Eye Contact Student maintains eye contact with audience and seldom returns to

Eye contact student maintains eye contact with

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Eye Contact Student maintains eye contact with audience and seldom returns to notes. Student maintains eye contact most of the time, but still reads notes. Student occasionally uses eye contact, but reads most of the information. Student reads all of the presentation and has no eye contact with audience. Elocution The student uses a clear voice and correctly pronounces terms so that all the audience hears the presentation. The student’s voice is clear and pronounces most words correctly. Most members of the audience can hear presentation. The student’s voice is low, incorrectly pronounces terms, and audience in back of class has difficulty hearing the presentation. The student mumbles, mispronounces terms, and speaks too softly for students in the back of class to hear. Length of Presentation The presentation is within two minutes of the allotted time +/-. The presentation is within three minutes of allotted time +/-. The presentation is within four minutes of the allotted time +/-. The presentation is too long or too short; six or more minutes above or below allotted time. Total Possible Points: 20
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