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Oral Presentation Rubric (8-24-00) Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Oral Communication: Expressing ideas clearly when communicating orally. Levels of Achievement Criteria Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable

  1. Oral Presentation Rubric (8-24-00) Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Oral Communication: Expressing ideas clearly when communicating orally. Levels of Achievement Criteria Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable Organization Presentation is clear, Presentation is generally Listener can follow Logic of arguments is logical and organized. clear and well presentation with effort. not made clear. Listener can follow line organized. A few minor Some arguments are not Listeners are confused. of reasoning. points may be confusing clear. Organization seems haphazard. Style Level of presentation is Level of presentation is Aspects of presentation Presentation consistently appropriate for the generally appropriate. are too elementary or is too elementary or too audience. Presentation Pacing is sometimes too too sophisticated for sophisticated for the is a planned fast or slow. The audience. Presenter audience. Information is conversation, paced for presenter seems slightly seems uncomfortable read to audience. audience understanding. uncomfortable at times, and can be heard only if Presenter is obviously It is NOT a reading of a and the audience listener is very attentive. anxious and cannot be paper. occasionally has trouble Much of the information heard. Speaker is clearly hearing the him/her. is read. comfortable in front of the group and can be heard by all. 1

  2. Criteria Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable Use of Communication Communication aids Communication aids Communication aids are No communication aids Aids enhance the contribute to the quality poorly prepared or used are used, or they are so (e.g., Transparencies, presentation. They are of the presentation. Font inappropriately. Font is poorly prepared that Slides, Posters, prepared in a size is appropriate for too small to be easily they detract from the Handouts, Computer- professional manner. reading. Appropriate seen. Too much presentation. • Generated Materials) Font on visuals is information is included. information is included. large enough to be Some material is not Unimportant material is seen by all. supported by visual aids. highlighted. Listeners • Information is may be confused. organized to maximize audience understanding. • Details are minimized so that main points stand out. Content: Depth of Speaker provides an For the most part, Explanations of No reference is made to Content accurate and complete explanations of concepts concepts and/or theories literature or theory. explanation of key and theories are accurate are inaccurate or Listeners gain no new concepts and theories, and complete. Some incomplete. Little insights. drawing upon relevant helpful applications are attempt is made to tie literature. Applications included. theory to practice. of theory are included to Listeners gain little from illuminate issues. the presentation. Listeners gain insights. 2

  3. Criteria Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable Content: Accuracy of Information (names, No significant errors are Enough errors are made Information included is Content facts, etc.) included in made. Listeners to distract a sufficiently inaccurate the presentation is recognize any errors to knowledgeable listener, that the listener cannot consistently accurate. be the result of but some information is depend on the nervousness or accurate. The presentation as a source oversight. presentation is useful if of accurate information. the listener can Listeners may have been determine what misled. information is reliable. Use of Language: Sentences are complete For the most part, Listeners can follow the Listeners are so Grammar and Word and grammatical, and sentences are complete presentation, but some distracted by the Choice they flow together and grammatical, and grammatical errors and presenter’s apparent easily. Words are they flow together use of slang are evident. difficulty with grammar chosen for their precise easily. With a few Some sentences are and appropriate meaning. exceptions, words are incomplete/ halting, vocabulary that they chosen for their precise and/or vocabulary is cannot focus on the meaning. somewhat limited or ideas presented. inappropriate. Use of Language: Both oral language and Oral language and body Oral language and/or Oral language and/or Freedom from Bias body language are free language are free from body language includes body language (e.g., Sexism, Racism, from bias. bias with one or two some significant bias. frequently reflects bias. Agism, Heterosexism, minor exceptions. Listeners may be Some, if not all, listeners etc.) offended. will probably be offended. 3

  4. Criteria Exemplary Proficient Marginal Unacceptable Personal Appearance Personal appearance is For the most part, Personal appearance is Personal appearance is completely appropriate personal appearance is somewhat inappropriate inappropriate for the for the occasion and the appropriate for the for the occasion and occasion and audience. audience. occasion and the audience. audience. Responsiveness to Highly responsive to Generally responsive to Reluctantly interacts Avoids or discourages Audience: Verbal audience comments and audience comments and with audience. active audience Interaction needs. Consistently needs. Most of the time, Responds to questions participation. Is not clarifies, restates, and clarifies, restates, and inadequately. responsive to group. responds to questions. responds to questions, Summarizes when and summarizes when needed. needed. Misses some opportunities for interaction. Responsiveness to Body language reflects Body language reflects Body language reflects Body language reveals a Audience: Body confidence and ease comfort when some discomfort when reluctance to interact Language when interacting with interacting with interacting with with audience. audience. audience. audience. 4


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