PowerPoint Grading

This criteria will be used to grade your PowerPoint

Criteria

Outstanding

Satisfactory

Unsatisfactory

Accuracy of work

 

 

 

The PowerPoint was  clear  to the point and I enjoyed this presentation  

            8 points

 A presentation  was presented but left me with a few   unanswered questions           

6-7 points

The presentation fell short of the rubric expectations

 0-5 points

 

Followed Directions

All of the criteria was fulfilled..

8 points

Some  of the criteria was fulfilled.   Most of, but not all of the directions were fulfilled 

6-7 points

Directions were clearly not followed. 0-5 points

Project  work and  understanding

      PowerPoint

Work is organized neatly and presented to the audience in a clear   manner. The students understands the project thoroughly

8 points

PowerPoint

Most of the students work is organized Student understands most of   the project but still has some problems

    6-7 points

PowerPoint

Student  work is unorganized   and /or not attempted and

difficult to interpret

does not  fully understand the   project

 0-5points

Critical Thinking

Clearly shows a deeper understanding of the project  and /or topic

8 points

Deep understanding of the    project and/or  topic is evident

6-7 points

Shows no evidence of understanding the project  and/or topic

0-5 points

Grading Scale

                                              

Points

Grade

Rating

18-20

A

Outstanding

 16-17

B

Good

14-15

C

Barely meets standards

12-13

F

Below standards/unsatisfactory work

 

 

Total Number of Points

 

Letter Grade

 

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