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iRubric: Speech Evaluation - Rhetoric 10 rubric

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Speech Evaluation - Rhetoric 10 
Rubric Code: J2X86X8
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Subject: English  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12, Undergraduate


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Final assessment for Rhetoric Unit
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Repetition

Poor

Speaker's use of repetition clutters the argument and may distract or bore a reader.
Fair

Speaker uses repetition, but there is no clear point or reason for using this rhetorical strategy.
Good

Speaker uses repetition to linger or dwell on a point.
Excellent

Speaker uses repetition deliberately to emphasize a point.
Rhetorical Question

Poor

Speaker poses open -ended questions that distract readers from the point of the argument.
Fair

Speaker poses open-ended questions that could be answered with a simple response.
Good

Speaker poses open-ended questions designed to enhance or emphasize the speaker's point.
Excellent

Speaker poses open-ended questions designed to challenge readers to question their preconceived notions or biases.
Parallelism

Poor

Speaker uses dissimilar grammatical structures in a series of related words, phrases, or clauses which creates a sense of discord and a loss of clarity.
Fair

Speaker uses similar grammatical structures in a series of related words, phrases, or clauses.
Good

Speaker uses similar grammatical structures in a series of related words, phrases, or clauses for the sake of clarity and/or rhythm.
Excellent

Speaker uses similar grammatical structures in a series of related words, phrases, or clauses to send a clear, balanced, and rhythmic message.
Comparison and Analogy

Poor

Speaker makes a comparision between two concepts that is unclear and distracts from the main argument.
Fair

Speaker makes a comparision that explains the similarities between two concepts.
Good

Speaker makes a comparison to better explain a difficult or unfamiliar concept using a concept that is more familiar to the reader.
Excellent

Speaker makes an entertaining or emotionally moving comparison to explain a difficult concept using a concept that is more familiar to the reader.
Allusion

Poor

Speaker's reference is unclear and/or unrelated to the point. The audience does not "get it."
Fair

Speaker's reference is understandable but does not help argument.
Good

Speaker's reference is understandable and helps argument.
Excellent

Speaker's reference is very carefully chosen and clearly related to argument, adding to the audience's clarification.
Figurative language

(metaphor, simile, etc )

Poor

No attempt at using descriptive language to engage the audience. Or, there is so much figurative language that the listener is over-whelmed.
Fair

Attempt to use figurative language, but not always effective.
Good

Figurative language employed and generally works.
Excellent

Figurative language is highly engaging to the audience, while also enhancing the message.
Ethos/Logos/Pathos

Poor

Argument choices are not effective.
Fair

Argument choices have limited success
Good

Argument choices generally work
Excellent

Argument choices are highly effective and the audience is swayed. (Mr. Golden would give you a dollar.)
Word Choice

Poor

No particular thought or consideration is given to word choices. Some choices might actually be offensive to the listener.
Fair

Word choices are ordinary; nothing in particular that attracts the listener's attention.
Good

Consideration has been given to word choices, which work most of the time.
Excellent

Word choice is highly expressive. The connotations of words work to enhance the message of the speech.




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