Criteria Used for Evaluating Speeches

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Criteria Used for Evaluating Speeches The average speech (grade C/70-80) should meet the following criteria: 1. Conform to the kind of speech assigned – informative, persuasive, etc. 2. Be ready for presentation on the assigned date. 3. Conform to the time limit. 4. Fulfill any special requirements of the assignment – preparing an outline, using visual aids, conducting an interview, etc. 5. Have a clear, specific purpose and central idea. 6. Have an identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion. 7. Show reasonable directness and competence in delivery. 8. Be free of serious errors in grammar, pronunciation, and word usage. The above average speech (grade B/80-90) meets all the preceding criteria and also: 1. Deal with a challenging topic. 2. Fulfill all major functions of a speech introduction and conclusion. 3. Display clear organization of main points and supporting materials. 4. Support main points with evidence that meets the tests of accuracy, relevance, objectivity, and sufficiency. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course SPCH 1333 taught by Professor Rinear during the Spring '08 term at Trinity U.

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