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Mon restaurant idéal 
You are creating a restaurant with a name, various dishes, set menu or à la carte, prices. Your restaurant must have an overall theme (in name and dishes) and must be easily with all practical info accessible (address, number, map, website)
Rubric Code: Y2X3445
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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198 points
  Not Ready

1- 8

(N/A)

Getting There

8 -14

(N/A)

Almost Ready

9 - 15

(N/A)

What a project!

16 - 22 per criteria

(N/A)

Menu

Not Ready

Options for a menu or à la carte are a few and not diverse (less than 3) and much English was used and don't go well with the name of restaurant
Getting There

Options for a menu or à la carte are decently diverse and numerous (between 3 and 6) and some English was used and go fairly well with the name of restaurant
Almost Ready

Options for a menu or à la carte are diverse and numerous (more than 6) and no English and go well with the name of restaurant
What a project!

Options for a menu or à la carte are numerous, diverse and creative and all in French and fit the name of restaurant
Infographics

Not Ready

Menu is not colourful, not appealing, no images and much English was used. Very little effort to create a real menu
Getting There

Menu is somewhat colorful, appealing and some English was used. Some effort to create a real menu.
Almost Ready

Menu is appealing and no English was used. Clear effort to create a real menu.
What a project!

Menu is all in French and very appealing. It could be used in a real restaurant
Accuracy of Language

Not Ready

The mistakes in
structure of
sentences inhibit
understanding.
Getting There

There are many
mistakes present and
they begin to distract
from the menu and sentences.
Almost Ready

There are some
mistakes but they do
not distract from
understanding the
menu and sentences.
What a project!

There is flawless use
of grammar and
mechanics.
Word Choice

Not Ready

The student did not
make good word
choices. There were
many anglicisms and English words.
Getting There

The student used
some words
accurately however
there were some
anglicisms and one or two English words.
Almost Ready

The student used
basic words with
some variety. There were no English words.
What a project!

The student used a
variety of
well-chosen words
which help to express their choices for the menu.
Vidéo Pronunciation and fluidity

Not Ready

Emerging

Poor pronunciation interferes with meaning. Halting speech and pauses interfere with the communication of the message. Several lapses into English. Little sense of fluidity.
Getting There

Developing

Acceptable pronunciation. Occasional hesitations or pauses that interfer slightly with communication of the message. Minor momentary lapses into English. Choppy but continuous.
Almost Ready

Proficient

Good Pronunciation. Occasional hesitations or pauses that do not interfere with communication of the message. No English was used.
What a project!

Exemplary

Pronunciation is excellent. Natural fluidity and intonation. No or very few hesitations or pauses. No English was used.
Vidéo: Would a native understand?

Not Ready

Emerging

Message is communicated with difficulty and unclear to audience.
Getting There

Developing

Messages is somewhat understood . Several gaps of confusion.
Almost Ready

Proficient

Message is for the most part clearly communicated. Occasional gap of confusion.
What a project!

Exemplary

Message is very effectively communicated.
Vidéo: Vocabulary & Grammar

Not Ready

Emerging

Vocabulary is repetitive and/or inappropriate to topic, leads to misunderstanding. Very limited.
Significant patterns of errors in grammar, interfere with understanding - little sense of sentence structure
Getting There

Developing

Vocabulary is adequate to communicate main ideas.
Patterns of grammatical errors exist but do not dominate.
Almost Ready

Proficient

Appropriate vocabulary with a good variety.
Occasional errors in grammar, but no significant patterns of error.
What a project!

Exemplary

Rich variety of vocabulary.

Highly accurate use of syntax, no patterns of error.
Vidéo: Self-corrections

Not Ready

Emerging

Self correction does not improve comprehensibility. and is rare.
Getting There

Developing

Some self correction is successful.
Almost Ready

Proficient

Most self correction is successful.
What a project!

Exemplary

Self correction increases comprehensibility
Cultural Research on 3 dishes

Not Ready

Poor

There is little or no relevance of the information to the dishes.
Getting There

Fair

There is some relevance of the information to the dishes.
Almost Ready

Good

The information is relevant to the dishes. There is some extension/extra information presented.
What a project!

Excellent

The information is relevant and much extended information is offered about the dishes.



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