Scoring Guides for World Languages
Evaluating classroom proficiency and performance
Proficiency - rubrics for exams, pre/post-assessments and SLOs
Performance - rubrics for chapter and unit assessments or IPAs
Scoring Guides for Each Proficiency Level
Determine specific classroom proficiency levels on IPAs, comprehensive tasks, exams, pre/post-assessments or SLOs. Each scoring guide has two pages:
- Full rubric with descriptors for Meeting, Exceeding, or Partially Meeting criteria for the Novice Mid to Advanced Low levels. The teacher will use this page to determine the proficiency level.
- Student rubric with space for self-reflection, goal-setting or feedback. The student, or teacher, will use this page to note areas of strength and areas for improvement.
Scoring Guide for Performance Levels
Evaluate performance-based assessments and IPAs at the end of a chapter or unit.
The same rubric will be used for all language levels. Outcomes are based on the expectations for the current level of the assessment. Each scoring guide Includes:
- Full rubric with criteria for Strong, Good, Developing or Emerging evidence of the targeted performance level. The teacher will use this page to determine the performance level. There is a gradebook conversion chart on the full rubric.
- Student rubric with space for self-reflection or feedback. The student, or teacher, will use this page to note areas of strength and areas for improvement.
Last Modified: 9/27/2017 3:27:06 PM