Performance Task Assessment 
Video Production

 Element
Possible Points
Earned Assessment
Self
Teacher

Content - Research and Production Planning

Video product shows evidence of effective research and understanding of concepts relevant to the task.      
Video product reflects accurate, specific, purposeful information that is extended and expanded to fully explain the topic.       
Supporting details are used to help explain the concepts.      
Video product is well-organized with a clear beginning, middle, and end and contains adequate transitions.       
The vocabulary is appropriate to both the content and the audience. Language choices are appropriate.      
The storyboard is complete, including visuals, narration, and production notes.      
Sources are cited properly.       

Form - Technical Design

Video product uses lighting effectively as well as aesthetically.      
Camera work demonstrates appropriate use of long, medium, and close-up shots. The zoom feature is used appropriately.      
Images are clear and in focus. Camera movement is purposeful.      
Sound level is adequate. Music and sound effects enhance the presentation.      
Titles and graphics are clear, readable, well-composed, and creatively employed.       
Editing (optional) is sharp and concise with good beginnings and endings.      
Video progresses at a suitable pace. Length of the video product conforms to allotted time frame.      

Overall Impact

All components fit together to provide an appealing, clear, and successful product which achieves its overall purpose.      
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