Oral Presentation Rubric
   4
Advanced
 3
Proficiency
 2 Approaching Proficiency
 1 Conditional
Presentation Student speaks clearly all of the time, volume is appropriate, stays on topic 100% of the time, establishes and maintains good posture, uses vocabulary that is appropriate for the audience. Student speaks clearly most of the time, volume is appropriate most of the time, generally stays on topic, maintains eye contact and good posture for majority of presentation, usually uses vocabulary appropriate for audience. Student speaks clearly some of the time, strays from topic, has limited eye contact with audience, posture is sometimes poor, volume is not consistent, vocabulary is poor. Student often mumbles and/or cannot be understood, hard to tell what topic is, slouches and does not make eye contact, makes major grammatical and pronunciation mistakes.
Comprehension Student is able to accurately answer all questions posed by classmates about the topic.

Student is able to accurately answer most questions posed by classmates about the topic.

Student is able to accurately answer few of the questions posed by classmates about the topic. Student is unable to accurately answer questions posed by classmates about the topic.
Preparedness
Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed. Student is generally prepared but needed more rehearsal.

The student is somewhat prepared, but lacks rehearsal.

Student does not seem at all prepared to present.
Content Student shows a full understanding of the topic. Student shows a general understanding of the topic. Student shows some understanding of parts of the topic, but does not demonstrate a clear understanding of the complete topic. Student does not seem to understand the topic very well at all.
Listens to Other Presentations Student listens intently as classmates are presenting and does not make distracting noises or movements. Student asks questions. Student listens intently, but may make one distracting noise or movement. Student asks a question. Student sometimes does not appear to be listening, has head down on desk, is not distracting, and does not attempt to ask any questions. Student sometimes does not appear to be listening and makes distracting noises or movements. Does not try to ask any questions.

Props (if applicable)

Student poster(s), PowerPoint slides, costumes, or other props show considerable work/creativity which enhance the quality of the presentation. Student poster(s), PowerPoint slides, costumes, or other props show some work/creativity, but do not go above and beyond what is asked. Student poster(s), PowerPoint slides, costumes, or other props are present, but did not completely follow what was assigned.

 

Student poster(s), PowerPoint slides, costumes, or other props are not used as assigned or distract from the presentation.