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iRubric: The Gettysburg Address Recitation rubric

iRubric: The Gettysburg Address Recitation rubric

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The Gettysburg Address Recitation

  Derived from rubric: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech
built by Anayansi

Rubric Code: T4358C
Students will memorize and recite The Gettysburg Address to Abraham Lincoln to the class.
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Keywords: Gettysburg address, recitation
Categories: Subjects: English   History  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
5 pts
Good
4 pts
Fair
3 pts
Weak
1 pts
Preparation
Excellent

Student is well prepared and it is obvious that he/she rehearsed thoroughly.
Good

Student is well prepared but the presentation requires a few more rehearsals.
Fair

Student is not well prepared and would benefit from many more rehearsals.
Weak

Student is obviously unprepared for the task. No evidence of any practice.
Memorization
Excellent

The student has memorized the entire lines (100%) and is able to present it without error.
Good

The student has memorized entire lines and is able to present with less than 3 errors from which he/she recovers.
Fair

The student has memorized entire lines and is able to present, however recites only fragments of the speech successfully.
Weak

The student has not memorized the lines.
Physical Presence
Excellent

Student employs proper posture and gestures, is relaxed and confident, and maintains appropriate audience contact.
Good

Student employs proper posture and gestures, is relaxed and confident, and maintains appropriate audience contact most of the time or is lacking in one of these elements.
Fair

Presentation is lacking in two or more of the criteria.
Weak

The student slouches, looks uncomfortable and makes no effective contact with the audience at all. Tension and nervousness is obvious.
Pausing and Pacing
Excellent

The student uses pauses and pace effectively to communicate meaning and/or enhance dramatic impact of the speech.
Good

The students uses some pauses and pacing to communicate meaning and/or enhance dramatic impact of the speech.
Fair

Pauses and pacing were not effective in improving meaning and/or dramatic effect. Pauses at ends of lines rather than at punctuation marks. Delivery is awkward.
Weak

Pauses were not intentionally used. Delivery is either too quick or too slow. Reads words with no logical grouping.
Inflection
Excellent

The student uses inflection,appropriate and varied pitch and tone modulation, to emphasize word or phrases of the speech and enhance persuasion.
Good

The student uses some inflection for emphasis. Some minor lapses in pitch, tone and volume did not fit the content. More vocal emphasis was required.
Fair

The student uses very little inflection, or uses it ineffectively. Enhancement of phrases is not acheived.
Weak

Inflection was not intentionally used. No voice emphasis is noticeable throughout the delivery.
Clarity and Expression
Excellent

The student speaks clearly, distinctly, and with Recites loudly enough for all to hear throughout the presentation.
Good

The student speaks clearly and distinctly. The emotion conveyed did not always fit the content, the emphasis wasuneven.
Fair

The student speaks clearly but is, at times, indistinct, too quiet. Or the emotion it conveyed often did not fit the content.
Weak

The student does not speak clearly, mispronounces words and is inaudible to the audience. Spoken in monotone.



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