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iRubric: Online Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Online Presentation Rubric

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Online Presentation Rubric

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Rubric Code: D5BA42
Research summary presentation
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Categories: Subjects: Business   English   Geology   History   Social Sciences   Vocational  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: Graduate

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  The A Presentation
(N/A) Exceeds
The B Presentation
(N/A) Good
The C Presentation
(N/A) Fair
The F Presentation
(N/A) Poor
Information:
10 pts Major points of annotated bib presented, including conclusion
The A Presentation

The student presented the information clearly and displays a complete understanding of his/her topic. It is evident that the student was well prepared.
The B Presentation

The student presented the information fairly clearly and displayed a reasonable under-standing of his/her topic.
The C Presentation

The information presented is not adequate or complete. The student somewhat understands his/her topic.
The F Presentation

Not enough information is presented to show the student understood or learned his/her topic.
Presentation
10 pts Introduction style, preparedness and executive level professionalism
The A Presentation

The student presents the overall topic in a concise and effective summary with a clear structure drawing the audience in with compelling questions or comments.
The B Presentation

The introduction is clear and coherent and relates to the topic and may or may not have a structure to guide the listener.
The C Presentation

The introduction shows some structure but is overly detailed or incomplete.
The F Presentation

The introduction does not orient the audience to what will follow, is inarticulate or unclear and does not appear interested in the audience.
Technology/aesthetics:
5 pts Professional look, not too many bullets or too much text, or too many slides, pleasing colors, effective use of graphics
The A Presentation

The work done exceeds all expectations and shows that the student is proud of his/her work. The effort that was put into this task is the best it can be by the student. Presentation does not exceed the time limit.
The B Presentation

The work was done with good effort that shows the necessary level of student competence. It is evident that time was put into this presentation. Presentation may exceed the time limit
The C Presentation

Work is done with fair effort, but the quality is still not the necessary level of the student. It is evident that the work was rushed. Presentation is either too short or too long.
The F Presentation

Work is done with little effort, quality is not to the level required by the student. It is evident that the work was rushed and little time was spent on the final product. Work is incomplete, scattered or rambling.



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