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Impromptu Speech

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Rubric Code: LX92W7X
First impromptu speech. Students chose topics and had 2 days to work. Will present 2-3 minute speech.
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Keywords: Impromptu Speech
Categories: Subjects: English   (General)  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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0 pts
Fair
0 pts
Good
0 pts
Excellent
0 pts
Delivery
Speaking Quality
5 pts
Poor

Read directly from note cards, could not clearly understand the words, talked too quickly or too slowly. Very little to no eye contact.

1 point
Fair

Occasionally read from note cards, but spoke clearly and with appropriate speed and tone of voice.


2 points
Good

Nice voice quality and speed, made connections with the audience, and spoke very clearly.



4 points
Excellent

Excellent voice quality, tone, and speed. Made excellent connections with audience and elocution was immaculate. Emotional connection made through voice.

5 points
Nonverbal
5 pts
Poor

Minimal eye contact, fidgeting excessively. No facial expressions or many distracting gestures.





1 point
Fair

Some eye contact, and a small amount of fidgeting. No facial expressions or some distracting gestures.




2 points
Good

Made eye contact, did not fidget, and showed expressions while speaking.





4 points
Excellent

Made excellent and even eye contact with the audience without fidgeting. Expressions were natural and exciting.




5 points
Adhere to Time Limit
5 pts
Poor

Less than 1 minute or more than 5 minutes



1 point
Fair

Less than 1 minute or more than 4 minutes



2 points
Good

Less than 1 minutes or more than 3 minutes



4 points
Excellent

1-3 minutes




5 points
Thesis
15 pts Clearly stated 2-3 main points.
Poor

Speaker did not state 2-3 main points.



3 points
Fair

Speaker did not state 2-3 main points clearly.



6 points
Good

Speaker stated 2-3 main points, but did not follow them in the speech.


12 points
Excellent

Speaker clearly stated 2-3 main points and followed this throughout the speech.


15 points
Organization
10 pts Introduction, body, and conclusion
Poor

Missing 2-3 parts, or containing irrelevant information.


2 points
Fair

Missing 1 part, somewhat clear or concise.


4 points
Good

Had all three parts, semi-clear and consistent; average thesis statement

8 points
Excellent

Had all three parts, clear and concise, excellent thesis statement


10 points
Content
10 pts Examples and supporting details
Poor

The speech was short and missing pieces of information or lacking detail. Reasons were unclear or absent.


2 points
Fair

All pieces of information were present, but lacking specific detail. Reasons were insufficient in number and with few supporting detail.

4 points
Good

All information was supported with specific details and reasons.




8 points
Excellent

All information was clear, concise and conversational with an excellent theme and hook line.



10 points



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