Ive project rubric Pronunciation Pronunciation shows a clear understanding of stress and intonation with few basic errors in pronunciation at the level of individual words. Fluency Presenter is in firm control of the presentation and communicates directly with the audience with little or no direct reading from prepared notes Grammar and structure Grammar and sentence structure sound throughout the entire presentation with only a few minor mistakes. content Uses clear and purposeful content with ample examples (pictures and extracts from interactions) to support ideas presented during the course of the presentation. Clear and engaging, neither too fast nor too 60% Pace Pronunciation contained some individual word pronunciation errors. Presenter made a strong attempt at using stress and intonation during the course of the presentation. Presenter is generally communicative with the audience, although he or she finds it necessary to often refer to written notes during the presentation Grammar and sentence structure mostly correct, although there are a number of minor grammar mistakes, as well some mistakes in sentence structuring. Uses content which is well structured and relevant, although further examples might improve the overall presentation Neither too fast nor too slow; easy to understand. Presenter made numerous individual word pronunciation errors with little attempt at the use of stress and intonation to underline meaning. Presenter is mostly caught up in reading and/or referring to written notes during the presentation. Grammar and sentence structure mostly correct, although there are a number of minor grammar mistakes, as well some mistakes in sentence structuring. Uses content which is confusing and at times seems unrelated to overall presentation theme. Little or no evidence is provided during the course of the presentation. Too fast or too slow or with long pauses to collect 40% Use of props/visual aids Effective use of time slow, easy to understand, and maintains interest. Adds significant value and is used seamlessly. Time allocated effectively. Finishes on time. thoughts. Difficult to understand words. Reason for use is clear and its contribution is worth time to introduce it. Finishes on time without rushing or cutting information. Not present / does not add value / is not integrated well Does not finish on time or finishes well before allotted time. Important information left out.