Film studies

Film Assignment

Film Assignment
CriteriaRatingsPts
Heading & paper formatPaper includes heading of Name, A#, USU 3330-SEC, Assignment Name, Assignment Date in a single line across the top of the page. Paper is single-spaced, in standard font size and type1.0 ptsPaper deviates from or is missing one or more of these guidelines0.0 pts1.0 pts
Section headingsHeadings are included. No other text from the prompts is included5.0 ptsHeadings are mostly correct (1-2 minor errors)3.0 ptsHeadings are incorrect or missing0.0 pts5.0 pts
Part 1: ReviewReview is thoughtful, specific, and of high quality. It explains what you liked best and least, notes anything from the film you found appealing or distracting, and includes a statement of whether or not you would recommend this film to others20.0 ptsResponse meets most of the criteria. Response is average16.0 ptsResponse meets some of the criteria. Response is below average12.0 ptsResponse ignores the prompt or is missing0.0 pts20.0 pts
Part 2: Character nameResponse names either Don John or Dogberry10.0 ptsResponse is vague in referencing or does not provide the name of either Don John or Dogberry0.0 pts10.0 pts
Part 2: Character examinationComparison of the character in the text with his portrayal in the film is thoughtful, specific, and of high quality. Response notes specific ways the film added dimension to his character. Response includes analysis of the character’s clothing, props, and settings in the film15.0 ptsResponse meets most of the criteria. Response is average12.0 ptsResponse meets some of the criteria. Response is below averag8.0 ptsResponse ignores the prompt or is missing0.0 pts15.0 pts
Part 3a: Film qualityResponse names either motion, point of view, or transition. Response is thoughtful and specific in discussing the film’s use of this quality8.0 ptsResponse names one of the qualities. Discussion of the film’s use of this quality is adequate. Response is average6.0 ptsResponse is vague in naming and/or discussing a film quality. Response is below average4.0 ptsReview ignores the prompt or is missing0.0 pts8.0 pts
Part 3a: Film vs stageResponse names specific ways this film production varies from what would be possible in a stage production. Response is thoughtful, specific, and of high quality8.0 ptsResponse discusses general differences between film and stage, but lacks specificity. Response is average6.0 ptsResponse is vague, sparse, or otherwise lacking. Response is below average4.0 ptsResponse ignores the prompt or is missing0.0 pts8.0 pts
Part 3b: ReviewReview is thoughtful, specific, and of high quality. Review includes a statement of whether or not the film’s portrayal of these two scenes was effective and an explanation of why it was or was not effective15.0 ptsResponse meets most of the criteria. Review is average12.0 ptsResponse meets some of the criteria. Response is below average6.0 ptsResponse ignores the prompt or is missing0.0 pts15.0 pts
Works citedWorks cited includes the citation for one newspaper film review (from one of the approved newspapers)8.0 ptsWorks cited does not include the citation for one newspaper film review or review is not from an approved newspaper0.0 pts8.0 pts
Works cited formatWorks cited is formatted correctly. Web citations include the URL.5.0 ptsWorks cited contains 1-2 errors3.0 ptsWorks cited contains 3 or more errors0.0 pts5.0 pts
Spelling/grammarMinimal (1-2) errors5.0 ptsA few (3-5) errors3.0 ptsMany (6+) errors0.0 pts5.0 pts
Total Points: 100.0

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