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E3 Det Rg2.2 Oral Exam Marking Sheet1st Term2009 2010
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E3 Det Rg2.2 Oral Exam Marking Sheet1st Term2009 2010

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  • 1. ENGLISH 3/RG 2.2 FIRST TERM MARKING SHEET 1 MARKING SHEET NAME ENGLISH 3/RG 2.2 FIRST TERM GROUP A B C D E F ACADEMIC YEAR : 2009-2010 TEACHER : Hilde De Clercq, Det Deprez TASKS PERFORMED YES NO 1. Exchanging info (S1 S2) 2. Discussion (S1 uninterrupted and then later S2) 3. Telling a story (S1 uninterrupted and then later S2) EXCELLENT GOOD SUFFICIENT NOT SUFFICIENT VOCABULARY you use more you use the you use the you don’t use the vocabulary than is vocabulary of this vocabulary for this vocabulary for necessary for this level level sufficiently this level level sufficiently GRAMMAR you can talk you talk correctly you talk correctly you are not correctly most of the time in 50 percent of the accurate enough cases on the whole time 1; now (?,+,-) 2. habits, facts (?,+,-) 3.past (?,+,-) worked/saw was working had worked/had been working word order a, an, the plural I, you, he, she we, you, they (+ possessives) prepositions (time, place, other) PRONUNCIATION people have no people have no people sometimes people have great difficulty difficulty have difficulty difficulty understanding you understanding you understanding you understanding and your you pronunciation sounds ‘English’ you pronounce this correctly third person –s/es plural s+es past –ed COHERENCE you structure your you structure your you structure your you do not story (you can link story well story sufficiently structure your (who, that, story sufficiently whose/first, (you only list) then/before, after) your sentences are 1
  • 2. ENGLISH 3/RG 2.2 FIRST TERM MARKING SHEET 2 not complex enough INTERACTION you can talk with you are you are sufficiently you do not have confidence on your confident and logical confident and enough own or with other most of the time logical but confidence students about a sometimes people do not given topic in a communication always understand what logical way breaks down you mean FLUENCY you speak very you speak at a you speak quite you speak too fluently normal speed slowly slowly you are hesitant RISK TAKING you talk more than you talk enough you talk sufficiently you don’t talk is necessary enough AND SURVIVAL you communicate you sometimes in English, you use your mother SKILLS paraphrase tongue and ask for a translation FINAL EXCELLENT GOOD SUFFICIENT NOT ASSESSMENT SUFFICIENT MARKS FEEDBACK 2

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