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Group_Presentation_Grading_Rubric - GROUP PRESENTATION...

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GROUP PRESENTATION RUBRIC Criteria Distinguished (9-10 points) Proficient (7-8 points) Basic (5-6 points) Unacceptable (4 and under) Preparation -- Extremely well prepared. --Effectively includes smooth, clever transitions which are succinct but not choppy in order to connect key points. --Groups are well- coordinated, covering all questions, and integrating ideas/themes from each other, rehearsed together. --Handouts, powerpoint, and other media have been pre- approved by IAs and are ready to share at the start of class. -- Generally well prepared. --Include transitions to connect key points but better transitions from idea to idea are noted. --Groups are coordinated, and cover all questions and acknowledge each others’ points, practiced together. --Handouts, powerpoint, and other media are ready to share at the start of class. -- Somewhat prepared. --Includes some transitions to connect key points but there is difficulty in following presentation. --Groups are coordinated and cover all questions, seem to have met just once to divide up questions. --Handouts, powerpoint, and other media are ready to share at the start of class. -- Poor or non existent preparation. --Uses ineffective transitions that rarely connect points; cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence for information. --Groups are not coordinated, do not cover all questions, do not seem to have met.
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