Speaking assessment

Fluency
Pronunciation and accent
Vocabulary
Grammar
Preparation
Needs work 1
Improving 2
Good 3
Very good 4
Excellent 5
  • Speech is slow and exceedingly hesitant and strained except for short memorized phrases; difficult to perceive continuity in utterances; inaudible.
  • Pronunciation is lacking and hard to understand; no effort towards an English accent.
  • Weak language control; vocabulary that is used does not match the task.
  • Frequent grammatical errors even in simple structures; meaning is obscured.
  • Difficulty in expressing ideas. Lacks confidence to apply new concepts or trial new language. Little eye contact, mainly inaudible. Has difficulty repeating corrections.
  • Speech is frequently hesitant and jerky; with some sentences left uncompleted; volume very soft.
  • Pronunciation is OK; no effort towards an English accent.
  • Weak language control; basic vocabulary choice with some words clearly lacking.
  • Frequent gramatical erros even in simple structures that at times obscure meaning.
  • Some difficulty in expressing ideas. Developing confidence but struggles to apply new language. Some eye contact, sometimes inaudible. Has some difficulty repeating corrections.
  • Speech is relatively smooth but is characterized by some hesitation and unevenness caused by rephrasing and searching for words; volume wavers.
  • Pronunciation is good; some effort at accent, but definetely non-native.
  • Adequate language control; vocabulary range is lacking.
  • Grammatical errors do not obscure the meaning; little variety in structures.
  • Capable of expressing simple ideas. Will apply new concepts and trial new language with some mistakes. Eye contact and appropriate intonations are given. Has little difficulty repeating corrections.
  • Smooth and fluid speech; few hesitations; a slight search for words; inaudible word or two.
  • Pronunciation is good; good effort at accent.
  • Good language control; good range of relatively well-chosen vocabulary.
  • Some errors in grammatical structures possibly caused by attempt to include a variety.
  • Smooth and fluent speech; few to no hesitation; no attempets to search for words; volume is excellent.
  • Pronunciation is excellent; good effort at accent.
  • Excellent control of language features; a wide range of well-chosen vocabulary.
  • Accuracy and variety of grammatical structures.
  • Capable of expressing complex ideas. Will apply new concepts and trial new language with very few mistakes. Eye contact and appropriate intonations are given. Very few corrections needed.

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