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UW Rubric - 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 7 Extent to which the...

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UW Rubric  Written Entry ID Number: _______________________________________ Presentation Evaluation Form Exceeds  Meets  Below  Little/No  Judged Expectations    Expectations  Expectations  Value  Score 1. Opening for presentation: description of the project;  clarity of argument that is being put forward…...10-9  8-7  6-5-4  3-2-1-0  ____ 2. Strength of argument: the information was realistic and logical and was clearly communicated  .........................................   10-9  8-7  6-5-4  3-2-1-0  ____ 3. Depth of evidence provided for or against the   green engine decision…………………………. 10-9 8-7  6-5-4  3-2-1-0 ____ 4. Integration of financial and environmental impacts of the decision …………… ........   10-9 8-7  6-5-4  3-2-1-0 ____ 5. Ability of participant to answer questions from  ‘management’…………….. 10-9 8-7  6-5-4  3-2-1-0 ____ 6. Extent to which individual was able to  convince management………………………..
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Unformatted text preview: . 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 ____ 7. Extent to which the participant demonstrated professional appearance, poise and confidence. ........................................... 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 ____ 8. Overall performance: presentation technique, effective use of visual aids . .............................. 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 ____ 9. The extent to which the presentation was organized and clearly presented; used professional grammar and vocabulary; voice conveyed proper volume, enthusiasm, enunciation and pronunciation . ................................................... 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 ____ 10. Judge’s subjective evaluation of the total performance; overall general impression . .............................................. 10-9 8-7 6-5-4 3-2-1-0 ____ Presentation Total Points (maximum 100 points): Judge’s Total Score ____...
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