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Rubric for Oral Conversation

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Name: Student (First and Last name)
Class:
Teacher:
Date:
Weeks:

CATEGORY

Grammar

Vocabulary

Fluency

Listening

Grammar was
used to
communicate
effectively.

A few minor
difficulties arose
from not using
the grammar
rules.

Grammatical
errors led to many
minor difficulties
or one major
breakdown in
communication.

Grammatical
errors severely
hampered
communication.

Vocabulary
studied in class
was used to
express ideas
eloquently.

A few minor
difficulties arose
from not using
appropriate
vocabulary.

Some difficulties
arose due to
limited vocabulary
and/or bad
diction.

Communication
was severely
hampered due to
lack of vocabulary.

Some minor
Student acted as a
difficulties
facilitator, helping
maintaining the
the conversation
conversation
flow and develop.
were evident.

Some effort was


required to
maintain the
conversation.
There may have
been a few long
pauses.

Much effort was


required to
maintain the
conversation.
There may have
been many long
pauses.

Student responded
to questions with
appropriate
answers,
acknowledged all
statements, and
incorporated them
into the
discussion.

Student failed to
answer some
questions
appropriately OR
failed to
acknowledge some
statements and
incorporate these
into the
conversation.

Student didn't
understand or
ignored most
questions and
statements.
Student may have
been using notes.

Student
responded to
most questions,
acknowledged
most statements,
and incorporated
many of these
into the
conversation.

Score

Voice and nonverbal


communication

Pronunciation was
clear and
inflection and
expressions were
used to enhance
communication.
Student sounded
confident.

No serious
problems arose,
but better
pronunciation,
could have made
communication
more efficient.

Some
communication
problems arose
due to unclear
pronunciation or
expression.
Student may have
been difficult to
hear.

Pronunciation,
inflection, and/or
expression
confused
communication.
Student may have
been very difficult
to hear.

Comments:
Some areas to work on.
1. Grammar Student sometimes has difficulty applying grammar rules both in speaking
and writing. These difficulties can at times hinder communication.
2. Pronunciation of longer words: Sometimes there is difficulty in the correct
pronunciation of longer words which may confuse the person who is listening.
Examples: accommodate, alternative, dinosaurs
To help improve this area, Student could break bigger words into syllables and practice
repeating such words out loud at home.
3.

Spelling while not imperative to oral conversation, during written exercises it is


evident that Student has difficulty with spelling. To improve his spelling, Student could
practice writing out new vocabulary several times and reading English at home.

Some strengths:
1. Students fluency has increased considerably. There is a notable improvement in
Students ability to express himself in English.
2. Students listening skills have improved; his responses are related to the questions
asked, reflecting that he has correctly heard the questions.
3. Students confidence and vocabulary have improved. Students is able to use a wider
range of words to express himself in a business setting.
- Keep up the good work!