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iRubric: Field of Engineering PowerPoint Presentation Science Rubric

iRubric: Field of Engineering PowerPoint Presentation Science Rubric

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Field of Engineering PowerPoint Presentation Science Rubric built by Jerred

Rubric Code: EX9WC45
Created for assessing a Oral and Visual Presentation regarding a Field of Engineering of your choice. Because the topics are so diverse, I am not going to say that you have to include this, that, and the other. You are to prepare a 5 minute presentation about your topic. Make sure that you discuss the most relevant, interesting information AND how it relates to fiel of engineering of your choice.
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Keywords: Oral & Poster Presentation
Categories: Subjects: Biology   Engineering  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Not Attempted
0 pts
Attempted
1 pts
Limited
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Distinguished
4 pts
Score
(N/A)
Content - Accuracy
40 %
Not Attempted

The topic is minimally covered with few to no details or no presentation.
Attempted

Content is typically confusing and may contain more than one factual error. Some content is relevent to the student topic and knowledge of genetic engineering.
Limited

The content is generally accuarate, but one part is clearly inaccurate.
Most content is relevent to the student topic, which is covered with some details.
Proficient

Most of the content is accurate. One section may be incorrect. All content is relevent to the student topic. Topic mostly covered with only a few details lacking.
Distinguished

All content is accurate, relevent to genetic engineering subtopic and knowledge of genetic engineering. Concise and no factual errors.
Score


Presentation
20 %
Not Attempted

No presentation.
Attempted

Presentation not sufficient to present adequate information.
Limited

Presentation barely covers the topic's subject matter. Slides too wordy or inacceptable. Much of explanation unclear.
Proficient

Presentation covers the topic's subject matter. Most of the slides are acceptable. Mostly clear explanation.
Information is not in student's own words making it slightly difficultl to understand.
Distinguished

Presentation covers genetic engineering subtopic and knowledge of genetic engineering in great detail. Excellent slides and very clear and concise explanation. Information is put in student's own words and is easily understood.
Score


Effectiveness
15 %
Not Attempted

Presentation is completely ineffective or no presentation.
Attempted

Several visuals are unappealing, missing, or not applicable to presentation.
Limited

Presentation is missing a large quantity of vital information. Graphics are basic.
Proficient

Presentation includes most information needed. Graphics are relevant to the topic's subject matter.
Distinguished

Presentation includes all required elements and and exceptional graphics and/or pictures. It provides a comprehensive understanding of genetic engineering subtopic and knowledge of genetic engineering.
Score


Powerpoint
20 %
Not Attempted

No Powerpoint submitted.
Attempted


Limited

Powerpoint expresses some of the information regarding genetic engineering. It is slightly disorganized and messy.
Proficient


Distinguished

Neat, relevant, attractive.
Score


Spelling and Grammar
5 %
Not Attempted

Presentation has many grammatical errors.
Attempted

Presentation has more than 2 grammatical/spelling errors.
Limited

Presentation has 1-2 grammatical errors, but no misspellings.
Proficient

Presentation has 1-2 misspellings, but no grammatical errors.
Distinguished

Presentation is grammatically correct and has no misspellings.
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