|Delivery |* The volume is so low |* The volume is too low or |* The volume is not too low |* The speaker uses delivery to| | |that you cannot understand|too loud. |or too loud. |emphasize and enhance the | | |most of the message. |* The rate is too fast or too|* The rate is not too fast |meaning of the message. The | | |* The rate is so fast that|slow. Pauses are too long or |or too slow. Pauses are not |speaker delivers the message | | |you cannot understand most|at inappropriate spots. |too long or at inappropriate|in a lively, enthusiastic | | |of the message. |* The pronunciation and |spots. |fashion | | |* The pronunciation and |enunciation are unclear. The |* The pronunciation and |* The volume varies to add | | |enunciation are so unclear|speaker exhibits many |enunciation are clear. The |emphasis and interest. | | |that you cannot understand|disfluencies, such as “ahs,” |speaker exhibits few |* Rate varies and pauses are | | |most of the message. |“uhms,” or “you knows.” |disfluencies, such as “ahs,”|used to add emphasis and | | | |* You are distracted by |“uhms,” or “you knows”. |interest. | | | |problems in the delivery of | |* Pronunciation and | | | |the message. | |enunciation are very clear. | | | |* You have difficulty | |The speaker exhibits very few | | | |understanding the words in | |disfluencies, such as “ahs,” | | | |the message. You have to work| |“uhms,” or “you knows”. | | | |to understand the words. | | |
Speaking Rubric II
| |Apprentice |Basic |Learned |Exemplary | |Vocal Expression-Expressiveness |Monotonous. |Some variation. |Enthusiastic. |Energizes the audience with | |(Voice Usage) | | | |enthusiasm. | |Vocal Expression-Clarity |Poor articulation. |Generally clear. |Clear throughout. |Precisely clear. | |(Distinctness of the | | | | | |articulation and pronunciation | | | | | |of words) | | | | | |Vocal Expression-Audibility |Cannot be heard. |Generally audible |Audibility dropped |Audible throughout. | |(Appropriateness of the vocal | | |a couple of times. | | |volume used by the speaker) | | | | | |Physical Expression-Eye Contact |Avoids eye contact. |Some eye contact. |Much eye contact. |Involves audience with eye | |(Degree to which the speaker | | | |contact. | |maintains eye contact with the | | | |...
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