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Speech Evaluation



Date: _________________________

  Class: _________________________


Rating Scale: 1-2 Poor 3-4 Fair 5-6 Average 7-8 Good 9-10 Superior NA -- Not Applicable

Speaker's Name:

________________________________________________



Evaluator's Name: ________________________________________________    

 
Comments
The
Speaker:
1. introduced self 1.  ________
2. understood the material well 2.  ________
3. spoke slowly enough 3.  ________
4. looked at the audience 4.  ________
5. looked confident 5.  ________
6. spoke loudly enough 6.  ________
 
The
Presentation:
7. made plain right away what was being proposed 7.  ________
8. offered good reasons 8.  ________
9. defined difficult or technical words 9.  ________
10. backed the reasons with evidence 10. ________
11. mentioned and replied to pertinent objections 11. ________
12. seemed feasible in this case 12. ________
13. made plain the need for action 13. ________
14. was organized and easily followed 14. ________
15. made a call for action 15. ________
16. was suitable for the particular audience 16. ________
 
The
Questions:
17. were answered clearly 17. ________
18. were answered substantively 18. ________
 
The
Visuals:
19. effective 19. ________
20. were integrated into the presentation 20. ________
 
 
 
Source: UMD Department of Composition, n.d. (Original place of publication unknown.)

 

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