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FINAL PARTIAL

Directions: Work from the


beginning levels up to the
advanced levels. You must
successfully complete the
requirements for ALL points in
one level to move up to the
next level on the rubric for
each heading.

Advanced
9 or 10

Understanding Cultures of the World


Advanced English
MARLA RODRIGUEZ

Portfolio Rubric: Your advancement toward strong and varied language skills in English
Vocabulary use
Independently develops new vocabulary
and integrates it into speech

Check

Independently develops new vocabulary


and integrates it into writing

Informal speaking and listening


Is a confident, effective speaker.
Check Box
Is able1to make use of language subtleties, such
Box
as humor, idioms and irony.

Check Box 1

Check Box 1

Formal speaking
Expresses original, academic thinking
in a way that all can understand easily.

Uses and
synthesizes
information from
Check
Box
35

Uses a wide range of techniques to engage


the audience.

Reading
Analyzes works of poetry effectively

Check Box 35

High grammatical and syntactical control.

non-academic genres to enrich work

Check Box 35

Regularly integrates new vocabulary into

Shows confidence and willingness to speak

8 or 9

speech
Check Box 1
Regularly integrates new vocabulary into

Actively participates in group discussion.


Discuss ideas that involve critical

writing
Check Box 1
Consistently uses strategies to decode

thinking in English.

Developing
intermediate
7

Achieving
beginner
6
Developing
beginner

Articulates
Check
Box 1 new ideas and original
analysis
Check Box
1 of an academic topic without

Check Box 1

substantial help from written work.

command of language.
Check Box 35
Check
Boxrange
35 of techniques to engage the
Uses a wide

Understands language subtleties such as audience.


humor, idioms
Check
Box and
21irony independently

Achieving
intermediate

Writing
Expresses original, academic thinking with a high

Check Box 35

Analyzes works of fiction effectively

Consistently self-edits work on a basic, global

Check
Box 35
and stylistic level. Check Box 35

Articulates new ideas and original thinking beyond

Understands language subtleties such as simply giving opinions.


Check Box
humor, idioms and irony with teacher
Demonstrates willingness to take risks with

Check Box 21
Able to present synthesized information
support
Check Box 21
in an organized, academic manner.
Check Box 21

35

lanaguage
Check Box 35
Writes organized essays using academic

conventions. Check Box 45


Explains facts
Check
Boxand
45restates ideas or summaries
using
some
formal
through traditional quizzes and exams
Shows comprehension of longer fiction.
Check
Box
45English writing conventions Check Box 4
Self-edits
Can use a variety of strategies to decode
Shows comprehension
Check
Box 21 of poetry.
Check
Boxwork
45 on a basic and global level. Check Box 45
Uses paragraphs
Check
Box 45effectively. Check Box 45
unknown words.
Speaks at length fluently without substantial Shows comprehension of non-fiction.
Check Box 12 Student is not afraid to make mistakes or try
Check Box 12
Check Box 4
help from written work.
new ways of speaking.
Can use written English in a variety of genres.
Check Box 21
Answers questions clearly. Check Box 45
Shows improved passive vocabulary
Answers questions clearly.
Reads and understands longer works
Check Box 12 Articulates new ideas and original thinking
(ability to understand new words)
Gives facts and restates ideas clearly. Check Box 45
Contributes
facts and restates ideas in a literal way.
with
substantial
of fiction
with21
teacher support and
Check
Box
Check
Box 12
Check
Box help
12 from written work.
Shows
Check
Boxsome
45 basic self-editing in work. Check Box 45
Can summarize reading, content or other people's
Speaks at length with substantial help
demonstrates comprehension.
Check Box 21
Constistenly uses sentences correctly.
Check Box 12from written work.
ideas to show essential meaning
Check Box 45
Uses appropriate simple vocabulary.
Listens attentively to others.
Reads and understands short works
Writes short summaries of other works in
Check Box 21 Can dictate facts and restate ideas with
Check
Box 21
Gives short "yes" or "no" answers to questions
help from
written
of fictionBox
with teacher
complete sentences. Check Box 45
Check
Box
21work ( mostly reading)
Check
21 support and
Contributes some simple phrases in discussions
Check Box 21
CheckWrites
Boxopinions
45 in complete sentences. Check Box 45
demonstrates comprehension.
unknown words, independently.

Check Box 1

Shows improved active vocabulary

Asks and answers questions regularly.

Articulates
Check Box
12 facts and restates ideas about
Contributes
new1ideas clearly.
Check
Box
Check Box 12 academic material and offers opinions
Demonstrates original thinking about class topics.
without substantial
Check
Box 12help from written work.

After you have checked the points that you believe you have demonstrated competency for and scored yourself for your current

Score: ______/61

Shows comprehension of short fiction.

Current Level: ___________________

What have you improved on most during this partial (or, if this is the 4th partial, during the semester)?
I improved my formal speaking and the way I present with an audience. I also learned to read more carefully to understand details and make proper summaries. I also learned to work better in teams and be more organized

What aspects of your English do you think still needs more work?
The way I present, I need to be more confident and improve my vocabulary

How will you improve those aspects?


By practicing before I present, learning some facts by heart so I don't get so nervous.

What aspect of your portfolio are you most proud of so far? Why?
All of ''The Bluest Eye'' novel updates and reading circles, because we did a very good teamwork and the book was very interesting, we understood the American culture in a whole different way.

What aspect of your portfolio do you think needs the most improvement? Why?
Probably the presentations audios, because we weren't so organized while we presented on class

Your portfolio will include work that you have done all throughout the semester. You will not include all assignments and work i

Once each partial, you will have time to meet with the teacher, discuss your portfolio and your general improvement in English

TO BEGIN: Get the following materials together in one pl For the first 3 partials, you will NOT be graded on your portfolio base
Floppy disk
4 copies of this rubric (one for each partial)
Your Final partial grade will be based directly on this rubric and is wo
Videotape
Cassette
Large binder that can hold ALL materials in an organized manner

t include all assignments and work in your porfolio, but will choose the best work you have done that shows master of all the steps up to an

our general improvement in English during the semester. During the fourth and final partial, you will turn in your final portfolio. On that day, y

OT be graded on your portfolio based on this rubric. Your first 3 partial portfolio grades will be based on THE PROGRESS YOU MAKE.

sed directly on this rubric and is worth 60% of your grade.

ows master of all the steps up to and within your target level. You will be responsible not only for saving your work and choosing the most re

in your final portfolio. On that day, you will meet with the teacher to present your portfolio and to grade your own work in the class. You will

THE PROGRESS YOU MAKE.

your work and choosing the most representative work during the semester, but also for bring videotaping materials to classes in which you i

your own work in the class. You will be asked to explain what you have improved upon during the course and to defend the level you believ

g materials to classes in which you intend to demonstrate strong formal speaking skills. and audiotaping materials for days in which you inte

e and to defend the level you believe you have acheived. The teacher will either approve your level or make changes (which may be higher

materials for days in which you intend to demonstrate strong informal speaking skills.

ake changes (which may be higher or lower than your target level) according to her perspective. You will have the chance to discuss your le

l have the chance to discuss your level, but the final level is determined by the teacher. Your level will determine 60% of your grade in this c

etermine 60% of your grade in this class.