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Speech Analysis & Presentation 
Rubric Code: H23X433
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: (none)


Powered by iRubric Speech Analysis/Presentation
  Incomplete

0 pts

Poor

4 pts

Fair

6 pts

Good

8 pts

Excellent

10 pts

Accuracy/Completion

Incomplete

Student did not submit the assignment.
Poor

Few/none of the comprehension questions were completed and contained major errors. The rhetorical and argumentative graphic organizer was incomplete and lacked information and explanation. Additional components were not included and contained major errors.
Fair

Most of the comprehension questions were answered with minor or few inaccuracies; all of the comprehension questions were answered, but with major inaccuracies. Some aspects of the rhetorical and argumentative graphic organizer were included, but lacked information or explanation; all aspects of the rhetorical triangle were included, but with major inaccuracies. Most of the additional components were included; all of the additional components were included, but contained major inaccuracies.
Good

All the comprehension questions were answered with minor or few inaccuracies. All aspects of the rhetorical and argumentative graphic organizer were included, but needed additional information or explanation. Additional components contained all of the requirements with minor or few errors.
Excellent

All the comprehension questions were thoughtfully and accurately answered. All aspects of the rhetorical and argumentative graphic organizer were included and thoroughly explained. Additional components contained all the requirements without error.
Analysis

Incomplete

Student did not submit the assignment.
Poor

No attempt at analysis was made. No textual evidence was provided.
Fair

Analysis of the text attempts to apply rhetorical strategies and devices, but read more like a summary. Little textual evidence was provided and/or inaccurately used; MLA conventions were not followed.
Good

Analysis of the text demonstrates a basic understanding of rhetorical strategies and argumentative devices. Attempts were made to provide unique or innovative ideas. Textual evidence was included, but contained convention errors.
Excellent

Analysis of the text demonstrates a deep understanding of rhetorical strategies and argumentative devices, and provides unique or innovative ideas. Student integrates textual analysis appropriately, accurately, and with full command of MLA conventions.
Organization/Creativity

Incomplete

Student did not submit the assignment.
Poor

Ideas are presented without organization, and make the presentation impossible to follow. No graphics are used, and font is difficult to read.
Fair

The PowerPoint/poster attempts to organize ideas, but is often difficult to follow. Font and graphics distract from the presentation, or do not enhance the presentation.
Good

The PowerPoint offers a clear organization of ideas that is easy to follow. Neat and appropriate font is used. Graphics are incorporated.
Excellent

The PowerPoint organizes ideas in a way that is easy to follow, and strategically presents reveals analysis. Neat and appropriate font is used. Unique and creative graphics are strategically incorporated to enhance the presentation.
Presentation

Incomplete

Student did not submit the assignment.
Poor

Some presentation preparation. Read directly off the PowerPoint/poster. Demonstrated no knowledge of the topic. Student lacked professionalism by making inappropriate comments or laughing.
Fair

Partial presentation preparation. Read mostly off of the PowerPoint/poster and demonstrated little knowledge of their topic. Student, maintained some professionalism by staying focused on the topic.
Good

Apparent presentation preparation while only reading off the PowerPoint/poster on occasion. Student is knowledgeable about their content. and maintained a professional attitude.
Excellent

Excellent presentation preparation project without referring directly to the PowerPoint/poster. The student was well informed on their topic and explained the information in a professional and engaging manner.
Grammar/Punctuation

Incomplete

Student did not submit the assignment.
Poor

Conventions of the English language are not followed, making the presentation impossible to understand. Many spelling and punctuation errors are present.
Fair

Overall, conventions of the English language are not followed and interrupt the flow of ideas. The presentation contains more than a few spelling and punctuation errors.
Good

Conventions of the English language are accurately applied. Little to no spelling or punctuation errors are present.
Excellent

Conventions of the English language are applied in such a way that they enhance the flow of ideas, and appeal to the audience. No spelling or punctuation errors are present.




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