Oral Evaluation Rubric
3 Complete. The speaker clearly conveys the main idea and provides details that are relevant and interesting.
2 Generally complete. The speaker conveys the main idea but does not provide adequate relevant details to support it.
1 Incomplete. The main idea is unclear. Much of the detail is irrelevant or non-existent.
3 Comprehensible. The speaker uses appropriate language to convey the main idea of this item clearly.
2 Generally comprehensible. The message is unclear in places. The language used is inadequate to make the message totally clear.
1 Incomprehensible. The message could only be understood by a sympathetic native speaker. The language used is often distorted by interference from English.
3 The student speaks very clearly without hesitation. Pronunciation and intonation sound natural.
2 The student speaks with some hesitation. Problems with pronunciatio do not prevent communication.
1 The student hesitates frequently. Problems with pronunciation distort meaning and inhibit communication in some instances.
3 Functions, grammar, and vocabulary are used correctly.
2 Minor problems in usage do not distort meaning or inhibit communication.
1 Problems in usage significantly distort meaning or inhibit communication.
3 Excellent. The student rarely refers to the note cards.
2 Fair. The student often refers to the note cards.
1 Poor. The student reads most of the presentation from the note cards.
TOTAL POINTS: /15
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