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Fictional Character Eulogy Speech Rubric 
Rubric Code: S24W397
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Subject: (General)  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Master

5 pts

Distinguished

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Intermediate

2 pts

Novice

1 pts

Body Posture and Movement

Master

Stands strait and still. Uses
purposeful movements.
Distinguished

Uses purposeful
movements, but shifts or
leans without
distractions.
Proficient

Fidgets or plays with
materials and sometimes
has purposeful
movements.
Intermediate

Uses no purposeful
movements and leans or
shifts weight.
Novice

Posture or movement
interferes or distracts
from presentation.
Gestures

Master

Uses purposeful and
natural gestures that
complement the message.
Distinguished

Uses gestures in the
presentation.
Proficient

Occasionally uses
gestures in the
presentation.
Intermediate

Uses no gestures in the
presentation.
Novice

Gestures contradict or
distract from the
message.
Eye Contact

Master

Maintains consistent eye
contact with entire
audience.
Distinguished

Maintains eye contact
with most of the
audience; most of the
time.
Proficient

Maintains eye contact,
but does not have good
variety.
Intermediate

Only occasionally looks at
audience.
Novice

Has not eye contact with
the audience.
Volume and Projection

Master

Speaks loudly and
comfortably to be heard by
the entire audience.
Distinguished

Speaks loudly enough to
be heard by most
audience members.
Proficient

Sometimes speaks loudly
enough to be heard by
most of the audience.
Intermediate

Speaks softly causing some
audience discomfort.
Novice

Cannot be heard.
Rate/Pacing

Master

Varies rate and pauses for
natural effect throughout
presentation.
Distinguished

Uses appropriate rate,
but uses some vocal
fillers that do not create
distractions.
Proficient

Speaks too rapidly or
slowly, pauses and/or
vocal fillers only
somewhat distracting.
Intermediate

Speaks too rapidly or
slowly, pauses and/or
vocal fillers may disrupt
speech.
Novice

Rate causes confusion;
vocal fillers create
distraction.
Language Use

Master

Uses language and
grammar that enhance
audience understanding.
Distinguished

Uses clear language and
proper grammar.
Proficient

Uses language that is
occasionally confusing.
Intermediate

Uses language that is
awkward and creates
discomfort or confusion.
Novice

Uses language that is
inappropriate for the
audience or occasion.
Assignment Expectations

Master

The speaker meets the
time requirements.
Distinguished

The speaker is 0-20
seconds above or below
the required time.
Proficient

The speaker is 21-40
seconds above or below
the required time.
Intermediate

The speaker is over 40-60
seconds above or below
the required time.
Novice

The speaker is 1 minute
or more above or below
the required time.




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