RT Seminar RubricRT Seminar Rubric RT ORAL PRESENTATION CASE STUDY Date Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Faculty Name* First Last Faculty Email* Student Name* First Last Disease*Semester*CategoryEXCELLENT: 10 pts, GOOD: 9 pts, FAIR: 8 pts, POOR: 7 ptsPower Point Presentation*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Presentation is clear, concise and easily understood all of the time. Does not deviate from content. All slides have appropriately sized font to be legible from back of roomGOOD 9 POINTS: Presentation is clear concise and easily understood a majority of the time with minimal deviation from content. Most slides have appropriately sized font to be legible from back of roomFAIR 8 POINTS: Presentation is not clear, wordy and difficult to understand. Frequently deviates from content. Many slides have font too small to be legible from back of roomPOOR 7 POINTS: Presentation is not clear, very wordy and difficult to understand. There is excessive deviation from content. Font size too small throughoutVisual Arts*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Illustrations, animation and transitions enhance the presentation. All illustrations (diagrams, tables, charts, x-rays, etc.) have appropriate contentGOOD 9 POINTS: Illustrations, animation and transitions are appropriate. Most illustrations (diagrams, tables, charts, x-rays, etc.) have appropriate contentFAIR 8 POINTS: There are minimal illustrations, animation and transitions. Some illustrations (diagrams, tables, charts, x-rays, etc.) have appropriate contentPOOR 7 POINTS: None of the illustrations, animation or transitions enhance the presentation.Organization*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Excellent flow and transition from topic to topic. Very organized. Does not refer to notes Refers to slides infrequently. Does not read slides verbatimGOOD 9 POINTS: Good flow and transition from one topic to topic. Organized and refers to slides or other notes infrequently. Reads from slides infrequently.FAIR 8 POINTS: Some difficulty with flow and transition from topic to topic. Disorganized and refers to notes frequently. Reads verbatim from the slides most of the time.POOR 7 POINTS: Poor flow from topic to topic. Very disorganized and reads constantly from notes or slides. Reads verbatim from the slides all the time.Content Knowledge*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Demonstrates full understanding of the case. Demonstrates full understanding of the disease. Answers all questions appropriately.GOOD 9 POINTS: Demonstrates good understanding of the case. Demonstrates good understanding of the disease. Answers majority of questions correctlyFAIR 8 POINTS: Demonstrates some understanding of parts of the case. Demonstrates some understanding of the disease. Answers most questions correctly.POOR 7 POINTS: Does not seem to understand the case. Does not seem to understand the disease. Unable to answer questions correctly.Met with advisor(s)*14+ calendar days ahead = 10 points10 to 13 calendar days = 8 points7 to 9 calendar days = 6 points6 or fewer calendar days (or not at all) = 0 pointsPresentation and Professionalism*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Professional and confident in delivery. Establishes eye contact. Presents with clear voice and excellent pronunciation. Everyone can hear the presentation. Well dressed.GOOD 9 POINTS: Slightly nervous and less confident. Establishes eye contact. Presents with clear voice, good pronunciation. Sufficient presentation volume to be heard throughout the room. Well dressed.FAIR 8 POINTS: Nervous. Little eye contact. Not confident. Difficulty with precise pronunciation Insufficient presentation volume to be heard throughout the room Well dressed.POOR 7 POINTS: Very nervous, does not make eye contact and lacks confidence. Difficult to understand presentation. Imprecise pronunciation. Class cannot hear presentation. Inappropriate dress.Spelling, Abbreviation, and Pronunciation*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: No misspelled words and/or incorrect abbreviations.GOOD 9 POINTS: 1-2 misspelled words and/or incorrect abbreviations.FAIR 8 POINTS: 3-4 misspelled words and/or incorrect abbreviations.POOR 7 POINTS: >5 misspelled words and/or incorrect abbreviations.References*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: 7 total; 5 from refereed journals/books; none older than 5 years; references numbered and appear on slides.GOOD 9 POINTS: 6 total; 4 from refereed journals/books; none older than 5 years; 2 approved website. References list included but references not listed on slides.FAIR 8 POINTS: 5 total; 2 from refereed journals/books; none older than 5 years; 3 approved website. No references included on slidesPOOR 7 POINTS: < 4 refereed journals/books; none older than 5 years; 4 approved websites. No references included on slides.Therapy, Indications, and Patient Data*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Presents a completed slide showing all respiratory therapy modalities with correct indications and patient data. Home and hospital medications listed.GOOD 9 POINTS: Presents a slide that contains respiratory therapy modalities with mostly correct indications and patient data. Home and hospital medications listed.FAIR 8 POINTS: Presents an incomplete slide covering some respiratory therapy modalities with incorrect indications or patient data. Home and hospital medications listed.POOR 7 POINTS: Lacks a slide covering respiratory therapy modalities = 0 points. Home and hospital medications listed.Critical Thinking Skills*EXCELLENT 10 POINTS: Consistently: Interprets/follows evidence Identifies salient argument Analyzes/evaluates other POV Draws warranted conclusion Justifies results/procedures.GOOD 9 POINTS: Does most of the following: Interprets/follows evidence IDs relevant arguments Offers evaluation of other POV Justifies some of results.FAIR 8 POINTS: Does many of the following: Misinterprets evidence Fails to ID relevant arguments Ignores alternative POV Seldom provides justification for procedures Defends views based on preconceptionsPOOR 7 POINTS: Consistently does the following: Offers biased interpretations of evidence Dismisses counter-arguments Ignores alternative POV Argues using fallacious reasoning Defends views based on preconception Is close-minded/hostile toward reasoningCommentsTotal Score*Grade*(Grading: 90-100=A, 80-89=B, 75-79=C, 64-74=D, <64=F) Contact Us Location Urban Life Building 404-413-1225 firstname.lastname@example.org Advisement 404-413-1000 email@example.com Mailing Address Georgia State University Respiratory Therapy P.O. Box 4019 Atlanta, GA 30302-4019 TEAS Exam Respiratory therapy is now requiring undergraduate applicants to take the TEAS Allied Health (formally known as the Hobet). Testing is held at Georgia State, and it will be a computerized proctored test for those applying to the program. View TEAS exam information here.