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Oral Presentation- Nonfiction Book Talk 
Students will give a short oral presentation to the class on their nonfiction book using Google Slides. Following their presentation they will answer questions from classmates. As a listener, they will not distract others while a peer is presenting. If they ask a question, it will be related to the information presented, not a general question.
Rubric Code: C2346CA
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Non-Fiction Book Report
5 %
  Advanced

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Not proficient

3 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

Introduction

Advanced

Begins with an introduction to the book that includes title, author, a general idea of what the book is about and why they chose to read it.
Proficient

Begins with an introduction to the book that includes title and author.
Not proficient

Tells either the title or author of the book, but not both.
Incomplete

Does not mention the name of the book or the author
Content
60 %
  Excellent

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Not proficient

3 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

Presentation Content

Excellent

-presentation is clear,logical, and organized
-5 facts were presented about the topic
-Student was able to answer questions completely and in depth
Proficient

-presentation is
generally clear,
logical, and organized
-4 facts were presented about the topic
-Student was able to answer questions satisfactorily
Not proficient

-presentation lacks clarity
-insufficient information presented
-lacking two or three requirements
-Student was unable to answer one or more questions
Incomplete

Student clearly knows nothing about book, and may not have read it. Is unable to answer any questions about the book.
Oral Presentation

Excellent

-Student spoke clearly, confidently, and with expression about the topic
- Student used notes well, while maintaining good eye contact OR did not need to use notes
Proficient

-Student spoke clearly so all could hear
- Student used notes well, with some eye contact
-2-3 minutes in length
Not proficient

-Student could not always be heard
-No eye contact except at the beginning and end
-less than 2 minutes
Incomplete

Student was unintelligible or refused to speak in front of the class.
-less than 1 minute
Materials
25 %
  Excellent

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Not proficient

3 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

PowerPoint or Prezi

Excellent

The Google slides has excellent information. It shows that the student is organized and understands the book that was read. It is not overcrowded with information.
Proficient

Slides are somewhat disorganized or out of order, but could still be used effectively for the presentation. Student may rely too much on Google slides to give information.
Not proficient

Slides are unintelligible or cause a distraction during the presentation, or are not fully filled out. Student relies too much on the Google slides rather than discuss with class
Incomplete

Student has no Google slides
Audience Participation
10 %
  Excellent

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Not proficient

3 pts

Incomplete

0 pts

Audience Participation

Excellent

- Student listened to peers with no distracting noises or conversation.
-Student asked a question that related to the information given in the presentation or clarified a question raised while listening carefully
Proficient

- Student listened to peers with no distracting noises or conversation.
-If student asked a question, it related to the information given in the presentation
Not proficient

- - Student was either not listening to the presentations, or made distracting noises/conversation
-questions asked were off topic, unrelated to the nonfiction presentation
Incomplete

Student was disruptive during presentation and may have been asked to leave the classroom.



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  • nonfiction, oral, book report

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