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Informative Presentation Peer Evaluation Form

Source: Schaller, K. (2002). Principles of Effective Public Speaking: Student Workbook. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.

 

Speaker:_________________________________________ Date: _______________________

Evaluate another speaker in your class, using the criteria listed below. Be sure to make at least two significant, constructive comments in each section. Give the speaker feedback on what you liked about the presentation as well as suggestions for improvement.

Content and Organization                                                            Comments

 

_____ Effective attention getter

_____ Thesis statement was evident

_____ Preview statement was clear

_____ Main points and subpoints were clear, substantive

_____ Supporting evidence was provided and sources cited

_____ Presentation was organized well

_____ Review of major points included in conclusion

_____ Concluding statement - presentation ended smoothly

 

Delivery                                                                                             Comments

____ Extemporaneous delivery; speaker was enthusiastic about topic

____ Appropriate and effective eye contact

____ Appropriate vocal variety (rate, pitch, volume)

____ Appropriate and effective gestures and movement

____ Appropriate and effective use of language

____ Appropriate and effective articulation and pronunciation of words

____ Absence of vocalized pauses

____ Visual aids were easily seen by audience

____ Visual aids provided additional information and were effective



Describe what you learned from this presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What did you like about this presentation?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What suggestions do you have for this speaker for the next presentation?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What grade would you give this presentation? A B C D F



 

Your name: ___________________________________ 

Your points (to be determined by instructor):_______

 

Source: Schaller, K. (2002). Principles of Effective Public Speaking: Student Workbook. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.

 

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