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Rcism In The Presidential Election Of Obama 2008

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Oral Presentation I
| |Beginning |Novice |Proficient |Exemplary |
| |The presentation is at a |The presentation may show |The presentation is |The presentation is exemplary |
| |beginning stage. |flashes of quality, but could |acceptable, but could be | |
| | |be improved in several |improved in a few important | |
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|with some lapses. |the topic. |
| |persuasively. |The main points are not clearly|The speaker's main points are|The speaker's main points are |
| | |stated or persuasive. |clear but are not persuasive.|logical and persuasive. |
|Organization, |No introduction is used to|The introduction is unclear or |The introduction states the |The introduction captures |
|Mechanics, |capture audience |fails to capture audience |purpose but does not capture |audience attention and gives a |
|and Vocabulary |attention. |attention. |the attention of the |clear statement of purpose. |
| |The body of the |The body of the presentation is|audience. |The main part of the |
| |presentation needs |confusing with limited |The main part of the |presentation is well organized,|
| |organization and |supporting details. |presentation is organized and|sequential, and well supported |
| |supporting details. |The closing is unclear or does |sequential with some |by detail. |
| |A suitable closing is |not include many of the major |supporting details. |The closing provides a thorough|
| |missing. |points. |The closing provides a basic |summary of all of the major |
| |The speaker has not |The speaker's topic related |summary of the most major |points. |
| |mastered key words and |vocabulary is limited. |points. |The speaker demonstrates a rich|
| |phrases relevant to the | |Vocabulary is appropriate to |vocabulary appropriate to the |
| |topic. | |the topic, with some lapses. |topic. |
|Illustration |No presentation aids. |Presentation aids do not |Presentation aids are |Presentation aids are clearly |
| | |enhance audience understanding |appropriate to the topic but |linked to the material, well |
| | |or are confusing. |are not well integrated into |executed, and informative to |
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