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Performance Task Assessment 

PowerPoint Presentation

 Element

Possible
Points

Earned Assessment
 Self
Teacher

Content - Research and Writing

PowerPoint product shows evidence of effective research and understanding of concepts relevant to unit concepts.      
PowerPoint product reflects accurate, specific, purposeful information that is extended and expanded to fully explain the topic.       
Supporting details are used effectively to help explain the concepts.      
There are few grammatical or spelling mistakes and the vocabulary is appropriate to both the content and the audience.      
Capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the presentation.      
Graphics, sounds, animations, and transitions are used appropriately to support/enhance the concepts and do not detract from the presentation.      

Content - Technical Design and Organization

Choice of PowerPoint format is logical and effectively contributes to understanding of the concepts.      
There is a clear beginning, an organized body, and a clear closure.       
Format is well designed (use of color, graphics, sound, animation, transitions, titles, and labels).      
Images and graphics are clear and sound is audible.      
Multimedia product is technically correct (operates with minimal flaws during presentation).      
Length of the multimedia product conforms to allotted time frame.      

Presentation of PowerPoint Production

The purpose of the PowerPoint product is clearly evident to the audience.      
Presenter shows evidence of having rehearsed the production. The presentation flows smoothly with no technical problems.      
Presenter responds well to questions during and/or following the multimedia presentation.      
Presenter checks audience's understanding of concepts following the presentation.      

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