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Activity 9: Words in Your Mouth: Parliamentarian Speech Oral and Written Rubric (T)

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  Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4
Knowledge and Understanding
The student demonstrates understanding of roles, procedures and issues in parliamentary discourse
The student demonstrates limited understanding of the topic. The student demonstrates some understanding of the topic. The student demonstrates moderate understanding of the topic. The student demonstrates thorough understanding of the topic.
Thinking and Inquiry
The student uses planning skills to prepare the speech and includes research and well-organized ideas and information. The student takes purpose and audience into account.
The student uses no or few planning skills and takes purpose and audience into account with little effectiveness. The student uses some planning skills and takes purpose and audience into account with moderate effectiveness. The student uses considerable planning skills and takes purpose and audience into account with considerable effectiveness. The student uses thorough planning skills and takes purpose and audience into account with great effectiveness.
Communication
The student uses appropriate presentation techniques (e.g. clear expression, eye contact, pronunciation, volume, confidence and posture). The student uses appropriate conventions (e.g. spelling, grammar, punctuation and usage).
The student expresses ideas, communicates information and uses conventions with limited effectiveness. The student expresses ideas, communicates information and uses conventions with moderate effectiveness. The student expresses ideas, communicates information and uses conventions with considerable effectiveness. The student expresses ideas, communicates information and uses conventions with great effectiveness.
Application
The student uses oral and written presentation techniques (e.g. rhetorical devices and grammar) effectively.
The student uses presentation techniques with a limited degree of effectiveness The student uses presentation techniques with moderate degree of effectiveness The student uses presentation techniques with considerable effectiveness The student uses presentation techniques with a high degree of effectiveness

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