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Rubrics and Evaluation

Page history last edited by Laura Sexton 6 years, 8 months ago

2013 Rubrics & Evaluation Page

 

 

Tools

http://roobrix.com/

Forallrubrics.com

 

 

1) Rubrics can be used for many purposes:

     - teacher evaluates students: formative (where are they in acquiring "X") and summative (how well did they perform "X" task)

     - students evaluate themselves ("I can...") and set goals 

     - students evaluate teacher/lesson/unit (feedback for teacher)

 

 

2) Proficiency-based evaluation of language outcomes:

     - ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines

     - Linguafolio self assessment & NCSSFL Linguafolio docs

     - Outstanding proficiency-based rubrics and materials developed by JCPS Performance Grading Guidelines 

     - Kentucky Standard for WL Proficiency with sample learning targets, proficiency benchmarks

 @MartinaBex Proficiency Targets rubric 

 

 

3) There are different ways to evaluate language outcomes:

     - by skill: listening, reading, speaking, writing

     - by mode of communication: interpretive, interpersonal, presentational

 

(kkissings)We report out on these 5 skills with each report sent home.  These has been working very well for us and have been producing some very impressive results.

Grammar-Vocabulary Proficiency Rubric.pdf

Writing - Holistic Rubric.pdf 

Reading - Comprehensive - Teacher.pdf 

Listening - Comprehensive - Teacher.pdf 

Writing_Speaking- Holistic Rubric.pdf.  

 

 

4) Often our task/assessment/project includes skills other than language:

     - research and digital literacy 

     - teamwork and collaboration

     - visual presentation

 

 

5) Communication of performance

     - levels of proficiency (Novice High, etc.)

     - descriptors such as Beginner/Developing/Proficient/Advanced or Below Expectation/Approaching Expectation/Meets Expectation/Exceeds Expectation

     - numerical: 4-point scale, traditional 100% scale

 

 

6) Progress/grade recording for record keeping

     - needs to reflect what student is able to do

     - should be easily understood by all who come in contact with it (students, parents, support teachers, administration)

 

 

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