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Presentation - Grading Rubric


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Criteria Excellent Very Good Good Poor

Preparation You clearly put You demonstrated very Your work showed Your work appeared to
exceptional effort into good preparation and some evidence of have been done at the
preparation and design. preparation. last minute.

Visual aids Your visual aids added Your visual aids were Visual aids were used, Visual aids were
greatly to the clear and helpful. but were very wordy or not particularly helpful
presentation. could have been more or were not used.

Organization Your presentation was Your work had a clear Your presentation was The work was poorly
exceptionally logical introduction, body and generally organized, organized or ideas
and superbly conclusion. but lacked some clarity. were presented
organized. randomly

Articulation Excellent and clear Explained ideas well. Ideas were stated, but Ideas were difficult to
verbal articulation of lacked some clarity. understand.
major and minor points.

Use of Abstract ideas were Most abstract ideas Some examples were Examples either were
examples fully supported with were supported with used. not used or were not
clear examples that examples. helpful.
others understood.

Precision Your presentation was Your presentation Your presentation Your presentation
laser-focused on the covered all the main covered the topic, but strayed from the main
assigned topic. points of the topic. occasionally took topic significantly.

Time Your showed Finished within the You went over the time You seemed unaware
management exceptional time allotted time. limit a little. of the time or how to
management skills. manage it.

Overall Outstanding overall Covered all the main Could have put in more Generally sloppy. Weak
quality quality. A powerful and points and was effort during the presentation skills. You
memorable generally well- preparation and design have the ability to do
presentation. delivered. stages to increase much better.
overall quality.

This grading rubric was developed by Dr. Sarah Elaine Eaton. This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons license. You may use it or change it, but you may not sell it or use it for
commercial purposes. Please credit the author for her work by mentioning her name as the original
For more resources check out the website http://www.eatonintl.com or the blog http://drsaraheaton.wordpress.com.