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The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points.
The content is thoughtfully developed and persuasive.
The power point develops a central theme or idea, directed toward the appropriate audience.
Major points are stated clearly; are supported by specific examples; and are organized logically.
The conclusion summarizes all major points.
Power Point transitions are present and logical and maintain the flow throughout the presentation.
The chosen disease reflects the content appropriately.
Statements are complete, clear and concise.
Slides show creativity and engage the class.
Spelling and grammar are correct.
Student projects and enunciates during presentation
Eye contact with audience.
Student shows confidence and poise.
Students have equal participation during the public presentation.
Presentation of report flowed with ease due to proper preparation and rehearsal.