Evaluation Form: Oral Presentation on Zoo Animal
Introduction: Does the beginning set the tone of
the presentation? Is the length appropriate?
Each student will research a zoo animal, including its habitat requirements
(food, water, shelter, space), enclosure size, habits, and interesting
Each student will design a zoo enclosure to meet their animal's requirements.
Each student will give a three to five minute oral report on their zoo
Each student must tell how their zoo animal fits into the overall habitat
of the exhibit (e.g., Arctic, Australian, South American Rainforest, African
Grassland, American Prairie, or Aquatic).
Each student will answer questions from the audience (i.e., visitors
to the zoo) in addition to the three to five minute presentation.
Material: Did the student adequately research
the zoo animal? Did the student explain how their zoo enclosure provides
for the animal's needs?
Interpretation: Does the student's presentation
show that the student practiced?
Delivery: Does the student speak smoothly, loudly,
Audience: Does the student keep eye contact
with the audience? How can the student improve audience participation?
Does the student ask for questions from the audience?
I rank this student________________ Scale: 100-90=A (Excellent), 89-80=B
(Above Average), 79-70=C (Average), 69-60 (Needs Improvement)
Date Update: January 18, 2001