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Oral Presentation Project Rubric

 

 

 

The following "Oral Presentation Project Rubric" is just a suggestion. You may change it to suit your class and needs.  Feel free to change whatever you feel necessary for your own project work. If you are unsure, use the form at the bottom of the page to contact your teacher.

 

 

Group Performance

 

Topic

Content

Length

Accuracy

Creativity

5

5

5

5

5

5

 

Participation of all the members of the group. Tasks were divided equally.

Well prepared. Everyone knows their part.

 

Group members show expertise on the subject and can answer questions on it.

 

 

Content is informative and interesting. The topic question is stated and conclusions are given.

 

10 minutes

 

Each member of the group speaks fluently and makes very few mistakes in grammar. Uses difficult words correctly.

 

Use of visuals, or other aids. Shows originality.

3-4

3-4

3-4

3-4

3-4

3-4

 

Tasks are not divided equally.

Not well prepared.

Not everyone knows their part.

 

Group members show some expertise.

 

Content is quite informative and interesting. The topic question is stated but no conclusion is given.

 

 

6 -8 minutes

 

Some of the speakers make many mistakes but speak fluently.

 

Some use of aids. Some evidence of originality.

1-2

1-2

1-2

1-2

1-2

1-2

 

No cooperation. Only 1 or 2 members participated.Members don't know their parts.

 

Group members cannot answer all of the questions on the

subject.

 

Content is not informative and topic question is not stated. No conclusion is made.

 

 

Less than 5 minutes

 

Many grammar mistakes and lack of fluency by some of the members of the group.

 

No aids used.

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