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					Self Introduction                                             Name_____________ Grade________________
                                                                             Comments:




                        Unacceptable




                                                        Standards




                                                                             Excellent
                                                        Minimum
                                                          Meets


                                                          Good
                           Poor
     Outline            1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
 INTRODUCTION
Effective attention     1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
  getting device
 Previewed main         1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
       points
    CONTENT
    Note cards                  1               2        3            4                  5
  prepared and
    appropriate
Adapted message         1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
   to audience
Clear Transitions       1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
   Followed the         1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
   Assignment
Within 3-5 minute       1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
     time limit
Clearly organized       1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
       points
 CONCLUSION
 Reviewed main                  1               2        3            4                  5
      points
 Effective Closing      1 2 3 4 5                       6 7        8 9                   10
                                                                                                          Comments:
 Presentation
                             Unacceptable




     100
                                                          Standards




                                                                                              Excellent
                                                          Minimum
                                                            Meets




                                                                          Good




         Spoke                1 2 3 4 5                       6 7           8 9                  10
 Extemporaneously
Did not overuse notes
No Nonfluencies-Um              1 2                          3               4                    5
   Projected voice             2 4 5 7                    8 10 12          14 15                 20
  Varied Pitch/Rate           1 2 3 4 5                     6 7             8 9                  10
     Eye Contact               2 4 5 7                    8 10 12          14 15                 20
 Gestures reinforce             1 2                          3               4                    5
       message
  Appropriate Body            1 2 3 4 5                       6 7           8 9                  10
         Usage
  Clear Articulation            1 2                            3             4                    5
    Used visual aid           1 2 3 4 5                       6 7           8 9                  10
       effectively
Attire promotes ethos                       1       2          3                 4                 5

Did not bring rubric to class – 20 points
If Speech read word per word -20 to - 100
Presented speech late -20 to -100
Self-Introduction Grading
                      Content/Organization
Effective attention   Well thought out attention getting statement that is appropriate for the audience and the topic.
getting device        Draws in audience. Piques interest.
Note cards prepared Note cards were prepared before class. There is writing on only one side of the note cards.
and appropriate       Speech is not written out word per word.
Previewed main        A clear statement that previews each of the main points of the speech in the introduction of
points                the speech. The audience should be able to restate the main points.
Adapted message to The topic is appropriate for this audience. Statement(s) made to draw in the audience to tell
audience              them why they should listen to this speech.
Visual aid meets      Visual aid fits the requirements of the speech. Visual is large enough to see and not used in a
requirements          distracting manner. No pets, weapons, offensive material, or people. You should bring in a
                      visual aid; Last minute visuals such as writing on the board, showing your hand, or using your
                      shirt are not acceptable. Used visual appropriately.
Followed the          Met all the requirements of the assignment. Did not simply offer name, birth, family members,
Assignment            and history of self.
Within 3-5 minute     Spoke within the allotted time frame.
time limit
Reviewed main         A clear statement that reviews each of the main points of the speech in the introduction. The
points                audience should be able to restate the main points.
Clear Transitions     Should tie together points and enhance the flow of the speech. Helps audience move through
                      the points.
Clearly organized     Should not jump around but have a clear pattern. Follows the organizational structure laid out
points                in the preview.
Effective Closing     Provides a sense of closure. Uses voice pattern and word choice to signal the end of the
                      speech. Gives the audience a clear sense of when to clap. Gives the audience something to
                      think about. Don’t end a speech with “thank you.”


                     Presentation

Spoke                Spoke from brief notes; did not memorize speech; did not read speech word per word.
Extemporaneously
No Nonfluencies      Did not fill space with um, uh, ok, like, you know, etc.
Projected voice      Spoke from diaphragm, projected voice so everyone in the room could hear the speech without
                     having to strain; Did not shout.
Varied Pitch         Did not speak in a monotone voice, Paced speech and voice appropriate to the audience
Effective Rate       Did not rush speech. Used appropriate pauses. Did not speak too slowly.
Eye Contact          Direct eye contact made with different members of the classroom. Did not look overtop of
                     people’s head at the back wall. Looked at various parts of the room. Eye contact was not in just
                     brief non-direct glances
Gestures reinforce   Gestures reinforced the message. Did not clutch the podium throughout the speech. Did not
message              wring hands. Did not put both hands in pockets nor hold hands behind the back
Appropriate Body     Used confident posture and body motions. Did not hang over podium. Did not slouch or rock
Usage                side to side. Did not pace or use distracting movements with feet. Stood poised and confident.
                     Avoided distracting motions such as flipping hair, fiddling with jewelry, etc.
Clear Articulation   Clearly pronounced individual words. Did not mumble
Used visual aid      Referred to visual aid. Visual aid is appropriate for this speech and did not become a distraction.
effectively          Visual aid large enough for the class to see and not passed around in a distracting manner.
                     Visual aid reinforces the message.
Attire promotes      Appropriate attire for a formal presentation. Should dress above the audience Does not wear
ethos                clothing that is distracting. Neat appearance reinforces the credibility of the speaker

				
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