Activity Introduction

Introduction: Peer assessment is a process where students can give valuable feedback based on a teacher’s benchmarks. This method of assessment can be employed to improve students’ understanding of content as well as their metacognitive skills. During film projects students share their new understandings to their peers and receive personalised feedback based on criteria.

Key words: film, assessment, peer assessment, rubric, presentation, communication.


Teacher Worksheet

Instructions: This film assessment rubric can be used to assess film projects from this unit of work. Use the 'Classroom Share' feature to send the Student Worksheet to your students. They can fill it in online and then send it back to your personal dashboard.

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Student Worksheet

Name of student(s) presenting animation:


Put a star (*) next to the criteria point that applies to the film.


Needs work



1. The story or message of the animation is clear.

2. A thoughtful approach to the subject is clearly demonstrated.

3. The film is entertaining, interesting or engaging.

4. The images and graphics relate well to the animation and its story or message.

5. Language is used properly and effectively.

6. Images are well composed and presented.

7. The sound is clear and understandable.

8. It is well edited and flows smoothly.

9. Titles are used effectively.

10. Music and commentary is used appropriately and effectively.


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