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Evaluation

                                                                                              RESEARCH RUBRIC

 

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Information

Gathering

Complete notes on the more than 5 sources as stated in Bibliography

Complete notes on the 5 sources as stated in Bibliography

Incomplete notes on the 5 sources as stated in Bibliography

No notes on the 5 sources as stated in Bibliography

Organization

Always used bulleted phrases, or short sentences to answer each question

Mostly used all bulleted phrases, or short sentences to answer each question

Few bulleted phrases, or short sentences to answer each question

No bulleted phrases, or short sentences to answer each question

Bibliographic

Content

More than five different sources used that includes more than 3 websites and more than 2 books/magazines

Five different sources used that includes 3 websites and 2 books/magazines

Four different sources that includes less than 3 websites or 2 books/magazines

Less than four different sources used that includes websites and books/magazines

Bibliographic Format

All bibliographic entries with the appropriately assigned format without mistake.

All bibliographic entries with the appropriately assigned format with one mistake.

All bibliographic entries with the appropriately assigned format with two mistakes.

All bibliographic entries with the appropriately assigned format with more than

 
                                      PRESENTATION RUBRIC

 

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Organization

Information on slides is presented in a very logical sequence that the audience can fully follow.

Information on slides is presented mostly in a logical sequence that the audience can mostly follow.

Information on slides is presented somewhat in a logical sequence that the audience can somewhat follow.

Information on slides is not presented in a logical sequence that the audience cannot follow.

Subject Knowledge (written)

Bulleted points accurately represent all the most important facts.

Bulleted points accurately represent most of the important facts.

Bulleted points accurately represent some of the most important facts.

Bulleted points do not accurately represent the most important facts.

Subject Knowledge (oral)

Verbal explanation very effectively uses bulleted points to expand leaning.  All audience questions are answered clearly.

Verbal explanation effectively uses bulleted points to expand leaning.  Most audience questions are answered clearly.

Verbal explanation somewhat effectively uses bulleted points to expand leaning.  Some audience questions are answered clearly.

Verbal explanation does not effectively use bulleted points to expand leaning.  No audience questions are answered clearly.

Graphics

More than five appropriate visuals are imported which help explain and reinforce screen text and presentation with bibliographic credit given.

Four to five appropriate visuals are imported which help explain and reinforce screen text and presentation with bibliographic credit given.

Two to three appropriate visuals are imported which help explain and reinforce screen text and presentation without bibliographic credit given.

One or no appropriate visuals are imported which help explain and reinforce screen text and presentation without bibliographic credit given.

Mechanics

All spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar are perfect.

Most spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar are perfect.

Few spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar are perfect.

No spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar are perfect.

Graphics

Student always maintains eye contact with audience, never returning to notes and always uses clear voice with correct precise pronunciation of terms so that all audience members can hear presentation.

Student mostly maintains eye contact with audience, seldom returning to notes and mostly uses clear voice with correct precise pronunciation of terms so that all audience members can hear presentation.

Student rarely maintains eye contact with audience, regularly returns to notes and rarely uses clear voice with correct precise pronunciation of terms so that all audience members can hear presentation.

Student does not maintain eye contact with audience, always returns to notes and never uses clear voice with correct precise pronunciation of terms so that all audience members can hear presentation.

 

 

 



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