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  1. Volume 2 Month 12 Day 14 – Speech Rubric for CCE

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    Speech Rubric

     

    While preparing for a powerful speech keep following in mind and access students… 

     

    Aspect

    Excellent

    (A)

    Good

    (B)

    Satisfactory

    (C)

    Needs Improvement (D)

    Score

    Introduction

    (1) Gains the attention of the Audience,

    (2) Clearly identifies the topic,

    (3) Establishes credibility,

    (4) Previews the rest of the speech

    Meets any three of the four criteria

    Meets any two of the four criteria

    Meets only one of the four criteria

     

    Preparation

    Completely prepared, has obviously rehearsed the speech

    Prepared, but could use additional rehearsals

    Somewhat prepared, but it seems that the speech was not rehearsed

    Unprepared

     

    Enthusiasm

    Facial expression and body language convey strong enthusiasm and interest

    Facial expression and body language sometimes convey strong enthusiasm and interest

    Facial expression and body language seem contrived

    Apparent disinterest in the topic

     

    Eye Contact

    Eye contact with audience virtually all the time (except for brief glances at notes)

    Eye contact with audience less than 75% of the time

    Eye contact with audience less than 50% of the time

    Little or no eye contact

     

    Use of Language

    Use of language contributes to effectiveness of the speech, and vocalized pauses

    (um uh er etc.)

    not distracting

    Use of language does not have negative impact, and vocalized pauses

    (um uh er etc.)

    not distracting

    Use of language causes potential confusion, and/or vocalized pauses

    (um uh er etc.)

    are distracting

    Use of language is inappropriate

     

    Confidence

    Speaks neither too quickly nor too slowly

    Speaks either slightly too quickly or too slowly

    Speaks either too quickly or too slowly

    Tempo of speech is inappropriate

     

    Clarity

    Speaks clearly and distinctly all the time, no mispronounced words

    Speaks clearly and distinctly nearly all the time, no more than one mispronounced word

    Speaks clearly and distinctly most of the time, no more than one mispronounced word

    Often mumbles or can not be understood, more than one mispronounced word

     

    Topic

    Well focused, creative and appropriate

    Appropriate and reasonably focused

    Topic is appropriate but lacks some focus or strays a bit

    Inappropriate topic

     

    Visual Aids

    Visual aids well chosen and presented

    Minor problems with visual aids

    Significant problems with visual aids

    No visual aids

     

    Conclusion

    (1) Cues the audience that the end of the speech is at hand

    (2) Brings closure

    (3) Memorable

    Cues the audience and brings closure

    Brings closure

    Does not bring closure; the audience is left hanging

     

    Time

    Within allotted time

    Within 10% of allotted time

    Within 20% of allotted time

    Not within 20% of allotted time

     

    Questions

    Able to answer all questions

    Able to answer most questions

    Able to answer some questions

    Unable to answer most questions

     

     

    Vishal Jain

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