Our opening weeks have focused on exploring general sound track components and narrative. For this report, I would like you to find a short scene (1-2 minutes) that stood out to you in Catch Me If You Can, create a shot list, and describe the sound track elements (speech, sound effects, and music). You can find ways to view the movie through our UNT library in the module introduction page.
You can find all information on your Synopses and Analyses Reports here. (Make sure you use the required worksheet to complete your report!)
Synopses & Analyses Report Rubric (5W)Synopses & Analyses Report Rubric (5W)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction of problem, question, or issue20 ptsAdvancedClearly identifies the challenge and subsidiary, embedded, or implicit aspects of the problem, question or issue17 ptsProficientSummarizes the problem, question or issue but some nuances and details are missing or glossed over14.5 ptsDevelopingSummarizes the problem, question or issue, though some aspects are incorrect or confused10 ptsBeginningFails to accurately identify and summarize problem, question, or issue20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation, interpretation and analysis of information, data, or evidence20 ptsAdvancedExamines and addresses evidence and its source. Questions the accuracy, relevance, and completeness of evidence17 ptsProficientProvides evidence of search, selection, and source evaluation skills. Discerns fact from opinion and may recognize bias in evidence14.5 ptsDevelopingDemonstrates adequate skill in searching, selecting, and evaluating sources to meet the information need. Use of evidence is qualified and selective10 ptsBeginningRepeats information provided without question or dismisses evidence without adequate justification. Data/evidence or sources are simplistic or inappropriate20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConsideration of context, assumptions, other perspectives and the credibility and authority of sources20 ptsAdvancedAnalysis acknowledges complexity and bias. Identifies influences of context, and questions assumptions. Clearly integrates multiple perspectives and justifies own view while respecting views of others17 ptsProficientEngages challenging ideas tentatively or in ways that overstate the conflict. Identifies but mostly dismisses alternative views14.5 ptsDevelopingProvides some recognition of context and consideration of assumptions and their implications10 ptsBeginningApproaches the issue in egocentric or socio-centric terms. Analysis is grounded in absolutes, with little acknowledgement of own biases20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDevelopment and presentation of argument, position or hypothesis, with logical progression20 ptsAdvancedPresents and justifies clearly and in detail own argument, position, or hypothesis while qualifying or integrating contrary views or interpretations17 ptsProficientArgument, position, or hypothesis includes original thinking that acknowledges, refutes, synthesizes or extends other assertions, although some aspects have not been fully developed14.5 ptsDevelopingArgument, position, or hypothesis is clearly stated but with little original consideration10 ptsBeginningArgument, position, or hypothesis is unclear, simplistic, or re-stated with little original consideration. Fails to accurately present, justify, or develop argument, position, or hypothesis20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation of conclusions and their implications20 ptsAdvancedIdentifies and discusses well-reasoned conclusions and their implications. Integrates conclusions and implications17 ptsProficientAccurately presents well-reasoned conclusions. Presents implications that are only loosely connected to the conclusions14.5 ptsProficientAccurately presents conclusions. Implications are absent10 ptsBeginningFails to accurately identify conclusions or implications. Conclusions are simplistic, absolute, or attributed to an external authority20 pts
Total Points: 100