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ELA B30 Photo Essay – Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

__________________________________________ Fully meeting expectations, with enriched understanding (EU)
You demonstrate an in depth Knowledge of experiment/event understanding the experiment/event that you had to research and use this knowledge to further enhance your photo essay.

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Fully meeting grade level expectations (FM)
You demonstrate a good understanding of the experiment/event that you had to research and use this knowledge successfully in your photo essay. You demonstrate a good understanding of how the human behavior in your specific experiment/event relates to Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and use this knowledge successfully in your photo essay. Narration holds attention of audience for entire essay. Presenter speaks with satisfactory variation of volume and inflection. All photos are good quality and depict elements of experiment/ event/play. Photos relate to what narrator is talking about. Content is well organized (who, what, where, when, why) and your audience finds it easy to follow. Essay has some grammatical/spelling errors.

Mostly meeting grade level expectations (MM)
You demonstrate an understanding of the experiment/event that you had to research and use this knowledge somewhat successfully in your photo essay. You demonstrate an understanding of how the human behavior in your specific experiment/event relates to Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and use this knowledge somewhat successfully in your photo essay. Narration somewhat holds attention of audience. Presenter needs to slow down and/or have more fluctuation in volume and inflection. Most photo are good quality and depict elements of experiment/ event/play. Photos usually relate to what narrator is talking about. Content is organized (who, what, where, when, why) but lacks natural progression. Essay has some grammatical/spelling errors that detract from photo essay.

Not yet meeting grade level expectations (NY)
You do not demonstrate an understanding of the experiment/event that you had to research and/or do not use this knowledge effectively in your photo essay. You do not demonstrate an understanding of how the human behavior in your specific experiment/event relates to Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and/or do not use this knowledge effectively in your photo essay. Narration does not hold attention of audience. Presenter is too quiet/fast and/or does not have any fluctuation in volume and inflection. Some photos are good quality and/or depict elements of experiment/event/play. Photos somewhat relate to what narrator is talking about. Content is not organized and does not have natural progression. Essay has many grammatical/spelling errors that detract from photo essay.

Knowledge of how this experiment/event relates to “The Crucible” Narration

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Organization and grammar

You demonstrate an in depth understanding of how the human behavior in your specific experiment/event relates to Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and use this knowledge to further enhance your photo essay. Narration holds attention of audience for entire essay. Presenter speaks with fluctuation in volume and inflection to maintain audience interest and emphasize key points. All photos are good quality and depict elements of experiment/event/play. Photos relate and further enhance what narrator is talking about because they are properly synced with voice. Content is well organized (who, what, where, when why) and further enhances your audience’s understanding and importance of your topic. No grammatical/ spelling error.