Presentation Rubric.docx - Presentation Rubric Organization/20 Depth and Accuracy Content/20 Research Effort/10 Creativity/8 Use of Communication Aids/8

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Presentation Rubric Organization ____ /20% Depth and Accuracy Content ____ /20 % Research Effort ____/10% Creativity ____/8% Use of Communication Aids ____/8% Use of Language: Grammar, Word Choice, Voice ____/8% Eye Contact & Audience Interaction ____/8% Personal Appearance ____/8% Length of Presentation(5 minutes) ____/10%
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Presentation Evaluation Rubric Criteri a Excellen t Good Averag e Poor Organization (10 Points) -- Extremely well organized. --Introduces the purpose of the presentation clearly and creatively. --Effectively includes smooth, clever transitions which are succinct but not choppy in order to connect key points -- Student presents information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow. --Ends with an accurate conclusion showing thoughtful, strong evaluation of the evidence presented. -- Generally well organized. --Introduces the purpose of the presentation clearly. --Include transitions to connect key points but better transitions from idea to idea are noted. -- Most information presented in logical sequence; A few minor points may be confusing --Ends with an summary of main points showing some evaluation of the evidence presented. -- Somewhat organized. --Introduces the purpose of the presentation --Includes some transitions to connect key points but there is difficulty in following presentation. -- Student jumps around topics. Several points are confusing. --Ends with a summary or conclusion; little evidence of evaluating content based on Evidence. -- Poor or non existent organization. --Does not clearly introduce the purpose of the presentation --Uses ineffective transitions that rarely connect points; cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence for information. -- Presentation is choppy and disjointed; no apparent logical order of presentation --Ends without a summary or conclusion.
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Criteri a Excellen t Good Averag e Poor Content: Depth and Accuracy Content (10 points) --Speaker provides an accurate and complete explanation of key concepts and theories, drawing upon relevant literature. Applications of theory are included to illuminate issues.
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