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Dream College PowerPoint Presentation 
This rubric explains the expectations for the college PowerPoint presentation.
Rubric Code: X23X32X
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Subject: Education  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Exceeded Expectations

10 pts

Followed Directions

8 pts

Emerging Effort

6 pts

Little Effort

4 pts

Title Slide

Exceeded Expectations

Title Slide lists your name, presentation title.
Followed Directions

Title Slide lists most of the required elements.
Emerging Effort

Title Slide lists some of the required elements.
Little Effort

Title slide is missing most required elements.
In-State Slides

Exceeded Expectations

5 required slides covering the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
Topic is discussed clearly and adequate points are made.
Followed Directions

Missing one of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
Topic is shared and points are made.
Emerging Effort

Missing two of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
School is shown in slides.
Little Effort

Missing three or more of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
School is shown in slides.
Out of State Slides

Exceeded Expectations

5 required slides covering the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
Topic is discussed clearly and adequate points are made.
Followed Directions

Missing one of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
Topic is shared and points are made.
Emerging Effort

Missing two of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
School is shown in slides.
Little Effort

Missing three or more of the following topics:
-Basic Information
-Acceptance Rate
-Admissions
-Tuition & Financial Aid
-Points of Pride
<BR>
Topic is discussed clearly and adequate points are made.
Conclusion Slide

Exceeded Expectations

Student can clearly explain in detail which school they prefer and why they have chosen that school by expanding on the offerings they found appealing.
Followed Directions

Student can explain which school they prefer and why they have chosen that school.
Emerging Effort

Student has picked a school of preference with little reason to support their selection.
Little Effort

Student did not pick a preferred school of choice.
Powerpoint:Graphics

Exceeded Expectations

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. Graphics and effects are used throughout to enhance presentation.
Followed Directions

Slides are attractive. Text is legible. No grammatical errors. More than half of the slides use graphics and effects to enhance presentation.
Emerging Effort

Slides are legible. Amount of text is too great for the amount of space provided. Some grammatical errors. Less than half the slides have graphics or effects.
Little Effort

The slides are not legible. The amount of text is too great for the space provided. There are several grammatical errors. There is little use of graphics or effects.
Presentation

Exceeded Expectations

The presentation is well coordinated. All material is presented using language that is original. It does not appear written down. Student varies from slides; does not simply read from slide
Followed Directions

The presentation is well coordinated. Most material is presented in new form and not as it is written on the screen or page.
Emerging Effort

The presenter make minimal eye contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen or page.
Little Effort

The presenter make no contact with the audience. Everything is read directly from the screen of page.
Knowledge

Exceeded Expectations

Speaker is well informed and elaborates beyond the displayed material.
Followed Directions

Speaker is well informed and elaborates a bit beyond the material displayed.
Emerging Effort

Speaker brings little knowledge to the presentation beyond what is displayed
Little Effort

Speaker simply reads the material displayed.
Speaking Skills

Exceeded Expectations

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice and does not read from sheets
Followed Directions

Speaker presents in a loud and clear voice but constantly turns to the screen
Emerging Effort

Speakers presents in a voice that is sometimes clear but constantly refers to the presentation
Little Effort

Speaker does not present in a loud or clear voice and reads simply from the presentation
College Pennant

Exceeded Expectations

Student took their time placing creative effort to create a college pennant to represent their preferred school of choice.
Followed Directions

Student created a college pennant to represent their preferred school of choice.
Emerging Effort

Student used little effort to create a college pennant to represent their preferred school of choice.
Little Effort

Pennant is missing or little to no effort was put into making college pennant.
Classroom Time

Exceeded Expectations

Student spent all given time working on project in class.
Followed Directions

Student spend adequate time working on project in class.
Emerging Effort

Student used most of class time working on project.
Little Effort

Student did not utilize time wisely on project in class.



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