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Speech Delivery 
Rubric Code: L77877
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Subject: English  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

BORING

2 pts

Fair

Alright

3 pts

Good

Enjoyable

4 pts

Excellent

Entertaining

5 pts

Eye Contact

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Poor

Student reads their speech and never looks at the audience or hides behind their speech.
Fair

Student looks up from their speech a few times, generally making contact with only one area of the room.
Good

The student makes eye contact with all sides of the room and looks up repeatedly.
Excellent

The student uses eye contact to communicate a clearer message by looking at audience members directly to highlight a point.
Voice volume and clarity

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Poor

It is difficult the audience to make out important details because the speaker speaks to quietly or mumbles.
Fair

Once or twice, the audience cannot understand an insignificant detail because the speaker speaks too quietly or mumbles.
Good

The audience can always hear the speaker clearly.
Excellent

The speaker uses the volume of his or her voice to emphasize points and to add meaning to the presentation.
Pace

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Poor

The speaker's pace makes it difficult to understand the speech because it is too fast.
Fair

The speaker maintains a good pace that may be a tad too slow or too fast, but may not vary understandable to the audience.
Good

The pace of the speech is easy to follow, but may not vary.
Excellent

The speaker varies the pace in order to emphasize points and add meaning.
Poise

Poor

The speaker seems unprepared and unpracticed because he or she stumbles over many words, cannot read the words, or has a conversation with him or herself in front of the class.
Fair

The student makes pronunciation errors or become befuddled at one point. May use words like "um" or "like."
Good

While the student may stumble, he or she continues on in a professional manner.
Excellent

Due to practice and familiarity with the speech, the speaker makes only the smallestnof errors like an uneccesary hesitation.
Body Language

Poor

The speaker's gestures are distracting. The speaker looks depressed or apathetic.
Fair

The speaker's appearance may lack formality because he or she is fidgeting, not standing up straight, or seems insecure.
Good

The speaker's appearance is professional in dress, stance, and gestures.
Excellent

The speaker's appearance is professional in dress, stance, and gestures. The student uses their body to emphasize points or add meaning.
Voice Intonation

Poor

The speech is delivered in a monotone or apathetic voice.
Fair

The speaker sounds uninterested in what he or she is presenting.
Good

The speech is delivered with enthusiasm.
Excellent

The speech is delivered with enthusiasm and the speaker uses intonation in order to emphasize points and add meaning.




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