History of Britain

The history of Britain shaped the language people speak in the British Isles nowadays.

In grops of three, the students will have to make a presentation to the rest of the class using a power point file about one of the topics below:

  • The three students will speak at the presentation;
  • The information will suit the topic they have to present;
  • Each slide in the presentation  will have only relevant information (no more than 3 or 4 points).
 

POOR

(1)

NEEDS IMPROVEMENT     (1.5)

GOOD

(2)

OUTSTANDING

(2.5)

CONTENT QUALITY

(group)

Not organised.

Little information covered.

Very superficial.

Not very organised.

Covered some information requested, but no depth.

 

Well organised,

Covered infomation requested, but not in depth.

Well organised.

Everything was covered and give enough explanations and examples.

 

SLIDE SHOW

(Group)

Very few slides.

Not engaging.

No pictures nor graphics.

Insufficient slides for the content.

Few pictures and graphics.

No clear organisation.

Enough slides to present every point.

Variety of  pictures and formats.

Organised.

Enough slides to present every point.

Variety of pictures, graphics and formats.

Perfectly organised.

Engage the audition's attention.

ORAL PRESENTATION

(individual)

Not intelligibly. No fluency.

Many grammatical errors and lack of vocabulary.

Difficult to understand at times.

Some grammatical errors and some mistakes with vocab.

Quite fluent.

The mistakes are few.

No hesitations.

Very fluent with almost no problems of vocabulary or grammar.

WORK SHARE

(group)

The members of the group do not have enough information to present the topic Not all the members of the group have acquired the knowledge to present the topic. Equal share of work and equal knowledge, though not in the same depth. All the members have acquired the knowledge needed to present the topic.

 

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