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Rubric oral ppt senior 2 (1)

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Rubric oral ppt senior 2 (1)

  1. 1. Category 4 Outstanding 3 Very good 2 Pass 1 Needs improvement. Group work CONTENT The students covered perfectly well all the topics. The students presented all the info in detail. The students covered and developed almost all the topics. However, some essential info is missing The students partially covered the topics. Many contents are not explained and doubts not cleared. The students did not cover the topics at all or the presentation is off subject. The speaker did not even try. ORGANIZATION The presentation is perfectly well organized. It has division of paragraphs and linkers. It has coherence and cohesion devices. The speaker develops main ideas clearly. The presentation is almost perfectly well organized. It may lack some connectors but contains division of paragraphs. The speaker develops at least some of the main ideas clearly. The presentation is partially organized. It lacks some of the parts: intro, body or conclusion. It may have at least one or two paragraphs but lacks another. Only a few linkers are used. The presentation is completely disorganized and lacks intro, body and conclusion. The time allotted was not respected at all. It lacks the division of paragraphs. It lacks linkers and connectors. The speaker does not develop main ideas. OPINION The student could justify his/her arguments clearly at all times in a logical way. The speaker could clear out doubts all the time. The student could justify his/her opinions almost always. Only in some instances he/she could not show evidence or support his/her points. The speaker could clear out doubts. The students could partially justify the arguments presented. The explanations were a bit disconnected but only at times. The students could not justify any of the arguments in a reasonable way. Explanations were confusing and disorganized. VISUAL The student presented a wide variety of accurate examples and appropriate visual aids to support his/her speech. The visual aids The students presented a considerable amount of appropriate examples and visual aids in an organized way.The speaker uses the The students presented only a few examples and visual aids. They were not very clear and accurate at times. The students did not include any examples or visual aids in his/her presentation.
  2. 2. selected are varied and are clearly identified material to exemplify INDIVIDUAL ORAL SKILLS The student did not read at all. The speaker showed evidence of having incorporated perfectly well the contents and arguments expected for this instance. The speaker followed a good rhythm of speech. The student could present the arguments quite well without reading. He could justify arguments and clear out doubts almost at all times. The rhythm of speech was quite good. The student was reading on repeated occasions . The speaker looked confused at times and dependent on the visual aids .The rhythm of speech was not good enough. The student read all throughout the presentation. He did not show evidence of having incorporated the concepts and contents of the speech. He could not answer questions or clear out doubts. The speaker presented too fast or too slow BODY LANGUAGE The student used his-her body effectively all the time to transmit the message. The gestures used were effective to accompany the explanation all the time. The speaker made eye contact almost all the time and used hi-her body in an effective manner. The student could make eye contact only at times. He- She used his-her body only on occasions. The student did not have a good corporal attitude all throughout the presentation. The speaker did not make eye contact with the audience and did not use gestures. Self-Assessment In what aspect of the presentation did you feel better at or more comfortable? Which weaknesses did you present? How do you feel talking in public?
  3. 3. Do you have any other topics of interest? INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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