WYO PSM Voice II Class Presentation Rubric.doc

Student pronounces most words correctly selects words

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presentation. Student pronounces most words correctly. Selects words appropriate for context and uses correct grammar. Presentation has no more than two misspellings and/or grammatical errors. For the most part, sentences are complete and grammatical, and they flow together easily. With a few exceptions, words are chosen for their precise meaning. Eye Contact: Presenter maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to notes. Appearance: For the most part, personal appearance is appropriate for the occasion and the audience. Audience Interaction: Encourages audience interaction. Demonstrates knowledge of the topic by responding accurately and appropriately addressing questions. At ease with answers to all questions but may fail to elaborate. Held audience at- tention most of the time. Basic Creativity: Little or no variation; a few original touches, but for the most part material is presented with little originality or interpretation. Communication Aids: Occasional use of graphics that rarely support presentation thesis; visual aids were not colorful or clear; time wasting use of multimedia; lacks smooth transition from one medium to another. Communication aids are poorly prepared or used inappropriately. Too much information is included, and unimportant material is highlighted. Grammar, Word Choice, and Voice: Audience occasionally has trouble hearing the presentation; presenter seems uncom- fortable. Student incorrectly pronounces terms, selects words inappropriate for context, or uses incorrect grammar. Pre- sentation has three misspellings and/or grammatical errors. Can follow the presentation, but some grammatical errors and use of slang are evident. Some sentences are incomplete or halting; vocabulary is somewhat limited or inappropriate. Eye Contact: Some eye contact is maintained, but presenter often reads the report. Appearance: Personal appearance is somewhat inappropriate for the occasion and audience.
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