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iRubric: Slides Presentation 3rd Grade rubric

iRubric: Slides Presentation 3rd Grade rubric

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Slides Presentation 3rd Grade

  Derived from rubric: Powerpoint Presentation 3rd Grade
built by kelseyfrey

Rubric Code: DXC8263
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Categories: Subjects: Computers  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5


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3rd Grade - Presentation must have 7 slides
  Poor
0 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Powerpoint
75 % Presentation must have at least 7 slides
Information
Poor

Student does not have enough information on the slides and/or does not have enough informational slides.
Fair

Student has 3 slides of information.
Good

Student has 4 slides of information.
Excellent

Student has 5 slides of information.
Pictures
Poor

Student does not have appropriate pictures.
Fair

Student has integrated appropriate pictures on informational slides and/or has 2 picture.
Good

Student has integrated appropriate pictures on informational slides and/or has 3 picture slides.
Excellent

Student has integrated appropriate pictures on informational slides and/or has 4 picture slides.
Design
Poor

Student has not picked an appropriate design, font, or color scheme.
Fair

Student has picked an appropriate design, font, and color scheme which looks okay.
Good

Student has picked an appropriate design, font, and color scheme which looks good.
Excellent

Student has picked an appropriate design, font, and color scheme which looks professional.
Transitions/Animations
Poor


Fair


Good


Excellent

Student has picked 1 appropriate and professional design for all the slides. Student has chosen 2 things to animate and has appropriate animations.
Presentation
25 %
Projection
Poor


Fair

Student is not clearly audible or words are not understandable.
Good

Student speaks at the right volume and is easily understandable, but has some difficulty with words or volume.
Excellent

Student speaks at the right volume and is easily understandable.
Speech
Poor

Student was not prepared for his/her speech and had not thought of what to say.
Fair

Student either was not prepared or did nor present good/helpful information.
Good

Student was prepared and had good information.
Excellent

Student has thought about what he/she will say and was prepared to give his/her speech. The speech was excellent and full of good and helpful information.
Contribution
Poor

Student did not contribute to the project.
Fair

Student had little input on the project.
Good

Student contributed to the project a fair amount.
Excellent

Student was fully engaged and contributed to the project.



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