Based on other instructors' previous work
Each of the items below is assigned a numeric value between 1 and 4 that corresponds to the following mapping:
(1) Not satisfactory (2) Marginally satisfactory (3) Satisfactory (4) Above expectations
Professionalism -- 20%
- Body language
- Presentation language
Mechanics -- 20%
- Time adherence
- Involvement of all team members
- Dynamics of public speech (volume, rate, articulation)
- Eye contact with audience
Contents -- 30%
Effectiveness -- 30%
- Communication effectiveness
- Level of class engagement
Brief Explanation of Criteria
- Attitude: Do you seem enthusiastic about your role?
- Body language: Does your body language distract the audience? Are you fidgeting?
- Confidence: Do you portray the image of one who is prepared and ready to face an audience? Do you speak with hesitation?
- Language: Do you use professional language or do you use extensively slang?
- Time adherence: Did your activities stick to the allotted time?
- Involvement of all team members: Does it look like the responsibilities were well balanced in the delivery and the preparation of the activities?
- Dynamics of public speech: Do you sound prepared for delivering your message? Do you talk too slow or too fast? Do you consistently repeat umm, you know, and the like?
- Eye contact with audience: Do you avoid looking at your audience? Do you stare at your shoes?
- Preparation: Have you adequately prepared for your presentation? Do you understand the code you have written or used?
- Organization: Is the message that youre delivering clear? Is there a good, logical sequence to the points you present?
- Communication effectiveness: Were you able to communicate what you did effectively?
- Level of class engagement: Did you make an effort to keep the class engaged and participating in the activity?
- Resourcefulness: Did you show initiative in changing the pace or the dynamics of your presentation based on feedback from the audience?