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Conversation skills/Social thinking

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Rubric Code: VX9XBCW
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Keywords: Social Skills, Conversations, Listening, Nonverbal Language
Categories: Subjects: Communication   Social Sciences  
Types: Assignment   ePortfolio   Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

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  Needs Instruction
1 pts
Emerging
2 pts
Developing
3 pts
Mastery
4 pts
Getting Listener's Attention
Needs Instruction

Speaks without gaining the listener's attention.
Emerging

Gains attention appropriately (i.e. saying the listener's name) before speaking with consistent adult prompts.
Developing

Gains attention appropriately (i.e. saying the listener's name) before speaking with minmal adult prompts.
Mastery

Gains attention appropriately (i.e. saying the listener's name) before speaking independently.
Looking/Body Language
Needs Instruction

Does not look at person during a conversation.
Emerging

Looks at person during the conversation when prompted, and then looks away.
Developing

Looks at person during the conversation with minmal adult prompts.
Mastery

Looks at person during the conversation without adult prompts.
Starting a Conversation
Needs Instruction

Does not initiate talking to anyone.
Emerging

Generates/Asks a question or statement on a topic of mutual interest/knowledge to the listener to start a conversation with moderate assistance in structured activities.
Developing

Generates/Asks a question or statement on a topic of mutual interest/knowledge to the listener to start a conversation with minimal assistance in structured and unstructured activities.
Mastery

Generates/Asks a question or statement on a topic of mutual interest/knowledge to the listener to start a conversation independently.
Maintaining a Conversation
Needs Instruction

Does not ask questions related to the listener's topic/interests.
Emerging

Generates/Asks questions about the listener's statements with moderate assistance in structured activities.
Developing

Generates/Asks questions about the listener's statements with minimal assistance in structured and unstructured activities.
Mastery

Generates/Asks questions about the listener's statements independently in structured and unstructured.
Topic Maintenance
Needs Instruction

Does not stay on topic.
Emerging

Stays on topic with moderate assistance.
Developing

Stays on topic with minmal assistance.
Mastery

Stays on topic independently.
Ending Conversation
Needs Instruction

Does not end a conversation and just walks away.
Emerging

Appropriately ends a conversation with consistent adult prompts.
Developing

Appropriately ends a conversation with occasional adult prompts.
Mastery

Appropriately ends a conversation independently.



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