Speaker/Speech Evaluation Form<br />Dr. Moberg, Fall 2010<br />Student Presenter’s Name: _________________________________...
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  1. 1. Speaker/Speech Evaluation Form<br />Dr. Moberg, Fall 2010<br />Student Presenter’s Name: ________________________________________________________<br />Student Evaluator’s Name_________________________________________________________<br />Class Assignment: ____________________________________Time: _____________________<br />MARKING KEY: Items found in parentheses refer to specific requirements within speechmaking that result in either a gain or a loss of points on the value of the assignment. A numeral in the check box indicates that an item(s) were either done satisfactorily, only partially, or not clearly identifiable in the student’s presentation. The point values written in the check boxes are to be added to provide feedback on student success both for each component and the speech as a whole. <br />Introduction (each item in this category is worth 0-2 points)<br /> Rapport statement (greeting, self-introduction, smile, avoid “Here goes!”)<br /> Attention grabber (get to the point via a well told story or startling statistic, avoid a question)<br /> Credibility statement (securing good will, audience-focused, relevant intent)<br /> Specific Purpose statement (central idea, audience-centered, suited to assignment, ethical)<br /> Body Summary statement (sources/main points, prepare audience to listen)<br /> Transition to Body (pause, word bridge, words about your words statement)<br /> ___/ 12<br />Body (each item in this category is worth 0-2 points)<br /> Organizational pattern (easy to identify, correctly chosen for topic/purpose) <br /> Signposts and transitions (effective, located throughout)<br /> First Main Point (clarity of wording, easy to grasp meaning or point)<br /> Supporting Materials (sufficient, related to audience/purpose, sourced)<br /> Second Main Point (clarity of wording, easy to grasp meaning or point)<br /> Supporting Materials (sufficient, related to audience/purpose, sourced)<br /> Third Main Point (clarity of wording, easy to grasp meaning or point)<br /> Supporting Materials (sufficient, related to audience/purpose, sources)<br /> Transition to Conclusion (pause, word bridge, signal closing)<br /> ___/ 18<br />Conclusion (each item in this category is worth 0-2 points)<br /> Refocus on central idea or specific purpose (reiterate main points)<br /> Leave residual message (take away from your speech)<br /> Provide closure (wrap up loose ends, avoid “That’s it!”)<br /> ___/ 6<br />Delivery (each item in this category is worth 0-2 points)<br /> Prepare speaking notes (conversational, avoid reading, copy of speaking notes)<br /> Body language (eye contact, natural gestures/movements, posture, avoid distracting mannerisms)<br /> Wording (oral style, clear, concise, vivid, personal, appropriate word choice, language use)<br /> Voice control (volume, avoid monotone, avoid too fast, intonation, pitch, projection, articulation)<br /> Length (rehearsed to be not too short, not too long, but just right)<br /> ___/ 10<br />Meeting Assignment Criteria (each of 3 items in this category is worth 0-10 points)<br /> Informative (newsy, helpful)<br /> Persuasive speech (moves head, moves heart, addresses opposition)<br /> Informative -- Visual/Audio Aids (back to audience, fluffy/fanciful, plodding/carelessly prepared, projecting speech outline, display/discuss slides at same time, check room/equipment, backup plan)<br /> Logic and reasoning (sound thinking, avoid logical fallacies)<br /> Manner (appearance, handling audience reactions/comments/questions with respect/civility)<br /> Speaking Outline (single page, oral attribution, stage directions, format, time limit)<br /> ___/ 30 <br /> Total of points earned from all five sections above: <br />_____/ 75 Grading scale: A = 69 and up, B = 64-68, C = 56-63, D = 50-55, F = 0-49<br />

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