Sukh

Topics: Nonverbal communication, Eye contact, Facial expression Pages: 5 (1464 words) Published: July 3, 2013
Group Discussion Rubric:-

ATTRIBUTE| EMERGING| COMPETENT| EXEMPLARY|
LISTENING| Recognizes and responds to others speaking. | Uses and practices listening processes regularly. | Habitually uses listening processes. | NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION Eye contact, gestures, posture, facial expression, voice. | Comprehends some information from non-verbal cues. | Draws accurate conclusions from body language and facial expressions. | Able to recognize and use subtle non-verbal communication cues. | CO-OPERATION| Sometimes shows ability to wait to give appropriate verbal / non-verbal responses. | Usually shows ability to wait to give appropriate verbal / non-verbal responses. | Habitually shows ability to wait with openness and awareness to give appropriate verbal / non-verbal responses. | PARTICIPATION Tells thoughts, feelings, ideas so others understand. | Rarely talks during the discussion or talk is off the subject. Offers few ideas to the discussion. | Shares freely and explains with details. Makes connections to what others say. | Talk inspires others. Supports and leads others in discussion. |

Debate Rubric:-

  | Levels of Performance|
Criteria| 1| 2| 3| 4|
1. Organization and Clarity: Viewpoints and responses are outlined both clearly and orderly.| Unclear in most parts| Clear in some parts but not over all| Most clear and orderly in all parts| Completely clear and orderly presentation| 2. Use of Arguments: Reasons are given to support viewpoint.| Few or no relevant reasons given| Some relevant reasons given| Most reasons given: most relevant| Most relevant reasons given in support| 3. Use of Examples and Facts: Examples and facts are given to support reasons.| Few or no relevant supporting examples/facts| Some relevant examples/facts given| Many examples/facts given: most relevant| Many relevant supporting examples and facts given| 4. Use of Rebuttal: Arguments made by the other teams are responded to and dealt with effectively.| No effective counter-arguments made| Few effective counter-arguments made| Some effective counter-arguments made| Many effective counter-arguments made| 5. Presentation Style: Tone of voice, use of gestures, and level of enthusiasm are convincing to audience.| Few style features were used; not convincingly| Few style features were used convincingly| All style features were used, most convincingly| All style features were used convincingly|

Debate Rubric:-
Levels of Performance for AFFIRMATIVE Team
Criteria| 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 | Grade: |
1. Organization & Clarity: Main arguments and responses are outlined in a clear and orderly way. | Completely clear and orderly presentation | Mostly clear and orderly in all parts | Clear in some parts but not overall | Unclear and disorganized throughout | | 2. Use of Argument: Reasons are given to support the resolution | Very strong and persuasive arguments given throughout | Many good arguments given, with only minaor problems | Some decent arguments, but some significant problems | Few or no real arguments given, or all arguments given had significant problems | | 3. Use of cross-examination and rebuttal: Identification of weakness in Negative team’s arguments and ability to defend itself against attack. | Excellent cross-exam and defense against Negative team’s objections | Good cross-exam and rebuttals, with only minor slip-ups | Decent cross-exam and/or rebuttals, but with some significant problems | Poor cross-exam or rebuttals, failure to point out problems in Negative team’s position or failure to defend itself against attack. | | 4. Presentation Style: Tone of voice, clarity of expression, precision of arguments all contribute to keeping audience’s attention and persuading them of the team’s case. | All style features were used convincingly | Most style features were used convincingly | Few style features were used convincingly | Very few...
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