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VB and final Presentation Rubric: Self-Evaluation Instructions:     This activity is a self-evaluation that equals 5% of your grade At the end of class I will give you feedback from what I observed but first I would like you to evaluate your own performance You must complete all of the activities below! I will not give you a grade if some of the questions are incomplete so read the instructions carefully! Print and hand this assignment in at the end of class 1. First watch your presentatio
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  VB and final Presentation Rubric: Self-Evaluation Instructions:    This activity is a self-evaluation that equals 5% of your grade    At the end of class I will give you feedback from what I observed but first I would like you to evaluate your own performance    You must complete all of the activities below! I will not give you a grade if some of the questions are incomplete so read the instructions carefully!    Print and hand this assignment in at the end of class 1.   First watch your presentation again Remember your lines -I was able to remember all of the lines of my character (3pts). I was able to remember almost all of the lines of my character (2pts). -I was able to remember most of the lines of my character (1pts). Improvisation When I forgot a line I was able to successfully improvise. (3 points if you remembered all your lines) Your improvisation did not interfere with the other players’  performances, and your improvisation did not change the meaning of the message that was being conveyed. (3pts) Your improvisation did not interfere with the other players’ performances, or your improvisation did not change the meaning of the message that was being conveyed. (2pts) -Your improvised when you forgot a line but the meaning of the message was changed and it interfered with the flow of the performance (1pts) Examples and time of successful improvisation: I totally forgot my line when I tell to my partners that I’ll do both extractions at the same time, so, I improved the “Yeah, why not” to give me some time to remember my lines. I forgot too that I have to ask about the hammer in a different way as I did, but there were no misunderstandings. Voice The voice I used appropriately conveyed the personality of my character. (3pts) The voice I used usually conveyed the personality of my character. (2pts) The voice I used only somewhat conveyed the personality of my character. (1pts) Describe the voice you used to express that character: I needed to express that I was tired, after that I need to express that my character was confused and annoyed, because he does not know anything about medicine.  At which time can the listener hear a clear example of this?: When my character arrives to the dentist’s office . Tempo The tempo of my speech varied on several separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (3pts) The tempo of my speech varied on at least two separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (2pts) The tempo of my speech varied on at least one occasion which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (1pts) List three examples when your tempo changed and why you changed your tempo (include the time): When I arrived to the dentist’s office, when I try to learn how a injection works and when I show my tools to my patients. Loudness The loudness of my speech varied on several separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (3pts) The loudness of my speech varied on at least two separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (2pts) The loudness of my speech varied on at least one occasion which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (1pts) List three examples when your loudness changed and why you changed your loudness (include the time): When I discuss with the lady about with what instrument should I take her molar because I have to speak louder to oppose my voice again her voice, when I arrived to the dentist’s office because I was tired, and Pitch   The pitch of my speech varied on several separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (3pts) The pitch of my speech varied on at least two separate occasions which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (2pts) The pitch of my speech varied on at least one occasion which allowed me to express the different attitudes and emotions of my character. (1pts) List three examples when your pitch changed and why you changed your pitch (include the time): When I was surprised because the anesthetic-hammer works. /t/ /d/ and /id/ for -ed endings I have successfully pronounced/distinguished between the /t/ /d/ and /id/ for -ed endings (3pts)    I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the /t/ /d/ and /id/ for -ed endings on only one occasion (2pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguish between the /t/ /d/ and /id/ for -ed endings on more than one occasion (1pts) Examples of successful pronunciation and time of occurrence: “Tried” was a completely success. Examples of unsuccessful pronunciation and time of occurrence: “Worked” did not worked. / s/ /z/ /iz/ I have successfully pronounced/distinguished between the / s/ /z/ /iz/ for plural, possessives, and 3rd person singular verbs (3pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the / s/ /z/ /iz/ for plural, possessives, and 3rd person singular verbs on only one occasion (2pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the / s/ /z/ /iz/ for plural, possessives, and 3rd person singular verbs on more than one occasion (1pts) Examples of successful pronunciation and time of occurrence: “Socks” “scissors” “trousers” were a success. “Does” worked a little, but enough. “Dentists” was a success too. “Pieces” worked too!  Examples of unsuccessful pronunciation and time of occurrence: /ch/ vs. /sh/ I have successfully pronounced/distinguished between the /ch/ vs. /sh/ sounds. (3pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the /ch/ vs. /sh/ on only one occasion. (2pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the /ch/ vs. /sh/ on more than one occasion. (1pts) Examples of successful pronunciation and time of occurrence: “Sure”  it worked very well. “Extraction”  worked very well too. Examples of unsuccessful pronunciation and time of occurrence: “ Superstitious ” , in the third syllable it was very unsuccessful. “Injection” was bad.   /j/ vs. /y/ I have successfully pronounced/distinguished between the /j/ vs. /y/ sounds (3pts) I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the /j/ vs. /y/   on only one occasion. (2pts)      I have mispronounced/did not distinguished between the /j/ vs. /y/ on more than one occasion. (1pts)   Examples of successful pronunciation and time of occurrence: Some “Yes” and “you” worked. Examples of unsuccessful pronunciation and time of occurrence: I think that I did not pronounce well “You” because I was not using the “I” and not the “Y”  this happens with “Yes” too.  Total out of 30 points=24 (Add up your points) Percentage= 80% (totalx100  30) Grade out of 5 points=4 (  20)
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