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  1. Determining Accuracy of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  2. Determining Relevancy of Delivery Style
    Do the speaker's posture, bodily movement, facial expressions and eye contact complement and enhance the verbal message?

          

  3. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is each main point supported by equal amounts of information creating a balance of content in the body of the speech?

          

  4. Determining Accuracy of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  5. Determining Logical Delivery
    Does the attire worn by the speaker contradict with the overall tone established for the message thereby detracting from speaker credibility or does it complement the tone for the message and enhance speaker credibility?

          

  6. Determining Accuracy of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  7. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  8. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  9. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are visual aids/presentation aids timed appropriately during the speech to correspond to the point being addressed?

          

  10. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Is supporting material (i.e. illustrations, descriptions and explanations, definitions, analogies, statistics and opinions) used appropriately to clarify the message?

          

  11. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are signposts (previews, summaries, transitions) used effectively to contribute to the audience receiving a coherent message?

          

  12. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  13. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  14. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the information provided for each oral citation sufficient for listeners to easily verify the credibility and reliability of the reference materials?

          

  15. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are signposts (previews, summaries, transitions) used effectively to contribute to the audience receiving a coherent message?

          

  16. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  17. Determining Relevancy of Delivery Style
    Do the speaker's posture, bodily movement, facial expressions and eye contact complement and enhance the verbal message?

          

  18. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  19. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are signposts (previews, summaries, transitions) used effectively to contribute to the audience receiving a coherent message?

          

  20. Determining Sufficiency/Depth of Delivery
    Do the speaker's posture, bodily movement, facial expressions and eye contact complement and enhance the verbal message?

          

  21. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Is the body of the speech organized in a pattern that is logical to accomplish the specific purpose for the speech?

          

  22. Determining Clarity of Delivery
    Does the attire worn by the speaker contradict with the overall tone established for the message thereby detracting from speaker credibility or does it complement the tone for the message and enhance speaker credibility?

          

  23. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  24. Determining Logical Delivery
    Do the speaker's posture, bodily movement, facial expressions and eye contact complement and enhance the verbal message?

          

  25. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Is information (i.e. illustrations, descriptions and explanations, definitions, analogies, statistics and opinions) in the sub points related to each main point?

          

  26. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  27. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  28. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Does the attention getter of the speech establish a clear connection/relationship to the topic to be addressed?

          

  29. Determining Clarity of Delivery
    Does the attire worn by the speaker contradict with the overall tone established for the message thereby detracting from speaker credibility or does it complement the tone for the message and enhance speaker credibility?

          

  30. Determining Accuracy of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  31. Determining Accuracy of Information/Support
    Are oral citations incorporated so the audience can verify the accuracy of the information and to avoid plagiarizing?

          

  32. Determining Relevancy of Delivery Style
    Is the speaker's attire appropriate for the audience, the occasion, and for the assignment requirements?

          

  33. Determining Logical Delivery
    Does tone of the message that is created by the nonverbal physical and nonverbal vocal qualities contradict the verbal message or does it make sense for the message created for the audience and the occasion?

          

  34. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are audience analysis survey results used to forge a direct relationship between the topic and the audience?

          

  35. Determining Information/Support Relevancy
    Are signposts (previews, summaries, transitions) used effectively to contribute to the audience receiving a coherent message?

          

  36. Determining Sufficiency/Depth of Delivery
    Does the speaker vary the tone, pitch, rate and volume to distinguish the salient points from the minor points of the message?

          

  37. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  38. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Are the main points of the speech previewed in the last sentence of the introduction?

          

  39. Determining Clarity of Information/Support
    Is the specific purpose statement for the speech clearly stated in the introduction of the speech?

          

  40. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the information/support in the speech from credible and reliable sources of information?

          

  41. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Are all relevant points of view relating to the problem addressed?

          

  42. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Does the conclusion logically follow from the support presented in the body of the speech?

          

  43. Determining Logic of Information/Support
    Are visual/presentational aids used when necessary to clarify information in the speech?

          

  44. Determining Sufficiency (Depth and Breadth) of Information/Support
    Is the amount of support/information sufficient to clarify each main point (Roman numerals) for your audience?

          

  45. Determining Clarity of Delivery
    Does the speaker use vocal variety (i.e. variations in rate, pitch, and volume) to achieve a dynamic and conversational delivery style that supports and clarifies the verbal message?