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Foreign Language Department:<br />Rubric for Oral Presentational Communication

Oral Presentational Communication

 

Competence/

Value

Task Completion Expression Vocabulary Grammar Pronunciation

Excellent

4 pts.

 

(95-100%)

Completes assignment creatively and with all required elements Demonstrates ease of expression appropriate to course level Rich variety of vocabulary and idiomatic expressions appropriate to course level Extensive and mostly accurate use of grammatical structures appropriate to course level Approaching native speaker

Good - Very Good

3 pts.

 

(80-94%)

Completes assignment with all required elements Demonstrates considerable ease of expression as appropriate to course level Demonstrates good range of vocabulary and idiomatic expressions as appropriate to course level Frequent and mostly accurate use of grammatical structures as appropriate to course level Pronunciation is comprehensible and does not interfere with communication

Acceptable

2 pts.

 

(70-79%)

Mostly completes the assignment; missing a few required elements Demonstrates limited ease of expression appropriate to course level Demonstrates adequate vocabulary and idiomatic expressions appropriate to course level Occasional grammatical errors that do not interfere with communication Pronunciation is mostly comprehensible, but at times may interfere with communication

Minimal

1 pt.

 

(60-69%)

Completes task inadequately; missing most required elements Does not demonstrate ease of expression appropriate to course level Demonstrates minimal vocabulary as appropriate to course level Has many errors in grammatical structure that interfere with communication Pronunciation interferes with communication

Lacking

0 pt.

 

(0-59%)

Does not complete task Speech is extremely labored and incomplete Demonstrates almost no vocabulary Shows little to no grammatical accuracy Pronunciation prevents communication

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