Take Action Project - Presentation Rubric

Sophomore(s)                                        Presentation Time:                                        Evaluator:

Presentation Skills

Details & Reflection

Organization

5

  • Engaging eye contact
  • Confident body language
  • Consistently clear and coherent
  • Effective rate and volume
  • 7+ min
  • Insightful reflection on take action project requirements (problem, artifacts, success criteria)
  • Extensive elaboration on project requirements
  • Engaging opening
  • Smooth transitions
  • Authentic conclusion about the action taken

4

  • Effective eye contact
  • Appropriate body language
  • Generally clear and coherent
  • Appropriate rate and volume
  • 5 to 7 min
  • Developed reflection on take action project requirements (problem, artifacts, success criteria)
  • Significant elaboration on project requirements
  • Effective opening
  • Generally effective transitions
  • Effective conclusion about the action taken

3

  • Adequate eye contact
  • Acceptable body language
  • Adequate clear and coherent
  • Adequate rate and volume
  • 3 to 5 min
  • Adequate reflection on take action project requirements (problem, artifacts, success criteria)
  • Acceptable elaboration on project requirements
  • Adequate opening
  • Acceptable transitions
  • Acceptable about the action taken

2

  • Occasional eye contact
  • Distracting body language
  • Unclear and incoherent at times
  • Ineffective rate and volume at times
  • 1 to 3 min
  • Limited reflection on take action project requirements (problem, artifacts, success criteria)
  • General elaboration on project requirements
  • Awkward or ineffective opening
  • Awkward or ineffective transitions
  • Awkward or ineffective conclusion about the action taken

1

  • Little or no eye contact
  • Very distracting body language
  • Unclear and incoherent
  • Ineffective rate and volume
  • Less than 1 min
  • Little to no reflection (mostly summary) on take action project requirements (problem, artifacts, success criteria)
  • Minimal elaboration on project requirements
  • Little or no opening
  • Few or no transitions
  • No conclusion about the action taken

Presentation (20%) _____ + Details & Reflection (40%) _____ + Organization (40%)  _____ = Total (100%)  _____

Adapted from Senior Portfolio Rubric from Elizabeth Cyr (Stockbridge Community Schools)