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  • 1. Speaking Task Reflection Dannae Del Campo Méndez In this assignment I could put in practice what I learnt in the past units in a deeper way. It gave me the chance to create an instrument to assess speaking using the knowledge about the principles of assessment and the creation of rubrics. The task was challenging to create because it was difficult to decide if the level of difficulty was the proper one, or if the task will encourage students to answer long sentences so we could evaluate them with the scoring. Moreover, it gave us the chance to prove if our task was effective through a piloting and it gave us the opportunity to change what it could be a problem for students at the moment of developing the test. Another issue that I ignore before learning about this unit was the fact that we should care about the context in which we are going to develop the instrument to assess students. It is important also to create tasks oriented to the communicative approach so students can make a relation about what they are learning and the real world.