Presentation Evaluation Rubric
You will be turning in everything and each section will be graded individually.
A) Your notes should be neat, have dates and be organized. It's ok to have things highlighted and scribble in the margins, just as long as it is legible.
B) Your presentation will be graded based on the rubric below
C) We will discuss your responses to the handout in your groups in class.
|#||Excellent (4)||Good (3)||Satisfactory 2)||Needs Improvement (1)||Score|
|Ideas and Evidence||The information is strongly developed with relevant facts details and interesting examples. Presented a strong connection to the writer.||The information is relevant but one or two key points could use additional support and information. Made a connection to the writer.||The information is somewhat relevant, missing facts, details and examples. Somewhat made a connection to the writer.||Little to not relevant information, there are no real connection to the writer.||4|
|Organization||The organization of the presentation has a logical order and is easy to follow. There is a beginning and end.||The organization of the presentation has a logical order and is somewhat easy to follow. There is a beginning and end.||The organization of the presentation is difficult to follow. There is a beginning but the presentation ends abruptly.||The organization follows no order. There is no actual beginning and the presentation just ends.||4|
|Language and Mechanics||The presenters use appropriate language, remain engaged through out the presentation, and limited "Uh's" and silent moments||The presenters used appropriate language, remained engaged. There were some Uh's and silent moments but it did not take away from their presentation.||Students somewhat remained engaged. Over use of Uh's and silent moments took away from the presentation.||Students did not use appropriate language, could not remain engaged and presentation was hurt by the over use of Uh's and silent moments.||4|
|Visuals and Presentation||The visuals added to the presentation and were appropriate. The visuals did not dominate the presentation||The visuals added to the presentation but overly dominated the presentation.||The visuals did not add to the presentation and were a distraction from the speakers.||Provided no visuals or visuals were not appropriate for the presentation.||4|
Total Score: 16