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(4pts) Presentation does not moves in a logical progression from introduction to conclusion e.g., is hard to follow and/or significant parts are too long/short) (2pts) -Fails to have an organized structure that makes following it difficult to follow. (1pt) Context of Problem (See Guidelines Sheet) -Extremely SOPHISTICATED analysis of the content by presenting the most PERTINENT background information with well-chosen details, and relevant evidence. - Incorporates all 11 bullet points in the manner above. (25pts) - PROFICIENT analysis of the content by presenting the most PERTINENT background information with well chosen- details, and relevant evidence. - Incorporates all 11 bullet points in the above manner. OR - Missing 1 or three bullet points. The other bullet points are proficient. (20pts) - Analysis of the content is lacking PERTINENT background information with moderate detail and some supporting evidence. - Incorporates all 11 bullet points in the above manner. OR - Missing four to six bullet points. The other bullet points are proficient. (15pts) - Analysis of the content is incomplete and lacking supporting details and evidence. - Incorporates all 11 bullet points in the above manner. OR - Missing seven or more bullet points The other talking points are proficient. (10pts) Show understanding of big idea (Impact and solution) - Learner goes above and beyond the understanding of the topics by being able to form a logical flow of
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