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Oral Presentation Rubric
Presenter's Name: _____________________________________ Date: __________
Total Score: _______
Presenter is easy to hear.
Audience is able to hear as a whole, but Presenter is difficult to hear.
there are times when volume is not quite
Rates of speech are appropriate.
Speaker makes eye contact with everyone
and has no nervous habits. Speaker has
Presentation involves audience, allowing
time for audience to think and respond.
Presentation is well organized with a
beginning, middle, and end. There is a
strong organizing theme, with clear main
ideas and transitions.
Visual aids are well done and are used to
make presentation more interesting and
Bresciani and Bowman, 2002
Time is appropriately used, but may run Presentation lacks conclusion and/or
slightly over or under allotted time and/or time is not appropriately used.
information is not tied together or
conclusion is inadequate.
Appropriate length. Clear summary is
provided. Audience is involved in
synthesizing the information.
Details and examples are lacking or not
well chosen for the topic or audience.
Lacks evidence of research.
Visuals are adequate but do not inspire Very little or poor use of visual materials.
engagement with the material.
No handouts provided.
Information is complete and accurate. Clear Research component is less evident
evidence of research.
than in distinguished category or
resources are present but less than
adequate for assignment.
Speaker loses train of thought, does not Presentation shows little organization,
stay with the the proposed outline, or
unclear purpose, and/or unclear
connections are attempted but not made relationships or transitions.
clear for the audience.
Very little eye contact is made with the
audience. It may sound like the speaker
is reading the presentation. Nervous
habits that distract the audience are
Audience is involved but inadequate
Speaker does not involve audience.
processing or response time is provided.
Eye contact may focus on only one
member of the audience or a select few
members. Mildly distracting nervous
habits are present but do not override
Speaker may at times seem like s/he is The rates of speaking are too slow or too
rushing or exaggerating pauses.
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