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					    Honors English PowerPoint                                   Honors English PowerPoint
   Part of Mini Research Project                               Part of Mini Research Project
Student Name                                        Student Name
Block         Date of Pres.                         Block         Date of Pres.
Date scheduled       (if dates differ, explain why) Date scheduled       (if dates differ, explain why)
Speaker(s) stand(s) & consistently speaks clearly;          Speaker(s) stand(s) & consistently speaks clearly;
  knows how to pronounce the words included; &                knows how to pronounce the words included; &
  consistently shows respect to the audience                  consistently shows respect to the audience
                        (20 pts)                                                    (20 pts)
Content is 3 – 5 minutes long (no longer than 7             Content is 3 – 5 minutes long (no longer than 7
 minutes), is interesting, informative, not repetitive,      minutes), is interesting, informative, not repetitive,
 and stays focused. Presents and answers one essential       and stays focused. Presents and answers one
 question. Any exact quotes are quoted.                      essential question. Any exact quotes are quoted.
                         (60 pts)                                                    (60 pts)
Sources (min. 3) are reliable and documented on end         Sources (min. 3) are reliable and documented on end
  slide & any quotes in PPT are noted in MLA format           slide & any quotes in PPT are noted in MLA format
                         (30 pts)                                                    (30 pts)
PowerPoint slides are enhanced using one relevant           PowerPoint slides are enhanced using one relevant
  photo or graphic on 50% or more slides                      photo or graphic on 50% or more slides
                        (20 pts)                                                    (20 pts)
The text is readable with headings of at least 36 point     The text is readable with headings of at least 36 point
 and body text at least 28 point                             and body text at least 28 point
                         (20 pts)                                                    (20 pts)
PowerPoint includes at least 10 slides in addition to       PowerPoint includes at least 10 slides in addition to
  title, MLA reference, and Essential Ques/Ans slides.        title, MLA reference, and Essential Ques/Ans slides.
                        (20 pts)                                                    (20 pts)
Students submit PPT handouts (6 slides per page) in         Students submit PPT handouts (6 slides per page) in
  B&W with this rubric day of & prior to presentation         B&W with this rubric day of & prior to presentation
                       (20 pts)                                                    (20 pts)
Student works well as part of team. Explain in at least     Student works well as part of team. Explain in at least
two complete sentences at bottom of this sheet & back       two complete sentences at bottom of this sheet & back
(if needed) what your role was in helping your              (if needed) what your role was in helping your
teammate. Also name and note praise or explain              teammate. Also name and note praise or explain
problems with your team member. Student completes           problems with your team member. Student completes
this rubric (except 1st item on list) and hands it to Ms.   this rubric (except 1st item on list) and hands it to Ms.
Corsello before the class presentation.                     Corsello before the class presentation.
                           (10 points)                                                 (10 points)
Teammate’s Name:                                            Teammate’s Name:
Your Role in Helping Teammate:                              Your Role in Helping Teammate:



Praise/Complaint: (List other team member)                  Praise/Complaint: (List other team member)



TOTAL POINTS (200 possible)                                 TOTAL POINTS (200 possible)
 Rubric for Mini Research Project
     PowerPoint Presentation
Student Name
Block     Date
Speaker stands & speaks clearly;
knows how to pronounce the
words included; and shows
respect to the audience (10 pts)
Content is 4 – 5 minutes long (no
longer than 7 minutes) & is not
repetitive and stays focused on 1
main point or question (20 pts)
Content is documented from at
least two web sites that are .org;
.gov, or .edu (10 pts)
Slide at end documents web
sources in MLA format (see info
    st
at 1 site with key word Google
search: MLA citation examples
Honolulu) (10 pts)
PowerPoint slides include enhance
presentation; text is readable with
headings of at least 48 point and
body text at least 40 point (8 pts)
PowerPoint includes interesting
content in at least 8 slides in
addition to title and MLA
reference slides (32 pts)
Student works well as part of team
and explains in at least 2
complete sentences at bottom of
this sheet what his/her role was in
the presentation Also include
praise or explain problems with
team members. Student also
                                st
completes this rubric (except 1
item on list and hands it to Ms.
Corsello before the presentation
to the class) (10 points)
NOTES:
        Team Rubric for PowerPoint Presentation
Block         Date                     Team Topic
                                   100 possible points
   RELIABLE WEB SOURCES: Content is documented from at least two web sites
    that are .org; .gov, or .edu (10 pts)
   MLA FORMAT: Slide at end lists web sources in MLA format (see 1st site with
    Google search key words: MLA citation examples Honolulu) (10 pts)
   EFFECTIVE GRAPHICS: PowerPoint slides include enhance presentation; text is
    readable with headings of at least 48 point and body text at least 40 point (8 pts)
   EFFECTIVE CONTENT: PowerPoint includes interesting content in at least 8
    slides in addition to title and MLA reference slides (32 pts)
   ORAL PRESENATION: Speaker stands & speaks clearly; knows how to
    pronounce the words included; and shows respect to the audience (10 pts)
   PRESENTATION LENGTH is 4 – 5 minutes long (no longer than 10 minutes), is
    not repetitive, and stays focused on one main point or question (10 pts)
   TEAMWORK: Students work well as part of team.
           o Print your name beside the role you played on your team. Below your role,
             explain in at least 2 complete sentences the work you did on the
             presentation.
           o Student teams completes this rubric (except 1st item on list) and hand it to
             Ms. Corsello before the class presentation.
           o If the teacher must remind a team member to focus on the task or ask a team
             member to stop disrupt theirs or another team will lose 5 or more points
             from this part of their score on their individual grade. (20 points)
                                                                Teamwork   Total Points Project

        PowerPoint Designer

        Researcher 1

        Researcher 2

        Writer

        Presenter

        Leader/coordinator (or other position, specify):
Use the outline to document your web sites, then use the format shown below to
document your web sources in the PowerPoint show:

Web site one:
   Title
   Editor
   Date or version of last revision of site
   Name of sponsoring institution
   Date of access
   URL

Web site two:
   Title
   Editor
   Date or version of last revision of site
   Name of sponsoring institution
   Date of access
   URL

WEB SITES

      Complete publication information may not be available for a Web site; provide what is given.

Entire Internet Site: Scholarly Project or Professional Site [5.9.2]
Title of the Site. Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name of
Sponsoring Institution.
       Date of Access <URL>.
Encyclopedia Mythica. 2004. 13 May 2004 <http://www.pantheon.org/>.

Source: MLA Citation Examples Written by HCC Library. 20 Sep. 2004. Honolulu Community College. 12 Jan.
2005 <http://www.hcc.hawaii.edu/education/hcc/library/mlahcc.html>.




TEAM NOTES (may include praise and/or complaints):




TEACHER COMMENTS:

				
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