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Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentations Category Organization (15 points) Scoring Criteria The type of presentation is appropriate

for the topic and audience. Information is presented in a logical sequence. Presentation appropriately cites requisite number of references. Introduction is attention-getting, lays out the problem ell, and establishes a frame or! for the rest of the presentation. Technical terms are ell-defined in language appropriate for the target audience. Presentation contains accurate information. $aterial included is rele%ant to the o%erall message&purpose. 'ppropriate amount of material is prepared, and points made reflect ell their relati%e importance. There is an ob%ious conclusion summari(ing the presentation. Spea!er maintains good eye contact ith the audience and is appropriately animated )e.g., gestures, mo%ing around, etc.*. Spea!er uses a clear, audible %oice. +eli%ery is poised, controlled, and smooth. ,ood language s!ills and pronunciation are used. -isual aids are ell prepared, informati%e, effecti%e, and not distracting. .ength of presentation is ithin the assigned time limits. Information as ell communicated. Total Points Total Points 5 5 5 5 5 "# "# "# 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 "# 100 Score

Content (45 points)

Presentation (40 points)

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