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The oral presentation and proposal will be graded according to the criteria listed below:

1. Oral Presentation

 

Need Improvement

Satisfactory

Good

Excellent

Presentation Skills

(20%)

Not clear structure, poor organization and can not present the main idea

Show the main idea but not clear and organized enough 

Good organization, clearly stated the purpose

Good organization, clearly stated the purpose and present the ideas with interesting presentation skills

Visual Aids

(10%)

 

Poor designs of power point and without graphs

Power point shows the outlet of the presentation but not organized well and little graphs

organized power point and with relevant graphs

well organized power point and with relevant and colorful graphs

Q & A Section

(10 %)

 

Fail to answer the questions or inappropriate responses

The response shows little  relevant to the questions

Appropriate responses and relevant to the questions

Excellent responses and help clarify the questions.

 

2. Proposal

 

Need Improvement

Satisfactory

Good

Excellent

Content & Analysis

(30%)

A poor designed itinerary and does not suitable for the tourists

A general and reasonable  itinerary

A good and appropriate itinerary for the tourists

An interesting, meaningful and special itinerary

Organization

(20%)

Disorganized structures and illogical explanation

 

 General organization and

understandable explanation

Good organization and logical explanation

Logical and clear explanation, well organized structure

Grammar and writing skills

(10%)

Frequent grammar and spelling errors and wrong use of tenses

Some grammar and spelling errors

few grammar and spelling errors

High proficiency in English writing with very few mistakes

 

 

 

 



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