Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Speech self assessment

Name: Liam McPherson
Speech Topic: Marijuana should not be legalised in NZ.     

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Score
Organisation
Introduction
Introduction Confusing or misleading
Introduces Topic
Introduction grabs the audience’s attention
Introduction is dynamic and electrifies the audience
3
Body
Body of speech is not related to topic
Link ideas
Makes Key connections between ideas
Excellent flow of ideas
3
Conclusion
Simple sign off only
Concludes topic with a statement
Links well to introduction
Powerful and dramatic conclusion
3
Content
Speech does not address topic or show evidence of research, has no clear message
Has a message but requires more explanation and research
Subject is addressed , message is delivered and shows evidence of research
The subject is addressed clearly and shows evidence of thorough research, the message is strong and clear.
3
Appropriateness of the speech topic
Topic was not appropriate or did not appeal to the audience
Topic had some appeal to audience.
Topic appealed and was appropriate for the audience
Topic was very appealing and had the audience spellbound
3
Delivery
Volume and Pace
Could not be clearly heard. Spoke too fast or too slow or  was very hesitant
Could be heard by some of the audience. Correct pace some of the time
Could be heard by most of the audience. Correct pace most of the time
Could be heard clearly by all the audience and was always at the correct pace
4
Gestures
None
Used a few gestures. Or used too many gestures
Used some gestures appropriately
Used appropriate gestures effectively
3
Body Stance
Body movements  detracted form the speech
Nervous or agitated at times
Often showed confident or appropriate body stance
Consistently showed confident and appropriate body stance
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Voice
Speaks without any expression, change of tone or pace
Changed tone, pace, paused or used expression
Used tone, pace, pause or expression most of the time
Used tone, pace expression, and pause to enhance the delivery of their speech.
3
Eye Contact
Did not make eye contact
Looks at some of the audience some of the time
Looks at some of the audience most of the time
Uses eye contact effectively to engage all the audience
3
X Factor
Award up to 10 points for the overall impression, impact, uniqueness or power of the speech and its presentation.
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Comment:
Total
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