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Adjudication Criteria. Adequate Introduction Includes general statement of theme or central idea at outset, thereby catching attention and rousing interest Did the speaker make a statement at the beginning of the speech? Was the statement about the theme or central idea?

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Adjudication criteria
Adjudication Criteria

Adequate Introduction

  • Includes general statement of theme or central idea at outset, thereby catching attention and rousing interest

  • Did the speaker make a statement at the beginning of the speech?

  • Was the statement about the theme or central idea?

  • Did the statement make me curious to hear the rest of the speech?


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Adjudication Criteria

EFFECTIVE SPEECH CONSTRUCTION

  • Continuity of thought through unity, coherence, and clarity.

    Is the organization of the speech evident?

  • Can I follow the speaker’s train of thought?

  • Is it easy to follow or do I have to work at it, making inferences and leaps of logic.


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Adjudication Criteria

EFFECTIVE SPEECH CONSTRUCTION

  • Does the speech convince or inform through evidence (quotations, authorities, etc.) and/or reasoning?

  • Did the speaker use external evidence that was convincing or at least compelling?

  • Did the speaker lay out a convincing, logical argument even with or without external evidence?


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Adjudication Criteria

EFFECTIVE CONCLUSION

  • Does the conclusion reinforce the major idea(s) of the speech?


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Adjudication Criteria

DELIVERY

  • Physical poise and gesture

  • Does the speaker project confidence through posture, facial expressions, and gestures?

  • Did the speaker display any nervous energy by pacing, shifting weight, or excessive gestures?

  • Did the speaker display nervousness through overly stiff posture and gestures?


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Adjudication Criteria

DELIVERY

  • Vocal force, fluency, enunciation, and projection

  • Could I hear the speaker?

  • Did the speaker enunciate?

  • Did the speaker include reasonable pauses for effect or was the flow of speech constant and uninterrupted?


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Adjudication Criteria

DELIVERY

  • Eye contact with audience

  • Did the speaker make eye contact with members of the audience?

  • Did the speaker connect with the entire audience at some time during the speech?

  • Was the eye contact fleeting or sustained?


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Adjudication Criteria

DELIVERY

  • Effective use of language

  • Did the speaker overuse any phrases?

  • Did the speaker use any particularly effective metaphors or turns of phrase?


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Adjudication Criteria

TIME INFRACTION

  • Time of less than 2:50 minutes or more than 5:10 minutes shall result in a deduction of 1 rank in the round.


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