"Informative Speech Evaluation Form"

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Informative Speech Evaluation Form
Name:
Date:
Topic:
Grade:
General
Did the speaker seem committed to the topic?
Did the speech fulfill the specifics of the assignment?
Was the speech adapted to fit the audience?
Did the speech promote identification among topic, audience, and speaker?
Was the purpose of the speech clear?
Was the topic handled with imagination and freshness?
Did the speech meet high ethical standards?
Substance
Was the topic worthwhile?
Had the speaker done sufficient research?
Were the main ideas supported with reliable information?
Was testimony used appropriately?
Were sources documented properly?
Were examples and narratives used effectively?
Structure
Did the introduction arouse interest?
Did the introduction adequately preview the message?
Was the speech easy to follow?
Could you identify the main points of the speech?
Were transitions used to tie the speech together?
Did the conclusion help you remember the speech?
Presentation
Was the language clear, simple, and direct?
Was the language colorful?
Were the grammar and pronunciations correct?
Was the speech presented extemporaneously?
Were notes used unobtrusively?
Was the speech presented enthusiastically?
Did the speaker maintain good eye contact?
Did the presentation sound “conversational”?
Did the gestures and body language complement ideas?
Was the speaker’s voice expressive?
Were the rate and loudness appropriate to the material?
Did the speaker use pauses appropriately?
Did presentation aids make the message clearer or more memorable?
Were presentation aids skillfully integrated into the speech?
Was the presentation free from distracting mannerisms?
Comments:
Informative Speech Evaluation Form
Name:
Date:
Topic:
Grade:
General
Did the speaker seem committed to the topic?
Did the speech fulfill the specifics of the assignment?
Was the speech adapted to fit the audience?
Did the speech promote identification among topic, audience, and speaker?
Was the purpose of the speech clear?
Was the topic handled with imagination and freshness?
Did the speech meet high ethical standards?
Substance
Was the topic worthwhile?
Had the speaker done sufficient research?
Were the main ideas supported with reliable information?
Was testimony used appropriately?
Were sources documented properly?
Were examples and narratives used effectively?
Structure
Did the introduction arouse interest?
Did the introduction adequately preview the message?
Was the speech easy to follow?
Could you identify the main points of the speech?
Were transitions used to tie the speech together?
Did the conclusion help you remember the speech?
Presentation
Was the language clear, simple, and direct?
Was the language colorful?
Were the grammar and pronunciations correct?
Was the speech presented extemporaneously?
Were notes used unobtrusively?
Was the speech presented enthusiastically?
Did the speaker maintain good eye contact?
Did the presentation sound “conversational”?
Did the gestures and body language complement ideas?
Was the speaker’s voice expressive?
Were the rate and loudness appropriate to the material?
Did the speaker use pauses appropriately?
Did presentation aids make the message clearer or more memorable?
Were presentation aids skillfully integrated into the speech?
Was the presentation free from distracting mannerisms?
Comments:
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