13 Informative Presentations Assessment

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Write an Informative Presentation on your 2nd person Instructional Report: How to Sell Your Home.

See the following example:  https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/oerfiles/technical+writing/Example+Informative+Oral+Presentation+Installing+a+hard+drive.doc

Submit your presentation to the Discussion Board under the corresponding forum.

Be sure to end your assignment with a question, reply to another student’s presentation, and end the reply with a question.



Grading Rationale:

Introduction expresses the MORE+E Principle:  Meaningful, Open, Relates to past, your Expertise, and Evaluation.  Do not  include the evaluation in the written presentation.


The evaluation is for you to know your audience and the location of the presentation.   

15 out of 85

Body: Tells your audience what you want them to know. Steps followed in order. (This is the instructions.)     

40 out of 85

Conclusion: Briefly restate the steps.

10 out of 85

At no time does the presentation express the benefits or consequences of using the procedure.  You are simply presenting the steps to a procedure.  

Ten points will be deducted from the grade for relating to the benefits or consequences.

10 points deducted from 85

Language, punctuation, and sentence structure.

10 out 85

End original post with a meaningful question that relates to the assignment.

5 out of 5

Reply to another post with a thoughtful reply that relates to the student’s post.   

5 out of 5

End reply with a meaningful question that relates to the student’s post.

5 out of 5



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