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Evaluation

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The goal of creating a podcast is to inform.  

To do that the podcast content and delivery of that content must be easy to follow and understand.

The information must be accurate and well supported.

Critical analysis should be informed and accurate. 

Keep these things in mind as well as the rubric below as you create your PODCAST.

GOOD LUCK!

Rubric

# Score
Criterion C: Communicating (Organization) Podcast has an introduction and a clearly structured body of content followed by a brief summary. Extremely well planned to flow smoothly. Podcast has an introduction, a body of content and a summary. Lacks flow from beginning to end. Podcast is missing an element, making understanding difficult. Podcast is not organized and is hard to follow. 25
Criterion A: Knowing & Understanding (Content) Podcast has a clearly stated purpose and presents examples to support purpose. Podcast may have a stated purpose, but does not provide enough examples to make thinking clear. Podcast does not clearly state its purpose and/or provide necessary examples. Podcast is unfocused; does not have a clear purpose and/or no meaningful examples given. 25
Criterion C: Communicating (Voice) The speaker(s) reads in a calm voice, enunciation is clear, and the flow of the narration is uninterrupted. The presentation is professional sounding. The speaker(s) reads in a calm voice, enunciation is mostly clear, and the narration may have pauses or slight interruption. The speaker reads in a rushed or broken-up style. Some words are difficult to understand; the narration has distracting elements. The speaker does not clearly enunciate; words are rushed or interrupted with coughing or laughter. 25
Criterion D: Thinking Critically (Analysis) Student completes a detailed discussion of concepts, issues, models, visual representation and theories. Student synthesizes information to make valid, well- supported arguments. Student discusses concepts, issues, models, visual representation and theories. Student synthesizes information to make valid arguments. Student analyses concepts, issues, models, visual representation and theories. Student summarizes information to make arguments. Student analyses concepts, issues, models, visual representation and theories to a limited extent. Student summarizes information to a limited extent to make arguments. 25

Total Score: 100

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