Lesson 15: Oral presentation of achievement story

Duration of lesson: 60 minutes
Lesson objective: For students to deliver the oral presentation on their achievement story.
Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations, selecting and sequencing appropriate content and
multimodal elements for defined audiences and purposes, making appropriate choices for
modality and emphasis (ACELY1710)
Classroom organisation: Students will participate as audience members
Summative assessment: Created using Rubistar, from:
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=NewRubric&section_id=5#05
Resources: Computer, laptop, USB, smart board/TV
Learning experiences:
1. Students will finish and present oral presentations to the class
2. Before presenting, remind students to use clear, loud voices
3. Explain how to use the technology of the power point whilst presenting
4. Once each student has completed their oral instruct them to move their I.D to the Mt
Everest Summit. Yay you did it! A triple accomplishment! Commend students on their
achievement, their story and their presentation. Now it’s time for the hard part…..climbing
back down. Introduce next unit of learning.
5. Summative assessment:








Oral Presentation Rubric : Autobiography achievement
story piece

Teacher Name: Mr. Hawthorne


Student Name: ________________________________________

CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Speaks Clearly
Speaks clearly and
distinctly all (100-
95%) the time, and
mispronounces no
words.
Speaks clearly and
distinctly all (100-
95%) the time, but
mispronounces one
word.
Speaks clearly and
distinctly most ( 94-
85%) of the time.
Mispronounces no
more than one word.
Often mumbles or
can not be
understood OR
mispronounces more
than one word.
Props
Student uses several
props (could include
object- trophy, power
point slideshow) that
demonstrates
considerable
work/creativity and
which make the
presentation better.
Student uses 1 prop
that shows
considerable
work/creativity and
which make the
presentation better.
Student uses 1 prop
which makes the
presentation better.
The student uses no
props OR the props
chosen detract from
the presentation.
Posture and
Eye Contact
Stands up straight,
looks relaxed and
confident.
Establishes eye
contact with
everyone in the room
during the
presentation.
Stands up straight
and establishes eye
contact with
everyone in the room
during the
presentation.
Sometimes stands
up straight and
establishes eye
contact.
Slouches and/or
does not look at
people during the
presentation.
Volume
Volume is loud
enough to be heard
by all audience
members throughout
the presentation.
Volume is loud
enough to be heard
by all audience
members at least
90% of the time.
Volume is loud
enough to be heard
by all audience
members at least
80% of the time.
Volume often too soft
to be heard by all
audience members.