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How is the Speech Evaluator used in public speaking and communication classes/courses?

Public speaking and communication instructors, teachers, and professors can incorporate the Speech Evaluator in their classes and courses in many different applications and uses.

  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can use the Speech Evaluator to generate evaluations of students' speeches in real time in the classroom while the students are giving the speeches; i.e., the Speech Evaluator is usable for public speaking evaluations (speech assessments, speech critiques, speech evaluations, speech analysis, speech feedback, speech scoring, or oral presentation evaluations).
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor teaching an online course uses the Speech Evaluator to generate online evaluations of videos of speeches given and recorded by students.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can use the Speech Evaluator in the office or at home to generate evaluations of videos of students' speeches recorded in the classroom or by the students on their own.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can use paper public speaking evaluation forms (speech evaluation sheets, speech rubrics, speech evaluation samples, speech evaluation examples, speaker evaluation sheets, speaker evaluation forms, oral presentation rubrics, etc.) during the class while students are giving speeches.  The instructor can then use the Speech Evaluator in the office or at home to convert the paper evaluation forms to interactive online evaluations.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can use the Speech Evaluator in the classroom to show sample evaluations of speeches in order to demonstrate effective and ineffective public speaking practices.  The instructor can use any of the sample evaluations from the website or the instructor's own evaluations generated using the Speech Evaluator.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can assign homework or exercises for students to use the Speech Evaluator to view videos of speeches and to create evaluations for demonstrating effective and ineffective public speaking practices.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can ask students to use the Speech Evaluator to generate evaluations of other students' speeches (peer evaluations) in real time in the classroom while the students are giving the speeches.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can ask students to use the Speech Evaluator at home to generate evaluations of videos of students' speeches recorded in the classroom.
  • An instructor, teacher, or professor can ask students to use the Speech Evaluator at home to evaluate their own speeches.  Students can record their own speeches and use the Speech Evaluator to generate self-evaluations.