This is a really helpful rubric that I use with my main VOICE projects in drama class.
It could also work for any oral presentation - I've even used it in English class.
It gets the students to peer-assess at the top.
I secretly assign a student to mark the presenter - they have to write at least two comments for + (things they did well) and things they need to work on.
They give the student a mark out of 10 - they're usually REALLY accurate...I let them know that this mark doesn't count, it's just used for feedback purposes.
Then I get the student to fill out the bottom box on what they need to improv on.
I give them a mark out of 10 at the bottom, based on the criteria listed.
Super practical, super easy.