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Presentation

Checklist of Success Criteria


I am prepared to present on my assigned presentation day
I have used several accurate examples from the play
I have reported the events in an unbiased way
I have followed news report format (lead, body, quotations, etc)
I have followed the script I created, that satisfied all the script requirements
I spoke clearly, loudly and with appropriate inflection
I made eye contact, and used appropriate body language
I have used a relevant and interesting visual aid

Rubric
Level 4

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Knowledge
RLS 1.3
Understanding
of Content

Presentation
demonstrated an
excellent
understanding of
the content of the
play through the
use of many
significant facts
and details.

Presentation
demonstrated a
clear
understanding of
the play though
the use of
significant facts
and details.

Presentation
demonstrated
some
understanding of
the content of the
play, but needed
more facts and
details.

Presentation did
not have enough
significant facts
and details to show
a true
understanding of
the play.

.Did not use facts


from the play or
facts were very
inaccurate.

Thinking
RLS 1.4
Making
Inference

Presentation
demonstrated an
excellent ability to
interpret the text
through the use of
a variety of
significant
inferences in the
quotations created.

Presentation
demonstrated a
clear ability to
interpret the text
through the use of
a variety of
inferences in at
least 2 of the
quotations created.

Presentation
demonstrated
some ability to
interpret the text
through the
inference made to
create the
quotations.

Presentation
contained few or
irrelevant
inferences as
demonstrated
through the
quotations used.

No inferences used

Communicati
on

Excellent use of
language that suits
the audience, style
and purpose

Language was very


suitable for the
audience, style
and purpose

Language was
either too formal or
too informal for the
audience, style
and purpose.

Language was not


appropriate.

Excellent clarity
and coherence is
achieved through
organization and
diction and
transitions

Clarity, and
coherence is
achieved through
clear organization,
excellent diction
and appropriate
transitions.

Through most of
the presentation
the language was
suitable for the
audience, style
and purpose.

Lacked
organization and
therefore lacked
clarity.

Extreme
disorganization
hindered the
clarity and
coherence
significantly.

-Excellent use of
oral
communication
skills to enhance
the presentation:
volume, pitch,
pace and inflection

-Oral
communication
skills were
effectively used to
enhance the
presentation:
volume, pitch,
pace and inflection

-Only two of the


following skills was
used to enhance
the presentation:
volume, pitch,
pace and inflection

Only one of the


following skills was
used to enhance
the presentation:
volume, pitch,
pace and inflection

Little to no eye
contact and
gestures made.

Just read off a


sheet.

(Language)

OC 2.1
Purpose
OC 2.3
Clarity and
Coherence

Communicati
on
(Oral Comm.
Skills)

OC 2.5
Vocal
Strategies
OC 2.6
Non Verbal
Cues

OC 2.7
Audio Visual
Aid
Application
M 3.3
Conventions &
Techniques
M 3.4

Excellent use of
body language,
eye contact and
gestures to
enhance the
presentation

Body language,
eye contact and
gestures were
used to enhance
the presentation

Excellent use of a
creative and
appropriate visual
aid to enhance the
presentation

-A creative and
appropriate visual
aid was used to
enhance the
presentation

Excellent use of
the conventions of
news reporting
(lead, body,
quotations,
conclusion, bias)

Effective use of the


conventions of
news reporting.

Mostly clear and


coherent, but
diction or
organization needs
improvement.
-At least 3 of the
following skills
were used to
enhance the
presentation:
volume, pitch,
pace and inflection
More eye contact
or gestures
needed.

-An appropriate
visual aid was used
to enhance the
presentation

Most of the
conventions of
news reporting
were well used.

-A visual aid was


used.

Only a few of
conventions of
news reporting
were used.

-No visual aid was


used

Few or no
conventions used.

Producing
Media Texts

Overall an
excellent media
text that fit the
purpose, audience
and style

Overall an
effective media
text that fit the
purpose, audience
and style

Overall the media


text attempted to
effectively fit the
purpose, audience
and style.

Overall the media


text did not
effectively fit the
purpose, audience
and style.

Did not meet basic


requirments.

Metacognitive Reflection
Checklist of Success Criteria
I have completed my presentation
I have thought about my own learning and skills
I have clearly articulated my own learning and skills
I have used examples to demonstrate my ideas
I have used complete sentences

Instructions: After completing your presentation answer the following


questions that reflect on your skills and strategies.

1. Through completing this assignment, what skills have you improved


upon? Provide examples to support your answer.
2. Through analysing and creating a media piece, what have you learned?
3. Explain how viewing your peers work, allowed you to develop your
listening skills.
4. Reflect on your oral communication skills. What are your strengths and
weakness? Use examples to support your idea.
5. What is one skill you would like to further develop? Explain why.
6. How did your term work prepare you for this assignment? Explain.
Rubric

Application
M 4.2 & OC
3.2
Interconnec
ted skills
M 4.1 & OC
3.1

Level 4

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Metacognitive
reflection is an
in depth and
accurate
reflection of
your learning
and
contributions
to the
assessment.

Metacognitive
reflection is an
accurate
reflection of
your learning
and
contributions
to the
assessment.

Metacognitive
reflection
needs more
examples or
details

Metacognitive
reflection is
only partially
complete

Less than
was
completed.