Spanish Scoring Rubric – Listening & Reading

PROFICIENCY: HIGH PROFICIENCY: Response reveals sustained, consistent evidence of comprehension • Is detailed and highly accurate • Identifies the main and supporting ideas Response to task: • Shows broad application of learned vocabulary and concepts • Shows broad application of strategies to derive meaning from the text CLEAR PROFICIENCY: Response developing, yet unsustained evidence of comprehension • Is somewhat detailed and mostly accurate PROGRESS TOWARDS PROFICIENCY: Response reveals emerging yet inconsistent evidence of comprehension • Is abbreviated yet partially accurate STRONG NEED FOR INTERVENTION: Response reveals random or inadequate evidence of comprehension • Is minimal with frequent inaccuracies • Identifies isolated bits of information

• Identifies most main • Identifies some and supporting ideas main and supporting ideas • Shows adequate application of learned vocabulary and concepts • Shows adequate application of strategies to derive meaning from the text

• Shows inconsistent • Suggests random application of learned guessing vocabulary and concepts • Shows inconsistent application of strategies to derive meaning from the text

DOES NOT MEET ASSIGNMENT EXPECTATIONS

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