Power Point Presentation Rubric

Criteria

F

0-5

D

6 pts

C

7 pts

B

8 pts

A /A+

9-10 pts

GENERAL Student fulfills assignment of introducing topic to class. Audience gains a full introductory understanding of the topic. The report is engaging and has clear topic. In other words: the audience has learned something and is interested!

 X2

 X2

 X2

 X2

 X2

FLUIDITY & SPEECH  Student is well-prepared and well-rehearsed.  The student knows his/her stuff. There is no reading from the PowerPoint or paper; the student appears quite natural in his/her knowledge. Student demonstrates a clear understanding of subject.  The student varies the volume and pace of speech; there is no mumbling, and everyone in the room can hear. The presentation is not monotonous.  Student selected appropriate vocabulary.

 

 

 

 

 

MEDIUM AS AID Student uses Power Point as aid to presentation and has not relied on reading the presentation verbatim. The student knows his/her subject and is comfortable relaying the information. The student’s PP includes simplified information (i.e., in bullet form) vs. entire paragraphs. Student relies on his/her speech to “fill in the blanks.” In other words, main ideas are included in presentation and minor (but important) information is included orally.  Graphics help clarify understanding/appreciation for the subject. Student uses media to enhance subject. The presentation contains at least ten graphics, most of which do not rely heavily on ClipArt. Graphics and animations have been used to attract and maintain audience’s attention as well as enhance subject matter. Graphics and animation are chosen logically to support topic. In other words, there is a CLEAR purpose for each graphic. Graphics are also varied and appropriate.

X2

X2

X2

X2

X2

ORGANIZATION Ideas are effectively presented using sensible organization. Audience is able to follow the sequence of ideas because they flow into one another logically. LENGTH Student’s slideshow has logically ordered content slides (which include an introductory and conclusion slide) + a title slide + bibliography.

 

 

 

 

 

CITING The student has cited all images and provided a bibliography at the end of the presentation that follows the proper MLA format: IMAGES: Description or title of image. [Online Image] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.

WEBSITES: Author. Title of item. [Online] Available http://address/filename, date of document or download.

 

 

 

 

 

PREPLANNING Presentation shows clear evidence of preplanning and research. It is evident that a lot of time and effort went into the creation of this presentation. The content is thorough, the text is error free and the student is dynamic in his/her presentation.

X2

X2

X2

X2

X2

HANDOUTS  Student has provided a one page handout for each member of the class. The handouts are of high quality (not a paper waste). They could be used to study for a test on the subject if needed. The handout provides insight on the subject, aids the presentation by filling in the blanks. The student refers to the handout during the presentation to enhance or clarify points.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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