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Post Secondary Communication Skills 
Rubric based on the CELF-5 Pragmatic Profile.
Rubric Code: R22AC35
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Subject: Communication  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8


Powered by iRubric Post Secondary Communication Skills
  Poor

Multiple reminders

1 pts

Fair

Sometimes, given 2 or less reminders

2 pts

Good

Usually, with 1 reminder

3 pts

Excellent

Nearly always, no reminders

4 pts

Interruptions

Conversational Awareness Skills
Understands when reciprocal rules in a conversation

Poor

Needs staff assistance to know when to stop his train of thought and allow his partner to speak (3-4 prompts per week)
Fair

Needs staff assistance to know when to stop his train of thought and allow his partner to speak (2-3 prompts per week)
Good

Needs staff assistance to know when to stop his train of thought and allow his partner to speak (1-2 prompts per week)
Excellent

Needs staff assistance to know when to stop his train of thought and allow his partner to speak (1 or no prompts per week)
Main Idea

Gets to the point during conversation

Poor

Conversations are often long winded and lacks an end point.
Fair

Needs multiple reminders to get to the point during conversation.
Good

Gets to the point during conversation with 1 prompt.
Excellent

Indepently gets to the point during conversation.
Advocacy

Describing Strengths and Weaknesses as they relate to employment skills

Poor

Student does know what his strengths and weaknesses are as they relate to communication skills and cannot advocate for his needs
Fair

Student states accommodations and/or modifications, but can not provide reasons for having them
Good

Student is able to state accommodations and/or modifications with an explanation of why he/she is receiving them with adult prompting
Excellent

Student is able to state accommodations and/or modifications with an explanation of why he/she is receiving them independently



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