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  1. Volume 2 Month 12 Day 20- Evaluation of Speech and Writing

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    Evaluating students’ skills of writing and speech is a complex job of a teacher. Evaluating the speech and writing skill of a number of students often leads to confusion in the mind of teacher and she/he finds it difficult to decide the parameters on which students’ speech and writing skills have to be evaluated.

    Here is a rubric to evaluate a selected piece of students’ writing or a One Minute Speech presentation. This Evaluation form should be arranged for each student whose writing or speech skill has to be evaluated. Using a felt-tip marker, color or dab boxes that best reflect student achievement for the writing or speech presentation.

     

    Evaluation of Writing

    Use this form to evaluate selected piece of student writing

    Name of Student: ____________________

    Topic: ____________________________

    CONTENT

     

    ·         Clear main idea?

    ·         Stays on topic?

    ·         Interesting, original, thoughtful content?

    ·         Supporting detail?

    ·         Does writing make sense?

    ORGANIZATION

     

    ·         Effective introduction and conclusion?

    ·         Evidence of plan, and sequencing?

    ·         Linking words used?

    ·         Paragraphs used?

    CONVENTIONS

     

    ·         Spelling

    ·         Punctuation

    ·         Grammar

    ·         Errors interfere with understanding?

    ·         Revision and correction needed?

    VOICE

     

    ·         Text captures reader’s attention?

    ·         Is text sincere and convincing?

    ·         Does the reader get emotionally involved?

    USE OF LANGUAGE

    ·         Chosen words descriptive, imaginative, effective?

    ·         Variety of words used?

    ·         Literary devices used?

     

    Final Marks

     

    Comment:

    Evaluation of Speech

    Use this rubric to evaluate the One Minute Speech presentation.

    Name of Student: _________________________

    Topic: __________________________________

    CATEGORY

    Level 1

    Level 2

    Level 3

    Level 4

    Preparation

    No evidence of any kind of preparation. Planning sheet not used.

    Some evidence of preparation. Planning sheet not used effectively

    Adequate preparation was shown, planning sheet used

    Thorough preparation was shown, planning sheet used

    Content

    Presented material does not related to the topic

    Some presented material is related to the topic

    Most presented material is related to the topic

    All material is related to the topic with unique insight

    Language

    Presentation language is unclear and hard to understand

    Some of the used language is unclear and hard to understand

    Most language used is clear, easy to follow and understand

    Language is used creatively, words varied and easy to follow

    Organization

    Disorganized, lacks preparation

    Somewhat organized and prepared

    Well organized and prepared

    Very well organized and prepared, logical, interesting, and lively

    Delivery Voice

    Words are unclear, difficult understand, delivered too fast or too slow

    Voice is soft, words are difficult to follow and understand, delivery speed somewhat adequate

    Voice is clear, words are easy to understand, delivery speed good

    Voice clarity, quality, pitch, strength and word speed are excellent

    Audience

    Audience is not interested or involved, inattentive

    Audience was somewhat interested, involved and attentive

    Audience was interested, involved and attentive

    Audience was clearly interested, attentive and involved

    Final Mark

     

    Comment

     

    Comment

  2. Volume 2 Month 9 Day 13 – Job Description – Librarian

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    MASSACHUSETTS REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEMS JOB DESCRIPTION COLLECTION   Adult Services and Reference Staff:     Berkshire Athenaeum (Pittsfield pop. 48,622)                  Senior Assistant         Senior Supervisor – Reference Services Supervisor         Supervisor / Specialist I         Supervisor / Specialist II     Groton (pop. 7,511)                     Reference Librarian... Comment

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