Below are a few rubrics and other resources to make the dreaded task of scoring presentations a bit easier.
- Presentation Grading Rubric
This grading rubric is designed to take the guess work out of scoring presentations. It is presented in Microsoft Word (.doc) format so that you may edit it as necessary.
- Checklist Grading Rubric
This grading rubric is formatted as a simple yes/no checklist. It is presented in Microsoft Word (.doc) format so that you may edit it as necessary.
- Suggested Grading Criteria
The way you assign grades will vary based on the expectations you incorporate into the assignment as well as the point structure of your course. This list of suggested grading criteria is based on the five point A-F scale.
- Peer Evaluation and Feedback Form
It is important to encourage students to evaluate themselves and their peers. This form can be used for peer feedback and critique.
Some colleges and universities have adopted a “communication across the curriculum” approach which requires that courses in various disciplines include oral presentation assignments. Several of these programs have companion websites with excellent resources for faculty. They are typically designed for non-communication faculty who wish to assign oral presentations in their courses. Typical resources include information about public speaking, handouts for students, and grading rubrics. Below are links to a few of these websites.
- University of North Carolina Greensboro
- Monmouth College
- Eastern Illinois University
- Randolph-Macon College