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Group SCOTUS Presentation Rubric 
each group will give a presentation on two separate Required SCOTUS cases each group will present two typed "briefs" of their assigned cases
Rubric Code: E2468C3
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Subject: Political Science  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Well Developed

4 pts

Developing

3 pts

Emerging

2 pts

Undeveloped

1.5 pts

Meaningful Content

Well Developed

All required slides included with correct information.
Topic is discussed clearly and in an organized manner.
Developing

All required slides with relevant information.
Topic is somewhat discussed but more information is required.
Emerging

Missing some slides or relevant information.
Topic is slightly discussed but more material is needed.
Undeveloped

Many slides missing or less slides OR slides do not contain relevant information.
Topic is addressed but not discussed or elaborated on.
Powerpoint/Graphics

Well Developed

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. Graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance presentation. Information is at the advanced level and consistently supports images.
Developing

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects to enhance presentation. Information adequately supports images.
Emerging

Slides are legible. Amount of text is too great for the amount of space provided. Less than half the slides have graphics or effects. Information supports images at times.
Undeveloped

The slides are not legible. The amount of text is too great for the space provided. There is little use of graphics or effects. The information does not consistently support images.
Oral Presentation

Well Developed

Speakers present in a loud, clear voice and do not read from screen.
Speakers sound credible.
Presentation goes above and beyond basic requirements.
All group members contribute to the oral presentation equally.
Developing

Speakers present in a loud, clear voice but turns to the screen occasionally.
Speakers sound somewhat credible.
All group members contribute to the oral presentation equally.
Emerging

Speakers present in a voice that is sometimes clear but constantly refers to the presentation.
Not all group members contribute to the oral presentation, or the distribution is not equal.
Undeveloped

Speakers do not present in a loud or clear voice and reads simply from the presentation.
Not all group members contribute to the presentation and the distribution of material for each presenter is not equal.
Grammer and Mechanics

Well Developed

Capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the presentation. There are no grammatical errors.
Developing

There is one error in capitalization or punctuation OR there is one grammatical error on the presentation.
Emerging

There are two or more errors in capitalization or punctuation Or there are two or more grammatical errors on the presentation.
Undeveloped

There are many grammar or mechanical errors on the presentation.
Collaboration

Well Developed

Each student fully contributed to the presentation
Developing

Most of the students contributed to the presentation
Emerging

Some of the students contributed to the presentation
Undeveloped

Few of the students contributed to the presentation
Typed Briefs

Well Developed

Each of the two briefs conform to the directions
The description and identification of "the question of the law" presented clearly for benefit of classmates
Developing

Two briefs generally followed directions
Emerging

some aspect of the brief incomplete or unclear
Undeveloped

briefs do not conform to directions One or more is missing



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