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Методический материал:"Критерии оценивания умиений.Проектная деятельность."


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Intel® Teach Elements

Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms


Communication Rubric

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Speaking Content: Introduction

When I present, I begin with an introduction that informs my audience of my presentation’s theme and engages my audience.

When I present, I begin by introducing the topic.

When I present, I try to introduce the topic, but my introduction may leave my audience confused about my presentation’s topic.

I do not begin my presentation by introducing my topic.

Speaking Content: Speaking Content: Body

When I present, I provide details and supporting information that clarify the main ideas and elaborate on thoughts, ideas, and opinions.

I provide details and supporting information that clarify the main ideas.

I provide some details and supporting information that clarify some of the main ideas.

I do not provide any details or supporting information to clarify the main ideas.

Speaking Content: Conclusion

I conclude my presentation in a memorable way to reinforce my presentation’s theme.

I conclude my presentation by reinforcing my presentation’s theme.

I conclude my presentation in a generic way

I do not end my presentation with a conclusion.

Speaking: Voice and Mannerisms

When I present, I speak naturally with poise, precision, animation, and proper volume. I effectively use nonverbal cues, such as facial expressions, gestures, posture, and proximity.

When I present, I enunciate clearly and speak audibly, avoid clumsy pauses and fillers, maintain eye contact with my listeners, and use gestures and facial expressions to keep the audience engaged.

When I present, I sometimes use a voice too soft for listeners to comfortably hear and understand, use fillers such as “uh” and “um”, have difficulty maintaining eye contact, and forget to use nonverbal cues.

When I present, I speak inaudibly, enunciate poorly, mispronounce words, distract listeners with fillers such as “uh” or “um”, pause awkwardly, frequently look down to avoid eye contact, and use distracting gestures and other nonverbal cues.


Speaking: Audience Awareness

I recognize and effectively vary my speaking based on audience characteristics, such as group size, gender, and age.

I recognize different types of audiences and vary my speaking to meet their needs.

I try to take into account different types of audiences, but I am not effective in varying my speaking to meet their needs.

I do not consider different types of audiences.

Speaking: Purpose

I vary my word choice, tone, animation, gestures, pauses, and opinions according to the purpose of my speaking, such as to inform, persuade, or entertain.

I vary my speaking according to the purpose, such as to inform, persuade, or entertain.

I try to vary my speaking according to the purpose, but I have difficulty sounding credible.

I do not consider the purpose for my speaking.

Speaking: Audio or Visual Aids

I effectively use a variety of audio and visual aids to enhance my message.

I use audio or visual aids to enhance my message.

I try to use audio and visual aids, but they may not enhance my message.

I do not use audio or visual aids, or if I use them, they distract the audience from my message.

Listening: Body Language

I listen attentively by facing the speaker, making eye contact, and paraphrasing what is said.

I usually listen attentively, face the speaker, make eye contact, and paraphrase what is said.

I try to listen to the speaker but my attention sometimes wanders, I frequently break eye contact, or I have difficulty recalling what is said.

I do not listen attentively, I create disruptions, and I cannot recall what is said.

Listening: Questions

I ask and respond to questions effectively and appropriately about presentations.

I ask and respond to questions appropriately.

I rarely ask questions and make limited responses to questions asked of me.

I do not ask or answer questions.

Listening: Interpretation

I identify and interpret multiple messages and purposes intended by the speaker. I can:
• Summarize the main ideas thoroughly and precisely
• Distinguish between fact and opinion
• Identify supported and unsupported statements
• Recognize persuasive appeals
• Draw sound, thoughtful conclusions with supporting details
• Follow the speaker’s reasoning
I identify and interpret multiple messages and purposes intended by the speaker. I can:
• Summarize the main ideas thoroughly and precisely
• Distinguish between fact and opinion
• Identify supported and unsupported statements
• Recognize persuasive appeals
• Draw sound, thoughtful conclusions with supporting details
• Follow the speaker’s reasoning

I identify and interpret some messages and purposes intended by the speaker. I can:
• Summarize main ideas clearly and accurately
• Distinguish between fact and opinion
• Draw appropriate conclusions

I try to identify and interpret messages and purposes intended by the speaker, but I have trouble understanding some pieces. I can:
• Summarize some of the main ideas
• Sometimes distinguish between facts and opinions
• Draw basic conclusions

I can not identify or interpret messages and purposes intended by the speaker.

Listening: Following Instructions

I accurately follow instructions that require action over an extended period of time. I ask questions to clarify instructions and directions.

I restate and carry out multistep oral instructions. I ask questions to clarify instructions.


I have trouble carrying out multistep oral instructions.


I need to hear oral instructions repeatedly before I can carry them out.


Discussing: Body Language

I pay attention when others are speaking by maintaining eye contact; listening with openness, interest, and awareness; and giving appropriate verbal and nonverbal cues.


I pay attention when others are speaking by maintaining eye contact and giving some appropriate verbal and nonverbal cues.


I usually pay attention when others are speaking, but sometimes, I interrupt or give inappropriate nonverbal cues, such as rolling my eyes, yawning, or looking away.

I seldom pay attention when others are speaking, or I create disruptions.


Discussing: Participation

I contribute by responding directly and thoughtfully to others’ ideas and opinions; actively and consistently sharing my thoughts, opinions, and ideas; and sometimes leading the group by asking higher-level questions or by drawing others out.


I contribute by connecting to what others say and by sharing my thoughts, opinions, and ideas.


I occasionally contribute by connecting to what others say, but often I am hesitant to share my thoughts, opinions, and ideas.


I seldom make an effort to connect to what others say, and I rarely share my thoughts, opinions, or ideas, or I only share when prompted to do so.


Discussing: Critical Thinking

I look for points of agreement in all points of view, even those I disagree with, and I question all opinions critically, even those I agree with.

I seriously consider all points of view in a discussion.

I consider some points of view in a discussion, but I may accept opinions I agree with or reject opinions I do not agree with without much thought.

I rarely think seriously about viewpoints that I do not agree with in a discussion.


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