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Oral Presentation - Elevator Pitch 
Rubric for evaluating group/single presentations. An elevator pitch is an overview of a business idea. Investors often judge the quality of a business idea on the basis of the quality of its elevator pitch, and will ask entrepreneurs for the elevator pitches to quickly identify the GREAT ideas!
Rubric Code: PXA5B7A
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Subject: Education  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Fair

3 pts

Good

6 pts

Excellent

10 pts

Auidence Engagement/Wow Factor

Problem/solution explained

Fair

The presenter has little or no interaction with audience. Problem and/or solution not addressed.
Good

The presenter engages the audience somewhat. Little reference was made to problem and/or solution.
Excellent

The presenter actively engages the audience and addresses the problem and/or solution. The audience is able to synthesize and follow the information that is being discussed.
Product/Business Knowledge

Student and/or group should address:
*Target Market
*Plans for promotion/selling

Fair

Student/group demonstrates little knowledge of product/service.
Good

Student/group demonstrates limited knowledge of product/service.
Excellent

Student/group demonstrates full knowledge and is very comfortable discussing all aspects of the product/service.
Organization/Preparation

Fair

Audience has difficulty following presentation because it is follows a loose organizational pattern. Little preparation demonstrated.
Good

Student presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow. A good deal of preparation was demonstrated.
Excellent

Student presents information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow. Student was fully prepared for presentation.
Enthusiasm/Passion Expressed

Fair

Presenter makes very little use of facial expression or body language. Little effort was made to generate interest in information presented.
Good

Facial expressions and body language are used in a limited amount to generate interest and enthusiasm for subject matter.
Excellent

Facial expressions and body language generate a strong interest and enthusiasm for information being presented.
Use of Time

Fair

The presenter speaks less than one minutes, or longer than three.
Good

The presenter speaks for more than one and one quarter minutes, but less than the two minutes given.
Excellent

The presenter makes full use of two to three minute time limit.
Speaks Clearly

Fair

Presenter mumbles or cannot be understood by audience, more than one word was mispronounced.
Good

Presenter speaks clearly and distinctly 85% to 95% of time, mispronouncing no more than one word.
Excellent

Presenter speaks clearly 95% to 100% of the given time and mispronounces no words.
All Group Members Participate

Fair

No group participation.
Good

Group Participation is Minimal.
Excellent

All group members participate in the elevator pitch presentation.
Introduction of Members

Fair

No introduction of group members.
Good

Some of the members were introduced.
Excellent

Introduction of each member of group included in presentation.



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