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This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.CriteriaProficientCompetentImprovement NeededNon-Existent/Needs WorkOutline4 pointsOutline is in excellent organizational format with work cited at the bottom in correct citation format (APA).3 pointsOutline is in good organizational format with work cited at the bottom in correct citation format (APA).2 pointsOutline is in somewhat organizational format with work cited at the bottom in correct citation format (APA).0 pointsOutline is in not in organizational format with work cited at the bottom in correct citation format (APA) or no outline submitted.4/4Introduction: Opening Statement4 points The Opening statement was powerful and captivated the audience 3 points The Opening Statement was good and interested the audience 2 points The Opening statement was somewhat sufficient and generally interested the audience 0 points The Opening statement was ineffective and did not captivate the audience 4/4Introduction: Central Idea4 points The CI was an excellent summary of the speech 3 points The CI was a good summary of the speech 2 points The CI was an adequate summary of the speech 0 points There was no clear Central Idea. 4/4Introduction: Supporting Points4 points The SP’s were effectively stated and mapped out the speech 3 points The SP’s were generally stated and mapped out the speech 2 points The SP’s were somewhat stated and gave a generally mapped out the speech 0 points The SP’s were not stated and there was no clear map of speech 4/4Introduction: Established Personal Credibility4 points The Speaker effectively establish their credibility 3 points The Speaker basically establish their credibility 2 points The Speaker somewhat establish their credibility 0 points The Speaker did not establish their credibility 4/4Introduction: Motivated the Audience4 points The Speaker effectively motivated the audience 3 points The Speaker generally motivated the audience 2 points The Speaker somewhat or indirectly motivated the audience 0 points The Speaker did not motivated the audience 4/4Topic: Audience & Speaker2 points The topic was clearly appropriate for the Audience & Speaker 1 point The topic was appropriate for the Audience & Speaker 0.5 points The topic was somewhat appropriate for the Audience & Speaker 0 points The topic was not appropriate for the Audience & Speaker 2/2Topic: Time Limits8 points The Speaker achieved their time limits 6 points The Speaker basically achieved their time limits (A little over or a little less) 2 points The Speaker went over or under their time limits 0 points The Speaker did not achieved their time limits 8/8Purpose: Clarity2 points The purpose of the speech was very clear and specific to the audience 1 point The purpose of the speech was clear to the audience 0.5 points The purpose of the speech was somewhat clear to the audience 0 points The purpose of the speech was not clear to the audience 2/2Purpose: Achieved4 points The purpose of the speech was successfully achieved 3 points The purpose of the speech was generally achieved 2 points The purpose of the speech was somewhat achieved 0 points The purpose of the speech was not achieved 3/4Organization: Intro, Body, Conclusion4 points The speech had a clearly defined I-B-C 3 points The speech had a generally defined I-B-C 2 points The speech had a somewhat defined I-B-C 0 points The speech did not have a defined I-B-C 4/4Organization: Transitions and Signposts4 points The Speaker mastered the use of transitions 3 points The Speaker had good use of transitions 2 points The Speaker somewhat used transitions 0 points The Speaker did not use transitions 3/4Organization: Main Points4 points Main points were exceptionally clear to the audience 3 points Main points were generally clear to the audience 2 points Main points were somewhat clear to the audience 0 points Main points were not clear to the audience 4/4Supporting Material: Credibility4 points The Speaker stated and/or displayed all sources correctly 3 points The Speaker stated and/or displayed most sources correctly 2 points The Speaker stated and/or displayed some sources correctly 0 points The Speaker did not state and/or display any sources correctly 2/4Supporting Material: Information was Varied and Interesting4 points The information was very interesting to the audience 3 points The information was interesting to the audience 2 points The information was somewhat interesting to the audience 0 points The information was not interesting to the audience 4/4Visual Aids: Design4 points Excellent design – added significant support to speech 3 points Decent design – added appropriate support 2 points General design – added some support 0 points VA’s did not support the speech 2/4Visual Aids: Control4 points The Speaker maintained control of VA’s throughout the entire speech 3 points The Speaker maintained control of VA’s throughout most of the speech 2 points The Speaker maintained control of VA’s throughout some of the speech 0 points The Speaker did not maintained control of VA’s throughout speech 3/4Delivery: Eye Contact4 points Speaker made consistent and sustained eye contact throughout speech 3 points Speaker made eye contact throughout most of speech 2 points Speaker made some eye contact throughout speech 0 points Speaker made little or no eye contact throughout speech 3/4Delivery: Voice & Tone4 points Voice was consistently sustained and leveled 3 points Voice was generally sustained and leveled 2 points Voice was monotone or sub-level, sometimes inaudible 0 points Voice was inaudible 4/4Delivery: Gestures & Posture4 points Gestures were controlled and effective 3 points Gestures were generally controlled and effective 2 points Gestures were somewhat controlled and/or distracted from message 0 points Gestures were ineffective and distracted from message 4/4Delivery: Flow4 points Speech had a consistent smooth pace 3 points Speech had a generally smooth pace 2 points Speech had a somewhat smooth pace; there were some awkward pauses 0 points Speech did not have a smooth pace; there were many awkward pauses 3/4Delivery: Energy4 points The Speaker maintained high energy throughout speech 3 points The Speaker maintained decent energy throughout speech 2 points The Speaker had some energy throughout speech 0 points The Speaker had no energy throughout speech 4/4Conclusion: Summarized Main Points4 points Main points of the speech were clearly and specifically restated 3 points Main points of the speech were generally restated 2 points Main points of the speech were somewhat restated; no direct reference to main points 0 points Main points of the speech were not restated 4/4Conclusion: Closing Statement4 points The Closing statement was powerful and captivated the audience 3 points The Closing Statement was good and interested the audience 2 points The Closing statement was somewhat sufficient and generally interested the audience 0 points The Closing statement was ineffective and did not captivate the audience 4/4Audience Centered/Adapted to Listeners & Ethics: Sources, Viewpoints & Purpose4 points The Speaker was very conscious of their presentation skills, and relating and responding to the audience & The Speaker was very conscious of their presentation skills, and relating and responding to the audience 3 points The Speaker mostly considered the audience with the elements of the speechmaking process and mostly monitored and engaged the audience & The Speaker was generally conscious of their presentation skills, and relating and responding to the audience 2 points The Speaker occasionally considered the audience with the elements of the speechmaking process and occasionally monitored and engaged the audience & The Speaker was somewhat conscious of their presentation skills, and relating and responding to the audience 0 pointsThe Speaker somewhat and/or did not considered the audience with the elements of the speechmaking process and did not monitored and engaged the audience&The Speaker was not conscious of their presentation skills, and relating and responding to the audience3/4Rubric Total ScoreTotal90/100Feed Back:good intro w/establishing credibility; good tone of voice; need more eye contact for audience engagement; too much text in your ppt, be sure to reduce it in final speech; make sure you control your slides; mostly good transitions between slides/ideas, a few were awkward & interrupted your flow; good use of imagery; not enough oral citations; good concluding statement & summary; time 7:26