Oral Presentations Assignment and Rubric
Each group will present their website project to the rest of the class during the last three weeks of the course.
Presentations will be 15-20 minutes each and each member of the group must present for at least five minutes total.
You may each choose individual pages from your website to discuss or you may all discuss each page. Below is the criteria used to assess your oral presentation skills:
|Eye Contact||Student maintains consistent eye contact with audience||Student mostly maintains eye contact with audience||Student mostly fails to maintain eye contact with audience|
|Posture||Student’s posture demonstrates confidence and engagement||Student’s posture somewhat demonstrates confidence and engagement||Student’s posture may distract from the presentation and suggests lack of confidence and/or engagement|
|Clarity||Entire presentation is clear; language used is appropriate for audience||Presentation is mostly clear; language is mostly appropriate for audience||Presentation is largely unclear; language is mostly inappropriate for audience|
|Fluency||Volume, rate, and inflection demonstrate engagement and confidence||Presenter may speak too quickly or slowly at times; speaker may speak too softly or loudly at times||Presenter is often difficult to hear or speaks too quickly or slowly for effective delivery|
|Organization of Content||Main idea is identified quickly; clear transitions are used between topics; organization is strategic and effective||Main idea is identified; some transitions are used between topics; organization is effective||Main idea may be unclear or difficult to discern from subtopics; order of subtopics is ineffective|
|Authority||Speaker demonstrates thorough knowledge of topic||Speaker demonstrates knowledge of topic but may depend too much on notecards at times||Speaker does not demonstrate authoritative knowledge on the topic; speaker may read from the slides/web pages|
|Use of Multimedia||Multimedia images are directly relevant to the overall content, and provide support for the presentation||Multimedia is related to the topic, mostly enhances the presentation, mostly provides support||Multimedia seems unrelated to the topic and/or does not enhance the presentation|