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iRubric: Macromolecules PowerPoint Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Macromolecules PowerPoint Presentation Rubric

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Macromolecules PowerPoint Presentation Rubric

  Derived from rubric: SWU PowerPoint Presentation Rubric
built by dware1

Rubric Code: A5495C
This rubric is meant to help guide in the creation of your Macromolecules PowerPoint presentation project. Each category in the far left column represents a component of the project that will be taken into consideration when composing the final grade for this assignment. Review the rubric carefully before, during and after the creation of the PowerPoint presentation, to ensure that all intended elements of your destination have been represented and all other criteria have been met.
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Keywords: PowerPoint Presentation Rubric
Categories: Subjects: Business   English   Health   History   Science  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate

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  Excellent
5 pts
Very Good
4 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Content
Excellent

Slides contain relevant content for the 4 macromolecules: identify elemental components, name and illustrate basic sub-unit or monomer, provide examples of polymers formed, and examples of foods that contain the macromolecules. Content is based on information from research. Content must provide an explanation for function/importance to life for the 4 macromolecules.
Very Good

Slides contain relevant content for 3 macromolecules: identify elemental components, name and illustrate basic sub-unit or monomer, provide examples of polymers formed, and examples of foods that contain the macromolecules. Content is based on information from research. Content must provide an explanation for function/importance to life for the 3 macromolecules.
Fair

Slides contain relevant content for 2 macromolecules: identify elemental components, name and illustrate basic sub-unit or monomer, provide examples of polymers formed, and examples of foods that contain the macromolecules. Content is based on information from research. Content must provide an explanation for function/importance to life for the 2 macromolecules.
Poor

Slides contain relevant content for 1 macromolecules: identify elemental components, name and illustrate basic sub-unit or monomer, provide examples of polymers formed, and examples of foods that contain the macromolecules. Content is based on information from research. Content must provide an explanation for function/importance to life for the 1 macromolecules.
Graphics/Use of Media
Excellent

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. Graphics and effects are used throughout. Information is at the advanced level and supports images. Uses other technology to enhance materials
Very Good

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects. Information adequately supports images. Some use of media.
Fair

Slides are legible. Amount of text is too great. Some grammatical errors. Less than half the slides have graphics Information supports images at times. Minimal use of media.
Poor

The slides are not legible. The amount of text is too great. There are several grammatical errors. There is little use of graphics and information does not support images. No evidence of media
Presentation/Organization
Excellent

The presentation is well coordinated. All material is presented using language that is original. Speaker is well informed and elaborates beyond the displayed material.
Very Good

The presentation is well coordinated. Most material is presented in new form and not as it is written on the screen.
Fair

The presenters make minimal eye contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen or page.
Poor

The presenters make no contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen of page.
Voice/Delivery
Excellent

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice and does not read from sheets
Very Good

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice but constantly turns to the screen
Fair

Speakers presents in a voice that is sometimes clear but constantly refers to the presentation
Poor

Speaker does not present in a loud or clear voice and reads simply from the presentation
Time Usage
Excellent

Presentation meets the 8 minute time requirement.
Very Good

Presentation is under the 8 minute time requirement because of lack of content or knowledge of topic.
Fair

Presentation is over the time requirement because of poor planning or trouble loading and running power point on computer.
Poor

No time was considered in this presentation.
Overall Presentation grade
Excellent

All required criterion is met and goes above and beyond instructor expectations of presentation.
Very Good

Some required criterion is met. And meets some instructor expectations.
Fair

Minimal criterion and instructor expectations met.
Poor

Lack of required criterion adherence and instructor expectations not met at all.



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