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Presentation 
Artwork Share
Rubric Code: D2376B7
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Very Good

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Good

3 pts

Fair

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Weak

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Preparation /15 marks

Excellent

- Student is well prepared and it is obvious that student rehearsed / practiced for presentation.

- Student only glances at their paper minimally, if any.
Very Good

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

- Student only read from their paper occasionally.
Good

Student is somewhat prepared and would require several more rehearsals.
Fair

- Student shows a bit of practice.

-Student reads mostly from their paper.
Weak

- Student is obviously unprepared for the task. No evidence of any rehearsals/ practice.

- Student reads entirely from their paper.
Clarity & Tone /10 marks

Excellent

- The student speaks clearly and distinctly with appropriate, varied pitch and tone modulation throughout presentation.
Very Good

- The student speaks clearly and distinctly. Some minor lapses in volume .
Good
Fair

- The student speaks clearly but is, at times, indistinct, or too quiet.
Weak

- The student does not speak clearly and is inaudible to the audience.
Pausing & Pacing /10 marks

Excellent

- The student uses pauses and pacing effectively to communicate meaning and/or enhance dramatic impact of the presentation.

- Looks directly at the audience for expression "more than a few times" throughout presentation.
Very Good

- The students uses pauses and pacing to communicate meaning and/or enhance dramatic impact ..

- Looks directly at the audience for expression a few times.
Good

Pauses and pacing may be adequate but needs more dramatic enhancement.
Fair

- Pauses and pacing were not effective in improving meaning and/or dramatic effect.

- Does not look directly at the audience for expression/ or avoids looking directly at audience.
Weak

- Pauses were not intentionally used. Delivery is either too quick or too slow.

-Does not look directly at the audience for expression/ Lacks expression.
Audience Engagement /15 marks

Excellent

- Significantly increases audience understanding and knowledge of topic/message conveyed in work being shared.

- Convinces an audience to recognize the validity and importance of the topic/message being shared.
Very Good

- Raises audience understanding and awareness of most points conveyed in personal work.
Good

-Few narrative techniques were applied and are somewhat effective in shaping meaning .
-Conclusion somewhat expresses what was learned about American identity experience.
Fair

- Fails to increase audience understanding of knowledge of topic conveyed in personal work.
Weak

- Cannot address questions or concerns peers have about their work.

- Shows no interest in topic presented and does not foster any interest from peers as a result.










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