Presentation Rubric

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Plant & Animal Cell Presentation Evaluation Rubric
Student Name:
Score:
This rubric is used to verify specific tasks performed during a student presentation. The model is scored separately.
No points are awarded if the model is not complete.
Category
Organization
15 points
Content
40 points
Scoring Criteria
The presentation focuses the audience on the structures and
their functions.
5
Information is in a logical sequence. (First explains what
something is, then what it does, then why you chose that
material for it.)
5
Presentation appropriately cites at least 3 references.
5
Introduction grabs audience’s attention and establishes the
speaker's credibility.
5
Their knowledge of the cell’s functions are conveyed to the
target audience by clearly explaining WHY each material
represents each organelle.
15
Presentation contains scientifically accurate material. Clearly
points out structure and function for plant and/or animal
organelles.
15
There is an obvious conclusion summarizing the
presentation.
5
Oral - Speaker maintains good eye contact with the
audience.
Other - Presentation is eye-catching.
5
Oral - Speaker uses a clear voice, easily heard at the back of
the room.
Other - Presentation is easily viewed from a distance.
5
Oral - Speaker uses proper posture at all times.
Presentation,
Other - Presentation is artistically pleasing without being
Oral and
distracting.
Relevant Content
Oral - Good language skills and pronunciation are used.
45 points
Other - Good writing skills and punctuation are used.
Score
Points
5
10
Speaker shows enthusiasm for the topic.
5
Presentation shows obvious preparation and a practiced
delivery.
10
Length of the presentation is within the assigned time
requirement (3 – 5 minutes).
5
Total Points
Student
Teacher
Evaluation Evaluation
100
Students are expected to evaluate their own work. If the difference between the student
Self-evaluation evaluation and the teacher evaluation is more than 10 points, 5 points will be deducted from the
teacher's score when the grade is recorded.
Deadline
All assignments are expected to be completed by the assigned deadline.
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PRESENTATION:
Students, you will have an opportunity to explain your model, as well as view
others and positively critique models.
During your presentations, you should
 explain the type of cell that you chose (i.e. "This has a cell wall, because it is
a plant cell.")
 describe the function of the structures/organelles within that cell (e.g. “The
nucleus is the brain of the cell, where DNA replication occurs.”)
 justify why you chose the edible items you chose. (e.g. "I chose a large
jawbreaker for the nucleus of the animal cell, because that's the largest
organelle within that type of cell. Also, it generally appears round" or "I
chose fruit roll-ups for the Golgi body (apparatus), because it's a stacked
folded membrane that looks like a folded fruit roll-up".)
Be reminded that in order to receive full credit, you must meet all the requirements
outlined in the Edible Cell Rubric, as well as the Presentation Rubric.
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