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Scoring Guidelines

The following table explains how your submission will be scored during evaluation. In order to meet all the standards, your submission should match the description in the "Meets All Requirements" box for each category. For example, if your submission has all three parts of a story (beginning, middle, and end), then it will score a 5 in Category 3: Story Structure. But if your submission does not have an ending, then it will score a 3 (since it only has two parts of a story).

1. Introduction (Storyteller)

1. The story started without establishing the plot or the characters

3. The story established the plot or introduced one or more characters

5. The story established the plot and introduced one or more characters

2. Plot (Storyteller)

1. The plot in the story was either missing or confusing

3. The plot in the story was a little confusing or not well established

5. The plot in the story seemed to unfold naturally

3. Characters (Storyteller)

1. The characters either did not respond to events or there was no plot

3. The characters responded to events but either the events were not part of the plot or there wasn't a plot

5. The characters responded to events as the story advanced through the plot

4. Conclusion (Storyteller)

1. The story did not have a conclusion

3. The story had a sense of closure

5. The story had a conclusion that followed the plot

5. Logic (Programmer)

1. The program does not use scripts, mathematics, or conditions logically

3. The program mostly uses scripts, mathematics, and conditions logically

5. The program uses scripts, mathematics, and conditions logically