Oral Presentation Judging Checklist

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Oral Presentation Judging Checklist
Presenter:
Abstract:
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Clear
Concise
An accurate representation of the study
Research Question (RQ)/Thesis:
Give up to 10 points for your rating (the other rating reflects student vs faculty contribution)
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Thoughtful, challenging, significant
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Clear, focused thesis claim; original approach or interpretation
_/10
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Methodology/Quality of Evidence:
Give up to 20 points for your rating(the other rating reflects student vs faculty contribution)
(Experiment, survey, content analysis, etc.)
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Complete and appropriate for RQ/Thesis/Hypothesis
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Systematic
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Thorough
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Evidence fulfills methodology
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Sustained & coherent argument
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Conclusions/Quality of Argument:
Give up to 10 points for your rating and up to 10 for student vs faculty contribution.
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Follows from reasoned analysis of data
Limited to data presented (Does not make broader claims unsupported by data)
_/20
Structure/Organization:
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Clear, organized & complete explanations of key concepts, theories, and applications
Clear line of reasoning
Visuals/Quotations are helpful and well-designed.
Delivery/ Q&A:
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Rank
Direct and comfortable with audience
Clear ownership of material
Good volume & vocal variety
Clear articulation & enunciation
Good eye contact & facial expression
Effective gestures & movement
Answers questions well
Rating
Division: Arts & Humanities
(total points from above)
Social Sciences
Science, Math, Technology
Please note, while the rating (number of points) may result in a tie, the rankings may not. For oral presentations, rank ALL students (with 1
being the best). Winners will be determined by average rank. Ratings will be used to break ties.
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