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COM 217 Speech Evaluation Form: Persuasive Presentation Speaker: _________________________ Introduction (___/20): ___ Attention getter (was it effective?) ___ Established relevance (did you give us a clear reason to listen?) ___ Established credibility ___ Thesis statement (provided clear preview) ___ Transitioned to body (was it clear you were moving into the body?) _________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Body: (___/60) ___ Organized well (points flowed, balanced, clear main points) ___ Well-reasoned arguments (well supported, avoided fallacies) ___ Transitioned between main points (correctly, using directional transitions) ___ Cited source(s) in speech (correctly) ___ Adapted to audience ___ Used language effectively (clear, appropriate, descriptive, define terms, explain) _________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Visual Aid: (___/10)
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Unformatted text preview: ___ Professional (free of errors, visually sound) ___ Execution (Was it used properly? Did you read from it/look at it excessively? Was it necessary?) _________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Conclusion: (___/20) ___ Transitioned into conclusion (was it clear that the conclusion was coming?) ___ Restated thesis (clearly) ___ Clincher/call to action (was this effective-did you provide a clear, specific call to action?) Delivery: (___/40) ___ Eye contact (overall, including use of visual aid) ___ Vocal quality (pitch, expressiveness, pauses, ums, etc.) ___ Physical delivery (gestures, pacing, fidgeting, etc) ___ Extemporaneous (partly, not too much reliance on note cards) _________________________________________________________________________________________ _ Time: ___________ Deduction for time: _____________ Grade: ____/150...
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