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Organizational Behavior - Leadership Article Presentations built by KristineClark

Rubric Code: PX8B952
Each student will be assigned an article from the Northouse or the Rosenbach, Taylor, and Youndt books and will be required to create a PowerPoint presentation that summarizes the major points of the assigned article and make a class presentation.
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Keywords: Organizational Behavior Presentations
Categories: Subjects: Medical   Political Science  
Types: Presentation   Assignment  
Grade Levels: Graduate

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
No Attempt
0 pts
Level of Preparation/Organization
4 pts
Excellent

Presentation is very organized and very easy to follow. Student maintains good eye contact with audience and seldom refers to notes.
Good

Presentation is organized and easy to follow. Student maintains good eye contact with the audience most of the time, but occasionally refers to notes. 
Fair

Article presentation is fairly well organized and fairly easy to follow. Student makes occasional eye contact with the audience, but a majority of the presentation is read from notes. 
Poor

Student is not at all prepared. Presentation is disorganized and lacks a logical flow. Student makes almost no eye contact with the audience and nearly all of the presentation is read from notes.
No Attempt


Quality of Presentation
4 pts
Excellent

Student speaks loudly and clearly enough for all to hear and pronounces all words correctly. PowerPoint presentation is visually attractive, informative, and has no spelling errors.
Good

Student speaks loudly and clearly enough for most to hear and pronounces most words correctly. PowerPoint presentation is deficient in one of the following areas: visually attractive, informative, spelling errors.
Fair

Student does not speak loudly or clearly enough for most to hear and has some trouble pronouncing words correctly. PowerPoint presentation is deficient in two of the following areas: visually attractive, informative, spelling errors.
Poor

Student mumbles, makes persistent errors in pronunciation. PowerPoint presentation is deficient in all three of the following areas: visually attractive, informative, spelling errors.
No Attempt


Professionalism
4 pts
Excellent

Student appears professional in all areas of manner, dress, and communication style.
Good

Student appears mostly professional but could use some work in either manner, dress, or communication style.
Fair

Student appears unprofessional in more than one area of manner, dress, or communication style.
Poor

Student comes across unprofessional in all areas (manner, dress, communication style).
No Attempt





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