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34867572 Assessment Task Rubrics

34867572 Assessment Task Rubrics

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Communicative task: Imagine you are attending the English drama club at school.

In order to meet the rest of the participants, you are going to have to introduce yourself to the group. Introduce yourself to the class by writing 2 paragraphs, an introductory paragraph including a greeting, your name, personal interests related to acting (films you like, actors, actresses, etc), and a second paragraph including the reason why you want to participate in the drama club. Provide examples for your personal interests and the reasons why participating in the drama club. These paragraphs should include a minimum of 100 words, but no more than 150. Age group: 16 year-old Level of English: Upper-Intermediate

There is no clear linkage Length of the Essay (Paragraphs and Words) The essay includes the two paragraphs and in between 136 -150 words. The amount of words in each paragraph has lack of balance. 6-5 Two of the elements are included in the essay. Ideas lack of an appropriate organization. Grammar (Punctuation. One example is provided for interests or reasons why participating 4-3 One of the elements is included in the essay. name. personal interests and reasons why participating) Students give two or more examples of interests and reasons why participating. The essay includes less than 100 words. Students’ work is full of grammatical mistakes. The amount of words in each paragraph is not balanced at all. The amount of words is balanced in each paragraph (each paragraph has more or less the same amount of words) The essay includes in between 121 -135 words Each paragraph is well balanced (each paragraph has more or less the same amount of words) Ideas have a few organizational mistakes. Students make many grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes that may somewhat distract the reading. There are no examples provided for interests and reasons why participating. There are still inconsistencies in the logical progress of the . The essay includes just one paragraph and less than 100 words. There is a lack of punctuation and spelling mistakes are present in every sentence. Each paragraph has a few differences in the amount of words. Spelling) Students make no grammatical mistakes. There is no presence of punctuation or spelling mistakes. Students provide one or two examples of interests and reasons why participating. Students make several grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes that distract the reading. Students make a few grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes. essay is unintelligible. Ideas are not organized coherently. No examples provided for interests and reasons why participating. Essay is still readable. 2-0 One or none of the elements is included in the essay. 8-7 Three of the elements are included in the essay.Analytic Rubric Levels of Proficiency Criteria Content Accuracy (all facts required) 10-9 The four key elements are included in the essay (greetings. There is still a logical progress of the paragraphs The essay includes in between 101 -120 words. There is a logical progress of Ideas are somehow organized but there is little conflict of linkage between them. Organization of the essay and its ideas Ideas are perfectly organized and they are linked smoothly and clearly.

the paragraphs (from greetings to the reasons why participating) Quality of the Information The information is clearly related to the task. Part of the information is related to the task Some of the examples are connected to the topic of the essay. Examples provided are not related to the topic of the essay. between each idea. The information is not related to the task. The essay has no logical progress of the paragraphs. The information is related to the topic of the task The examples are connected to the topic of the essay. Score . Certain information is connected to the task. There are no examples provided to the topic of the essay. paragraphs. (from greetings to the reasons why participating) Few inconsistencies in the logical progress of the paragraphs. Total Score:________________________ Holistic Rubric . The examples provided are totally connected to the topic of the essay.

• Good Three of the elements are included in the essay and students provide one or two examples of interests and reasons why participating. Part of the information is related to the task and some of the examples are connected to the topic of the essay. there is no clear linkage between each idea and the essay has no logical progress of the paragraphs. • Reasonable Two of the elements are included in the essay and one example is provided for interests or reasons why participating Students make many grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes that may somewhat distract the reading. Ideas are somehow organized but there is little conflict of linkage between them and there are few inconsistencies in the logical progress of the paragraphs. Students make no grammatical mistakes and there is no presence of punctuation or spelling mistakes. Certain information is connected to the task and the examples provided are not related to the topic of the essay. grammatical mistakes and there is a lack of punctuation and spelling mistakes are present in every sentence. essay includes in between 121 -135 words and each paragraph is well balanced (each paragraph has more or less the same amount of words). 100 words and the amount of words in each paragraph has lack of balance. name. • Very Poor One or none of the elements is included in the essay and there are no examples provided for interests and reasons why participating. • . Students make several grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes that distract the reading. Students make a few grammatical and/or punctuation/spelling mistakes and the essay is still readable. • • • The information is related to • The information is not related to the task and there are no examples provided to the topic of the essay. • Weak One of the elements is included in the essay and no examples provided for interests and reasons why participating. The essay includes in between 101 -120 words and each paragraph has a few differences in the amount of words. essay is unintelligible. • Ideas • Ideas are perfectly organized and they are linked smoothly and clearly and there is a logical progress of the paragraphs (from greetings to the reasons why participating) The information is clearly related to the task and the examples provided are totally connected to the topic of the essay. are not organized coherently.Outstanding • The four key elements are included in the essay (greetings. paragraphs and in between 136 -150 words and the amount of words is balanced in each paragraph (each paragraph has more or less the same amount of words). the topic of the task and the examples are connected to the topic of the essay. The essay includes just one paragraph and less than 100 words and the amount of words in each paragraph is not balanced at all. have a few organizational mistakes and there is still a logical progress of the paragraphs (from greetings to the reasons why participating). • • • • Students’ work is full of • • The • • The essay includes less than • • The essay includes the two • Ideas • • Ideas lack of an appropriate organization and there are still inconsistencies in the logical progress of the paragraphs. personal interests and reasons why participating) and students give two or more examples of interests and reasons why participating.

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