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iRubric: Academic ESL Speaking Rubric

iRubric: Academic ESL Speaking Rubric

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Academic ESL Speaking Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Academic ESL Speaking Rubric
built by James_Manser

Rubric Code: WX8A78B
Speaking Rubric Assessment
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Keywords: ESL, College
Categories: Subjects: Communication   English   Foreign Languages   Vocational  
Types: Exam   Assignment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

Powered by iRubric ESL Speaking Rubric
  Poor
0 pts
Fair
1 pts
Good
3 pts
Very Good
4 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Pronunciation
Poor

Student's pronunciation was mainly incomprehensible.
Fair

Student's pronunciation made understanding difficult.
Good

Student's pronunciation was understandable with some errors.
Very Good

Student's pronunciation was easy to understand with few errors.
Excellent

Student's pronunciation was like a native English speaker.
Content
Poor

Presentation content is undeveloped and unoriginal or plagiairized. The poster does not look very well-developed.
Fair

Presentation content is not very well-developed or original. The poster needs more development and pictures.
Good

Presentation content is adequately developed although not very original. The poster is adequate but has several mistakes or needs more pictures.
Very Good

Presentation content is developed and original. The poster was created well, clear and used adequately for the presentation.
Excellent

Content is completely accurate, original, and well-developed. The poster is very well-created, original, and used effectively for the presentation.
Language Structures
Poor

Inadequate use. Many mistakes in target structures and/or target structures rarely used.
Fair

Shows knowledge of target structures, but lacks consistent use. Many errors in target structures.
Good

Student shows adequate knowledge and application of target structures. Several errors in target structures.
Very Good

Student is accurate in use of target structures the majority of the time. Few errors in target structures.
Excellent

Student uses target structures like a native English speaker.
Body Language
Poor

Student read all or almost all of the presentation. Student did not engage the audience in any way.
Fair

Student read most of the presentation. Student rarely engaged the audience.
Good

Student read some of the presentation and made eye contact sometimes. Student adequately engaged the audience.
Very Good

Student made eye contact much of the time. Student engaged the audience very well.
Excellent

Student made excellent eye contact with audience. Student completely engaged audience.
Vocabulary Usage
Poor

Student used 0 vocabulary words from the assigned unit.
Fair

Students used 1 - 2 vocabulary words from the assigned unit.
Good

Students used 3 - 6 vocabulary words from the assigned unit.
Very Good

Student used 7 - 11 vocabulary words from the assigned unit.
Excellent

Student used 12 - 16 vocabulary words from the assigned unit.



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