Presentation Evaluation Checklist-Rating Scale

Presentation Evaluation Checklist-Rating Scale

Presentor: Evaluator: Date:

 

Type of Presentation:

[   ] Reporting                                          [   ] Lecture                                   [   ] Speech

[   ] Welcome Remarks                           [   ] Opening Remarks                   [   ] Closing Remarks

[   ] Others

 

Key

Meaning

A

Adequate, Acceptable

I

Inadequate, Insufficient, Major Improvement Needed

NA

Not applicable, Not assessed

 

Parameter for Assessment

A

I

NA

Remarks

Greetings and Salutations        
with concise greetings and salutations        
Introduction        
– with clearly expressed objectives of presentation        
– with objectives of presentation suitable to type of audience        
– with delimitation of objectives because of time allotment        
Body        
contents congruent with expressed objectives        
contents adequate within the time allotment        
– contents adequate based on type of audience        
– contents systematically presented / organized        
– contents clearly explained and presented        
– contents easy to understand        
Closing        
– with clear summary and conclusion        
summary and conclusion tied to expressed objectives        
Visual aids (digital slides and other types)        
– clear / promote understanding        
– clean / not jampacked        
Answering questions        
– direct to the point        
– clear answers        
Delivery        
– with confidence        
– with eye contact        
– with voice loud enough        
– with clear pronunciation / intonation        
– completed within the time allotment        
Achievement of Objectives of Presentation (Overall)        

 

Other observations, remarks, feedback and suggestions:

 

 

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