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Persuasive Presentation 
Rubric Code: P234A5C
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Subject: English  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Focus

Excellent

Argument is well- focused and purpose is clear.
Good

Argument is mostly well-focused and purpose is focused.
Fair

Argument is not as focused as it needs to be, causing the writer's argument to be somewhat weak; and purpose is not always clear.
Poor

Argument is not focused or includes contradictory information, entirely weakening the writer's argument and purpose is questionable.
Strong, Convincing Voice

Excellent

The writer's own voice and point of view are distinct and convincing for his/her audience.
Good

The writer's own voice is somewhat strong and convincing and engages the audience.
Fair

The writer's own voice and point of view are often vague.
Poor

The writer's own voice and point of view are not evident.
Support

Excellent

Argument contains abundant and convincing support from reliable sources.
Good

Support is only ample but is still somewhat convincing.
Fair

Argument has some support from reliable sources but is still weak.
Poor

Argument lacks sufficient support from reliable sources; or the support used is not convincing.
Creativity and Organization

Excellent

Essay is well-organized, and uses transitional devices to create unity and fluidity.
Good

Essay is mostly organized and uses transitional devices to create unity and ample fluidity.
Fair

Essay is somewhat organized, with limited use of transitional devices for unity and fluidity.
Poor

Essay lacks sufficient organization and few if any transitional devices are used to create unity and fluidity
Grammar/Mechanics

Excellent

Flawless; no errors. Proofreading is evident.
Good

Some errors. Proofread.
Fair

Several careless errors. Proofreading is not evident.
Poor

Numerous errors that may hinder comprehension. Not proofread.



Keywords:
  • argumentative, persuasive, research, report, essay, argument, persuasion

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