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Career/College PowerPoint Presentation 
This rubric explains, through a ppt presentation, the steps necessary to obtain a career in a particular chosen field. It will discuss the college of choice, degree program, chosen field of study, the salary of chosen study, and what that chosen field of study does. It will also show what chances of advancement are available in this field, and what the student would like to be doing five-ten years from now.
Rubric Code: WXBB3B8
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Subject: English  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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Title Slide

Excellent

Title Slide lists the tile, your name, presentation title, any important information AND
is formatted correctly.
Good

Title Slide lists most of the required elements.
and is formatted correctly.
Fair

Title Slide lists some of the required elements.
OR
Is not formatted correctly.
Poor

Title slide is missing most required elements.
AND
Is not formatted correctly.
Intro, Body, ConclusionSlides

Excellent

20 required slides or more with relevant information.
Topic is discussed clearly and adequate points are made.
Good

15 required slides with relevant information.
Topic is somewhat discussed but more information is required.
Fair

10 required slides with relevant information.
Topic is slightly discussed but more material is needed.
Poor

5 slides or less slides OR slides do not contain relevant information.
Topic is addressed but not discussed or elaborated on.
Powerpoint/Graphics

Excellent

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. Graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance presentation. Information is at the advanced level and consistently supports images.
Good

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects to enhance presentation. Information adequately supports images.
Fair

Slides are legible. Amount of text is too great for the amount of space provided. Some grammatical errors. Less than half the slides have graphics or effects. Information supports images at times.
Poor

The slides are not legible. The amount of text is too great for the space provided. There are several grammatical errors. There is little use of graphics or effects. The information does not consistently support images.
Presentation

Excellent

The presentation is well coordinated. All material is presented using language that is original. It does not appear written down. Student varies from slides; does not simply read from slide
Good

The presentation is well coordinated. Most material is presented in new form and not as it is written on the screen or page.
Fair

The presenter make minimal eye contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen or page.
Poor

The presenter make no contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen of page.
Knowledge

Excellent

Speaker is well informed and elaborates beyond the displayed material.
Good

Speaker is well informed and elaborates a bit beyond the material displayed.
Fair

Speaker brings little knowledge to the presentation beyond what is displayed
Poor

Speaker simply reads the material displayed.
Voice

Excellent

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice and does not read from sheets
Good

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice but constantly turns to the screen
Fair

Speakers presents in a voice that is sometimes clear but constantly refers to the presentation
Poor

Speaker does not present in a loud or clear voice and reads simply from the presentation
Speaking Skills

Excellent

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice and does not read from sheets
Good

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice but constantly turns to the screen
Fair

Speakers presents in a voice that is sometimes clear but constantly refers to the presentation
Poor

Speaker does not present in a loud or clear voice and reads simply from the presentation
Citations

Excellent

Sources of information are properly cited so that the audience can determine the credibility and authority of the information presented.
Good

Most sources of information use proper citation, and sources are documented to make it possible to check on the accuracy of information.
Fair

Sometimes copyright guidelines are followed and some information, photos and graphics do not use proper citations.
Poor

No copyright guidelines are followed and some information, photos and graphics do not use proper citations.



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