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Speaking Rubric 
Speaking Rubric Assessment adapted from Splendid-Speaking
Rubric Code: S2468WX
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Subject: English  
Type: Exam  
Grade Levels: (none)

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  Excellent

2

(N/A)

Good

1

(N/A)

Poor

0

(N/A)

Grammar & Vocabulary

Excellent

Language is entirely accurate and may show playful features of the language (puns, metaphors, etc). Speaker has excellent control of language and is able to express complex ideas clearly and in an interesting way.
Good

Speaker is mostly accurate and appropriate and is able to express their ideas clearly. The listener has no problem understanding the speaker.
Poor

The speaker has difficulty expressing themselves in anything other than short sentences. There are frequent hesitations or pauses while the speaker searches for the language they need to express themselves.
Fluency

Excellent

Delivery is natural and so fluent that the speaker is a pleasure to listen to.
Good

Delivery is fairly fluent, apart from the odd occasion when the speaker has forgotten a word, or has to think about a grammatical structure. The listener does not feel the need to prompt the speaker.
Poor

Delivery is stilted and faltering. The listener often feels the need to hurry the speaker along with prompts or interruptions.
Pronunciation

Excellent

The speaker articulates sounds clearly and correctly, and speaks with the appropriate word stress and intonation. The listener has no problems understanding what is being said. There are probably features of an accent, but they do not detract from understanding.
Good

There is some influence of the first language on the speaker's articulation of sounds. Overall, this does not detract from what the speaker is saying and poses no comprehension problems.
Poor

Pronunciation of words, word stress and/or intonation is so strongly influenced by the first language that the listener has frequent problems recognizing what the speaker is trying to say.
Extended Discourse Management

Excellent

The speaker uses sophisticated language and/or strategies to guide the listener through the talk. The listener is fully able to follow the thread of what the speaker is saying.
Good

The speaker uses standard textbook language to guide the listener through the talk, which is well organized.
Poor

The speaker places a heavy burden on the listener to follow the thread of the presentation, which is disorganized and incoherent.
Content

Excellent

The speaker brings in everyday examples, memorable stories, or anecdotes to make the content more relevant or interesting to the listener.
Good

The speaker brings in relevant content to make the content interesting to the listener.
Poor

Content is uninteresting or completely unrelated to the topic.



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  • 3rd. Grade Advance Level


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