Topic Presentation: Rubric
Presenter: ___Fine________________________ Assessor__Angel______________________
Loud clear voice
Presenter speaks in a soft voice e.g. whisper. May mumble during presentation. Words / sentences are very unclear and may not be understood by the audience.
Presenter’s voice maybe very clear in some of the presentation, but may revert back to soft / mumbling voice. Not all words / sentences may not be understood by the audience.
Projects voice in most parts, but may mumble, or speak softly in 1-2 sentences / words. Most words are understood by the audience.
Projects voice throughout the performance. Voice is loud and clear. Every word / sentence is understood by the audience.
No eye contact is given to the audience.
The presenter refers to cue cards. The presenter refers to the slide and reads off the slide resulting in some eye contact given to the audience, but not much.
The presenter looks at the audience and gives eye for most of the presentation. Cue cards are referred to for some of the presentation.
Eye contact is given throughout the presentation. The presenter gives eye contact to the audience throughout the entire presentation.
Knowledge of Topic
Information is not known. Presenter freezes on the spot and relies on his / her team to rescue them through their slide / presentation. There are not any cue cards used.
Information is read off the screen. Cue cards are referred to throughout the presentation. There is no extra / expanded information.
Some information off the slides is memorised and is learnt off by heart. Cue cards are occasionally referred to during the presentation. Presenter expands on information by giving a few examples.
Information is memorised and is learnt off by heart. Cue cards are not referred to during the presentation. Presenter expands on information by giving lots of examples.
Font is difficult to read against the background colour. The Font itself is very hard to read. Pictures do not relate to the question/s being asked. There is an imbalance of pictures and writing, e.g. Too many pictures on the entire slide. There are spelling, grammar and typing errors on the slide.
4 or more errors on the
Some of the font is difficult to read against the background colour. Some pictures relate and other pictures don’t to the question asked. There is an imbalance of pictures and writing in some parts of the slide. There are some spelling, grammar and typing errors on the slide. 3 errors on the slide.
The majority of the font is easy to read against background colour. The font is easy to read, but hard to read in some areas of the slide. Most pictures relate to the question being asked. There are a few spelling, grammar and typing errors on slide.
All the font is easy to read against the background colour. Writing is easy to read. Pictures are appropriate the question being asked.
There is an excellent balance of writing and pictures on the slide. There are not any spelling, grammar or typing errors on the slide.
Summarising of information
Information is copied from sources. This is obvious as there is a lot of copying and pasting.
This is throughout the entire presentation.
Some information is copied. This is sh. own through 3-4 slides
Information is difficult to understand as this is not in the child’s language
Most information is put into own words. Only 1-2 slides have copied information. This maybe due to the context of topic and the lack of personal experience.
Information is put in own words. Language is easy to understand.
Sources of information
Uses 1 source of information, e.g. a website
Uses 2 sources of information e.g. 2 websites or 1 website and a book, 2 books used
Uses 3 sources of information which may include books, websites
Uses four or more sources of information which includes websites, books
Referencing of information
Material is not referenced. This is not displayed at the end of the presentation
Some material is referenced, not quite finished
Most material is referenced. This includes websites and books.
Material is referenced, URL’s are included. Book’s and websites are referenced. APA referencing is used.