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Scoring Rubric for Case Presentation

Total
Category Scoring Criteria Points Score
Organization Information is presented in a logical sequence. 10
(15 points) Presentation appropriately cites requisite number of 5
references.
Introduction is attention-getting, lays out the problem/ case 5
well.
Technical terms are well-defined in language appropriate 5
for the target audience.
Content Presentation contains accurate information. 10

(40 points) Appropriate amount of material is prepared, and points 10


made reflect well their relative importance.
There is an obvious conclusion summarizing the 10
presentation.
Speaker maintains good eye contact with the audience. 5
(e.g., gestures, moving around, etc.).
Student staff nurse uses a clear, audible voice. 5
Delivery is controlled and smooth. 5
Presentation
Visual aids are well prepared, informative, effective, and 5
(25 points) not distracting.
Length of presentation is within the assigned time limits. 5
Mastery of the Student staff nurse can relate to the case that is being 10
discussed or presented.
subject
Student staff nurse demonstrates full knowledge (more 10
(20 points) than required) by answering all questions with
explanations and elaboration.
Score Total Points 100

Scoring Rubric for Health Teaching

Total
Category Scoring Criteria Points Score
NONVERBAL EYE CONTACT
SKILLS Holds attention of entire audience with the use of direct 10
(30 points) eye contact.
BODY LANGUAGE
Made movements or gestures that enhances articulation. 10
POISE
Student displays relaxed, self-confident nature about self, 10
with no mistakes.
VERBAL SKILLS ENTHUSIASM
(30 points) Significantly increases patient understanding and 10
knowledge of topic; convinces an audience to recognize
the validity and importance of the subject.
ELOCUTION
Student uses a clear voice and correct, precise 10
pronunciation and use of terms that the patient can
understand during the health teaching.
CONTENT SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE
(40 points) Student demonstrates full knowledge by explanations and 20
elaboration when asked about the topic.
ORGANIZATION
Student presents information in logical, interesting 20
sequence which the patient can follow.
Score Total Points 100
Question and Answer/ Oral Recitation Scoring Rubric

Subject Conventions Eye Contact Reference Overall Quality


Knowledge
3 Student Excellent Student Student is able Meets and/or
demonstrates grasp of maintains eye to use exceeds
full public contact with specific expectations
knowledge by speaking. audience evidence/ on all
answering Clear research and questions and
questions with enunciation, experiences answers.
explanations steady to answer Creative
and pace, and questions. thinking, time
elaboration. confidence. management
pattern,
pride, and
attention to
details are
highly
apparent.

2 Student shows Adequate Student Student is All elements of


adequate comfort occasionally able to cite a the
knowledge by good makes eye reference to above are
answering enunciation contact with support their present during
questions with and the audience answers. the question
few details pace, but not and answer,
or elaboration as clearly but to a lesser
polished or degree of
presented. excellence.

1 Student shows Inaudible Student Student is not Question and


little and/or responds with able to cite a answer
knowledge by uninterested. little or no eye reference to portion did not
answering Significantly contact support their provide
questions with short with the answers. any additional
little to no responses audience insight or
detail or thought to the
elaboration overall
product. Little
or no
evidence of a
clear
understanding
of the
questions and
presentation
topic.

Total Score: __________ points

Transmutation of Score to Rating

Score 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6
Rating 100 97 94 91 87 84 81 79 76 75