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Case Study Presentation

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Rubric Code: SX822X7
Oral presentation
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Keywords: case study, oral presentation
Categories: Subjects: Business   Medical   Philosophy  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate

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PHILOSPHY: SELF & SOCIETY
  Poor
25 pts
Fair
25 pts
Good
25 pts
Excellent
25 pts
Points
100 pts
Presentation
Communication
Poor

The oral presentation was inarticulate and difficult to follow. Poor delivery and timing of information. Did not seem to know the material. Poor discussion of questions. Pitch of ideas was not enthusiastic or persuasive.
Fair

The oral presentation was choppy, difficult to follow. Presenter did not have a grasp on the information. Frequent pauses for him or her to find their place. Too much reading. Needs more interaction and discussion of questions. Pitch of ideas had little enthusiasm.
Good

The oral presentation was mostly smooth and seamless, few verbal pauses. The presenter appeared calm, had a general grasp of information.<BR>
Proficient delivery and timing of information. Proficient discussion initiated/ maintained. Pitch of ideas was enthusiastic.
Excellent

The oral presentation was smooth and seamless. The presenter appeared calm and in command of the information. Exceptional delivery. Exceptional discussion intiated and maintained to facilitate learning. Pitch of ideas was enthusiastic and persuasive.
Points


Content
Application and Creativity
Poor

Weak conclusions. Presentation needs to be more logical and organized.The student took little to no time to brainstorm ideas for this assignment.
Fair

Student does not understand the case information. Unrealistic solutions. The student took some time to brainstorm for the assignment.
Good

Student somewhat understands the dynamics, presented some realistic alternatives, objectives, some sound implementation strategies. There is evidence that the student brainstormed new ideas and showed originality in their assignment.
Excellent

Student understands the dynamics, presented realistic alternatives, objectives, sound implementation strategies. The student used their originality and creativity to create a finished assignment.
Points


Completeness
Thinking/Inquiry
Poor

Lack of critical or analytical thought and little to no insight utilized.
Fair

More details, insight, and critical thought needed.
Good

Proficient critical analysis of issue and impact using many details and evidence. Moderate insight into issue.
Excellent

Exceptional insight into critical components & analysis of issue.
Points


Synthesis
Clear Link Between Theorist & Case Study Analysis
Poor

Lack of development of clear criteria derived from theorist
Fair

More details, analysis, research, critical thought needed in this area.
Good

Proficient analysis of original theory and clear articulation of how the theory led to criteria.
Excellent

Exceptional insight into theorist's thesis as exemplified through analysis and presentation.
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