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French Dialogue 1: Greetings 
Students will work in groups to write, practice, and film a short dialogue in which they greet each other, find out each other's names, ask how each other is doing, and say goodbye.
Rubric Code: UB2279
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Subject: Foreign Languages  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Dialogue 1: Salutations
  Needs Improvement

3 pts

Bien

4 pts

Bravo/Excellent!

5 pts

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Content Requirements

Needs Improvement

Missing more than one of the following requirements:
1. Say hello
2. Ask for/give names
3. Ask and answer "How are you?"
4. Introduce third person (in group of 3)
5. Say goodbye
Bien

Missing one of the following requirements:
1. Say hello
2. Ask for/give names
3. Ask and answer "How are you?"
4. Introduce third person (in group of 3)
5. Say goodbye
Bravo/Excellent!

Includes all of the following requirements:
1. Say hello
2. Ask for/give names
3. Ask and answer "How are you?"
4. Introduce third person (in group of 3)
5. Say goodbye
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Comprehensibility

Needs Improvement

A native French speaker could not understand many (3+) phrases and expressions.
Bien

A native French speaker may be confused by one or two words or expressions.
Bravo/Excellent!

A native French speaker could understand you without any problem. (Applies ONLY to vocabulary studied in class; extra phrases will not count.)
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Fluency

Needs Improvement

Halting, frequent stops in the flow of speech. Group members were not memorized at all and/or read from a script the whole time.
Bien

Occasional pauses or stops in the flow of speech. Group members may have needed to reference a script once or twice to help them get through the dialogue.
Bravo/Excellent!

Well-rehearsed, natural sounding speech. Group members were memorized and did not read from a script.
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Creativity & Quality

Needs Improvement

Video was very difficult to understand due to excessive background noise or soft speech. No evidence of effort to be creative or create a quality product. (Example: group members did not correct errors or edit out unnecessary video.)
Bien

Dialogue was well-done and complete, with a logical ending and adequate vocabulary. Dialogue was audible, though may have some distracting background noise.
Bravo/Excellent!

Group thought of an especially creative ending or premise for dialogue. The group may have included extra vocabulary, such as description. Dialogue was clear and audible.
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  • French Greetings Dialogue







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