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iRubric: PowerPoint Presentations rubric

iRubric: PowerPoint Presentations rubric

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PowerPoint Presentations

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Rubric Code: TX55C85
This guide provides a method of evaluating the performance, content, and design of presentations given with PowerPoint slideshows.
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Categories: Subjects: Social Sciences  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Graduate

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
0 pts
Substantive Content
Excellent

All information presented is 100% relevant to the main points and conclusions, without unnecessary content. Information also fully supported the analysis. No typos.
Good

Most information directly supported the presentation's conclusions and analysis. One or two typos were apparent.
Fair

Enough information was related to the topic or analysis to reach the conclusion, but many questions remained unaddressed.
Poor

Information included in the presentation was either irrelevant or insufficient to support the topic or analysis. Errors and typos were prevalent on each slide.
Graphic Design
Excellent

Slides were simple, elegant, and used high quality/resolution images. Design followed the grid system. Color was harmonious. Text was very minimal with a maximum of ten words per slide and a minimum of 30pt font. No bullet points, but rather a creative display that related to imagery.
Good

Slides were standard, template style design with no additional creativity involved. Design mostly kept to the grid system with a few incongruous placements. Images were high quality, but perhaps not the best examples. Text was minimal, font size was consistent and presented without bullet points.
Fair

Slides were put together with little conscious decision making. Minimal logical relationship between elements. Inconsistent "look" or theme. Text was heavy with various font sizes. Images were functional but of low quality.
Poor

Slides were disjointed and unorganized, with overlapping images and text violating the grid everywhere. Color was used haphazardly with clashing results. More than 100 words were used per slide in bullet points. Images were blocky at low resolution.
Infographics
Excellent

All data was displayed in simple, creative ways with minimal traditional formats, such as bar charts and graphs. Each graphic was immediately legible as to its message.
Good

Some data was presented in nonstandard, creative ways. Most attempts were well-received and without necessary explanation.
Fair

All data was presented in standard, automatically generated graphs and histograms without any additional creativity.
Poor

No graphics were used to present data, but rather were featured in text.
Verbal Delivery
Excellent

Voice was loud and clear with no unintended pauses, "uhh"s, or "um"s. Information was delivered as an engaging narrative with appropriate amounts of humor, rhetorical questions, and suspense. Never read the text from any slide
Good

Voice was mostly loud and clear with minimal pauses. Information was well presented and mostly engaging. Some information read from text when presenter needed to.
Fair

Voice was average, but disinterested or bored. Information was basically transferred to the audience without much effort toward engagement.
Poor

Voice was soft, unsure, or mumbled. Presenter was completely unprepared and without practice. All delivery was either read directly from the slides or made up on the spot. Pauses were constant.
Body Language
Excellent

Presenter maintained eye contact at all times and only looked at slides when pointing to a feature; seemed excited to present; moved while speaking without being overly animated; effective use of hand gestures.
Good

Presenter usually was looking at an audience member while speaking; seemed happy to deliver the presentation; used hand gestures most of the time and changed position occasionally.
Fair

Presenter seldom gained eye contact and if so, chose the same few audience members; seemed ambivalent about presenting; used minimal effort to move or use hand gestures.
Poor

Presenter never looked at any audience member; seemed to want to be anywhere else but there; stood completely still or committed to nervous twitching.
Slide Effects
Excellent

No slide transitions were used. Animations were not used on text, but only info graphics when necessary. Audio was employed only to enhance a point.
Good

If anything, only quick fades were used for transitions. Some animations may have been used on text. Audio or video may have been used.
Fair

Presenter relied on effects as a means to enhance the otherwise lacking content and delivery. Video was used to get out of presenting that information.
Poor

Ample use of the most canned and cheesy automatic effects for no discernible reason.
Audience Reaction
Excellent

Audience was attentive and engaged; laughed at appropriate times; many more questions were asked than time allowed for answering at the end.
Good

Audience was paying attention; followed the presenter's leads; a respectable amount of questions were asked at the end.
Fair

Audience was mostly paying attention, but out of politeness. Some were checking cell phones or looking elsewhere. Very few questions were asked at the end.
Poor

Audience was incredulous and/or leaving during the presentation. No apparent interest was displayed.



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