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Real World Learning Objects: Language Arts

Developing a Speech Outline

 

Assessment

 

   The following assessment materials will assist in grading this assignment.  The completed outline is worth a total of 24 points.

 

The following matrix should be utilized in determining the quality of the completed outline.

 

Skill

Below—0

Low—1

Moderate—2

High—3

Total Score

Thesis:

 

No thesis statement provided.

There is a thesis statement provided, but it does not resonate with the context of the speech.

The thesis statement correlates with some of the intent of the speech context.

The thesis statement is compelling and strongly summarizes the idea of the speech.

 

Introduction

There is no introduction identified.

An introduction is identified but does not capture any of the actual speech.

The introduction is presented and captures some of the opening remarks.

The introduction is captured identical to the finished speech.

 

Body

(Up to 9 points, 3 for each preposition identified)

 

Additional 1 point for each transition identified.

The body of the speech is not identified.

The body is identified but inconsistent with the points being made. 

Prepositions are identified but could be stated more clearly

(2 points each)

The body is identified in a compelling manner, identifying at least three of the speeches main prepositions.

(3 points each)

 

Conclusion

There is no conclusion identified.

A conclusion is identified but does not capture any of the actual speech.

The conclusion is presented and captures some of the closing remarks.

The conclusion is captured identical to the finished speech.

 

References:

No references are cited.

References are cited but not in proper format.

One reference is cited in proper format.

Two references are cited in proper format.

 

TOTAL

 

24