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Grade 5 Public Speaking Rubric: Oral

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Fluency and Clarity

-Voice is not audible and not clear.

-Student mumbles and cannot be understood OR mispronounces many words.

-Voice is somewhat audible and clear.

-Speaks clearly and distinctly some of the time, but mispronounces some words.

-Voice is audible and clear.

-Speaks clearly and distinctly most of the time, mispronounces a few words.

-Voice is very clear and words are clearly enunciated.

-Always speaks clearly and distinctly  and does not mispronounces any of the words.

Pace and Flow

-There are a significant amount of pauses/stoppages in the speech or the pace is too fast or too slow.

-Pauses and/or too rapid a pace interrupt the flow of the speech making it difficult to understand.

-Pace and flow of the speech is effective. There are no long pauses and the pace makes it easy to understand the speech.

-Pace and flow of the speech is effective. The pace and flow is adjusted purposefully to improve the impact of the speech.

Eye Contact

-Eye contact is not maintained throughout the speech.

-Eye contact is maintained throughout some of the speech.

-Eye contact is maintained throughout most of the speech.

-Eye contact is consistently maintained throughout the speech.

Posture

-Poor posture.

-Good posture maintained some of the time.

-Good posture maintained most of the time.

-Excellent posture consistently maintained throughout.

Enthusiasm

-The speaker is unsure during delivery and demonstrates a lack of enthusiasm.

-The speaker tends to hesitate during delivery and shows some enthusiasm.

-The speaker is comfortable with the audience and shows enthusiasm.

-The speaker is confident, dynamic and shows excellent enthusiasm.

Length of speech

-Speech is extremely too long or too short.

-Speech is too long or too short.

-Speech is just under or over 3-5 minutes.

-Speech is within the suggested time limit of 3-5 minutes.

Memorization

-Speech is not memorized at all.

-Some parts of the speech are memorized.

-Most of the speech is memorized.

-The entire speech is memorized.

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