Rubrics for World Languages
Evaluating classroom performance and proficiency
A. Performance - rubrics for performance assessments at the end of a unit.
B. Proficiency - rubrics for exams, pre/post-assessments, comprehensive tasks and gathering high-quality student data (HQSD).
A. Rubrics for Performance Levels
Evaluate performance-based assessments 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 rubric has two components:
- 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.
- Single-point 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.
B. Rubrics for Each Proficiency Level
Determine specific classroom proficiency levels on performance assessments, comprehensive tasks, exams, or pre/post-assessments for high-quality student data (HQSD). Each rubric has two components:
- 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.
- Single-point 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.
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