Media projects are highly motivational for students and they are wonderful to see and share the results, but are often too hard to grade. So, how do we balance the evaluation of the presentation format and the project’s academic content? A rubric that balances both areas is not only necessary, but it is very beneficial for the teacher as well as the students. This rubric gives the expected level of the project’s content and the presentation format, plus the group cooperation requirements. Using a storyboard helps guide students through their project creation and encourages student communication through the group process.