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Explanationof usestoofew,inappropriate,orirrelevant usessomedescriptions,facts,details,and usesrelevant,wellchosendescriptions,facts,

Ideas& descriptions,facts,details,orexamplesto examplesthatsupportideas,buttheremaynot details,andexamplestosupportclaims,


supportideas beenough,orsomeareirrelevant findings,arguments,orananswertoaDriving
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Organization doesnotincludeimportantpartsrequiredin includesalmosteverythingrequiredinthe includeseverythingrequiredinthe


thepresentation presentation presentation
doesnothaveamainideaorpresentsideas movesfromoneideatothenext,butmain statesmainideaandmovesfromoneideato
inanorderthatdoesnotmakesense ideamaynotbeclearorsomeideasmaybein thenextinalogicalorder,emphasizingmain
doesnothaveanintroductionand/or thewrongorder pointsinafocused,coherentmanner
conclusion hasanintroductionandconclusion,butthey hasaneffectiveintroductionandconclusion
usestimepoorly;thewholepresentation,or arenoteffective organizestimewell;nopartofthe
apartofit,istooshortortoolong generallytimespresentationwell,butmay presentationisrushed,tooshortortoolong
spendtoomuchortoolittletimeonatopic,
a/vaid,oridea

Eyes&Body doesnotlookataudience;readsnotesor makesinfrequenteyecontact;readsnotesor keepseyecontactwithaudiencemostofthe


slides slidesmostofthetime time;onlyglancesatnotesorslides
doesnotusegesturesormovements usesafewgesturesormovementsbuttheydo usesnaturalgesturesandmovements
lackspoiseandconfidence(fidgets, notlooknatural lookspoisedandconfident
slouches,appearsnervous) showssomepoiseandconfidence(onlyalittle wearsclothingappropriatefortheoccasion
wearsclothinginappropriateforthe fidgetingornervousmovement)
occasion makessomeattempttowearclothing
appropriatefortheoccasion

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Voice mumblesorspeakstooquicklyorslowly speaksclearlymostofthetime;sometimes speaksclearly;nottooquicklyorslowly
speakstoosoftlytobeunderstood tooquicklyorslowly speaksloudlyenoughforeveryonetohear;
frequentlyusesfillerwords(uh,um,so, speaksloudlyenoughformostoftheaudience changestonetomaintaininterest
and,like,etc.) tohear,butmayspeakinamonotone rarelyusesfillerwords
doesnotspeakappropriatelyforthecontext occasionallyusesfillerwords speaksappropriatelyforthecontextandtask,
andtask(maybetooinformal,useslang) triestospeakappropriatelyforthecontextand demonstratingcommandofformalEnglish
task whenappropriate

Presentation doesnotuseaudio/visualaidsormedia usesaudio/visualaidsormedia,butthey useswellproducedaudio/visualaidsormedia


Aids attemptstouseoneorafewaudio/visual sometimesdistractfromordonotaddtothe toclarifyinformation,emphasizeimportant
aidsormediabuttheydistractfromordo presentation points,strengthenarguments,andaddinterest
notaddtothepresentation

Responseto doesnotaddressaudiencequestions(goes answerssomeaudiencequestions,butnot answersaudiencequestionsclearlyand


Audience offtopicormisunderstandswithoutseeking alwaysclearlyorcompletely completely
clarification) seeksclarification,admitsIdontknow,or
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explainshowtheanswermightbefoundwhen
unabletoansweraquestion

Participation Notallteammembersparticipate;onlyone Allteammembersparticipate,butnotequally Allteammembersparticipateforaboutthe


inTeam ortwospeak samelengthoftime
Presentations Allteammembersareabletoanswer
questionsaboutthetopicasawhole,notjust
theirpartofit

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