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Criteria

Beginning

Developing

Accomplished

Exemplary

points

Organization 20%

0-5

Audience

cannot understand

presentation

because there

is no sequence

of information.

6-10

Audience has difficulty following presentation

Because student jumps around

11-15

Student presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow.

11-15

Student presents information in logical

Sequence

which

audience can follow.

       

Content Knowledge

20%

0-5

Student dose

not have grasp of information;

student cannot

answer

questions  about subjects.

6-10

Student is uncomfortable with information and is able to rudimentary questions.

11-15

Student is

at ease with content, but

fails to

elaborate.

16-20

Student demonstrates full knowledge (more than requires)with explanations

 and elaboration.

      

Visuals

20%

0-2.5

Student used

no visuals

3-5

Student occasional used visuals that rarely support text and presentation.

5.5-7.5

Visuals related to text and presentation.

8-10

Student used visuals to reinforce screen text and presentation.

      

Mechanics

15%

0-5

student's

presentation

had four or

more spelling

errors and/or

grammatical

errors.

6-10

Presentation had three misspellings and/or grammatical errors.

11-15

Presentation

has no more

 than two misspellings and/or grammatical errors.

16-20

Presentation has no misspellings or grammatical errors.

      

Delivery

20%

0-5

Student

Members,

Incorrectly

Pronounces

terms, and

speaks too

quickly for

students in the back of class

to hear.

6-10

Student incorrectly pronounces terms.

Audience members have difficulty hearing presentation.

 

11-15

Student's voice is clear.

Student pronounces most words correctly.

16-20

Student used a clear voice and correct precise pronunciation

of terms.

      

Self

Evaluation

5%

      

Peer

Evaluation

5%

      



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