|Science Presentation Evaluation Rubric assignment # __________|
|This analytic rubric is used to verify specific tasks performed during a student presentation. If the task has been completed, all points are awarded. No points are awarded if the task is not complete.|
|The type of presentation is appropriate for the topic and audience.||5|
|Information is presented in a logical sequence.||5|
|Presentation appropriately cites at least two references.||5|
|Introduction is attention-getting and establishes the speaker's credibility.||5||Scientific terms are appropriate for the target audience.||10|
|Presentation containes scientifically accurate material.||10|
|There is an obvious conclusion summarizing the presentation.||10|
Oral or Other
|Oral - Speaker maintains good eye contact with the audience.
Other - Presentation is eye-catching.
|Oral - Speaker uses a clear voice, easily heard at the back of the room.
Other - Presentation is easily viewed from a distance.
|Oral - Speaker uses proper posture at all times.
Other - Presentation is artistically pleasing without being distracting.
|Oral - Good language skills and pronunciation are used.
Other - Good writing skills and punctuation are used.
|Oral - At least one well prepared visual aid is used for support.
Other - Presentation identifies the author and date prepared.
|Presentation shows obvious preparation and a practiced delivery.||10|
|Length of the presentation is within the assigned time requirement.||5|
|Self-evaluation||Students are expected to honestly evaluate their own work. If the difference between the student evaluation and the teacher evaluation is more than 10 points, 5 points will be deducted from the teacher's score when the grade is recorded.|
|Deadline||All assignments are expected to be completed by the assigned deadline. Presentations may be made for 2 class days after the deadline for 3/4 credit. No credit will be given after this time.|