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iRubric: Survival Guide: Group Video Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Survival Guide: Group Video Presentation Rubric

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Survival Guide: Group Video Presentation Rubric
The students will put together a poster, powerpoint, collage or video to show during their oral presentation. The presentation will contain information that the students collected regarding intelligence. The group presentation must be aligned with the assigned topic and objectives and will last in duration at least 15 minutes.
Rubric Code: W2XWB52
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Excellent

4 pts

Good

3 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Video Content

Excellent

The presentation includes all information relevant to the topic in an organized fashion.
Good

Presentation includes all relevant information, but it is not well-organized.
Fair

Does not have all of the important information from the posters. There is not enough information presented. Information is presented in an unorganized fashion.
Poor

The presentation is lacking in required elements. There are many gaps in information presented.
Work quality and effort

Excellent

The work done exceeds expectations and shows that the students are proud of their work. Maximum effort was put into the video presentation.
Good

The work was done with good effort that shows what the students are capable of. It is evident that the group put effort into the presentation.
Fair

Work is done with fair effort, but the quality is still not what the group is capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed.
Poor

Work is done with little effort, quality is not what the students are capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed and little time was spent on the final product. Work is incomplete.
Style/Mechanics

Excellent

The presentation has great creativity and style, and is not just a list of facts or reading of information. Viewers were INSPIRED.
Good

The presentation is clear and logical and contains facts as well as very few mistakes. Good, clear presentation, but lacks some creativity or clarity.
Fair

The presentation lacks style and creativity; presents adequate information but in a way that does not INSPIRE the viewer.
Poor

The presentation lacks a clear understanding of the subject matter and has many errors or leaves out vital information.
Presentation

Excellent

The students speak clearly and the audience can tell that the group understands and knows the information. It is evident that the group practiced what would be said/done.
Good

The students speak clearly and present the information expected. Video is adequate.
Fair

There are several confusing moments and the information presented is not completely shared during the presentation. It is obvious the group did not rehearse much prior to taping.
Poor

No preparation was done for the presentation and the information that is presented lacks much of what is expected.
Teamwork

Excellent

The team has worked well together. Responsibilities were shared and disagreements were handled well.
Good

The group worked well as a team overall, and most decisions and responsibilities were shared.
Fair

The team did work together, but had difficulty sharing responsibilities. Disagreements were not resolved and the group argued often.
Poor

The group could not work together and could not share decisions or responsibilities as was expected.



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  • GE208 poster presentation







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