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TED TALK PRESENTATION: ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

Learning Goals:
To become more comfortable public speaking
Identify and explain how rhetorical devices influence a speakers message
Identify and explain how presentation technique influences a speakers message
Apply effective presentation strategies to your own presentation
Specific Expectations for Assessment
1.1 Listening to Understand listening to and watching Ted talks and identifying the main ideas
1.2 Active Listening Strategies- acknowledge others ideas when sharing information about talks viewed, and ask clarifying questions about their
favourite selection if required using appropriate body language and facial expression
1.3 Listening Comprehension oral summarizing of 5 talks watched for small group
1.4 Understanding of Content (explanation of core concepts to peers)
1.6 Extending Understanding (connecting speaker profile information to talk)
1.7 Analyzing Text identifying effective techniques used to engage an audience as well as compare speakers techniques
1.8 Critical Literacy identify speaker perspectives and discuss bias beliefs, values, identity, and/or power
1.9 Presentation Strategies explain how different presenters style of presenting impacts the overall message (ie including changes in rate of speech,
use of humour, etc)
2.1 Purpose use language appropriate to persuade and inform your intended audience
2.3 Clarity and Coherence communicate in a clear, coherent manner (ie organization of presentation, presentation outline)
2.4 Diction and Devices - identification and use of rhetorical devices
2.5 Vocal Strategies identify vocal strategies used by a variety of presenters to engage audience (ie pace, volume, impersonation, etc)
2.6 Non-verbal Cues - use of non-verbals in presentation including voice, eye contact, posture)


The third strand in Oral Communication: Reflecting on Skills and Strategies (3.1 Metacognition and 3.2 Interconnected Skills) can easily be
incorporated by including a reflective piece at the end of the evaluation where students identify their own strengths and areas for improvement in
presentation skills, explore listening and viewing strategies they used throughout the process, and explain how writing an outline for their
presentation made it more effective.




EVALUATION:
Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 < Level 1
KNOWLEDGE
Understanding of
Content (explanation of
core concepts to peers)

Understanding of
rhetorical devices used
by the speaker in Ted
talk

Explains core concepts with
absolute clarity


Explanation of rhetorical
devices used is thorough and
accurate

Explains core concepts with
good clarity


Explanation of rhetorical
devices used is thorough and
mostly accurate

Explains core concepts with
some clarity


Explanation of rhetorical
devices used is somewhat
thorough however not all
techniques are correctly
identified or explained

Explains core concepts with
limited clarity


Explanation of rhetorical
devices used is limited and
numerous techniques are
incorrectly identified or
improperly explained

Insufficient
evidence


Insufficient
evidence
THINKING
Connects speaker
profile information to
talk
Analysis of speakers
presentation skills
(persuasive techniques,
vocal and non-verbal
skill, etc)
Inclusion of relevant
and important details

Exceptionally thorough and
accurate analysis provided for
speakers presentation skills


Only highly relevant
information with superior
explanations and details are
included

Thorough and accurate analysis
provided for speakers
presentation skills


Only relevant information and
good explanations and details
are included

Somewhat thorough and/or
some inaccurate analysis
provided for speakers
presentation skills

Some relevant information and
some explanations details
included

Limited and/or inaccurate
analysis provided for
speakers presentation skills



Limited information and/or
limited explanations and
details included

Insufficient
evidence





Insufficient
evidence
COMMUNICATION
Use of non-verbal cues in
presentation including
voice, eye contact,
posture

Use of vocal strategies in
presentation (ie pace,
volume, etc)

Word choice and
selection of presentation
structure carefully
considers audience
requirements

Superior use of non-verbals in
presentation


Superior use of vocal
strategies to enhance
presentation

Careful word choice and
presentation structure caters
to audience needs

Very good use of non-verbals in
presentation


Very good use of vocal
strategies to enhance
presentation

Careful word choice and
presentation structure considers
audience needs

Some good use of non-verbals
but more practice required

Some use of vocal strategies to
enhance presentation

Some careful word choice but
presentation structure does not
seem to consider audience

Limited
understanding/application of
non-verbal cues

Limited use of vocal strategies
to enhance presentation

Limited/no consideration of
word choice and/or
presentation structure for
audience

Insufficient
evidence


Insufficient
evidence


Insufficient
evidence
APPLICATION
Understanding and
adherence to group work
responsibilities

Use of structure to
enhance meaning and
message in presentation
Positive contributor to group
work and equally shares in the
process as well as the
presentation

Outstanding consideration has
been made to how to best
present findings to audience
Positive contributor to group
work and equally shares in the
process as well as the
presentation

Careful consideration has been
made to how to best present
findings to audience
Somewhat positive contributor
to group work but does not
equally share in the process as
well as the presentation

Some consideration has been
made to how to best present
findings to audience
Negative in group work and
does equally shares in the
process and/or the
presentation

Limited consideration has
been made to how to best
present findings to audience
Insufficient
evidence



Insufficient
evidence
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