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Storytelling/Children's Book Reading Presentation 
A rubric to assess a child's abiltity to tell a story, or read a children's book to an audience.
Rubric Code: G2469A2
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor

4 pts

Fair

6 pts

Good

8 pts

Excellent

10 pts

Total

50 pts

Voice

Poor

- The majority of the audience had difficulty hearing them.
- Syntax and diction were poor.
Fair

- Only the people seated in the front of the room were able to hear them.
- Syntax and diction were fair.
Good

- Projected their voice throughout the room allowing most people to hear them.
- Syntax and diction were good.
Excellent

- Projected their voice clearly throughout the room allowing everyone to hear them clearly.
- Syntax and diction were perfect.
Total
Style

Poor

- Nervous speaker: lack of energy and enthousiasm.
- Did not make any eye-contact with the audience.
- Body posture was stiff and rigid.
Fair

- Nervous speaker: lack of energy and enthousiasm.
- Eye-contact was maintained for very little periods of time.
- Used very little body posture or gestures to enhance their story.
Good

- Dynamic speaker: full of energy and enthousiasm.
- Eye-contact was maintained for short periods of time.
- Used either body posture and gestures to enhance their story.
Excellent

- Dynamic speaker: full of energy and enthousiasm.
- Eye-contact was maintained for extended periods of time.
- Used both body posture and gestures to enhance their story.
Total
Content

Poor

- Story was incomplete.
- Did not understand the story at all.
- Probably just translated the story.
Fair

- Story met some of the requirements.
- Knowledge of story was below average.
- The reader might have went beyond mere translation but did not simplify the information.
Good

- Story met all requirements.
- Knowledge of story was good.
- One could tell that speaker spent time developing an understanding of the story.
Excellent

- Story exceeded the requirements.
- Knew story very well.
- One could tell that speaker had and analyzed the story extensively.
Total
Expression

Poor

- There was no effort made at emoting expression during the presentation.
Fair

- They attempted to be expressive, but struggled with it.
Good

- Their presentation was expressive, but the rhythm was slightly off.
Excellent

- Their presentation was filled with expression, falling, rising and pausing at the right moments to capture our attention, increase tension or enhance our enjoyment.
Total



Keywords:
  • oral presentation, storytelling, children's literature







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