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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Manila

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

RUBRIC FOR EFFECTIVE ORAL COMMUNICATION

Student Outcome g: an ability for effective verbal and non-verbal communication.

Name of Student: ______________________________________________ Program: _______________


Course: _____________________ Section: ______________ _____ Sem/SY __________

Performance Not attained Attaining Attained


Score
Indicators 1 2 3
1. Comprehensibility Delivers an Delivers excessive or Delivers enough detail
inappropriately short or insufficient details and and content within
excessively long content for the time prescribed time frame
presentation that leads allotted
not to the intended
details and content
2. Eye Contact Holds no eye contact Makes minimal eye Uses direct eye contact
with the audience contact with the with the audience
audience
3. Volume Speaks in low volume Speaks in uneven Speaks clearly in
volume. satisfactory volume
4. Confidence Tension is obvious and Displays tension with Displays relaxed nature
gets distracted by own some distracting nervous with no sign of
nervous habits (e.g. habits (e.g. um, ah, etc.) nervousness.
stuttering, uneasiness,
etc.)
5. Use of English Does not use the English Uses the English Uses the English
language language language with errors language throughout the
presentation
6. Professionalism Appears in Is in appearance too Is in professional
unprofessional manner casual for the appearance
circumstance
7. Visual Aids Uses poor visual aids Uses visual aids with low Uses visual aids
which leads to confusion visibility and minor errors effectively
on topic discussed
8. Attentiveness Does not listen to Misunderstands the Listens carefully and
questions and does not questions and answers responds to questions
give appropriate inappropriately at times appropriately
answers
9. Mastery Is unable to explain point Is having hard time Explains and interprets
to the audience explaining to the result for various
audience audience and purposes
Total Score
Percentage Rating = (Total Score / 27) x 100%

Assessed by:

Printed Name and Signature of Faculty Member Date