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Holistic rating scale for the language proficiency index

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  • 1. 197 APPENDIX C Holistic Rating Scale for the Language Proficiency IndexEssay Level 6: Advanced Proficiency: Demonstrates exceptional fluency marked by a widerange of skills, including excellent organizational abilities and original insights. Advancedproficiency is indicated in the clear articulation of both complex and straightforwardconcepts.Essay Level 5: Effective Proficiency: Demonstrates fluent competency. For the most part,the writing is clear and controlled. Occasional errors in expression and structure do notsignificantly detract from the coherent articulation of ideas. There is clarity in developmentand organization.Essay Level 4: Adequate Proficiency: Demonstrates adequate competency with satisfactoryorganization and structure although expression errors are evident, particularly occurring inoccasional clusters. This is writing that requires some revision.Essay Level 3: Developing Proficiency: Demonstrates some familiarity with writtencommunication, using simple tools of expression. Major problems in diction, sentencestructure, and organization, however, are evident. Numerous second language errors may alsobe present. This is writing that requires considerable revision.Essay Level 2: Minimal Proficiency: Demonstrates only limited ability in writtencommunication. Second language expression errors are the dominant feature of this writing.Essay Level 1: No Proficiency: Demonstrates very limited knowledge of written English.The writer does not have the language skills to write a series of statements that can beunderstood by the reader.Essay Level 0: Essay Cannot be Evaluated: Essays are placed at Level 0 when no essay hasbeen attempted, when too little has been written to allow a fair evaluation, or when the essaydoes not directly address any of the given topics.