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iRubric: Social Studies Oral Presentation Rubric

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Social Studies Oral Presentation Rubric 
Rubric Code: L2X5237
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Level 4

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Level 3

(N/A)

Level 2

(N/A)

Level 1

(N/A)

Content

Level 4

The topic is clearly identified and introduced. Student provides deep explanations. All required information is covered. After the presentation, the student successfully defends the topic by answering questions with thought and precision.
Level 3

The topic is identified and introduced. Student provides some explanations. Most of the required information is covered. After the presentation, the student is able to defend the topic by answering questions accurately.
Level 2

The topic is not clearly identified nor introduced. Student struggles to provide clear explanations. Some of the required information is left out. After the presentation, the student struggles to defend the topic accurately.
Level 1

The topic is not identified or is unrelated to the task. Explanations are limited or absent. Required information is not covered. After the presentation, the student is unable to defend the topic accurately.
Organization

Level 4

Information is presented in a logical and interesting sequence. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas. It is clear that the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Level 3

Information is presented in logical sequence. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas. It is clear that the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Level 2

Information is presented out of sequence. The audience has difficulty following the flow of ideas. It is unclear whether the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Level 1

Information is not sequenced or presented in a logical manner. The audience cannot follow the flow of ideas. It is unclear whether the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Language & Fluency

Level 4

Student exercises mastery of word choice and grammar throughout the presentation. There is a clear and smooth flow to the presentation without the use of filler words such as: "like," "you know," "umm," etc.
Level 3

Student considers word choice and grammar throughout the presentation. There is a flow to the presentation without the use of filler words such as: "like," "you know," "umm," etc.
Level 2

Student may struggle with word choice and grammar throughout the presentation. There may be a lack of flow to the presentation with minor use of filler words such as: "like," "you know," "umm," etc.
Level 1

Student does not consider word choice or grammar throughout the presentation. There is a lack of flow to the presentation with a noticeable use of filler words such as: "like," "you know," "umm," etc.
Presentation

Level 4

Student constantly looks at someone or some groups and rarely looks at notes. Student stands up straight, faces the audience, and does not fidget. Student speaks at the appropriate volume and respects the required time limit.
Level 3

Student occasionally looks at someone or some groups during presentation. Occasionally looks at notes. Student stands up, may face the audience, and does not fidget. Student speaks at the appropriate volume and may have an issue with the required time limit.
Level 2

Only focuses attention to one particular part of the class and does not scan the audience. Student frequently looks at notes. Student may not stand up straight or face the audience. Student may fidget. Student may have issues with volume and the required time limit.
Level 1

Student does not attempt to look at the audience and reads the notes most of the time. Student does not stand up straight or face the audience. Student fidgets. Student has issues with volume and the required time limit.
Additional Resources

Level 4

Student uses appropriate visual aids. If included, the technology is purposeful and adds to the overall presentation. Visual aids are written with respect for capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Student has included a properly formatted and thorough bibliography (when required).
Level 3

Student uses appropriate visual aids. If included, the technology is purposeful. Visual aids are written with respect for capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Student has included a formatted bibliography (when required).
Level 2

Few visual aids are used or may not be applicable. If included, the technology may not be purposeful and distracts from the overall presentation. Visual aids may not be written with respect for capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Student has included a bibliography that is improperly formatted or not thorough (when required).
Level 1

Student does not use visual aids. If included, the technology is not purposeful and detracts from the overall presentation. Visual aids are not written with respect for capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling. Student has not included a bibliography (when required).




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