Oral Presentation Rubric: How to Get Great Presentation Grades
Oral surgery may be preferable to oral presentations but you can
successfully improve your public speaking with this oral presentation
As a manager, the oral presentation rubric can be used in an interview
scenario. If public speaking is a key part of the role you're hiring
for, you'll want to see your candidate's presentation skills in
action. Give each candidate the opportunity to present, with a little
or a lot of time to prepare, and assess their performance using
the marking guide. Using a standard guide will ensure you are fairly
and consistently assessing each candidate and get the best person
for the job.
Feel free to tweak the criterion or the levels of performance, to suit your needs!
This oral presentation rubric can be used to assess presentation skills fairly and consistently and improve your own performance by allowing you to objectively assess and then improve your presentation skills.
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|Subject Matter Knowledge||Does not have grasp of information, cannot answer audience questions||Is uncomfortable with information and can only answer basic questions||Is comfortable with information, answers questions briefly||Full knowledge of information, able to elaborate easily and provide thorough answers|
|Structure||Difficult to follow, no obvious sequence of information||Difficult to follow as skips around topic, and loses thread||Information presented logically, easy to follow||Information presented logically, in a fresh and interesting way, easy to follow|
|Non Verbal Commu-nication||Minimal eye contact, reading from notes/visual aid, audience switched off||Eye contact some of the time/some of the audience, turns back, reads notes||Audience engaged but not fully relaxed or absorbed||Good rapport, including all audience, eye contact, welcoming questions|
|Verbal Commu-nication||Mumbles, uses jargon, difficult to hear, hesitates.||Difficult to hear some of the time, only some jargon explained||Most of audience can hear and understand||Can be clearly heard and understood by all audience|
|Use of Visual Aids, Graphics and Support Material||No supporting visual aids, graphics or support material to increase audience understanding||Visual aids, graphics or support material do not increase audience understanding||Relevant and timely use of visual aids, graphics and support material, increasing audience understanding||Confident use of quality visual aids, graphics and support material, furthering audience understanding.|
|Accuracy||Multiple mistakes, such as mis-spelling, incorrect explanation, mis-use of terminology||3 mistakes, such as mis-spelling, incorrect explanation, mis-use of terminology||No obvious mistakes||Potential audience mis-understandings clarified or explained up front.|