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Listening Assignment Summer Speech Course built by Montsecarrilero

Rubric Code: PX9X3BB
Students must keep a listening journal for a minimum of four hours, with listening variations. Evaluate the type of listening (appreciative, empathetic, comprehensive, or critical), identify good and bad listening habits, identify zone out periods, and identify goals for improving listening skills. Should be between 250-500 words.
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Keywords: At the end of the lesson the students will be able to comprehend a film review.
Categories: Subjects: Communication   Education  
Types: Reading   Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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Introduction
Excellent

Begins with a motivating opening, then provides a brief summary of listening assignment and what was learned. Provides a thesis and blueprint of points to be discussed.
Good

Summary is either a little too long or not long enough but provides a motivating opening ;and writer's evaluation with criterion.
Fair

Summary is either much too short or much too long; may be vague or tell too much; few details presentation and little evidence from summary to support reviewer’s opinion
Unsatisfactory

Little or no significant summary; no details and no blue pring.
Evaluation of listening skills
Provides an analysis of listening skills in a four hour period.
Excellent

Contains ample information that identifies the type of listening done (appreciative, comprehensive, empathetic, and/or critical)
Good

Contains sufficient information that identifies the type of listening done (appreciative, comprehensive, empathetic, and/or critical
Fair

Contains insufficient information that identifies the type of listening done (appreciative, comprehensive, empathetic, and/or critical
Unsatisfactory

Too vague and/or missing.
Listening Habits Identified
Identifies the good and bad listening habits and when they occur and in what type of listening styles they are most frequent.
Excellent

Contains ample information that identifies the good and bad listening habits and in which listening style they most frequently occur.
Good

Contains sufficient information hat identifies the good and bad listening habits and in which listening style they most frequently occur.
Fair

Contains insufficient information hat identifies the good and bad listening habits and in which listening style they most frequently occur.
Unsatisfactory

Too vague and/or missing.
Zone outs
Student identifies zone out periods and in what type of listening style they most frequently occur
Excellent

Student notes the zone out periods and posits why they occur.
Good

Student mentions zone out periods but the analysis of why is not sufficient.
Fair

Student mentions zone out periods but offers no analysis of them.
Unsatisfactory

Too vague and/or missing.
Goals for Listening
Excellent

Mentions three goals for listening in the future and how to accomplish it.
Good

Lists two goals for listening and how to accomplish it.
Fair

Lists two goals or more for listening but does not mention how to accomplish it.
Unsatisfactory

Too vague and/or missing.
Effective organization and flow
Excellent

Essay is strongly organized with clear transitions and logical connections that create a sense of being tightly woven together. Well-developed conclusion. Grammar, spelling, and style is college-level.
Good

Essay is organized and most transitions and connections are clear, but either organization is somewhat lacking or some grammar, spelling or style problems.Excellent conclusion.
Fair

Essay lacks strong organization ; jumps around too much or lacks effective transitions; not in logical order. Grammar, spelling, style is below college-level. Conclusion is underdeveloped.
Unsatisfactory

Essay is choppy or not cohesive; organization is unclear; few effective transitions or none at all. Many grammatical, spelling, and stylistic errors. Missing conclusion.
Length
Excellent

At least 500 words.
Good

At least 350 words
Fair

At least 250 words
Unsatisfactory

Less than 250 words
Overall Evaluation
Excellent

Excellent college-level analysis of presenter with sophisticated use of rhetoric, vocabulary, and specific details. Well-written, supported, and organized.
Good

Above average college-level analysis of presenter with mostly sophisticated use of rhetoric, vocabulary, and specific details. Well-written, supported, and organized.
Fair

Fair analysis that lacks specificity or is simply too short to do the subject justice. Not college-level.
Unsatisfactory

A failure due to length or execution. Under 250 words. Not college-level writing.



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