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iRubric: Dialogue Presentation rubric

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Dialogue Presentation

  Derived from rubric: Dialogue Presentation
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Rubric Code: FX9224C
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Categories: Subjects: English  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric Dialogue Presentation
  Poor
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
4 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Volume
Poor

Student cannot be heard and makes no attempt to speak up.
Fair

Volume is not always loud enough. Student can sometimes not be heard.
Good

Student usually speaks loud enough to be heard.
Excellent

Student speaks loudly enough to be heard easily.
Fluency
Poor

Student is unable to speak or read through the dialogue.
Fair

Student speaks and reads haltingly with long pauses.
Good

Student mostly speaks and reads fluently with few hesitations.
Excellent

Student always speaks and reads fluently with few hesitations.
Pronunciation
Poor

Student is unintelligible. Nothing can be understood.
Fair

Pronunciation is not at all clear and student is difficult to understand.
Good

Most words are pronounced clearly and the student can be clearly understood.
Excellent

Pronunciation is clear and distinct all of the time and does not interfere with meaning.



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