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Explorer Slide Presentation 
This rubric is meant to help guide you in the creation of your slideshow projects for this course. Read the rubric carefully before, during, and after the creation of your slideshow to ensure that all the required parts of your presentation have been addressed and all the criteria has been met to produce your best work.
Rubric Code: T2XA968
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Subject: Social Sciences  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Exemplary

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Developing

2 pts

Emerging

1 pts

Peer Comments:

(N/A)

Content

Exemplary

All the criteria has been met (# of slides, use of media resources, charts, data, maps, etc.)
All slides contain no more than 2 or 3 sentences or bullet points of information per slide. The topic is clearly identified and introduced. Student provides deep explanations.
Proficient

Most of the criteria has been met (# of slides, use of media resources, charts, maps, data, etc.) Most slides contain no more than 2 or 3 sentences or bullet points of information per slide. The topic is identified and introduced. Student provides some explanations.
Developing

Some of the criteria has been met (# of slides, use of media resources, charts, maps, data etc.), but some information is left out. Some slides contain no more than 2 or 3 sentences or bullet points of information per slide. The topic is not clearly identified nor introduced. Student struggles to provide clear explanations.
Emerging

Almost none of the criteria has been met (# of slides, use of media, charts, maps, data, etc.) and most information is left out. Slides are wordy and difficult to follow or contain no bullet points at all.
Peer Comments:

Organization

Exemplary

Information is presented in a logical and interesting sequence. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas.
Proficient

Information is presented in logical sequence. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas.
Developing

Information is presented out of sequence. The audience has difficulty following the flow of ideas.
Emerging

Information is not sequenced or presented in a logical manner. The audience cannot follow the flow of ideas.
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Mechanics

Exemplary

Capitalization, grammar, punctuation and spelling are flawless throughout the presentation. The student has proofread and taken the care to provide a slideshow that is void of mechanical errors. It is clear that student proofread their work before submission.
Proficient

Some capitalization, grammar, punctuation or spelling errors throughout the presentation. The student hasn't proofread carefully enough to provide a slideshow that is void of mechanical errors. Some proofreading was done.
Developing

Many capitalization, grammar, punctuation or spelling errors throughout the presentation. The student hasn't proofread carefully to provide a slideshow that is void of mechanical errors. Little proofreading was done.
Emerging

There are many capitalization, grammar, punctuation or spelling errors throughout the presentation. No proofreading was done.
Peer Comments:

Graphics

Exemplary

Slides are attractive and easy to view. Text is easy to read and comprehend. Pictures, color, graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance the overall presentation and provides a balance between text and graphics on each slide to clearly present the topic material.
Proficient

Most slides are attractive and easy to view. Most text is easy to read and comprehend. Pictures, color, graphics, and effects are used throughout to enhance most of the presentation and provides balance between text and graphics to clearly present the topic material on most slides.
Developing

Some slides are attractive (use of color, graphics, etc.). Some text is easy to read and comprehend. Pictures, color, graphics, and effects are sometimes used to enhance the overall presentation but provides little balance between text and graphics.
Emerging

Basic use of slideshow app. Text is difficult to read and comprehend; too wordy. Minimal use of pictures, color, graphics and effects to enhance the overall presentation. No balance between the use of text and graphics.
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Language & Fluency

(Oral Presentations & Written Narratives)

Exemplary

Student exercises mastery of word choice and grammar throught the presentation. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas. It is clear the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Proficient

Student considers word choice and grammar throughout the presentation. The audience can easily follow the flow of ideas. It is clear the student has practiced the presentation prior to class.
Developing

Student may struggle with word choice and grammar throughout the presentation. The audience has difficulty following the flow of ideas. It is clear the student has had little practice prior to class.
Emerging

Student does not consider word choice or grammar throughout the presentation. The audience cannot follow the flow of ideas. It is clear the student has not practiced the oral presentation prior to class.
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