Spoken      Limited communicator             Basic               Advance            MARK
 interaction            (3)      ...
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Rubric based on Bergen Cando to assess and mark projects regarding spoken interaction

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Rubricprojectspokeninteraction

  1. 1. Spoken Limited communicator Basic Advance MARK interaction (3) communicator communicator (2) (1) message/ can express simple can get across the gets the message manner ideas related to the main content of the across fully, in an topic at hand, with help message, with an interesting way with and patience from the acceptable manner a suitable manner and other speaker and tone tone flow can manage short can keep going is able to keep going ‘strings’ of a few within and across both within and words, and can take turns at a slower across turns, for quite part in very short speed, with the long stretches at exchanges, eg question- ‘meaning’ not too reasonable speed; answer broken up by links/binds speech pausing; some use with the help of a of discourse variety of ‘discourse markers, eg just, I markers’ like well, mean sort of, just, you see, I mean … vocabulary can use some simple can produce the is able to select the phrases and words words and phrase most appropriate and relating to most necessary to express idiomatic words and familiar themes ideas in a basic but phrases to suit the understandable way topic and the tone grammar can use some basic has enough control has good control over structures to express over basic the basic simple ideas structures to put grammatical ideas together in an structures, with few understandable systematic errors way, despite errors under- can understand is able to is able to understand standing essential points made understand the main more or less by a clear speaker who points of whatever is said to makes great allowances predictable him/her in good and is very helpful messages expressed English, and able to in an uncomplicated clear up any way misunderstandings pronunc/ is able to pronounce pronounces most is able to pronounce intonation familiar words and words and phrases almost all words and phrases in such a way understandably; phrases used, with that they can be intonation does not intonation supporting understood. normally interfere the message/tone with the message Total Adapted from the Bergen Cando Project http://www.ecml.at/cando/files/start.htm, but having the curriculum and the CEFR as the reference.

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