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En la Ciudad 
Students will be given a map and a city. Your job is to get to the plaza and along the way, tell me via recording and writing how you got there and directions you asked(if asked) The written work needs to be on a separate sheet of paper from the map. NO GOOGLE TRANSLATE OR IT WILL BE AN AUTOMATIC 1!
Rubric Code: KXA2A59
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

Powered by iRubric En La ciudad
  Extraordinary Work

ALL WORK done in all LEVELS, and additional work done!

5 pts

Exceptional

Excellent Work!

4 pts

Proficient

Good Work

3 pts

Good

Satisfactory work

2 pts

Limited

Missing key components

1 pts

Use of Vocabulary

Name of city, streets, business in SPANISH, include at least 10 (schools, places of worship, restaurants, sports places, houses, stores, & entertainment places), & 1 park, all with SPANISH NAMES
*Includes use of traffic signs in recording*

Extraordinary Work

The use of different Spanish names in more than 8 places (as mentioned) is seen in the writing as well as heard in the recording.
Exceptional

The map includes street names, traffic signs and buildings.
Different Spanish names are seen and heard(6-7 times)
Proficient

Adequate and accurate use of vocabulary. The different Spanish names are seen (5-6 times) in the writing and heard
Good

Average and/or inaccurate use of vocabulary. Different Spanish names are seen and heard . (3-4 times)
Limited

The map does not include street names, traffic signs or buildings.
Inadequate and/or inaccurate use of different Spanish names are seen or heard (1-2 times)
Grammar

Proper use of the verbs:
ir, tener, ser, and estar to indicatate your way around the city.
Remember to conjugate and use accordingly. Refer to handouts

Extraordinary Work

ALL verbs seen in writing and heard throughout recording are conjugated correctly and used accordingly.
Exceptional

1-2 seen in writing and heard throughout recording are conjugated correctly and used accordingly.
Proficient

3-4 seen in writing and heard throughout recording are conjugated correctly and used accordingly.
Good

5-6 seen in writing and heard throughout recording are conjugated correctly and used accordingly.
Limited

Limited understanding of verb usage. Many verbs conjugated incorrectly and not used accordingly.
Directions

From 3 places to 3 places.
Describe town, 5 places are located. (El correo está al lado de la pastelería, w/ multi-step directions to get from at least 3 places to 3 other places. (De la casa, sigue derecho en la Calle Lara. Dobla a la derecha en la Calle Quito. Camina hasta la Calle Cayambe. El hospital está a la izquierda.)

Extraordinary Work

More than 5 directions given CORRECTLY IN SPANISH, describes in writing and verbally.
MORE than 5 LOCATIONS
Exceptional

Directions are given completely in Spanish. (2-3) Verbally and written.
Text readily comprehensible, requiring NO interpretation on the part of the reader/listener
Proficient

Text requires MORE interpretation from reader, not easy to follow, but overall well done. (verbal)Text comprehensible, requiring minimal interpretation on the part of the reader/listener
Good

Directions are not clear, there is a mix with some English, (verbal) sentences are not correct. Text MOSTLY comprehensible, requiring interpretation on the part of the reader.
Limited

Directions are given partially in English. ( verbal)
Text barely comprehensible.
Direction words

Are prepositional phrases and verbs used properly?
Are directions given properly?

Extraordinary Work

Used correctly and enriched .
Exceptional

Correct directional words are used (i.e. Dobla, Sigue, Ve,)
Few of no errors in spelling, use of diacritical marks, punctuation, and/or capitalization.
Proficient

Mostly correct directional words are used (i.e. Dobla, Sigue, Ve,).'
Mostly accurate spelling, use of diacritical marks, punctuation, and / or capitalization
Good

Somewhat correct directional words are used Somewhat inaccurate spelling, use of diacritical marks, punctuation, and/or capitalization
Limited

Directional words are not used or are used incorrectly.
Clarity/Fluency/Pronounciation

Does it meet the time requirement? Are you loud enough? Is there any background noise? did you use your conjugations properly?

Extraordinary Work

Verbal production is clear and smooth. It is completely understood by listener. Meets time requirement.
Exceptional

Production is clear. Occasionally misunderstood by listener. Meets time requirement.
Proficient

Production is comprehensible, misunderstood by listener a few times, meets time requirement.
Good

Production is choppy. Confuses listener by using language that is not comprehensible. Does not meet time requirement.
Limited

Production is unclear. Language is not comprehensible. Not clear. Does not meet time requirement.



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  • Informal commands Spanish City Map


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