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Name___________________________________________________ Class_____________ Date___________ Unit 5: Summative Assessment

Task: You will write a persuasive speech, an inspirational speech, and/or one that paints a picture of the human condition incorporating
rhetorical devices, persuasive language and a concentration on universal themes from the list below. Please use the rubric below to
see how you will be assessed. Universal themes you may want to write your speech about are:
That which is important is invisible to the eye. Individuality in the Friendship and love.
crowd.

Compassion for others. Perseverance Loss of innocence.

Any other idea you feel is important in society. This must be Peer pressure Loss/separation .
cleared with your teacher before you begin crafting.

Create

Outcome Target Not Yet Meets Standards Exceeds Standards

Create a product or See below Student expresses an idea using the basic Student experiments with style/format and elements of a
expresses an idea using the on ways to style/format and included required elements of a specific genre to produce an original piece.
features of a given genre improve specific genre.

Ways to improve this outcome: ____ review the task and sample to format your response, _____engages the audience with a variety of rhetorical strategies
(3 or more) that are appropriate and effective in creating a connection with the audience, _____tone matches the seriousness of speech.
____ other:

Communicate

Outcome Target Not Yet Meets Standards Exceeds Standards

Presents with See below Student is composed and demonstrates clear Student is composed and demonstrates clear articulation through proper
command over on ways to articulation through proper volume, precise volume, precise pronunciation, and steady pacing. Student is comfortable in
voice and gestures improve pronunciation, and steady pacing. Student is front of an audience and shows enthusiasm for the topic. Although there is
comfortable in front of an audience and shows consistent use of direct eye contact with the audience, the student may still
enthusiasm for the topic. return to her notes.

Ways to improve this outcome: ____ speak clearly so all can hear, ____ use precise pronunciation, ______ slow down when speaking, _____ shows enthusiasm for the
topic, _____ use of direct eye contact with the audience, ____ other:
Argue

Learning Target Not Yet Meets Standards Exceeds Standards

Formulates written Student is able to produce a basic argument. She Student produces an exceptionally strong argument by
or verbal develops her topic with facts, details, quotations, or using the most effective and relevant facts, details,
arguments to other specific information. There is an attempt at and quotations. Respectful and clear language is used
support claims
acknowledging the oppositions possible counter when introducing the oppositions possible counter
with clear reasons,
sound logic, and argument. argument. Explains in their rebuttal why the
relevant evidence oppositions counter argument is flawed.

Ways to improve this outcome:____ use stronger evidence (such as the most relevant and effective facts, details, and quotations), _____ make sure the audience
understands your position clearly, _____ include a counter argument that explains the other sides position, _____ write a stronger rebuttal that discusses why the other
position is wrong or flawed, _____ other:

Communicate

Learning Target Not Yet Meets Standards Exceeds Standards

Produces clear Students purpose for writing is clear and the Students purpose for writing is clear and information is sequenced in
and organized information within and across paragraphs a way that shows an awareness of how the reader will move through
writing follows a logical sequence. the text. There are some gaps in information, but the idea is mostly
clear.

Ways to improve this outcome:____ speech follows a logical progression, ____ thesis statement is strong and in your own words, ___provided the
audience with most of the information they need to understand the context of the topic, ____ your argument needs to be clear to the reader,
____ conclusion uses different language than the introduction, ____ as a result of thoughtful transitions, there are no gaps in the information provided in the
speech, _____ other: