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ESL Role Play Performance Test Rubric 
Assessment of Speaking Test Role Play (Grade 2 - High School South Korea)
Rubric Code: HA22WA
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Subject: English  
Type: Exam  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor

0 pts

Fair

1 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

5 pts

Clarity

Poor

Speech was awkward and incomprehensible at all times.
Fair

Speech was awkward and incomprehensible to understand some of the time.
Good

Speech was awkward at times but always understandable.
Excellent

Speech was clear and comprehensible at all times.
Pronunciation

Poor

Student's pronunciation was incomprehensible.
Fair

Student's pronunciation made understanding difficult.
Good

Student's pronunciation was understandable with some error.
Excellent

Student's pronunciation was like a native speaker.
Fluency

Poor

Student was unable to speak during the role play.
Fair

Student showed great difficulty in performing the role play, but was able to complete the task.
Good

Students was able to perform the role play with little difficulty.
Excellent

Students were able to perform the role play clearly with no difficulty.
Comprehension

Poor

Student was unable to follow cues, requiring a lot of repetition and help from partner/teacher.
Fair

The student was able to follow cues but needed some help from their partner/teacher.
Good

The student understood the cues and responses required of her almost all the time. Able to self-correct.
Excellent

The student fully understood the cues and responses required for the role play.
Tone and Intonation

Poor

Student lacked tone and intonation completely. Speech was robotic and monotonous, showing no emotion or inflection at all.
Fair

Student showed little change in tone and intonation. Speech was slightly robotic, showing very little emotion or inflection.
Good

Student showed good use of tone and intonation, however, the tone or intonation was inappropriate for the context at times.
Excellent

Student showed excellent use of tone and intonation. Both tone and intonation were appropriate for the context of the role play.
Content

Poor

Role play was disjointed in content. No target language, adjectives or prices were used.
Fair

Role play was slightly disjointed in content. Some, but not much target language, including adjectives and prices.
Good

Role play was cohesive: good use of target language. Minor deficiencies of adjectives and prices.
Excellent

Role play was cohesive and contained all the necessary elements, including target language, adjectives and prices.



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