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Spanish Dialogue

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Rubric Code: J2WA5AB
A Spanish dialogue between two or more characters using the vocabulary from previous lessons. This should emphasize food vocabulary. Imagine you are out to eat, catching up with a friend, or meeting someone new. Have a conversation in the PRESENT TENSE, about your likes and dislikes, your preferences, what you want to eat, etc. Plagiarism, including copying all or a portion of someone else’s work, or the utilization of a translator, will result in a zero. Late assignments will be 10% of per day.
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Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Spanish Dialogue
Going out to eat.
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Content (2x the points)
Vocabulary from previous lessons, with an emphasis on food vocabulary, e:i verbs, e:ie verbs, and tener expressions.
5

Author demonstrates strong understanding of Spanish vocabulary. Some complex sentences included. The dialogue is in the present tense and no more than 2 words not taught in class are used.
4

Author demonstrates adequate understanding of Spanish vocabulary. The dialogue is in the present tense and no more than 4 words not taught in class are used.
3

Author demonstrates some understanding of Spanish vocabulary. The dialogue is in the present tense and no more than 6 words not taught in class are used.
2

Author demonstrates little understanding of the Spanish vocabulary. Many one and two word responses. The dialogue has some past tense and 7+ words not taught in class are used.
Spelling and Grammar
Check for conjugations (subject verb agreement), accent marks, and punctuation.
5

There are no spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
4

There are 1-2 spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
3

There are 3-4 spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
2

There are more than 4 spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors.
Creativity
Make your conversation original and let it reflect your personality.
5

Contains many creative details that add to the audience's enjoyment and show the effort of the authors. Background information is clearly related to the conversation. There are visual thoughtful props that help the audience understand the context. If doing a video, it is neatly edited and thoughtfully produced.
4

Contains several creative details that add to the reader's enjoyment and show the effort of the author. Background is related to the conversation. Visual props add to the presentation of the dialogue. If doing a video, it is neat and is done well overall.
3

Contains a few creative details or details that do little to support the dialogue. Background not clearly related to the conversation. Visual props are messy and/or irrelevant. If doing a video, the video lacks creativity and can be hard to follow at times.
2

Contains little or no creativity or detail. Little effort is shown by the author. Background not related to the conversation. Little to no props are used or props are messy and without evidence of clear consideration. If doing a video, the video is hard to follow.
Presentation
Make sure your dialogue has flow, in how it is written, how it is spoken (voice), and in your body language.
5

Dialogue is well organized and flows like a natural conversation. Background is clearly related to the conversation.
4

Dialogue is fairly well organized and mostly flows like a natural conversation.
3

Dialogue is slightly confusing and somewhat flows like a natural conversation.
2

Dialogue is hard to follow and doesn't flow like a natural conversation.
Length
Be sure to follow the length requirement and the requirement for 2 COPIES of the entire dialogue per person.
5

Conversation is 4+ minutes (6+ minutes if in a group of 3)

Individual speaks for a minimum of 2 minutes.

The individual turned in 2 COMPLETE copies of the dialogue. (if in a group of 4, 4 copies are required)
4

Conversation is 3 minutes and thirty seconds to 3 minutes and 59 seconds long.

Individual speaks for a minimum of 1:30 seconds.

The individual turned in 2 COMPLETE copies of the dialogue. (if in a group of 4, 4 copies are required)
3

Conversation is between two minutes and 31 seconds and 3 minutes and 29 seconds long.

Individual speaks for a minimum of 1 minute.

The individual turned in 2 COMPLETE copies of the dialogue. (if in a group of 4, 4 copies are required)
2

Conversation is less than 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Individual speaks for less than 1 minute.

The individual turned in 2 COMPLETE copies of the dialogue. (if in a group of 4, 4 copies are required)



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