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Assessment Form for Oral Presentations

Published: 18.06.2013, Updated: 18.11.2013
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This table is a guideline to use for assessment of oral presentations using visual aids. You may print it out and use it for making notes during the presentation.

Name: ______________________  Grade: _________

Content: Criteria: Presentation and Discussion of Topic, Length, Sources.
Teacher's AssessmentGrades 5-6 Exceptionally High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grades 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grades 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of Competence
 

Rich in content. Topic thoroughly presented and discussed.

Length is approximately within the allotted time frame.

Sources referenced properly

Topic satisfactorily  presented and discussed

Topic presented well, but little or no discussion.

Length is too long or too short.

Sources referenced but with some errors.

Topic not explored properly

Very little relevant content.

Length is too short.

Sources not referenced properly.

 

Structure: Criteria: Flow. Transition, Introduction and Conclusion. Use of Linking Words, Cohesion.
Teacher's AssessmentGrades 5-6 Exceptionally High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grades 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grades 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of Competence
 

Excellent/good introduction and conclusion.

Excellent/good transition between slides.

Satisfactory introduction and conclusion.

Satisfactory transition between slides.

There is some degree of organisation in the presentation.
Language: Criteria: Vocabulary, Grammar and Sentence Construction. Usage and Pronunciation.
Teacher's AssessmentGrades 5-6 Exceptionally High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grades 3-4
High to Fair Degree of 2-1 Competence
Grades 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of Competence
 

Varied and concise vocabulary.

Few or no language or usage errors.

Excellent/good pronunciation skills.

Good/satisfactory range of vocabulary.

Some language and usage errors

Many basic language and usage errors.

Satisfactory pronunciation/ Some errors.

Undeveloped vocabulary mixed with Norwegian.

Extensive language and usage errors but manages to convey the basic ideas

Communication breaks down many times.

Pronunciation needs improvement.

Presentation and Use of Visual Aids: Criteria: Eye Contact, Use of Script, Poise, Delivery, Visual Aids, Digital Tools.
Teacher's AssessmentGrades 5-6 Exceptionally High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grades 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grades 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of Competence
 

Poised, confident, connects with the audience.

Speaks clearly and at an acceptable tempo.

Speaks using keywords which are placed on the power point or held in hand if PP not used.

Uses digital tools in an independent and creative manner.

Communicates well, has eye contact with the audience.

Speaks clearly and at an acceptable tempo.

Speaks using keywords which are placed on the power point or held in the hand if PP is not used.

Uses digital tools in a satisfactory manner.

Speaks too quickly or unclearly.

Reads some material from a script/power point but cannot explain the content when asked about the topic.

Uses digital tools in an acceptable manner.