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Literary Analysis Group Presentation 
For analysis of a literature text
Rubric Code: L225W87
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12, Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Literary Analysis Presentation
  Excellent

5 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Organization
5 pts

Excellent

•Students present a sophisticated, logical, and interesting organizational sequence which audience can easily follow.
Good

•Students develop logical sequence which audience can follow.
Fair

•Pattern is vague and ill-conceived; lacks clear structure, making it hard for the audience to follow
Poor

•Student does not address pattern or the pattern is illogical
Delivery
5 pts

Excellent

•Students is clear, correct, precise in his/her delivery so that all audience members can follow the presentation.
•Student is very enthusiastic and fluid.
Presentation demonstrates
mastery of grammar, usage,
mechanics and spelling.
Good

•Students is clear and concise. The audience can follow the presentation
mostly.
•Student is enthusiastic and fluid
•Demonstrates
control of grammar, usage,
mechanics and spelling.
Fair

•Student's voices are low and often seems unfamiliar with terms.
•Audience members have difficulty hearing presentation.
•Students are somewhat fluid in presentation.
•Presentation contains some
intrusive errors in grammar,
usage, mechanics and
spelling.
Poor

•Students present information that is unclear. Students mumble or use terms, and speak too quietly for students in the back of class to hear.
•Body language is too distracting.
•Presentation contains
frequent, severe errors in
grammar, usage, mechanics
and spelling.
Creativity
5 pts

Excellent

• Analysis and presentation is highly engaging to the audience, and precisely attuned to
the selection.
• Analysis and presentation demonstrates a high degree of creativity and originality.
• Presentation is exactly tuned to the audience.
Good

• Analysis and presentation is engaging to the audience and appropriate to the selection.
• Analysis and presentation demonstrate a fair degree of creativity and originality.
• Presentation is generally appropriate to the audience.
Fair

• Analysis and presentation is somewhat engaging but not always appropriate to the selection.
• Analysis and presentation demonstrate limited, occasional creativity and originality.
• Presentation is only sometimes appropriate to the audience.
Poor

• Analysis and presentation is rarely engaging and not appropriate to the selection.
• Analysis and presentation demonstrate little creativity and originality.
• Presentation is not appropriate to the audience.
Content
5 pts

Excellent

• Information shows expertise in textual understanding, use of literary terms, and in establishing context within the passage and in the text as a whole.
• The analysis demonstrates a clear, complete understanding of the assignment and literature selection.
• The analysis demonstrates a very clear purpose and focus.
• Analysis seamlessly includes a synopsis of the literature selection.
Good

•Students give accurate and sufficient information with attention to context and has solid understanding of literary terms.
• A good understanding of the assignment and literature selection is demonstrated.
• The analysis demonstrates a clear purpose and focus.
• Analysis includes a synopsis of the literature selection.
• Presentation shows an understanding of elements of literary analysis.
Fair

•Students give mostly accurate and sufficient information, with some attention to context
• The analysis demonstrates some but incomplere understanding of the assignment and/or literary analysis.
• An incomplete understanding of the literature selection is demonstrated.
• The analysis has an unstated purpose and focus.
• Analysis includes an incomplete/inaccurate synopsis of the selection.
• Few ideas and arguments are presented.
Poor

•Student gives inaccurate or insufficient information and student fails to address context.
• An incomplete and sometimes inaccurate understanding of the literature
selection and/or the assignment is demonstrated.
• No purpose and focus are presented.
• Analysis may not include a synopsis of the literature selection.
• Presentation shows little or an inaccurate understanding of literary analysis.
• Few ideas and arguments
Use of Evidence
5 pts

Excellent

•Students use textual evidence to support well-developed claims/ideas.
•Evidence is substantial and has direct correlation to claim.
•Evidence is correctly cited.
Good

•Students use textual evidence to support ideas/claims.
•Correlation may be difficult to follow at times, but attempt to create link is evident.
Fair

•Students give broad ideas with some textual evident; textual evidence may be misused.
• Examples from the work of literature are quoted without a clear connection to
the focus of the analysis.
Poor

•Students give broad ideas with no textual evidence or evidence doesn't correlate with ideas.
•Examples from the work of literature are not cited.



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