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Rubric piloting

  1. 1. Rubric for Assessing Speaking Student’s Name:___________________________________________________ Date:______________ Score:_________/24 MARK:__________________ Very Good (4) Good (3) Average (2) Poor (1) SCORE Pronunciation The student presents a clear pronunciation that helps comprehension. Very few pronunciation mistakes are made (1-3 mistakes) The student presents a clear pronunciation that helps comprehension. Some pronunciation mistakes are made (4-6 mistakes) The student presents a pronunciation that sometimes interferes with comprehension. Regularly makes pronunciation mistakes (7-10 mistakes) The student presents unclear pronunciation. He/she makes too many pronunciation mistakes that interfere with comprehension. (12 or more mistakes) Delivery and Attitude The student delivers the whole message in a confident way. He/she uses facial expressions and gestures to enrich the message most of the time. The student delivers most of the message in a confident way. He/she sometimes uses facial expressions and gestures to enrich the message. The student delivers the message in an uncertain way. He/she uses facial expressions and gestures very few times to enrich the message. The student delivers the message with no confidence. He/she does not use neither facial expressions nor gestures to enrich the message. Content All the ideas the student presents, regarding his/her opinion, are supported by additional information or explanations. Most of the ideas that the student presents are supported by additional information or explanations. Some ideas that the student presents are supported by additional information or explanations. The ideas regarding the opinion of the student are not supported by additional information or explanations. Fluency The student presents no hesitation and he/she does not need to search for words. The student presents some hesitation and he/she rarely has to search for words. (1 or 2 times) The student hesitates frequently and he/she often has to search for words. (3 or 4 times) The student is extremely hesitant. He/she has to search for words most of the time (more than 5 times) Grammar The student presents very few grammatical mistakes. (1-3 mistakes) The student presents some grammatical mistakes. (4-6 mistakes) The student regularly presents grammatical mistakes. (7-9 mistakes) The student makes a lot of grammatical mistakes. (10 or more mistakes)
  2. 2. Checklist for assessing the student’s use of Vocabulary: TOTAL SCORE: _________/24 Does the student... (1 point each) YES NO 1 Expresses Preferences regarding his/her opinion? 2 Use Qualifying Adjectives? 3 Use connectors reviewed in class? 4 Avoid Redundancy?

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