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Poster and presentation rubrics

  1. 1. Poster and Presentation Rubrics Category   4   3   2   1   Poster  Coverage  of   Details  on  the  poster  capture  the   Details  on  the  poster  include  important   Details  on  the  poster  relate  to  the  topic  but   Details  on  the  poster  have  little  or  the  Topic   important  information  about  the   information  but  the  audience  may  need   are  too  general  or  incomplete.  The   nothing  to  do  with  main  topic.   topic  and  increase  the  audience’s   more  information  to  understand  fully.   audience  needs  more  information  to   understanding.   understand.    Use  of   All  graphics  are  related  to  the  topic   All  graphics  are  related  to  the  topic  and   All  graphics  relate  to  the  topic.   Graphics  do  not  relate  to  the  Graphics   and  make  it  easier  to  understand.   most  make  it  easier  to  understand.   topic.  Organization   Information  is  very  organized  with   Information  is  organized  with  titles  and   Information  is  organized,  but  titles  and   The  information  appears  to  be   clear  titles  and  subheadings.   subheadings.   subheadings  are  missing  or  do  not  help  the   disorganized.   reader  understand.  Layout  and   All  information  on  the  poster  is  in   Most  of  the  information  on  the  poster  is   Most  of  the  information  on  the  poster  is  in   Much  of  the  information  on  the  Design   focus  and  can  be  easily  viewed  and   in  focus  and  the  content  easily  viewed   focus  and  the  content  is  easily  viewed  and   poster  is  unclear  or  too  small   identified  from  6  ft.  away.   and  identified  from  6  ft.  away.   identified  from  4  ft.  away.  Mechanics   No  grammatical,  spelling  or   Almost  no  grammatical,  spelling  or   A  few  grammatical,  spelling,  or  punctuation   Many  grammatical,  spelling,  or   punctuation  errors.   punctuation  errors   errors.   punctuation  errors.   Presentation  Introduction     Student  delivers  open  and  closing   Student  displays  clear  introductory  and   Student  delivers  open  or  closing  &  Closure   remarks  that  capture  the  attention  of   closing  remarks.   remark.   the  audience  and  set  the  mood.  Body   Movement  seems  fluid  and  helps  the   Made  movements  or  gestures  that   Very  little  movement  or  descriptive   No  movement  or  descriptive  Language   audience  visualized   enhanced  articulation   gestures   gestures  Eye  Contact     Holds  attention  of  entire  audience   Consistent  use  of  direct  eye  contact  with   Displayed  minimal  eye  contact   with  the  use  of  direct  eye  contact   audience   with  audience  Voice  /   Use  of  fluid  speech  and  clear  voice.   Satisfactory  use  of  intonation,  but   Displays  some  level  of  inflection   Consistently  uses  a  monotone  Intonation   Intonation  maintains  the  interest  of   does  not  consistently  use  fluid  speech   throughout  delivery  Student’s  voice  is   voice.  Students  mumbles.   the  audience.  No  mumbling.   low.  Content/   Provides  a  well-­‐articulated  and   Provides  a  well-­‐articulated  but  not   Provides  justification  that  makes  a  point   Student  makes  no  clear  point  or  Justification   detailed  justification  for  their  work.   detailed  argument   but  is  not  well-­‐articulated  or  contains  some   has  so  many  error  in  logic  that  is   errors  in  logic   invalid   Total    38    points  

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