EVALUATION RUBRIC OF “THE PITS” POWERPOINT AND/OR WEB PAGE
For use by teacher, peers, and self

 

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CONTENT

No evidence of subject knowledge.  Information is inaccurate or not given.

Some evidence of accurate information.  Research does not show use of more than one source.

Adequate evidence of accurate information.  More than one source was used.

Clear evidence of complete and accurate information.  More than one source was used.  Information is given clearly and concisely.

MECHANICS

No evidence of proofreading.  More than 8 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Some evidence of proofreading.  Presentation contains 5-7 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Adequate evidence of proofreading.  Presentation contains 3-4 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Clear evidence of proofreading.  Presentation contains less than 3 grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

No evidence of  a plan for a clear, varied presentation.

Some evidence of a plan for a clear, varied presentation.  Slides are easy to understand.

Adequate evidence of a plan for a clear, varied presentation.  Slides are easy to understand.  Some effects and backgrounds are used.

Clear evidence of a plan for a clear, varied presentation.  Slides are easy to understand.  Effects, backgrounds, graphics, and sounds enhance the information presented.

CREATIVITY/

ORIGINALITY

No evidence of any unique presentation quality or new thought.

Some evidence of unique presentation qualities but little original thought or inventiveness.

Adequate evidence of unique presentation qualities and offers some new insight into the topic. 

Clear evidence of unique presentation qualities.  Contains many examples of ideas that are fresh, original, or inventive. 

TEAMWORK

No evidence of teamwork.  One group member responsible for team product.

Some evidence of teamwork.  Most team members participated, but the productivity of team members widely varied.

Adequate evidence of teamwork.  Most team members completed a fair share of the work.

Clear evidence of teamwork.  Team members divided the tasks and all team members shared the workload.