Presentation Rubric

Evaluating Student Presentations
1 Audience cannot understand Organization presentation because there is no sequence of information. 4 Student presents Audience has difficulty Student presents information in logical, following presentation information in logical interesting sequence because student jumps sequence which which audience can around. audience can follow. follow. Student demonstrates Student does not have full knowledge (more Student is uncomfortable Student is at ease with grasp of information; than required) by with information and is expected answers to all student cannot answer answering all class able to answer only questions, but fails to questions about questions with rudimentary questions. elaborate. subject. explanations and elaboration. Student occasionally Student's graphics Student uses Student's graphics uses graphics that rarely explain and reinforce superfluous graphics relate to text and support text and screen text and or no graphics presentation. presentation. presentation. Student's presentation Presentation has no Presentation has three Presentation has no has four or more more than two misspellings and/or misspellings or spelling errors and/or misspellings and/or grammatical errors. grammatical errors. grammatical errors. grammatical errors. 2 3 Total

Subject Knowledge

Graphics

Mechanics

Student reads all of Eye Contact report with no eye contact.

Elocution

Audience Response

Student maintains eye Student maintains eye Student occasionally contact most of the contact with audience, uses eye contact, but time but frequently seldom returning to still reads most of report. returns to notes. notes. Student mumbles, Student's voice is low. Student's voice is clear. Student uses a clear incorrectly pronounces Student incorrectly Student pronounces voice and correct, terms, and speaks too pronounces terms. most words correctly. precise pronunciation of quietly for students in Audience members have Most audience terms so that all the back of class to difficulty hearing members can hear audience members can hear. presentation. presentation. hear presentation. Incoherent; audience Some related facts but Presented facts with Involved the audience in lost interest and could went off topic and lost some interesting the presentation; points not determine the the audience; mostly "twists"; held the made in creative way; point of the presented facts with little audience's attention held the audience's presentation or no imagination most of the time attention throughout Within four minutes of allotted time +/– Within two minutes of allotted time +/–

Too long or too short; Length of ten or more minutes Within six minutes of allotted time +/– Presentation above or below the allotted time

Use of teamwork in presentation

Some team members Team member do not contribute transitions somewhat Only one team disorganized member contributes to oral presentation

Team members transitions fairly organized

Team members transitions organized and divide speaking roles

Total Points:

/36

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