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The Podcast Diaries | Presentation 
15-minute presentation
Rubric Code: V2XB727
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric The Podcast Diaries | Presentation
10 %
  Excellent

8 pts

Good

6 pts

Fair

4 pts

Poor

2 pts

Effort
10 %

Excellent

Student shows impeccable evidence of having had listened to episode of the podcast, extensive time invested in preparation, general contextual research and creative execution.
Good

Student shows evidence of a good amount of time spent in preparation, research and creative execution.
Fair

Student appears to have spent a fair amount of time in preparation, research and creative execution.
Poor

Questionable evidence of preparation, research and creative execution.
Organization and Structure
10 %

Excellent

Student presents information in a logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow.
Good

Student presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow.
Fair

Audience has difficulty following presentation because student jumps from idea to idea.
Poor

Audience cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence of information
Graphics
5 %

Excellent

Student uses graphics that enhance audience understanding and interest of the topic.
Good

Student uses graphics that
enhance audience understanding of the topic.
Fair

Student uses graphics that do not enhance audience understanding of the topic.
Poor

Student does not use any graphics.
Verbal Skills
10 %

Excellent

Student speaks with great fluctuation in
volume and inflection to
maintain audience interest
and emphasize key points.
Good

Student speaks with some fluctuation in
volume and inflection to
maintain audience interest
and emphasize key points.
Fair

Student speaks with little fluctuation in
volume and inflection to
maintain audience interest
and emphasize key points.
Poor

Student speaks with no fluctuation in
volume and inflection to
maintain audience interest
and emphasize key points.
Subject Knowledge
15 %

Excellent

Student demonstrates full knowledge, applying concepts covered in the course and answering all class questions with explanations and elaboration.
Good

Student demonstrates some knowledge by integrating some concepts covered in the course and answering most questions with explanation and elaboration.
Fair

Student demonstrates little knowledge and answers few questions with explanation and elaboration.
Poor

Student demonstrates no knowledge by answering questions without explanation and elaboration.
Personal Analysis
10 %

Excellent

Student effectively applies personal critical analysis to the podcast's production, deconstructing contextual, structural, and semantic categories through the filter of their personal interpretation and way of seeing.
Good

Student applies a personal analysis sharing their opinions and observations of the audio construction by touching on contextual, structural and semantic categories.
Fair

Student applies a fair measure of analysis but lacks robust critical and personal interpretation of the work pertaining to contextual, structural and semantic categories.
Poor

Student's analysis is generally poor or nonexistent, mostly applying the semantic category and simply giving a summary of the content of the podcast.
Participation in class discussion
10 %

Excellent

The student actively contributes in the discussion and analysis of the podcast after their colleague has presented and brings new ideas to the table, demonstrating a close listening to the podcast under discussion.
Good

The student contributes in the discussion of the podcast after their colleague has presented and brings ideas to the table, demonstrating that they have listened to the podcast under discussion.
Fair

The student contributes in the discussion of the podcast when probed by the lecturer and shows evidence of having had listened to the podcasts under discussion.
Poor

The student is reluctant to participate in the discussions and shows little evidence of having had listened to the podcast under discussion.
Written Essay
20 %

Excellent

The text demonstrates a cogent analyses of the podcast under discussion, including proof of empirical observation (research), close/broad listening of the episode and personal interpretation. Three in text references and bibliography are perfectly achieved.
Good

The text demonstrates a good analyses of the podcast under discussion, including proof of empirical observation (research), listening and personal interpretation of the audio construction. Three in text references and bibliography are achieved.
Fair

The text demonstrates a fair analyses of the podcast under discussion, however research and personal interpretation could be more robust. Less than three in text references are included and bibliography has some errors.
Poor

The text demonstrates a poor analyses of the podcast under discussion, showing little evidence of research and personal interpretation. No text references and bibliography are included.




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