The directory includes form title such as: speech critique form, speech critique sheet, speech evaluation form, speech evaluation rubric, speech evaluation sheet, public speaking evaluation form, public speaking evaluation rubric, public speaking evaluation sheet, public speaking rubric, speaker feedback form, presentation assessment form, presentation evaluation form, presentation evaluation rubric, oral presentation assessment rubric, oral presentation evaluation form, and oral presentation rubric.
The number of evaluation criteria and number of rankings used in the form give an idea of how detailed and granular the evaluation form is. Examples of evaluation criteria are: eye contact, vocal quality, organization, and evidence. Examples of rankings are: excellent, good, fair, and poor. In the current release of the directory, the lowest number of evaluation criteria is three, the maximum is 83, the average is eighteen, and the mean is fifteen; the largest number of rankings is eleven, the lowest is two, the average is five, and the median is five.
The most common file types are PDF and DOC. The most common domain is EDU with 60 percent of the forms.
The directory may be sorted by form title, number of evaluation criteria, number of rankings, file type, domain, or source name.
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Rate Speeches offers an alternative to speech evaluation forms, its web-based public speaking evaluation tool called the Speech Evaluator (www.RateSpeeches.com/
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