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Unformatted Document Text:  APPENDIX 2.C FHSU Department of Political Science Basic Departmental Grading Rubric for Oral Presentations *Faculty may adapt, adding or removing characteristics and/or re-weighting components, as appropriate for individual assignments. Student’s Name:___________________________________________ Date:_______________ Assignment: ______________________________________________ Course: _________________________ Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Speaking Skills/Voice and Pacing)Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice = 1 Apprentice = 2 Proficient = 3 Distinguished = 4 Points/Comment s Wholly lacking. Inaudible or too loud; too slow/fast; uninterested and used monotone; incorrectly pronounces terms Some mumbling; uneven rate; little or no expression; student incorrectly pronounces words Clear articulation but not as polished; pronounces words correctly Poised, clear articulation; proper volume; steady rate; good posture/eye contact; enthusiasm; confidence; precise pronunciation Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Eye Contact)Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice = 1 Apprentice = 2 Proficient = 3 Distinguished = 4 Points/Comment s Student reads all of report with no eye contact Student occasionally uses eye contact, but still reads most of report Maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently turns to notes Student maintains eye contact with audience, seldom returning to notes Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Body Language)Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice = 1 Apprentice = 2 Proficient = 3 Distinguished = 4 Points/Comments No movement or descriptive gestures Very little movement or descriptive gestures Made movements or gestures that enhanced articulation Movements seemed fluid and helped the audience visualize Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Poise)Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice = 1 Apprentice = 2 Proficient = 3 Distinguished = 4 Points/Comments Tension and nervousness is obvious; has trouble recovering from mistakes Displays mild tension; has trouble recovering from mistakes Makes minor mistakes, but quickly recovers from them; displays little or no tension Student displays relaxed, self- confident nature about self, with no mistakes Effective Communication (Use of Electronic Media)Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice Apprentice Proficient Distinguished Points/Comments Layout is cluttered, Some structure, but appears Uses horizontal/vertical Layout is visually pleasing; graphics, Mills and Bennett (FHSU) Page 22 February 2008

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APPENDIX 2.C
FHSU Department of Political Science
Basic Departmental Grading Rubric for Oral Presentations
*Faculty may adapt, adding or removing characteristics and/or re-weighting components, as appropriate for individual assignments.
Student’s Name:___________________________________________
Date:_______________
Assignment: ______________________________________________
Course: _________________________
Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Speaking Skills/Voice and Pacing)
Unsatisfactory =
0
Novice = 1
Apprentice = 2
Proficient = 3
Distinguished = 4
Points/Comment
s
Wholly lacking.
Inaudible or too
loud; too
slow/fast;
uninterested and
used monotone;
incorrectly
pronounces terms
Some mumbling;
uneven rate; little
or no expression;
student incorrectly
pronounces words
Clear articulation
but not as
polished;
pronounces words
correctly
Poised, clear
articulation; proper
volume; steady
rate; good
posture/eye contact;
enthusiasm;
confidence; precise
pronunciation
Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Eye Contact)
Unsatisfactory = 0 Novice = 1
Apprentice = 2
Proficient = 3
Distinguished = 4
Points/Comment
s
Student reads all
of report with no
eye contact
Student
occasionally uses
eye contact, but still
reads most of
report
Maintains eye
contact most of the
time but frequently
turns to notes
Student maintains
eye contact with
audience, seldom
returning to notes
Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Body Language)
Unsatisfactory =
0
Novice = 1
Apprentice = 2
Proficient = 3
Distinguished = 4
Points/Comment
s
No movement or
descriptive
gestures
Very little
movement or
descriptive
gestures
Made movements
or gestures that
enhanced
articulation
Movements seemed
fluid and helped the
audience visualize
Effective Communication (Communicate Orally: Poise)
Unsatisfactory =
0
Novice = 1
Apprentice = 2
Proficient = 3
Distinguished = 4
Points/Comment
s
Tension and
nervousness is
obvious; has
trouble recovering
from mistakes
Displays mild
tension; has
trouble recovering
from mistakes
Makes minor
mistakes, but
quickly recovers
from them;
displays little or no
tension
Student displays
relaxed, self-
confident nature
about self, with no
mistakes
Effective Communication (Use of Electronic Media)
Unsatisfactory =
0
Novice
Apprentice
Proficient
Distinguished
Points/Comment
s
Layout is
cluttered,
Some structure,
but appears
Uses
horizontal/vertical
Layout is visually
pleasing; graphics,
Mills and Bennett (FHSU)
Page 22
February 2008


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