Group Lesson Rubric ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† GROUP NAMES:

 

Criteria

F (0-5 pts)

Missing, incomplete, little or no effort, incorrect

D (6 pts)

Needs a lot of improvement, little effort demonstrated

C/C+(7 pts)

Satisfactory, more effort could have been made

B/B+(8 pts)

Good, solid lesson; covers the essentials well, lots of effort

A (9 pts) /A+ (10 pts)

Superior job, effort is obvious, engaging/interesting

GENERAL OVERVIEW Students fulfill assignment of teaching the chapter(s) to class. Audience understands the major points of the chapter(s), themes, and developments. The presentation is engaging and has a clear objective. In other words: the audience has learned something and is interested!

 

 

 

PRESENTATION CONTENT Provides detailed and excellent information to clearly explicate the chapter(s). Students are well-prepared and well-rehearsed; the students know their stuff. There is no reading from the PowerPoint or paper; the students appear quite natural in their knowledge. Students demonstrate a clear understanding of the chapter and themes.It is evident that the students studied their material and have worked to their best ability to present this knowledge to benefit their peers. Provides accurate and thorough information about the chapter(s)/novel. They are excellent teachers!

 

X 3

X3

X3

X3

X3

DELIVERY The students vary the volume and pace of speech; there is no mumbling, and everyone in the room can hear. The presentation is not monotonous.Students selected appropriate vocabulary. Speech is very engaging and dynamic and easily attracts and maintains the audienceís attention. There are no side conversations or eyes glazing around the room. The presentation does not exceed 15 minutes, but itís so good we want it to continue.

X2

X2

X2

X2

X2

TEACHING METHODS The students chose appropriate methods to instruct the class (PowerPoint, lecture, questioning, handouts, visuals, notes, etc.). The methods are clear and the lesson design has followed the essentials for teaching the chapter.

 

 

 

 

 

ORGANIZATION Ideas are effectively presented using sensible organization. Audience is able to follow the sequence of ideas because they flow into one another logically

 

 

 

 

 

PREPLANNING/PROCESS/GROUP WORK During the preparation time, all the group members were actively involved in the lesson design. The lesson shows clear evidence of preplanning and research. It is evident that a lot of time and effort went into the creation of this lesson. Students were on-task and prepared throughout the process.

X2

X2

X2

X2

X2

EXTRA CREDIT: GOING THE EXTRA MILE Students have provided extras to enhance their lesson, going above and beyond the assignmentís expectations. [For instance, a cheat sheet, one page handout for each member of the class. Or, creative group work. Or found multi-media enhancers. Etc.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

GROUP GRADE: __________________________/100

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