Bioterrorism, Public Health and the Law 
Law 801: Health Care Law Seminar
Professor Vernellia R. Randall

Oral Report Rubric


Lesson Schedule
00: Intro to the Course
01: Intro to the Problem
02: Public Health System
03: Real Threat?
04: Public Health Law
05: Disease-Reporting
06: Quarantine
07: Model Act
08: Military Presence
09: Health Law Revisited


Possible Points
Presentation was well planned and coherent. Student presents information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow. Clear purpose and subject.  Pertinent examples, facts, and/or statistics. Conclusions/ideas are supported by evidence. Major ideas summariezed and audience left with full understanding of presenter's position. Provided depth in coverage of topic. 40

 Student demonstrates full knowledge (more than required) by answering all class questions with explanations and elaboration. Personal experience integrated where relevant and appropriate. Explanations and reasons given for conclusions. 
 Relaxed, self-confident and appropriately dressed for purpose or audience. Builds trust and holds attention by direct eye contact with all parts of audience. Fluctuation in volume and inflection help to maintain audience interest and emphasize key points. 20
Visual Aids were clear and useful. Handout(s) were useful for others interested in topic.
Bibliographic information for others was complete.
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