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iRubric: Evaluation of Special Occasion Speech rubric

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Evaluation of Special Occasion Speech

  Derived from rubric: Evaluation of Persuasive Speech
built by rachmasters

Rubric Code: V2495A
This rubric will be used to evaluate the understand and execution of a Special Occasion Speech. It will be used for the Public Speaking 101 class.
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Categories: Subjects: Communication  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Special Occasion Speech Rubric
  Poor
10 pts
Fair
20 pts
Good
30 pts
Cohesive constrution of information
Poor

Speaker does not use complete thoughts or transitions. Speaker does not clearly explain their purpose for speaking. Speaker seems to be unprepared and distracted.
Fair

Speaker uses complete thoughts, but does not clearly explain the main ideas. Speaker states their purpose for speaking. Speaker seems prepared, but lacks a conviction when speaking.
Good

Speaker uses complete thoughts and clearly explains the main ideas. Speaker states their purpose for speaking and supports the information given. Speaker speeks with conviction and understanding.
Information supported by research
Poor

Speaker does not use any resources to support the information given. If resource is used it is not valid or viable.
Fair

Speaker uses the minimum of two, scholarly sources in the speech. Speaker states the sources in the speech.
Good

Speaker uses more than two, scholarly sources in the speech. Speaker states the sources in the speech.
Uses proper speech etiquette
Poor

Speaker does not make eye contact with the audience. Speaker does not speak loudly or clearly. Speaker does not have a commanding presence.
Fair

Speaker makes minimal eye contact with the audience. Speaker is loud, but not clear. Speaker is clear, but not loud. Speaker is commanding some of the time.
Good

Speaker makes eye contact through-out the speech, and addresses all areas of the room. Speaker is loud and clear. Speaker is confident and commands the room when speaking.
Knowledgeable of subject
Poor

Speaker does not seem to know why they are speaking. The audience is not made aware of the occasion over which the speech is being presented.
Fair

Speaker is knowledgeable about their purpose, but seems to get off topic. The audience is made aware of the occasion over which the speech is being presented.
Good

Speaker is knowledgeable about their purpose, and appears to have a personal connection with the occasion chosen. The audience is aware of the occasion chosen.



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