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Word Association
Student understands fully the word association when connected with the picture and the other definition for the word provided.
Student partially understands the word association when connected with the picture and the other definition for the word provided.
Student understands some of the the word associations when connected with the pictures and the other definitions for the word provided.
Student does not understand the word association when connected with the picture and the other definition for the word provided.
Abbreviation Usage
Student has successfully abbreviated 3 words within their story and has an understanding of what the abbreviations mean.
Student has partially abbreviated 3 words within their story and has an understanding of what the abbreviations mean.
Student has only abbreviated 1 of 3 words within their story and has an understanding of what the abbreviations mean.
Student has not successfully abbreviated and of the 3 words within their story and has an understanding of what the abbreviations mean.
Knows the Story
The storyteller knows the story well and has obviously practiced telling the story several times. There is no need for notes and the speaker speaks with confidence.
The storyteller knows the story pretty well and has practiced telling the story once or twice. May need notes once or twice, but the speaker is relatively confident.
The storyteller knows some of the story, but did not appear to have practiced. May need notes 3-4 times, and the speaker appears ill-at-ease.
The storyteller could not tell the story without using notes.
Audience Contact
Storyteller looks at and tells the story to all members of the audience.
Storyteller looks at and tells the story to a few people in the audience.
Storyteller looks at and tells the story to 1-2 people in the audience.
Storyteller does not look at or try to involve the audience.
Listens to Others
Always listens attentively to other storytellers. Is polite and does not appear bored or make distracting gestures or sounds.
Usually listens attentively to other storytellers. Rarely appears bored and never makes distracting gestures or sounds.
Usually listens to other storytellers, but sometimes appears bored. Might once or twice accidentally make a gesture or sound that is distracting.
Does not listen attentively. Tries to distract the storytellers, makes fun of them, or does other things instead of listening.
Acting/dialogue
The student uses consistent voices, facial expressions and movements to make the characters more believable and the story more easily understood.
The student often uses voices, facial expressions and movements to make the characters more believable and the story more easily understood.
The student tries to use voices, facial expressions and movements to make the characters more believable and the story more easily understood.
The student tells the story but does not use voices, facial expressions or movement to make the storytelling more interesting or clear.
Voice
Always speaks loudly, slowly and clearly. Is easily understood by all audience members all the time
Usually speaks loudly, slowly and clearly. Is easily understood by all audience members almost all the time.
Usually speaks loudly and clearly. Speaks so fast sometimes that audience has trouble understanding.
Speaks too softly or mumbles. The audience often has trouble understanding.
Pacing
The story is told slowly where the storyteller wants to create suspense and told quickly when there is a lot of action.
The storyteller usually paces the story well, but one or two parts seem to drag or to be rushed.
The storyteller tries to pace the story, but the story seems to drag or be rushed in several places.
The storyteller tells everything at one pace. Does not change the pace to match the story.

Date Created: April 12, 2007


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