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Effective Communicator Rubric 
John F. Kennedy High School
Rubric Code: J7757C
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Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Effective Communicator Rubric
John F. Kennedy High School
  Exemplary

3 pts

Achieving

2 pts

Progressing

1 pts

Developing

0 pts

N/A

(N/A)

Vocabulary Usage

Exemplary

Rich, effective and sophisticated use of language
Achieving

Effective and descriptive language for the grade level of context
Progressing

Appropriate but limited vocabulary for grade level or context
Developing

Very limited, many errors in tenses and usage
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Grammar and Spelling

Exemplary

Free or almost free of errors. There may be purposeful and artful breaking of the rules within the context of the style.
Achieving

Occasional errors that do not represent a major distraction or obscure the meaning
Progressing

Errors are present and may cause a distraction but do not obscure the meaning
Developing

Errors are so prevalent that they distract the reader and obscure the meaning.
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Designs a Logical Structure

Exemplary

The organization is unified, logical and consistent throughout, with a sophisticated structure that contributes to the effectiveness of the piece as a whole
Achieving

There is a logical progression of ideas with few digressions Structure is evident and contributes to the effectiveness of the piece.
Progressing

Although there may be some logical inconsistencies, there is an identifiable profession of ideas and structure.
Developing

Little or no evidence of logical presentation or structure.
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Ability to Express Ideas

Exemplary

All reasoning is systematic and accurate
Achieving

Most reasoning is systematic and accurate
Progressing

Some evidence of systemic reasoning in the argument
Developing

No reasoning at all, or reasoning inaccurately addresses the topic
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Use of Evidence

Exemplary

Use of accurate and extensive evidence from a variety of sources to develop the thesis (nonfiction)
Achieving

Uses sufficient, accurate, relevant supporting evidence from several sources. (nonfiction)
Progressing

Has limited but accurate support from at least one source. (nonfiction)
Developing

Little,no, or inaccurate support from source materials. (nonfiction)
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Pacing

Exemplary

All phases of the process were completed independently in a timely fashion.
Achieving

All phases of the process were completed in a timely fashion.
Progressing

There may have been some problems in meeting deadlines, but the final product was on time.
Developing

Deadlines for key process elements are missed.
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Non-verbal Skills

Exemplary

Speaker is confident and comfortable; is in control of the presentation environment and topic
Achieving

Speaker is confident but may display a few nervous behaviors that do not detract from message; minor points may be confusing
Progressing

Some nervous behavior or minor difficulty with the content present; does not interfere with the overall message
Developing

Pronounced nervous behavior or difficulty with the content affect the clarity of the presentation
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Verbal Skills

Exemplary

Diction and tone and pace are artfully applied such that all members of the audience can understand and hear all of what is said.
Achieving

Diction, tone and pace are such that most members of the audience can understand and hear all of what is said.
Progressing

Diction, tone and pace are such that some members of the audience can understand and hear all of what is said.
Developing

Diction, tone and pace are barriers to the audience's ability to understand and hear all of what is said.
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.
Delivery Techniques

Exemplary

Consistently makes eye contact with all members of the audience. Gestures enhance and support point being made. Exhibits confidence through upright, open posture.
Achieving

Makes eye contact with most members of the audience. Gestures generally support point being made. Demonstrates upright, open posture.
Progressing

Makes some eye contact with limited members of the audience. Gestures inconsistently support point being made. Posture is inappropriately rigid or relaxed.
Developing

If eye contact occurs, it is with minimal members of the audience. There are no meaningful gestures. Posture is closed and inappropriate.
N/A

This criteria does not apply to this assignment.



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