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Rubric Code: FXAA99B
French Oral Conversation: Students are paired and select a conversational scenario. They are to come up with original conversation for their scenario. Each student should speak. Conversations should come as close to natural flow as possible and should not feel memorized or read. Students may use note cards as a reference.
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Keywords: Oral communication
Categories: Subjects: Communication   English   Foreign Languages   Health   Humanities   (General)  
Types: Presentation   (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent/Exemplary
(N/A)
Compétent/Proficient
(N/A)
Base/Satisfactory
(N/A)
Les premiers pas/Basic
(N/A)
Les idées - 20
Excellent/Exemplary

- Les etudiants utilisent des phrases et idees originales a faire la conversation.

Students come up with original sentences for their scenarios.
Compétent/Proficient


Base/Satisfactory


Les premiers pas/Basic


La grammaire/grammar - 20
Excellent/Exemplary

- il/elle utilise une très bonne grammaire

- very good grammar use, few to no errors
Compétent/Proficient

- il/elle utilise une bonne grammaire

- good grammar use
-only a few errors
Base/Satisfactory

- il/elle utilise parfois une bonne grammaire

- fair use of grammar, many errors
Les premiers pas/Basic

- il/elle n'utilise pas de bonne grammaire

-grammar is weak, there are many errors
Prononciation/Pronounciatio - 20
Excellent/Exemplary

- Students do their best to pronounce the words correctly; speak clearly and slowly, and enunciate well.
Compétent/Proficient


Base/Satisfactory

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Les premiers pas/Basic


Le temps en classe/Class tim - 20
Excellent/Exemplary

-each class period allocated is used effectively; a variety of resources is engaged; students collaborate effectively and resolve issues for a successful outcome
Compétent/Proficient

-most class time is used effectively; not all required resources are used; group collaborates well most of the time
Base/Satisfactory

- students require reminders to use class time well and to resolve problems
Les premiers pas/Basic

- students require direct intervention for effective use of time and resolving problems
Presentation - 20
Excellent/Exemplary

-il/elle maintient le contact visuel constamment.

-il/elle prononce bien presque tous les mots

-student maintains constant eye contact.

-student pronounces most of the words correctly (no more than 5 pronunciation errors)

- speaks with confidence, without hesitation, loud and clear
Compétent/Proficient


-student maintains regular eye contact.

-student pronounces correctly half of the words


- speaks most of the time with confidence, without hesitation, loud and clear
Base/Satisfactory

-student rarely looks at the audience.

-student makes the initial effort to pronounce the words well

- speaks sometimes with confidence, with hesitation, difficult to hear
Les premiers pas/Basic


-student does not look at the audience.

-student did not make an effort for pronunciation

- speaks with very little confidence, much hesitation, difficult to hear and understand



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