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iRubric: Preschool Language Development- ESTABLISH AAC rubric

iRubric: Preschool Language Development- ESTABLISH AAC rubric

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Preschool Language Development- ESTABLISH AAC built by taffyhorn

Rubric Code: JX9XA3A
Listens to and understands increasingly complex language, uses language to express thoughts and needs, uses appropriate conversationsal and other communication skills.
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Keywords: language, communication
Categories: Subjects: Communication  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Readiness Goal 1
Children demonstrate improved communication, language and emergent literary skills
  Not Yet
0 pts
Recognizing
1 pts
Experiencing
2 pts
Progressing
3 pts
Achieving
4 pts
Receptive Language
Not Yet

Doesn't respond to sound/ name being called/ environmental sounds

No eye contact

Does not respond to directions
Recognizing

Shows an interest in the speech of others.
ex. responds to own name, turns head toward people who are talking.

Following Directions
Responds to simple verbal requests accompanied by gestures or tone of voice.
ex. Drops toy when teacher extends hand and says "Please give it to me."
Experiencing

Identifies familiar people, animals and objects when prompted
ex. Touches body parts when singing "Head, shoulders, knees and toes."

Following Directions
Follows simple requests not accompanied by gestures.
ex. Throws trash in trash can when asked "Will you throw this away please?"
Progressing

Responds appropriately to specific vocabulary and simple statements, questions and stories.
ex. Finds favorite illustration in a story when asked

Following Directions
Follows directions of one to two that relate to familiar objects and experiences.
Ex. Completes a sequence of tasks, "Get the book bin and put it on the table. Then bring the paper and crayons."
Achieving

Responds appropriately to complex statements, questions,vocabulary and stories.
ex. Acts out the life cycle of a butterfly after teacher reads a story about it

Following Directions
Follows detailed, instructional, multi-step directions
Ex. Follows guidance on how to navigate a new computer program.
Expressive Language
Not Yet

Grunting, crying, cooing, non-communicative sounds

Facial expressions
Do not use pictures or objects for communicating purposes.
Recognizing

Show approval by smiling or reaching for something; reject by turning head away/ moving away/ crying
Experiencing

Touches a person, manipulates a person to get desire, extend object, simple gestures, pointing, two switch communication
Progressing

Complex gestures, miniature objects, pictures/ drawings, other tactual symbols
Achieving

Manual signs, non-speech symbols, electronic systems, speech
Social Skills
Not Yet

Does not demonstrate awareness of other children, appropriate use of toys
Recognizing

Shows awareness of toys and play with children/ activities.
Experiencing

Parallel play, exploring environment/ objects/ other children
Progressing

Turn taking, social greetings, imitating others, initiate their form of communication, whether it be verbal, pictures, signs.
Achieving

Cooperative play, age appropriate social play, imaginative play



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