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AP Spanish Language and Culture Presentational Speaking built by ElQuisqueyano

Rubric Code: MA6BB9
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Keywords: AP, Presentational Speaking, Cultural Comparison
Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Cultural Comparison
  Strong
5 pts
Good
4 pts
Fair
3 pts
Weak
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Treatment of Topic
Strong

Effective treatment of topic within the context of the task
Good

Generally effective treatment of topic within the context of the task
Fair

Suitable treatment of topic within the context of the task
Weak

Unsuitable treatment of topic within the context of the task
Poor

Almost no treatment of topic within the context of the task
Comparison of Cultures
Strong

Clearly compares the student's community with the target culture, including supporting details and relevant examples
Good

Compares the student's own community with the target culture, including some supporting details and mostly relevant examples
Fair

Presents information only about the student's own community or only about the target culture, including a few supporting details and examples
Weak

Presents information only about the student's own community or only about the target culture, but may not compare them; consists mostly of statements with no development
Poor

Presents information only about the student's own community or only about the target culture, and may not include examples
Understanding the target culture
Strong

Demonstrates understanding of the target culture, despite a few minor inaccuracies
Good

Demonstrates some understanding of the target culture, despite minor inaccuracies
Fair

Demonstrates a basic understanding of the target culture, despite inaccuracies
Weak

Demonstrates a limited understanding of the target culture; may include several inaccuracies
Poor

Demonstrates minimal understanding of the target culture; generally inaccurate
Organization
Strong

Organized presentation; effective use of transitional elements or cohesive devices
Good

Organized presentation; some effective use of transitional elements or cohesive devices
Fair

Some organization; limited use of transitional elements or cohesive devices
Weak

Limited organization; ineffective use of transitional elements or cohesive devices
Poor

Little or no organization; absence of transitional elements and cohesive devices
Comprehensibility
Strong

Fully understandable, with ease and clarity of expression; occasional errors do not impede comprehensibility
Good

Fully understandable, with some errors which do not impede comprehensibility
Fair

Generally understandable, with errors that may impede comprehensibility
Weak

Partially understandable, with errors that force interpretation and cause confusion for the listener
Poor

Barely understandable, with frequent or significant errors that impede comprehensibility
Vocabulary and idiomatic language
Strong

Accuracy and variety in grammar, syntax, and usage, with few errors
Good

Varied and generally appropriate vocabulary and idiomatic language
Fair

Appropriate but basic vocabulary and idiomatic language
Weak

Limited vocabulary and idiomatic language
Poor

Very few vocabulary resources
Register
Strong

Mostly consistent use of register appropriate for the presentation
Good

Generally consistent use of register appropriate for the presentation, except for occasional shifts
Fair

Use of register may be inappropriate for the presentation with several shifts
Weak

Use of register is generally inappropriate for the presentation
Poor

Minimal or no attention to register
Grammar, syntax, and usagea
Strong

Accuracy and variety in grammar, syntax, and usage, with few errors
Good

General control of grammar, syntax, and usage
Fair

Some control of grammar, syntax, and usage
Weak

Limited control of grammar, syntax, and usage
Poor

Little or no control of grammar, syntax, and usage
Pronunciation, intonation, pacing
Strong

Pronunciation, intonation, and pacing make the response comprehensible; errors do not impede comprehensibility
Good

Pronunciation, intonation, and pacing make the response mostly comprehensible; errors do not impede comprehensibility
Fair

Pronunciation, intonation, and pacing make the response generally comprehensible; errors occasionally impede comprehensibility
Weak

Pronunciation, intonation, and pacing make the response difficult to comprehend at times; errors impede comprehensibility
Poor

Pronunciation, intonation, and pacing make the response difficult to comprehend; errors impede comprehensibility


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