InformativeSpeechRubric - Poise posture and movement...

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Name: Section: _________ Date: __________________ AEE 3030: Informative Presentation Evaluation Form INTRODUCTION: 18 pts 0 1 2 3 5 6 Gained attention, stimulated interest, audience engagement Established credibility to speak on topic Main points introduced (minimum of three) BODY: 24 pts 0 1 2 3 5 6 Main points adequately expanded Effective mix of supporting material (statistics, facts, anecdotes, citations.) Body organized logically Audience engagement CONCLUSION: 18 pts 0 1 2 3 5 6 Restated main points End speech appropriately Audience engagement DELIVERY: 42 pts 0 1 2 3 5 6 Enthusiasm about speech, willingness to participate Language suitable for a business presentation, filler words avoided Eye contact Vocal variety, tone, clarity, volume, pauses
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Unformatted text preview: Poise, posture, and movement Appropriate attire Transitions, flow VISUAL ITEMS: 18 pts 1 2 3 5 6 Quality of visuals, adequate font size, use of graphics Visuals used appropriately Visual variety (minimum of two) SUBTOTAL: SUPPORTING MATERIALS: Excessive Reading Deduction: -5-10-15-20-25 Time Deduction: Speech length 7-9 minutes ___ 2 or more min under time: -20 pts; ___1 min or less under time: -10 pts; ___Overtime: -5 pts ___ Late Topic: -5 pts ___ Late PowerPoint: -5 pts ___ Late Outline: -5 pts; ___ Handwritten Outline: -10 pts; ___ No Outline: -15 pts TOTAL DEDUCTIONS: COMMENTS: Total Points = _______ / 120...
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