enguas y Lingüística Aplicada
Please take your learners’ level into account.
Students in level 1 and 2 are placed in the basic component of the Common European Framework(Level A1). Therefore, they cannot produce as much language as an intermediate level student.
Throughout the test students are assessed on their own individual performance and not in relationto each other.
To obtain a high grade, students should be able to use structures and vocabulary taught in the unitsthat he/she just completed. However, expect errors since the learners have not fully acquired thematerial.
Rubric/ Rating Scale
The rating scale for CELLAP English courses has been adapted to help you grade your students in thefollowing linguistic criteria:
Ability to understand and use vocabulary words and phrases.
Ability to use correct grammar and sentences structures.
Ability to speak quickly, naturally, and without many pauses.
Ability to take an active part in the development of a conversation.
Ability to use correct stress, rhythm and intonation patterns.A simple 2-point system is used for each criterion (see appendix). The overall grade sums 10 points; resultscan be interpreted with the following marks:
10 - 9 Excellent - Very good8- 7 Good - Average6 - 4 Fair to poor3 - 1 Very poor