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Topic Presentation 
Students will pick a topic of their choice to read and present over. Students will develop a 2-3 minute presentation in prezi, powerpoint, animoto, or other visual aid.
Rubric Code: Q2X5232
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Excellent

Student did an excellent job on his/her presentation.

25 pts

Good

Student did an okay job on their presentation, with lots of room for improvement.

20 pts

Fair

Student did a very poor job on their presentation, putting forth little to no effort.

15 pts

Redo

0 pts

Book Information
20 pts

Student provides general information about the topic

Excellent

Student is able to present interesting facts on their topic and go into detail about their topic. Student can answer questions and have a clear knowledge of the topic.
Good

Student is able to present most information on the book, but does not go into depth on the topic or cannot answer questions.
Fair

The student is able to present some basic information on the topic, but needs to research more.
Redo

The student does not present information on their topic.
Super Reading Method
20 pts

Student used the super reading method to complete their research.

Excellent

Student clearly used super reading while working in the lab and is able to answer question on super reading and how it works.
Good

Student has an understanding of super reading, but lacked clear knowledge of super reading and how to apply it to their research.
Fair

Student has minimal understanding of super reading.
Redo

Student does not understand super reading.
Presentation
40 pts

Student shows a presentation to the class

Excellent

Presentation has detail and is organized in a manner that makes it easy to understand. Presenter uses eye contact and speaks clearly to the class. Presenter is enthusiastic about the book they are presenting.
Good

Presentation is organized and has some detail. Presenter has a clear speaking voice. Presenter is somewhat enthusiastic about their book.
Fair

Student needs to speak more clearly; so the class can understand. Student needs more detail in their presentation.
Redo

The student did not develop a presentation.
Preparedness
20 pts

The student is ready to give their presentation on the due date

Excellent

The student is well prepared to give his/her presentation, and it is obvious that the student rehearsed.
Good

The student is somewhat prepared to give his/her presentation, and it is appears that the student could have used more time to rehearse.
Fair

The student is not prepared to give his/her presentation, and it is obvious that the student did not rehearse.
Redo

It is obvious that the student did not read the book.



Keywords:
  • Oral, presentation, book report, non fiction







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