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College of Science
Oral Presentation Rubric
Purdue University
First
Student:
Course/Context:
Presentation
Final
Evaluator:
Date:
Presentation
-----------------------------------------------------------------Level------------------------------------------------------------------
C
1
riteria
Beginning
Developing
Proficient
Mastery
1
2
3
4
A. Content
Topic lacks relevance or focus;
Topic would benefit from more focus;
Topic is adequately focused and relevant;
Topic is tightly focused and relevant;
presentation contains multiple fact
presentation contains some fact errors
major facts are accurate and generally
presentation contains accurate
Importance of topic, relevance, accuracy
errors
or omissions
complete
information with no fact errors
of facts, overall treatment of topic
B. Organization/Clarity
Ideas are not presented in proper
Some ideas not presented in proper
Most ideas are in logical order with
Ideas are presented in logical order with
order; transition are lacking between
order; transitions are needed between
adequate transitions between most major
effective transitions between major
Appropriate introduction, body, and
major ideas; several parts of
some ideas; some parts of presentation
ideas; presentation is generally clear and
ideas; presentation is clear and concise
conclusions; logical ordering of ideas;
presentation are wordy or unclear
may be wordy or unclear
understandable
transitions between major points
C. Completeness
Presentation does not provide
Additional depth needed in places;
Presentation provides adequate depth; few
Presentation provides good depth and
adequate depth; key details are
important information omitted or not
needed details are omitted; major ideas
detail; ideas well developed; facts have
Level of detail, depth, appropriate length,
omitted or undeveloped; presentation
fully developed; presentation is too
adequately developed; presentation is
adequate background; presentation is
adequate background of information
is too short or too long
short or too long
within specified length
within specified length
D. Grammar/Mechanics
Presentation contains several major
Presentation may contain some
Presentation has no serious grammar
Presentation contains no grammar
grammar/usage errors; sentences
grammar or sentence errors; sentences
errors; sentences are mostly jargon-free,
errors; sentences are free of jargon,
Correct grammar and usage that is
are long, incomplete or contain
may contain jargon or are too long or
complete and understandable
complete and easy to understand
appropriate for audience(s)
excessive jargon
hard to follow
E. Documentation
Little or no message support
Some message support provided by
Adequate message support provided for key
Effective message support provided in
provided for major ideas; visual aids
facts and visual aids; sourcing may be
concepts by facts and visual aids; sourcing
the form of facts and visual aids;
Proper support and sourcing for major
are missing or inadequate; little or no
outdated or thin, visual aids need work
is generally adequate and current
sourcing is current and supports major
ideas, inclusion of visual aids that support
sourcing provided
ideas
message
F. Delivery
Low volume or energy; pace too slow
More volume/energy needed at times;
Adequate volume and energy; generally
Good volume and energy; proper pace
or fast; poor diction; distracting
pace too slow or fast; some distracting
good pace and diction; few or no distracting
and diction; avoidance of distracting
Adequate volume, appropriate pace,
gestures or posture; unprofessional
gestures or posture; adequate
gestures; professional appearance; visual
gestures; professional appearance;
diction, personal appearance,
appearance; visual aids poorly used
appearance; visual aids could be
aids used adequately
visual aids used effectively
enthusiasm/energy, posture, effective use
improved
of visual aids
G. Interactions
Little or no eye contact with
Additional eye contact needed at times;
Fairly good eye contact with audience;
Good eye contact with audience;
audience; poor listening skills;
better listening skills needed; some
displays ability to listen; provides adequate
excellent listening skills; answers
Adequate eye contact with audience,
uneasiness or inability to answer
difficulty answering audience questions
answers to audience questions
audience questions with authority and
ability to listen and/or answer questions
audience questions
accuracy
Evaluation standards may be based on disciplinary frameworks and defined at program level.
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Print Form
College of Science
Oral Presentation Rubric
Purdue University
First
Student:
Course/Context:
Presentation
Final
Evaluator:
Date:
Presentation
-----------------------------------------------------------------Level------------------------------------------------------------------
C
1
riteria
Beginning
Developing
Proficient
Mastery
1
2
3
4
A. Content
Topic lacks relevance or focus;
Topic would benefit from more focus;
Topic is adequately focused and relevant;
Topic is tightly focused and relevant;
presentation contains multiple fact
presentation contains some fact errors
major facts are accurate and generally
presentation contains accurate
Importance of topic, relevance, accuracy
errors
or omissions
complete
information with no fact errors
of facts, overall treatment of topic
B. Organization/Clarity
Ideas are not presented in proper
Some ideas not presented in proper
Most ideas are in logical order with
Ideas are presented in logical order with
order; transition are lacking between
order; transitions are needed between
adequate transitions between most major
effective transitions between major
Appropriate introduction, body, and
major ideas; several parts of
some ideas; some parts of presentation
ideas; presentation is generally clear and
ideas; presentation is clear and concise
conclusions; logical ordering of ideas;
presentation are wordy or unclear
may be wordy or unclear
understandable
transitions between major points
C. Completeness
Presentation does not provide
Additional depth needed in places;
Presentation provides adequate depth; few
Presentation provides good depth and
adequate depth; key details are
important information omitted or not
needed details are omitted; major ideas
detail; ideas well developed; facts have
Level of detail, depth, appropriate length,
omitted or undeveloped; presentation
fully developed; presentation is too
adequately developed; presentation is
adequate background; presentation is
adequate background of information
is too short or too long
short or too long
within specified length
within specified length
D. Grammar/Mechanics
Presentation contains several major
Presentation may contain some
Presentation has no serious grammar
Presentation contains no grammar
grammar/usage errors; sentences
grammar or sentence errors; sentences
errors; sentences are mostly jargon-free,
errors; sentences are free of jargon,
Correct grammar and usage that is
are long, incomplete or contain
may contain jargon or are too long or
complete and understandable
complete and easy to understand
appropriate for audience(s)
excessive jargon
hard to follow
E. Documentation
Little or no message support
Some message support provided by
Adequate message support provided for key
Effective message support provided in
provided for major ideas; visual aids
facts and visual aids; sourcing may be
concepts by facts and visual aids; sourcing
the form of facts and visual aids;
Proper support and sourcing for major
are missing or inadequate; little or no
outdated or thin, visual aids need work
is generally adequate and current
sourcing is current and supports major
ideas, inclusion of visual aids that support
sourcing provided
ideas
message
F. Delivery
Low volume or energy; pace too slow
More volume/energy needed at times;
Adequate volume and energy; generally
Good volume and energy; proper pace
or fast; poor diction; distracting
pace too slow or fast; some distracting
good pace and diction; few or no distracting
and diction; avoidance of distracting
Adequate volume, appropriate pace,
gestures or posture; unprofessional
gestures or posture; adequate
gestures; professional appearance; visual
gestures; professional appearance;
diction, personal appearance,
appearance; visual aids poorly used
appearance; visual aids could be
aids used adequately
visual aids used effectively
enthusiasm/energy, posture, effective use
improved
of visual aids
G. Interactions
Little or no eye contact with
Additional eye contact needed at times;
Fairly good eye contact with audience;
Good eye contact with audience;
audience; poor listening skills;
better listening skills needed; some
displays ability to listen; provides adequate
excellent listening skills; answers
Adequate eye contact with audience,
uneasiness or inability to answer
difficulty answering audience questions
answers to audience questions
audience questions with authority and
ability to listen and/or answer questions
audience questions
accuracy
Evaluation standards may be based on disciplinary frameworks and defined at program level.
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