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Here are some Evaluation grids I have used with my students...

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Oral Evaluation
Composition Evaluation 1
Composition Evaluation 2
 
Students' Evaluation of Teacher
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Oral Evaluation
Used for testing Students during an oral exam or for marking their production during an oral presentation
 
This Evaluation Grid is an adaptation, refined over the years, of similar grids found in J.B.Heaton's Writing English Language Tests, and J.W.Oller, Jr's Language Tests at School. My heartfelt thanks go to Morag Sauberli for her indispensable assistance and continued feedback.

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Composition Evaluation # 1
Used as an adjunct for marking students' written work
 
This Evaluation Grid is an adaptation, refined over the years, of similar grids found in J.B.Heaton's Writing English Language Tests, and J.W.Oller, Jr's Language Tests at School.
In this grid, the teacher can assign 60 points for the "composition" portion of a test. Points are awarded for Grammar (correctness), Vocabulary, Punctuation and Spelling, Organisation, Fluency and Relevance. This last point covers the adequation between the topic assigned and the actual text produced by the student.

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Composition Evaluation #2
Used as an adjunct for marking students' written work
 
This Evaluation Grid is an adaptation, refined over the years, of similar grids found in J.B.Heaton's Writing English Language Tests, and J.W.Oller, Jr's Language Tests at School.
In this grid, the teacher can assign 45 points for the "composition" portion of a test. Points are awarded for Grammar (correctness), Punctuation and Spelling, Vocabulary, Organisation, Fluency and Relevance. This last point covers the adequation between the topic assigned and the actual text produced by the student. 
Certain boxes of this grid are "greyed-out", thereby lowering the possible total points available for each section. The teacher can "grey out" a different set of boxes to make the grid fit into the point-system chosen.
The teacher is free to assign greater (or lesser) weighting to any of the heading-sections, to fit more closely with the emphasis given to any of the sections in his / her class.

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Teacher of EFL & English Literature at Collège Claparède, Geneva, Switzerland
CALL Facilitator at the CPTIC
(Centre Pédagogique pour les Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication)
 

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