Part 1: Slides Title Slide with the title of your selected research, your name, and Date5Minimum of 5 slides: (Max of 8 slides, not including introductions and references); supporting details; the knowledge you’ve gained from your global warning research; conclusion; and, references cited at the end of your presentation20ClipArt on at least 3 of the slides5Slide Transitions10Animation10Design Theme10Follows 7 X 7 Rule (number of points on a single slide)10Part 2: Oral PresentationThe following assessment rubric is used to evaluate the student’s ability to communicate verbally effectively using PowerPoint.AreasExemplary (10.00)Acceptable (5.00)Unacceptable (1.00)OrganizationThe presentation is carefully organized and provided convincing evidence to support conclusions.The presentation has a focus and provided some evidence which supports conclusions.No apparent organization. Evidence is not used to support assertions.ContentThe content is accurate and complete. Listeners are likely to gain new insights about the topic. i.e., speakers knowledge of subject matterThe content is generally accurate, but incomplete. Listeners may learn some isolated facts, but they are unlikely to gain new insightsThe content is inaccurate or overly general. Listeners are unlikely to learn anything or may be misled.DeliveryThe speaker is relaxed and comfortable. Speaks without undue reliance on notes, and interacts with listeners, i.e., eye contactThe speaker is generally relaxed and comfortable; but too often relies on notes. Listeners are sometimes ignored or misunderstood.The speaker appears anxious and uncomfortable. And reads notes, rather than speaks. Listeners are largely ignored.