drafting, reviewing, revising, editing, and proofreading? Did the student submit all required parts of the project?
If you earn a grade of “D” (65-69) or “F” (<65), consider scheduling a conference with your teacher.