Rubrics - Introductory Speech Evaluation Rubric Speakers...

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25 Introductory Speech Evaluation Rubric Speaker’s Name_________________________________ Scale: A=mastered, B=good, C= was accomplished, but needs work, D=inadequate or incomplete, F=not included Body ___ Interesting first sentence. ___ Area of expertise clear. ___ Built drama and suspense. ___Clear ideas well organized in the speech. ___ Information was accurate and well supported with examples or evidence from interview. ___ Established ethos of classmate Delivery ___ Eye contact included whole audience. __Used Extemporaneous delivery. ___ Speaking rate was varied and appropriate. ___ Voice was clear and projection was good. ___ Voice had varied tone. ___ Avoided filler words (um, uh, like) ___ Posture was confident. ___ Avoided fidgeting and excess body movement. ___ Used notes well. ___ Showed enthusiasm and was prepared. Outline: ____ Final Grade Bibliography: Time Limit:
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29 One Point Speech Evaluation Rubric Scale: A=mastered, B=good, C= was accomplished, but needs work, D=inadequate or incomplete, F=missing Name of Speaker: ____Introduction (10%) ____ Gained attention of audience ____Established Ethos ____Effectively introduced topic using appropriate techniques ____Related significance of topic to audience ____clear thesis and preview of main point and sub-points Body of Speech ____ Organization (15%) ____ Main point and sub-points were clear and direct and supported thesis ____Transitions were well stated while connecting ideas ____Point was constructed in an effective manner with clear connections between sub-points and main point ____Evidence and Source Usage (15%) ____ Effective and credible evidence used to support claims ____Sources were appropriately cited ____Enough evidence was given in order for student to support claims (3 minimum) ____An effective variety of sources and evidence was used. ____Language and Style (15%) ____Language use was clear and appropriate for topic and audience ____ Topic specific terminology was effectively defined where needed ____Language techniques helped aid in speech being memorable ____ Speaker refrained from overwhelming me with too many facts--- avoiding a “laundry list” of informative details. ___ Conclusion (10%) ___ Effectively summarized main points ___Included final appeal or connection to audience ___ Created closure to speech – referencing the introduction ____Delivery (10%) ____ Speaker dressed for credibility ____Speaker knew speech well using extemporaneous delivery ____Established eye contact with entire audience ____Spoke at an effective rate, while also varying the rate for emphasis ___Exercised proper volume ___Avoided monotone, using a variety of tones for effectiveness
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course COM 110 taught by Professor Riehl during the Fall '08 term at N.C. State.

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