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Appendix A6: Sample Oral Communication Rubric
Presentation 3:
Instructor Evaluation Form
Criteria based on National Communication Association Standards for Public Speaking
Delivery Comments
Student Name: __________________________________________________
________________________
Date: ____________________________ Section #: ____________________
________________________
Topic: _________________________________________________________
Level 1: Standard (C-
C+)
:
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to
 Presentation is clearly persuasive & conforms to all assigned requirements
________________________
Student fully prepared with:
________________________
 Presentation folder materials (presentation outline w/ Works Cited, ppt
file, thumbnail printout of Power Point slides, speaking note cards, peer
________________________
review forms, outline/bib checklist, instructor grade form)
 Includes minimum # of sources = seven (7)
________________________
 Extemporaneous delivery (uses full-sentence outline = “0” on delivery)
________________________
Minimum Presentation Requirements:
________________________
 Within time limit (Target: 6-7 minutes Actual: _____________ )
 Central idea clearly stated
________________________
 Identifiable Structure:
Clear Introduction, Body, and Conclusion
________________________
Follows 5 Steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Uses connectives (transitions, sign posts, internal
________________________
preview/summary)
________________________
 Delivery: 1) avoids serious errors in grammar, pronunciation, & word
usage, 2) reasonably competant & direct
________________________
Level 2: Good (B-
B+)
:
to
________________________
 Meets all “Level 1: Standard” requirements
________________________
 Topic is challenging and unique
________________________
Demonstrates effective use of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence:
INTRODUCTION:
________________________
STEP 1: Attention is audience-centered, appropriate, foreshadows
negative impact, & generates interest
________________________
Justifies why this topic is important to this audience
Establishes speaker credibility
________________________
BODY:
STEP 2: Need (MP #1) demonstrates how problem(s) impact this
________________________
audience
________________________
STEP 3: Satisfaction (MP #2) practical plan, addresses concerns
STEP 4: Visualization (MP #3) effective emotional appeals
________________________
CONCLUSION:
Signals end of speech
________________________
STEP 5: Call to Action reinforces central idea & moves audience
toward immediate action
________________________
 Skilled connectives: transitions, internal previews/summaries, signposts
________________________
________________________
Arguments, Support, & Delivery:
 Clear arguments, but some logical fallacies may be present
________________________
 Support material is accurate, relevant, objective, sufficient, persuasive,
and above minimum standard in # and credibility
________________________
 Delivery enhances presentation message
 Avoids distracting mannerisms
________________________
Appendix A6: Sample Oral Communication Rubric
Presentation 3:
Instructor Evaluation Form
Criteria based on National Communication Association Standards for Public Speaking
Delivery Comments
Student Name: __________________________________________________
________________________
Date: ____________________________ Section #: ____________________
________________________
Topic: _________________________________________________________
Level 1: Standard (C-
C+)
:
________________________
to
 Presentation is clearly persuasive & conforms to all assigned requirements
________________________
Student fully prepared with:
________________________
 Presentation folder materials (presentation outline w/ Works Cited, ppt
file, thumbnail printout of Power Point slides, speaking note cards, peer
________________________
review forms, outline/bib checklist, instructor grade form)
 Includes minimum # of sources = seven (7)
________________________
 Extemporaneous delivery (uses full-sentence outline = “0” on delivery)
________________________
Minimum Presentation Requirements:
________________________
 Within time limit (Target: 6-7 minutes Actual: _____________ )
 Central idea clearly stated
________________________
 Identifiable Structure:
Clear Introduction, Body, and Conclusion
________________________
Follows 5 Steps of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
Uses connectives (transitions, sign posts, internal
________________________
preview/summary)
________________________
 Delivery: 1) avoids serious errors in grammar, pronunciation, & word
usage, 2) reasonably competant & direct
________________________
Level 2: Good (B-
B+)
:
to
________________________
 Meets all “Level 1: Standard” requirements
________________________
 Topic is challenging and unique
________________________
Demonstrates effective use of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence:
INTRODUCTION:
________________________
STEP 1: Attention is audience-centered, appropriate, foreshadows
negative impact, & generates interest
________________________
Justifies why this topic is important to this audience
Establishes speaker credibility
________________________
BODY:
STEP 2: Need (MP #1) demonstrates how problem(s) impact this
________________________
audience
________________________
STEP 3: Satisfaction (MP #2) practical plan, addresses concerns
STEP 4: Visualization (MP #3) effective emotional appeals
________________________
CONCLUSION:
Signals end of speech
________________________
STEP 5: Call to Action reinforces central idea & moves audience
toward immediate action
________________________
 Skilled connectives: transitions, internal previews/summaries, signposts
________________________
________________________
Arguments, Support, & Delivery:
 Clear arguments, but some logical fallacies may be present
________________________
 Support material is accurate, relevant, objective, sufficient, persuasive,
and above minimum standard in # and credibility
________________________
 Delivery enhances presentation message
 Avoids distracting mannerisms
________________________
Level 3: Superior (A-
A)
:
to
Delivery Comments
 Meets all “Level 1: Standard” AND “Level 2: Good” requirements
________________________
Audience-Centered:
 Genuinely contributes to knowledge &/or beliefs of this audience
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 Generates positive interest, feeling, & commitment in this audience
________________________
Credibility & Overall Persuasive Appeal:
________________________
 Establishes competence and character as a speaker
 Arguments are sound
________________________
 Support Material demonstrates significant research:
substantially more than minimum # of required sources;
________________________
sources are highly credible
variety of source types used (books, journal articles, periodicals,
________________________
websites, etc.)
________________________
 Overall this presentation is highly persuasive
________________________
Polished Delivery:
________________________
 Use of language creates vividness & special interest in message
 Vocal variety adds appeal
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 Dynamic delivery strengthens overall impact of message
________________________
Needs Improvement (D+ to F):
________________________
 Seriously deficient in “Level 1: Standard” requirements
 Not present to deliver presentation on scheduled day
________________________
 Presentation does not conform to assignment requirements
 Other deficiency (describe):
________________________
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Presentation 3 Grade Info
Overall Delivery (letter): ________
Time Penalty (if any): __________
Preparation Outline: ________/15
Speaking Note Cards: _______/5
Works Cited/Bib: ___________/5
FINAL GRADE: ______/125

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