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Rubrics

Evidence of "Proficient" Performance on Project:

• Is the project written in a business context?

• Was your project grounded in various types of research?

• Would a business person be engaged by your message and learn valuable lessons?

• Did you and your group critically analyze your personalities and predispositions and make reasonable adjustments?

Rubrics:

Element Performance Level

 

Novice

Basic

Advancing

Proficient

Exceptional

Writing

 

Creates cohesive paragraphs that develop a central idea with consistent use of English

Demonstrates fundamental understanding of the elements of writing language, sentence structure, conventions, and overall organization

Uses appropriate language, style, overall organizational structure and conventions to convey information

Exhibits ability to write narrative, informational and descriptive forms using Business English

Uses specific details creatively to engage reader and convey meaning

Craftsman-ship

Demonstrates minimal attention to quality and presentation

Produces work which follows stated guidelines

Shows care and effort in execution of project

Executes work which is virtually error free, neat, polished and well crafted

Creates an unusual or unique and creative project

Evidence

 

Lists random examples or evidence

Uses appropriate evidence or examples

Uses evidence from primary and secondary sources. Cites resources in order to determine validity

Shows the connection between evidence cited and assertions. Cites a variety of resources appropriately

Incorporates evidence into project in a smooth coherent manner and critically evaluates and justifies the evidence chosen

Grading Sheet for International Business Cultural Project

Country__________________ Period______

Team Members

_________________ _________________ _________________ _________________

The Manual (_____/160 Points)

• Is the project written in a business context?

• Was your project grounded in various types of research?

• Would a businessperson be engaged by your message and learn valuable lessons?

 

 

 

Time, Monetary Denomination, Holidays, Work week & Background

 

 

 

Cultural Influences on Business

Consider taboos, class distinctions, greetings, language, direct and indirect communication, high vs low context cultures, nonverbal communication, negotiations, religion influence, etc).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Political Influences on Business

(Consider type of political system, political risk, and trade barriers)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three Most Difficult Adjustments (____/90)

• Did you critically analyze your personality and predispositions and make reasonable adjustments?

• Were the comments original, detailed and achievable? Your comments will not be from any outside sources since they are from you.

 

Overall Grade (__________/250)

Presentation Rubric

International Business Presentation Rubric

 

Element                                              Performance Level

 

Below Basic

Basic

Proficient

Exceptional

Explanation of Analysis

does not present analysis or findings clearly, concisely, and logically; argument lacks supporting evidence; audience cannot follow the line of reasoning

selects information, develops ideas and uses a style inappropriate to the purpose, task, and audience (may be too much or too little information, or the wrong approach)

presents analysis and supporting evidence in a way that is not always clear, concise, and logical; line of reasoning is sometimes hard to follow

attempts to select information, develop ideas and use a style appropriate to the purpose, task, and audience but does not fully succeed

presents analysis and supporting evidence clearly and logically; audience can follow the line of reasoning

selects information, develops ideas and uses a style appropriate to the purpose and audience


 

presents analysis and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically; audience can easily follow the line of reasoning

selects information, develops ideas and uses a style appropriate to the purpose, task, and audience AND is convincing/ persuasive in its recommendation to the board of directors.

Voice & Body Language

does not look at audience; reads notes or slides

mumbles or speaks too quickly or slowly or speaks too softly to be understood

frequently uses “filler” words (“uh, um, so ,and, like, etc)

does not use gestures or movements

lacks poise and confidence (fidgets, slouches, appears nervous)

is not wearing business attire. Wears clothing inappropriate for the occasion

makes infrequent eye contact; reads notes or slides most of the time

speaks loudly enough for the audience to hear most of the time, but may speak in a monotone

occasionally uses filler words

uses a few gestures or movements but they do not look natural

shows some poise and confidence, (only a little fidgeting or nervous movement)

makes some attempt to wear clothing appropriate for the occasion

keeps eye contact with audience most of the time; only glances at notes or slides

speaks loudly enough for everyone to hear; changes tone and pace to maintain interest

rarely uses filler words

uses natural gestures and movements

looks poised and confident

wears clothing appropriate for the occasion

is convincing and confident in persuading the BoD to accept the analysis.

speaks loudly enough for everyone to hear; changes tone and pace to maintain interest

keeps eye contact with audience most of the time; only glances at notes or slides

rarely uses filler words

uses natural gestures and movements

looks poised and confident

wears clothing appropriate for the occasion

Presentation Aids

 

attempts to use PowerPoint or other presentation application, but it is not helpful, is full of errors in spelling, grammar, or facts, and/or is messy and poorly designed

uses presentation app, but it may sometimes distract from or not add to the presentation

sometimes has trouble bringing audio/visual aids or media smoothly into the presentation

presentation app does not help demonstrate the evidence for the team’s analysis

uses presentation app to support team’s analysis, reasoning, and evidence, and to add interest

visual aids are integrated well into the presentation and support the overall analysis.

uses well-produced audio/visual aids or media to support and  enhance team’s analysis, and evidence, and to add interest

visual aids are integrated well into the presentation and support the overall analysis.

Response to Audience Questions

does not address audience questions (goes off topic or misunderstands without seeking clarification)

answers audience questions, but not always clearly or completely

answers audience questions clearly and completely

seeks clarification, admits “I don’t know” or explains how the answer might be found when unable to answer a question

answers audience questions clearly and completely AND persuasively

seeks clarification, admits “I don’t know” or explains how the answer might be found when unable to answer a question

Participation of Team

Members

Not all team members participate; only one or two speak

All team members participate, but not equally

All team members participate for about the same length of time

Some team members are able to answer questions about the topic as a whole, not just their part of it

All team members participate and are persuasive and engaging

All team members are able to answer questions about the topic as a whole, not just their part of it