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Department of Education of Puerto Rico Juan Ponce de León Bilingual School English 9 grade: Mr. Bonkosky / Mr.

Morales

Student Name: _____________________________ CREATIVITY AND ORIGINALITY

5
The comic contains many creative details that contribute to the reader's enjoyment. The author has really used their imagination. Dialogues and narrations are well written and edited for punctuation, grammar, and usage.

Comic Strip Rubric 4 3
The comic contains a few creative details that contribute to the reader's enjoyment. The author has used their imagination. Dialogues and narrations make sense and are edited for punctuation, grammar, and usage. All panels are complete with an appropriate cause-and-effect relationship. The comic contains a few creative details, but they distract from the story. The author has tried to use their imagination. Dialogues and narrations may or may not always make sense; some are not edited for punctuation, grammar, and usage. Most panels are complete with an appropriate cause andeffect relationship. Comic is acceptable and/or student used at least one creative tool available in Comic Life. Comic strip is missing some basic element.

2
There is little evidence of creativity in the comic. The author does not seem to have used much imagination. Dialogues and narrations don’t make sense and are not edited for punctuation, grammar, and usage. Fewer panels are complete with an appropriate cause andeffect relationship. Comic is unattractive and student failed to use any creative tools available in Comic Life. Comic strip is missing most basic elements.

Weighted Value

Points Earned

X1

USE OF DIALOGUES AND NARRATIONS

X1

SEQUENCE OF EVENTS (Cause and Effect)

ILLUSTRATION

All panels are complete in a creative, organized format with an appropriate cause-and-effect relationship. Comic is colorful and student used many of the creative tools available in Comic Life. Comic strip contains all elements in a creative, organized form.

X1

Comic is colorful and student used a few of the creative tools available in Comic Life. Comic strip contains all elements.

X1

BASIC ELEMENTS (Title, Author, Name, Group, Date)

X1

TOTAL POINTS = ____________
Score: 21 - 25 = A / 16 - 20 = B / 11 - 15 = C / 10 - 0 = F
By: Eliezer Morales