PowerPoint Rubric. By Mr. Free. Introduction. The following slideshow presents a rubric or checklist for a PowerPoint presentation.
By Mr. Free
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The following slideshow presents a rubric or checklist for a PowerPoint presentation.
Suggestion: Before you begin your presentation, become very familiar with Microsoft PowerPoint’s toolbar menu, icons/buttons, how to add a new slide, how to insert Clip Art or Word Art, etc.
Plan: (1) What do we need to know?
I can use multimedia terms to explain projects.
I can create a multimedia product using data to present information.
Do: (2) How will we learn it?
The topic may either be assigned or a list of topics will be given (to choose one).
Create and complete your PowerPoint presentation, according to the following PowerPoint rubric (evaluation).
Study: (3) How will we know if we’ve learned it?
Seven or more slides
Slide 1 is the title slide.
The title of your presentation
Your first and last name
One clip art graphic or picture
Slide 2 is the introduction
Tell the audience/readers what your slideshow will be about.
Rubric – The Middle Slides
For slides 3-5, have a heading (the main idea) and three supporting facts about the main idea.
If you want to have more than seven slides, insert the additional slides after slide 5.
Rubric – The Next to Last Slide
Slide 6, or the next to last slide, is a conclusion.
A slideshow may be concluded in a variety of ways:
A summary of the slideshow
Additional information about the topic
A question or questions
How the topic applies to you
Rubric – The Last Slide
Slide 7, or the last slide, is the Credits slide.
This slide may be called Credits, Works Cited, or Bibliography
List sources used (Microsoft Clip Art, the title and address of a web page, etc.) in alphabetical order.
Remember your name goes on the title slide, not on the credits slide.
Rubric - Appearance
The PowerPoint is to have consistent appearance with same or similar backgrounds, colors, fonts, etc., from slide to slide.
Appropriate fonts and background color contrast should be applied.
Make it look professional.
Rubric – Images (Graphics)
Clip art must be used at least two slides.
One or more appropriate images may be collected from the Internet.
However, correctly reference/list the web page where your retrieved the image.
The correct reference is NOT Google images but the specific web page and Internet address where Google found the image.
Use of Word Art is optional.
Rubric – Animations and Transitions
At least three slides must be animated.
Use of sound is optional but it should appropriately enhance the slide, not something that merely distracts the class. Please keep the volume low.
There must be a transition between each slide.
Middle School Writing Rubric Goal
Demonstrate reasonable control of grammatical conventions, sentence formation, standard usage (including agreement, tense, and case), and mechanics (including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling).