Accuracy Score Sheet
MAXIMUM SCORE 8 POINTS
INACCURACY DEDUCTION (SUBTRACT) POINTS
PROMPT DEDUCTION (SUBTRACT) POINTS
FINAL ACCURACY SCORE POINTS*
*LOWEST POSSIBLE SCORE IS 1 POINT
ACCURACY JUDGE: Follow along with the text of the poem
as the competitor recites. Mark the text each time there is an
error in accuracy. You may want to mark all minor inaccuracies
the same (since each is worth a 1 point deduction), and ag the
bigger mistakes differently. After the recitation, use the guidelines
above to assign a point deduction to each mistake. To get the
nal accuracy score, count up the point deductions and subtract
them from the maximum score of 8 points.
Example: If the competitor repeated a word (-1 point), confused
an article (-1 point), and skipped one line (-3 points), that would
mean 5 points subtracted from the maximum score of 8. The nal
accuracy score would be 3 points.
MINOR INACCURACIES, RESULTING IN A 1 POINT
DEDUCTION, INCLUDE:
ff
confusing a pronoun (“he” instead of “she”)
ff
confusing an article (“a” instead of “the”)
ff
pluralizing a word or vice versa (“horses” instead of “horse”)
ff
replacing a word with a similar word (“jump” instead of “leap”)
ff
confusing the order of words
(“hops and skips” instead of “skips and hops”)
ff
skipping a word
ff
repeating a word
ff
adding a word
MAJOR INACCURACIES, RESULTING IN LARGER
DEDUCTIONS PER OCCURRENCE, INCLUDE:
ff
one line out of order -2 POINTS
ff
repeating a line -2 POINTS
ff
forgetting to say the title and author
of the poem -3 POINTS
ff
skipping an epigraph -3 POINTS
ff
skipping one line/skipping three or more words
in the same line -3 POINTS
ff
making any editorial comments before, during,
or after the recitation -3 POINTS
ff
reversing two stanzas -5 POINTS
ff
skipping one stanza -6 POINTS
USE OF PROMPTER:
Each time a student uses the prompter, 3 POINTS will be
deducted from the nal accuracy score.
NAME OF STUDENT
TITLE OF POEM
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