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Open debate - Ecotourism 
The following rubric will be used to assess students in the final activity consisting of an open debate about ecotourism implications in Mursi area.
Rubric Code: V22C927
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Subject: Vocational  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Organization

Clarity and order.

Excellent

Points of view are absolutely clear and presented orderly supporting a main idea.
Good

The major part of the interventions is clear and orderly according to a principal idea.
Fair

Some ideas seem to be clear supporting the viewpoint, but not over all.
Poor

Viewpoints are unclear in most parts. They do not follow a logical order.
Information

Relevance of info to support points of view (reasons).

Excellent

Most relevant reasons given. Information is clear, precise and well-documented.
Good

Many reasons given. Fairly relevant. Just few information is not well-founded.
Fair

Some relevant reasons given. Information is often unclear and not well-founded.
Poor

Few or not relevant reasons given. Information is not clear and often mistaken.
Use of facts

Examples given to support ideas/reasons.

Excellent

Every reason is well supported with relevant facts.
Good

The majority of main reasons/ideas are supported with relevant facts.
Fair

Main arguments are supported with some relevant examples.
Poor

Main reasons/ideas are supported with few or not relevant facts
Participation

Interactions. Use of rebuttal. Dealing with counter-arguments. Effectiveness.

Excellent

Lots of interactions (alive debate). Counter-arguments are made effectively: precise, strong and relevant.
Good

Many interactions. The major part of counter-arguments made are strong and well founded.
Fair

Some interactions. Few effective counter-arguments made. Some weak and not very relevant.
Poor

Few interactions. Counter arguments are very poor and irrelevant. Deficient effectiveness.
Performance

Body language (eye-contact, gestures, position) voice (tone and rhythm) and enthusiasm.

Excellent

The team made use of facial and body expressions to catch people attention. Eye contact was constant, tone of voice adequate and enthusiasm was very persuasive.
Good

The team made use of facial and body expressions to catch people attention. Eye-contact was often made, tone of voice adequate and enthusiasm was mostly convincing.
Fair

The team made use of few facial and body expressions to catch people attention. Eye-contact was often made, tone of voice fair and enthusiasm was quite convincing.
Poor

The team made use of few facial and body expressions to catch people attention, but not effective. Eye-contact was barely made, tone of voice deficient and enthusiasm was barely convincing.




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