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The rubric below will be used to evaluate the class presentations based upon: completeness, creativity, communication, and correctness of information.
|Completeness||More than 2 minutes to long or short, solution does not address either problem, no visual aid||2 minutes too long or short, solution only addresses part of one of the problem or attempts to address both without distinguishing between them, inadequate visual aid||1 minute too long or short, solution addresses one problem but not sufficiently, adequate visual aid||Within 30 seconds of 5 minute length, solution is directly related to one of the problems, excellent visual aid||5|
|Creativity||Presentation is dull and uncreative, evidence that insufficient time was put into the preparation.||Presentation displays some effort or creativity, but there evidence that insufficient time was put into the preparation.||Presentation displays adequate effort and creativity, evidence that time was put into the preparation, but not as good as it could be.||Presentation displays excellent effort and creativity, evidence that sufficient time was put into the preparation.||5|
|Communication||Communication is unclear and difficult to understand.||Communication is clear, but ideas are difficult to understand||Communication is understandable, but unclear and/or difficult to follow.||Excellent, clear communication of ideas that is easily understood by audience.||5|
|Correctness of Information||Most information is factually incorrect, displays misunderstanding of the two processes.||Some information shared is factually incorrect, and shows a limited understanding of the two processes.||All information shared is factually correct and shows an adequate understanding of the two processes.||All information shared is factually correct and shows a complete understanding of the two processes.||5|
Total Score: 20