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iRubric: Independent Living Project Google Slide Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Independent Living Project Google Slide Presentation Rubric

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Independent Living Project Google Slide Presentation Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Oh The Places You Will Go!
built by Downstown

Rubric Code: TX92W48
This rubric is meant to help guide in the creation of your Google Slide presentation project. Each category in the far left column represents a component of the project that will be taken into consideration when calculating the final grade for this assignment. Review the rubric carefully before, during and after the creation of the Google Slide presentation, to ensure that all intended elements of your Google Slide have been represented and all other criteria have been met.
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Keywords: Google Slides and Presentation Rubric
Categories: Subjects: Computers   English   History   Science   Education   (General)  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Content
Excellent

All required information is included in at least 8 slides using required titles.
Good

5-7 of the required slides
Some of the required information is included but more information is required.
Fair

4-6 slides of relevant information.
Some required information is included but more is needed.
Poor

Many slides missing or less slides OR slides do not contain enough relevant information.
Presentation/Graphics
Excellent

Slides are attractive. Text is easy to read. Graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance presentation.
Good

Slides are attractive. Text is easy to read. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects to enhance presentation.
Fair

Slides are easy to read. Amount of text is too great for the amount of space provided. Less than half the slides have graphics or effects.
Poor

The slides are not easy to read. The amount of text is too great for the space provided. There is little use of graphics or effects.
Requirements
Excellent

All 8 slide requirements are met:
1. Title slide, individual name on slide
2. Location etc. This is where I am going to live
3. When I think about...
4. This is what I need to buy keep track of costs
5. Other needs
6. total cost
7. Other necessities
8. How you are going to earn the money needed
Good

Most 5-7 of the requirements are met.
Fair

Some 4-6 of the requirements are met:
Poor

Few of the requirements are met:
Grammar and Mechanics
Excellent

Capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the presentation. There are no grammatical errors.
Good

There is less than 2 grammatical error on the presentation.
Fair

There are less than 4 grammatical errors on the presentation.
Poor

There are many grammar or mechanical errors on the presentation.
Use of Class Time
Excellent

Used time well during the class period. Focused on getting the product done. Never distracted others.
Good

Used time well during the class period. Usually focused on getting the project done and never distracted others.
Fair

Used some of the class time well during the class period. There was some focus on getting the project done but occasionally distracted others.
Poor

Did not use class time to focus on project OR distracted others. Reminders were given.



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