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Rubric Code: E5B2C9
20x20 visual and audio presentation. Twenty slides are displayed for twenty seconds each. The presenter speaks to each slide as they play through. Goal is to be creative and poetic in design and speech. Entertain us please.
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Categories: Subjects: English   History  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Pecha Kucha
20x20 and sit down.
  Pecha Rocked It
4 pts Exceeds Standard
90-100
Pecha You Becha
3 pts Meets Standard 89-70
Pecha Next Time
2 pts Partially Meets 69-60
Pecha Train Wreck
1 pts Fails to Meet <60
Historical Analysis
SS11.2 Students will analyze the issues and events in U.S. History from 1920 to the present and interpret the outcomes and turning points within that time period
Pecha Rocked It

Student gives a thorough and detailed analysis that fully addresses the question in all of its complexity.
Pecha You Becha

Student analyzes key events and details in response to the question.
Pecha Next Time

Student gives a partial analysis and/or overlooks key historical events and outcomes that are connected to the question.
Pecha Train Wreck

No attempt made.
Speaking
ELA12.8.1 Students will choose and present appropriate information logically.
Pecha Rocked It

The Pecha Kucha was extremely organized and the ideas and images flowed in a manner that was easily followed and understood.
The material transitioned seamlessly from slide to slide.
Pecha You Becha

The Pecha Kucha was fairly organized. and the ideas flowed well. There were perhaps jumps and transitions that were not entirely seamless. Easily understood.
Pecha Next Time

The Pecha Kucha was unorganized and difficult to follow. Ideas and images were put together with little thought to audience understanding.
Pecha Train Wreck

No attempt made.
Analysis of Media
ELA12.9.4 Students will determine appropriate media, relevant to audience and purpose, that extend and support oral, written, and visual communication.
Pecha Rocked It

The images/text chosen were appropriate and extremely thoughtful to the topic and conveyed in an excellent manner the Pecha Kuchua's purpose.
The audience was informed and entertained.
Pecha You Becha

The images/text chosen were appropriate and considered the topic in a thoughtful way.
No yawns were elicited from your audience.
Pecha Next Time

The images/text chosen distracted from the presentation. We were restless, so very restless.
Pecha Train Wreck

No attempt made.
M.U.G.S
Students will use appropriate diction, syntax, and figurative language to suit purpose, context, and audience.
Pecha Rocked It

The speaking by student was polished and professional manner.
It was obvious the student had rehearsed the speech pertaining to each slide and spoke in a manner that was thoughtful and showed a command of the subject matter.
Pecha You Becha

The speaking by student was a bit casual in manner.
Overall the speaking conveyed the message adequately.
Pecha Next Time

Little rehearsal was done and the speaking seemed
improvised. Speaking distracted from the message and information.
Pecha Train Wreck

No attempt made.



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