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CONVERSATION SKILLS RUBRIC

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Rubric Code: HX9X5X3
During structured small group activities, student will demonstrate targeted conversation skills (initiating, maintaining and ending a conversation) by receiving a score of 6 out of 9 on the established rubric across 3 consecutive probes. Baseline: 3/9
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Categories: Subjects: Communication  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Introduction
1 pts
Emerging
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Greetings
Introduction

NEEDS PRACTICE/WITH ASSISTANCE

1. Does not respond to initial greeting.
2. Does not initiate greeting
Emerging

MOST OF THE TIME

1. Does respond to initial greeting.
2. Does initiate greeting
Proficient

INDEPENDENT

1. Does respond to initial greeting.
2. Does initiate greeting
To start a conversation
Introduction

NEEDS PRACTICE/WITH ASSISTANCE

1. Does not look at the other person
2. Does not initiate a conversation.
3. Does not pause to allow others to talk.
4. Stands/sits too close or too far away.
5. Interrupts other person while they are talking.
Emerging

MOST OF THE TIME/fading cues

1. Looks at the person he/she is talking to.
2. Initiates conversation with greeting or question.
3. Pauses to allow person to respond.
4. Stands about an arm's length away.
5. Waits until the other person stops talking before adding information.
Proficient

INDEPENDENT

1. Looks at the person he/she is talking to.
2. Initiates the conversation with a greeting or question.
3. Pauses to allow person to answer.
4. Stands about an arm's length away.
5. Waits until the other person stops talking before adding information.
Maintain a conversation
Introduction

NEEDS PRACTICE/WITH ASSISTANCE

1. Does not look at the other person
2. Does not initiate a conversation.
3. Does not pause to allow others to talk.
4. Stands/sits too close or too far away.
5. Interrupts other person while they are talking.
Emerging

MOST OF THE TIME/fading cues

1. Uses glancing eye contact during conversation.
2. Stays on the same topic.
3. Adds more information or question about topic.
4. Takes turns even if only adding a nod or "uh, huh."
5. Uses appropriate facial expressions and body language.
Proficient

INDEPENDENT

1. Uses glancing eye contact during conversation.
2. Stays on the same topic.
3. Adds more information or question about topic.
4. takes turns even if only adding a nod or "uh, huh."
5. Uses appropriate facial expressions and body language
Group conversation
Introduction

NEEDS PRACTICE/WITH ASSISTANCE

1. Does not enter group or barges in
2. Misreads group topic
3. Does not pause to allow others to talk.
4. Stands/sits too close or too far away.
5. Interrupts other people while they are talking.
Emerging

MOST OF THE TIME/fading cues

1. Enters group appropriately
2. Stays on the same topic.
3. Adds more information or question about topic.
4. Takes turns even if only adding a nod or "uh, huh."
5. Uses appropriate facial expressions and body language.
Proficient

INDEPENDENT
1. Enters group appropriately
2. Stays on the same topic.
3. Adds more information or question about topic.
4. Takes turns even if only adding a nod or "uh, huh."
5. Uses appropriate facial expressions and body language.



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