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iRubric: 10th Grade World History PowerPoint Presentation rubric

iRubric: 10th Grade World History PowerPoint Presentation rubric

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10th Grade World History PowerPoint Presentation built by jonnyt

Rubric Code: V58CXC
15 Minute PowerPoint Presentation
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Keywords: PowerPoint
Categories: Subjects: History  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor
10 pts
Fair
15 pts
Good
20 pts
Excellent
25 pts
CONTENT
Shows or exhibits knowledge on the civilization be presented.
Poor

Presents 0-2 facts about the civilization.

Unable to answer any questions asked by students after presentation.
Fair

Presents 3-4 facts about the civilization.

Able to answer some questions asked by teacher and students after presentation.
Good

Presents 5-7 facts about the civilization.

Able to answer most questions asked by teacher and students after presentation.
Excellent

Presents 8-10 facts about the civilization.

Able to answer all questions by teacher and students after presentation.
VISUAL FORMAT
Design and production of a presentation that is visually easy to follow, and learn from.
Poor

PowerPoint format has not been constructed, or has been constructed with 0-4 slides, and 0-1 pictures.
Fair

PowerPoint format has been constructed with the use of 5-8 slides, and 2-4 pictures.
Good

PowerPoint format is constructed well with the use of 9-12 slides, and 5-7 pictures.
Excellent

PowerPoint format is clearly constructed with the use of 13-15 slides, and 8-10 pictures.
ORAL PRESENTATION
Discusses presenting content clearly and at a voice level so that all can hear and understand.
Poor

Presentor does not speak, or speaks briefly on topic for 0-2 minutes.
Fair

Presentor speaks about his/her topic, and speaks for 3 minutes.
Good

Presentor speaks well so all students hear, and speaks for
4 minutes.
Excellent

Presentor clearly speaks so that all students hear, and speaks for 5 minutes.
CLASS OUTLINE
Presents a clearly written and descriptive outline, for classmates to follow and use for future reference
Poor

Class outline has not been completed, or has been completed to cover only 0-4 slides
Fair

Class Outline has been constructed, and covers 5-8 slides.
Good

Class Outline covers most of the material on 9-12 slides.
Excellent

Class Outine covers All material on all 13-15 slides.



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