2C 2014  ロールプレイ「教育」

日にち:4月10日(木曜日)ながい先生
日にち:4月11日(金曜日)フローレス先生

Topics:
Situation 1 and 2 on Textbook page 21.

You will be allowed to choose your own partner, and you will have 3 minutes (2.5 minutes minimum and 3.5 minutes maximum) to complete the task. Remember that both of you have to speak approximately the equal amount, using varies of expressions.

On Friday, you will find out which role play (either Situation 1 or 2) you will be doing by drawing a number. You can choose either role (A-san or B-san) for each situation.

Grading Criteria (20 pts): The Role Play will be graded on an individual basis.

Exemplary
- 4 -
Accomplished
- 3 -
Developing
- 2 -
Beginning
- 1 -
Language Accuracy & Comprehensibility Rarely makes grammar or vocabulary errors.
Listeners are able to comprehend the entire all of the Role Play.
Makes some grammar or vocabulary errors.
Listeners are able to comprehend nearly all of the Role Play.
Makes frequent grammar or vocabulary errors.
Listeners are able to comprehend the main ideas and some details.
Makes so many errors that it gives the impression that the speaker was not prepared.
Listeners are able to comprehend only certain phrases or sentences.
Variety of Expressions Excellent use and variety of vocabulary and expressions (especially those learned in JPN 2 series); many complex sentences Good use and variety of vocabulary and expressions (especially those learned in JPN 2 series); some complex sentences Some vocabulary and expressions used (especially those learned in JPN 2 series); mostly simple sentences Few vocabulary and expressions used (especially those learned in JPN 2 series); mostly simple sentences
Content Logic, Flow, and Connection A sequence of events, descriptions, or expressed thoughts are well connected and flow smoothly. A sequence of events, descriptions, or expressed thoughts are fairly well connected and flow smoothly for most part. Sentences are loosely connected in meaning Phrases and sentences are unconnected.
Depth Demonstrates extensive and accurate knowledge of the topic.
His/her own thoughts are well presented.
Demonstrates fairly extensive and accurate knowledge of the topic.
His/her own thoughts are presented.
Demonstrates some knowledge of the topic.
Very few thoughts of his/her own are presented.
Does not demonstrate accurate knowledge of the topic.
His/her own thoughts are not presented.
Presentation Style Memorized dialogue; No use of note: Eye contact; Volume of voice Very well presented to the audience Well presented to the audience Adequately presented to the audience Poorly presented to the audience

Proofreading
We are REQUIRING that you have your initial draft of the scripts corrected FIRST by either a native speaker or utilizing an on-line correction site, such as LANG-8 or GOOGLEDOCS. If you plan ahead, you can also have your new draft that YOU have re-typed also checked by your instructor.