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Speech Rubric Trait 1: Focus Position

Trait 2: Elaboration

Trait 3: Textual Analysis

Trait 4: Reading

Trait 5: Organization

Trait 6: Conventions

Level 4 Exceeding the Standards Establishes a claim or thesis that is specific, relevant, and grounded in evidence and reasoning. Provides detailed explanations of the most important claim(s), reasons and evidence that support and develop the position. Analyzes and interprets textual evidence uniquely and effectively. Consistently refers to sources when appropriate. Represents content from reading materials accurately; When appropriate, makes note of gaps in information or areas where the texts leave matters uncertain. Orders ideas and information throughout the speech and uses appropriate transitional words/phrases in a way that clarifies the reasoning and logic of the argument Conclusion clarifies and strengthens the position. Uses precise language and tone consistently appropriate to the purpose Demonstrates a command of standard English

Level 3 Meets Standards Establishes a claim or thesis that is relevant and grounded in evidence and reasoning. Position is explained with claim(s), reasons and evidence.

Level 2 Approaching Standards Establishes a claim or thesis that is grounded in reasoning.

Level 1 Below Standards Claim or thesis is very unclear.

Level 0

NO EVIDENCE

Position is minimally developed with little explanation of claim(s), reasons and evidence. Summarizes information from texts Refers to sources rarely.

Position is unsupported with little or no use of claim(s), reasons, or evidence. Restates information from texts Does not refer to or cite sources. Content from reading materials is inaccurate or misinterpreted.

Analyzes and interprets textual evidence Often refers to sources when appropriate. Represents content from reading materials accurately.

Content from reading materials is incomplete.

Orders ideas and information throughout the speech and uses appropriate phrases in a way that allows the audience to follow the argument Conclusion supports the position.

Groups ideas and information through a basic use of paragraph structure Conclusion simply restates the position.

Little use of structure or transitions leads to a confused or unclear argument; Conclusion takes away from or confuses the position. Uses basic language and uneven tone with some improper usage of words and phrases Includes numerous major

Uses language and tone appropriate to the audience and purpose Demonstrates a command of standard English conventions with

Uses language and tone generally appropriate to the audience and purpose with minor errors Includes a number of minor errors that do not interfere with

conventions with occasional minor errors. Trait 7: Body movements Uses appropriate volume, posture and hand movements/body gestures

occasional minor errors.

audience understanding

Uses two of the following appropriately: volume, posture and hand movements/body gestures

Uses one of the following appropriately: volume, posture and hand movements/body gestures

errors that interfere with audience understanding. Uses inappropriate volume, posture and hand movements/body gestures