Chez le Coiffeur Stephanie et Katie
Chez le Coiffeur Linsday et Shawna

Devoirs Français III 13 février

Today you will be evaluating EACH of the dialogues. Using the rubric that I have give you, write what Category each performance falls under ex. You will post each comment with your first name and last initial only.

Category- Demonstrates High Proficiency

Number and Grade 9-8 94%

Comments and justification of grade

Advice for next time.

I’m done Madame, what can I do next? Optional activities…

  1. When you have finished with this task, you may go the following sites and look at hair salons.

http://www.alexandreandbe.com/

http://www.jacques-dumont-salons.com/

  1. Want a makeover? Go to http://www.josymermet.com/ . You can see the both male and female makeovers here.

3. Want to send a French Valentine’s day card? Go to http://www.linternaute.com/cartes/categorie/11/saint-valentin.shtml and send a card. 

9-8 DEMONSTRATES HIGH PROFICIENCY

Excellent command of the language:

Few or no grammatical errors

Strong attempts at more complicated structures

Extensive use of vocabulary, including idiomatic expressions

Articulate, flowing speech

Good intonation and largely accurate pronunciation with slight accent

Thorough response with interesting and pertinent detail

7-6 CLEARLY DEMONSTRATES PROFICIENCY

Good command of the language:

Minor grammatical errors

Some attempts at more complicated structures

Adequate use of vocabulary and idiomatic expressions

Some gaps in fluency

Acceptable intonation and pronunciation with distinctive accent

Thorough response with sufficient detail

5-4 DEMONSTRATES PROGRESS TOWARD PROFICIENCY

Comprehensible expression:

Some serious grammatical errors

Reliance on simple structures

Limited vocabulary marked with some Anglicisms

Unnatural hesitations

Errors in intonation and pronunciation with heavy accent

Some detail, but not sufficient

3-2 DEMONSTRATES STRONG NEED FOR INTERVENTION

Limited command of the language:

Serious grammatical errors

Limited grammatical structures

Limited vocabulary marked by frequent Anglicisms that force interpretation by the

listener

Errors in intonation and pronunciation that interfere with listener’s comprehension

General, narrow response

1 UNACCEPTABLE

Response falls below the above descriptions or is inappropriate

Rubric from Ohio Public Schools Model  Assessment Project

http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?Page=3&TopicRelationID=337&Content=33660

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