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AP Spanish Lit Debate 
General Debate Rubric to give an idea of debate requirements for those who have never debated.
Rubric Code: D236X39
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Level 4

10 pts

Level 3

7 pts

Level 2

4 pts

Level 1

1 pts

Understanding of Topic

Level 4

The team clearly understood the topic in-depth and presented the information convincingly.
Level 3

The team understood the topic in-depth and presented the information with ease.
Level 2

The team seemed to understand the main points of the topic and presented those with some efficiency.
Level 1

The team did not show an adequate understanding of the topic.
Opening Statement

Level 4

Opening statement clearly defines the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists their 3 major points in a clever and interesting way.
Level 3

Opening statement clearly defines the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists their 3 major points in a somewhat interesting way.
Level 2

Opening statement attempts to clearly define the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists 2 major points.
Level 1

Opening statement doesn't define the viewpoint and doesn't list major reasons.
Major Point 1

Level 4

Point #1 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a highly persuasive manner.

- Points of Information are directly linked to the central argument or claim that is being
made.
Level 3

Point #1 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a somewhat interesting way.

- Points of information are somehow linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 2

Point #1 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 2 details and examples to support their answer.

- Points of information are distantly linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 1

Point #1 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 1 detail and example to support their answer.

- Points of information are not linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Major Point 2

Level 4

Point #2 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a highly persuasive manner.

- Points of Information are directly linked to the central argument or claim that is being
made.
Level 3

Point #2 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a somewhat interesting way.

- Points of information are somehow linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 2

Point #2 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 2 details and examples to support their answer.

- Points of information are distantly linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 1

Point #2 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 1 detail and example to support their answer.

- Points of information are not linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Major Point 3

Level 4

Point #3 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a highly persuasive manner.

- Points of Information are directly linked to the central argument or claim that is being
made.
Level 3

Point #3 clearly expresses their viewpoint, including at least 3 details and examples to support their answer in a somewhat interesting way.

- Points of information are somehow linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 2

Point #3 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 2 details and examples to support their answer.

- Points of information are distantly linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 1

Point #3 attempts to clearly express their viewpoint, including only 1 detail and example to support their answer.

- Points of information are not linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Rebuttal

Level 4

All counter-arguments were accurate, relevant and strong. Was able to accurately defend position.

- Rebuttals are directly linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 3

Majority of counter-arguments were accurate, relevant and strong. Was able to defend position.

- Rebuttals are somehow linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 2

Some of counter arguments were accurate, relevant and strong. Was somewhat able to defend position.

- Rebuttals are distantly linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Level 1

Counter-arguments were not accurate and/or relevant. Was unable to defend position.

- Rebuttals are not linked to the central argument or claim that is being made.
Concluding Statement

Level 4

Concluding statement clearly sums up the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists their 3 major points in a clever and interesting way.
Level 3

Concluding statement clearly sums up the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists their 3 major points in a somewhat interesting way.
Level 2

Opening statement attempts to clearly sum up the viewpoint of the team and briefly lists 2 major points.
Level 1

Opening statement doesn't sum up the viewpoint and doesn't list major reasons.
Respect for Other Team

Level 4

All statements and responses were respectful and appropriate. Never interrupted or talked over other team members.
Level 3

Most statements and responses were respectful and appropriate. Never interrupted or talked over other team members.
Level 2

Most statements and responses were respectful and appropriate. Seldom interrupted or talked over other team members.
Level 1

Statements and responses were consistently not respectful. Consistently interrupted other team or talked over other team members.
Engagement

Level 4

Engagement Actively engages others in class discussion by inviting their comments and building onto others' ideas
Level 3

Often engages others in class discussions by inviting their comments and/or building onto others' ideas
Level 2

Sometimes engages others in class discussions rarely builds onto others' ideas
Level 1

Fails to invite comments or opinions from other students and does not build onto others ideas
Culture

Level 4

Demonstrates
understanding of the
target culture, despite of
few minor inaccuracies
Level 3

Demonstrates some
understanding of the
target culture, despite
minor inaccuracies
Level 2

Demonstrates a basic
understanding of the
target culture, despite of
inaccuracies
Level 1

Demonstrate a limited
understanding of the
target culture, may
include several
inaccuracies
Preparedness

Level 4

Accurately expresses
foundational knowledge pertaining to issues raised during the discussion
Level 3

Expresses basic foundational knowledge pertaining to class discussion
Level 2

Expresses limited foundational knowledge pertaining to class discussion
Level 1

Expresses no relevant foundational knowledge










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