Skit Grading Criteria-Todd My skit informs the audience about how to prepare for or the effects of a natural disaster. Use of appropriate grammar and language. The skit is well organized- follows a story sequence. Each member of the group should participate in the skit. The skit should be approximately 5-10 minutes. I memorized my lines for the skit. My props/costume is appropriate for my group’s skit.
Skit Grading Criteria- Hilbig • I use proper grammar and vocabulary. My lines make sense. • Appropriate use of language. • Creativity- my skit is informative and entertaining • My skit has both character lines and actions/stage directions. • My skit follows a clear sequence through the beginning, middle, and end. • Each member of the group has a minimum of 2 lines. • My skit informs the audience about preparedness or the effects of our natural disaster. • My skit contains mathematical and other subject data.
Skit Grading Criteria- Gentry • My skit informs the audience on preparedness and/or effects of our natural disaster. • My skit shows correct punctuation and grammar. • My skit shows a descriptive story and clear sequence of events. • Each member of the group participates cooperatively in the skit. • My skit contains mathematical data from graphs. • My skit is 5-10 minutes in length. • Each member of the group memorizes skit lines. • My skit gives actions and emotions with character lines.
Skit Grading Criteria- Springerley • My skit is 5-10 minutes in length. • My skit has appropriate grammar and punctuation. • Every member of the group has a speaking part. • My skit includes the character’s lines and actions. • My skit informs the audience about natural disaster preparedness or effects and mathematical data. • My skit stays on topic and follows proper story sequence. • Each member of the group memorizes and recites lines clearly. • Costumes and props are appropriate for our skit.