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iRubric: Assessment for Oral Interview rubric

iRubric: Assessment for Oral Interview rubric

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Assessment for Oral Interview

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Rubric Code: Z9WB98
Speaking Rubric for diagnostic test. Level A1.1.
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Keywords: ESL, Adults
Categories: Subjects: Communication   English   Foreign Languages   Vocational  
Types: Exam   Assessment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate, Graduate

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  Beginner
1 pts
Low Intermediate
2 pts
Intermediate
3 pts
Low Advanved
4 pts
Advanced
5 pts
Exit Level
6 pts
Clarity
Beginner

All questions and answers were awkward and incomprehensible.
Low Intermediate

Questions and answers were awkward and incomprehensible to understand at times.
Intermediate

Questions or answers were awkward at times but usually
understandable.
Low Advanved

Produced simple speech without difficulty, but more complex structures were difficult to understand.
Advanced

Questions and answers were clear and comprehensible. Some clarification may be needed.
Exit Level

Questions and answers were clear and comprehensible.
Pronunciation
Beginner

Student's pronunciation was incomprehensible, making understanding impossible.
Low Intermediate

Student's pronunciation or inflection made understanding difficult, but with effort, possible to guess what student was trying to say.
Intermediate

Frequent pronunciation errors due to native language interference,
but sometimes affected comprehensibility.
Low Advanved

Student's pronunciation was understandable although noticeable errors were present. Difficult to understand on occasion.
Advanced

Pronunciation rarely affected comprehensibility, but improved pronunciation could have facilitated communication.
Exit Level

Student's pronunciation good enough to understand what every word said was. Accent noticeable, but did not affect understanding.
Fluency
Beginner

Student was unable to ask or respond to most questions.
Low Intermediate

Student took a long time to ask and respond to questions. A lot of unnatural pauses and hesitations. Student gave mostly formulaic responses.
Intermediate

Student was able to ask and answer the questions, but with some difficulty. Use of occasional awkward/unnatural pauses that slowed conversation.
Low Advanved

Student was able to ask and answer questions, but with some difficulty. Use of occasional awkward/unnatural pauses, but overall speech slightly difficult to follow.
Advanced

Only slight hesitation was noted in speech. Occasionally self-corrected.
Exit Level

Student was able to communicate clearly. Student asked and answered questions with almost no hesitation. Student made comments that contributed to the conversation flow.
Comprehension
Beginner

Student was unable to comprehend most questions. Questions had to be repeated several times. Even very simple sentences.
Low Intermediate

The student showed little comprehension of questions. Questions had to be repeated, but questions were usually answered.
Intermediate

The student understood most of what was asked of him/her, and responded more or less appropriately.
Student needs to ask for clarification.
Low Advanved

The student understood most of what was asked of him/her, and responded more or less appropriate manner, sometimes asking for clarification.
Advanced

Students recognized some idiomatic expressions and complex structures. Student needed occasional clarification.
Exit Level

The student fully understood the questions asked and answered correctly.
Content
Beginner

Did not ask appropriate questions for information, no response to questions.
Low Intermediate

Asked some inappropriate questions for information or answered question with very limited or off-topic answers.
Intermediate

Gave appropriate questions to familiar everyday topics, but responses were limited in content.
Low Advanved

Student began to discuss unfamiliar topics or abstract ideas, although there were noticeable difficulties with language, which prevented him/her from expressing ideas.
Advanced

Student discussed unfamiliar topics or abstract ideas. He/she had only a few difficulties with language, which prevent him/her from expressing ideas. Student began utilizing idioms and complex structures.
Exit Level

Asked appropriate questions and answered all questions with related information. Did not give any off-topic information that did not fit the situation.



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