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APPENDIX A-TITLE PAGE

Centro Escolar University
Makati

"TAO: ISANG TAGULAYLAY"

A Project Submitted to Mrs. Shirley M.P. Aglibot Professor In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in (Humanities 12)

NATASHA MICHELLE C. GALO BSBAMM-2A

September 3, 2014
APPENDIX B-RUBRIC IN THE PLAY REVIEW PROJECT

Centro Escolar University
Makati
Name: NATASHA MICHELLE C. GALO Course/Year/Section: BSBAMM-2A

|CRITERIA |TOTAL POINTS |SCORES |
|Content (Intensive analysis of all the |40 points |_____________________ |
|elements of the play focusing on strong | | |
|and weak points with specific citations)| | |
|Complete number of attachments (Title |10 points |_____________________ |
|page, Report, Rubric and Worksheet for a| | |
|Play Review) | | |
|Observance of the Format (Presence of |15 points |_____________________ |
|all the subheadings including the paper | | |
|to be used, type of font etc.) | | |
|Mechanics of Writing (Spelling and |15 points |_____________________ |
|Punctuation) |...

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