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Level 7: Formal Presentation, Project Part 2 Student: __________________________________________ Date:______________

CRITERIA EXCELLENT: 5 POINTS GOOD: 4 POINTS ADEQUATE: 3 POINTS POOR: 2 POINTS VERY POOR: 1 POINT

Content & Development Presentation makes 2 well Presentation makes 2 arguments Presentation makes 2 Presentation may not make 2 Presentation does not make
developed arguments using using PCR structure for why the arguments, but the PCR arguments, and the 2 arguments, and the
point, counterpoint, chosen person is (or is NOT) a structure may be missing arguments may be missing arguments are missing
refutation (PCR) structure role model (Said person could be sections that explain why sections of the PCR sections of the PCR
for why the chosen person related to their field of study or the chosen person is (or is structure. The person chosen structure. The person chosen
is (or is NOT) a role model controversial--NOT a family NOT a role model. (Said might be a family member. might be a family member.
(Said person could be member.) The arguments have to person could be related to The arguments are the same The arguments are the same
related to their field of study be different from those used in their field of study or as those used in the essay. as those used in the essay.
or controversial--NOT a the essay. Where necessary, controversial -- NOT a Where necessary, support for There is a lack of support for
family member.) The support for the arguments is family member.) The the arguments is correctly the arguments.
arguments have to be correctly provided. arguments may be the provided.
different from those used in same as those used in the
the essay. Where essay. Where necessary,
necessary, support for the support for the arguments
arguments is correctly is correctly provided.
provided.

Visual Aids and Visual aids, such as a Visual aids, such as a slideshow, Visual aids, such as a Visual aids, such as a Visual aids, such as a
Organization slideshow, are effective and help to make the speaker’s point. slideshow, make the slideshow, are not effective slideshow, are not effective
help to make the speaker’s Slides do not contain speaker’s point, but may and do not help to make the and do not help to make the
point. Slides do not contain sentences/paragraphs. not be very effective. Slides speaker’s point. Slides may speaker’s point. Slides
sentences/paragraphs. Presentation is 9-12 slides and 6- do not contain contain sentences / contain sentences /
Presentation is 9-12 slides 8 minutes long. Presentation has sentences/paragraphs. paragraphs. Presentation paragraphs. Presentation
and 6-8 minutes long. clear Intro. Body and Conclusion. Presentation is 9-12 slides, may be fewer than 9-12 slides may be fewer than 9-12 slides
Presentation has clear but may be fewer than 6 and less than 6 minutes long. and significantly less than 6
Intro., Body and minutes long. Presentation Presentation may not have minutes long. Presentation
Conclusion. has clear Intro. Body and clear sections. may not have clear sections.
Conclusion.

Language Fluency Speech creates cohesion Speech errors do not affect Some speech errors may Speech errors affect Many speech errors affect
and clarifies the cohesion or confuse the affect cohesion and cohesion and confuse the cohesion and cause major
relationships between relationships between arguments, confuse the relationships relationships between confusion concerning the
arguments, reasons, and reasons, and evidence. between arguments, arguments, reasons, and relationships between
evidence. reasons, and evidence. evidence. arguments, reasons, and
evidence.

Grammatical Accuracy: Student shows completely Student shows mostly accurate Student has adequately Student has several errors in Student has significant
Relative Clauses, accurate production of all production of all listed accurate production of all accurate production of listed errors in accuracy of listed
Present Perfect and listed grammatical grammatical concepts without listed grammatical grammatical concepts which grammatical concepts that
Present Perfect concepts. affecting comprehension. concepts without affecting have some effect on affected comprehensibility.
Progressive comprehension. comprehension.
Pronunciation Student shows completely Student shows mostly accurate Student has adequately Student has several errors in Student has significant
Accuracy: accurate production of all production of all listed accurate production of all accurate production of listed errors in accuracy of listed
/s/ vs. /z/ listed pronunciation pronunciation concepts without listed pronunciation pronunciation concepts pronunciation concepts that
/i/ vs. /ɪ/ & /e/ vs. /ɛ/ concepts. affecting comprehension. concepts without affecting and/or some effect on affected comprehensibility.
comprehension. comprehension.

Vocabulary Units Nearly all vocabulary was Vocabulary was appropriate for Acceptable use of There were several errors in There were significant errors
2, 3 & 4 appropriate for difficulty of difficulty of level and was mostly vocabulary but little effort vocabulary that may have in vocabulary that affected
level and connected to connected to course content. was made to use more affected comprehensibility. comprehensibility.
course content. advanced vocabulary
related to class content.

Grade Reductions ⃞ Plagiarism ⃞ Late Submission ⃞ Late Arrival Total: _______ / 6