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Assessment form for oral presentations

Poor 1. Content Content coverage and relevance of ideas to topic Lexical/grammatical range and appropriacy/ accuracy 2. Organisation Structure: introduction/ body (emphasizing key points)/ conclusion (summarizing) Coherence (logical organisation/ cohesion (cohesive devices) 3. Delivery Pronunciation, (sounds, weak forms, stress, intonation etc) Flow of ideas Total 4 4 6 6

Satisfactory 8 8 10 10

Adequate 12 12 14 14

Good 16 16 18 18

Excellent 20 20

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CRITERION

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ADEQUATE

EXCELLENT 1

consistently coherent. wide range of cohesive devices. (sounds.g. • • • • • • content covered. adequate range of grammar and vocabulary. wide range of grammar and vocabulary. all ideas relevant to topic. limited range of grammar and vocabulary. overall aspect rambling. weak forms. contractions. rambling at times. • • • pronunciation hinders meaning to be conveyed. lack of specific connectors. development of presentation mostly unmarked. clear signposting. errors are rare.Content • Coverage • Relevance of ideas • Lexical/grammatical range • Lexical appropriacy/register • Grammatical accuracy • • • • • • content partially covered. complex structures may contain errors. intonation etc) • Flow of ideas • • • absence of structure. most ideas relevant to topic. some inappropriacies in word choice. • • • • • • content fully covered. serious difficulties in maintaining flow (frequent hesitations). stress and intonation used to convey meaning). some inconsistencies in register. • • • • pronunciation helps meaning to be conveyed effectively (week sounds. maintains flow with some difficulty ( hesitations due to language search). stress. flow maintained throughout the presentation (without hesitations caused by language search) 2 . frequent inappropriacies in word choice frequent inconsistencies in register. unbalanced presentation (e. most ideas irrelevant. appropriate word choice register is consistent throughout. frequent errors in both simple and complex structures. introduction too long). • • • • • stages of presentation clear. cohesive devices just adequate. Organisation • Structure: introduction/ body (emphasizing key points)/ conclusion (summarizing) • Coherence (logical organisation/ cohesion (cohesive devices) Delivery • Pronunciation. pronunciation helps most meaning to be conveyed.