This semester I developed some rubrics for grading student presentations in class. They include criteria such as preparation and presentation skills. The rubrics are designed so that they can be used either for native speakers or language learners.
There are 4 different rubrics. I used them with my university-age students. They could also be easily used with adult learners or high school students. For younger grades, you may want to adapt them to their level.
Feel free to use them, share them or let them inspire you to create your own.
Have a quick look here:
Sometimes the links disappear from Scribd and if that has happened, you can also download them directly from my blog:
Click the link to download –> Presentation Grading Rubric 1
Click the link to download –> Presentation Grading Rubric 2 (Updated in 2013)
Click the link to download –> Presentation Grading Rubric 3
Click the link to download –> Presentation Grading Rubric 4 (Updated in 2013)
Update : March 19, 2013 – If you are looking for these and the links do not work, please e-mail me at saraheaton2001 (at) yahoo (dot) ca. I’ll be happy to send them to you.
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.