Chapter Presentation Rubric

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Chapter Presentation Rubric

  1. 1. Rubric for Development and Assessment of Presentation Element: Information Facilitation style Discussion Activities Excellent: “Big Ideas” and key points from the assigned reading are presented completely, clearly and in a wellorganized manner. Presentation helps learners understand how these important ideas impact them as classroom teachers and/or parents. 20 points Exploration of the material in the text is energetic and interesting. Handouts, visual aids, etc. are used to clarify key points or provide organizational support. 15 points Discussion of text material is promoted. Good questions lead to engaging conversation and practical connections are made to theoretical elements. 10 points Meaningful activities, either individual or group, help promote a deeper understanding of the Good: Presentation is mainly a review and/or summary of the information from the reading, and/or presentation does not make implications to teaching clear and/or organization does not facilitate good understanding. Satisfactory: Information from the text is presented, but it is not complete and/or it is not clear. 12 points The text material is shared with some interest but there is little to motivate learning or engage class participants with the material. 5 points The material from the text is addressed in lackadaisical manner with very little enthusiasm shown. 12 points Questions are asked that guide discussion but the conversation remains superficial in nature. 7 points There is very little discussion of the text material promoted. 7 points 5 points Activities used are There is no activity unrelated to the topic, to enhance learning. not engaging, and/or poorly planned.
  2. 2. material being explored. 5 points 4 points 3 points

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