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Ib Spanish Sl Written Assignment Rubric Template

Written Assignment (started mid- 1st semester & submitted in early March): receptive and productive written skills (20%) External Written Assignment Details

  • You will read 2 literary texts in class (or 15 short literary pieces)

  • You will do a piece of creative writing of your choice on one text

  • 500-600 words (Paper 2-type: pick a creative text format such as blog, letter, interview, journal entry, etc.)

  • You will also write a 150 - 250 word rationale based on the texts in which you explain what you have done and justify why

  • Written independently outside of class 

  • Teacher advises, but DOES NOT comment or correct

  • Word processed in a layout appropriate to task

  • Direct phrases should not be copied from the text, rather a clear connection with the text can be shown by doing things like: choosing a particular event in the book to develop, making reference to other events and characters, adopting the personality and language of a character, or showing understanding of the social, cultural or historical events relevant to the story.

  • Cover sheet filed out electronically by student & submitted by the March deadline discussed in class

  • Below is a detailed explanation of the IB Assessments that will take place during this course (IB Spanish SL - Spanish 400). In class, we will practice extensively with tasks similar to the ones presented below. Many speaking and writing tasks will be assessed using the IB rubrics (Assessment Criteria) you can find attached at the bottom of this page. 

     

    Assessments for IB Spanish (SL - "Nivel básico")

    We will explore various topics under the following IB Themes:

    TEMAS TRONCALES (CORE TOPICS):

    • Comunicación y medios (Communications and Media)
    • Cuestiones globales (Global Issues)
    • Relaciones sociales (Social Relationships)

    2 OPCIONES (OPTIONS) MÍNIMO:

    • Ciencia y tecnología (Science and Technology)
    • Costumbres y tradiciones (Customs and Traditions)
    • Diversidad cultural (Cultural Diversity)
    • Ocio (Leisure)
    • Salud (Health).

    External Assessment(70% of total IB test score)

    Paper 1(taken in May): Receptive Skills (25%)  Paper 1 Overview

    • Text-handling exercises (Reading Comprehension) based on core topics

    • 1h 30m

    • 4 texts (each will be a different type, ie: an article, report, interview, blog, etc.), 45 questions

    Paper 2 (taken in May): Written Productive Skills (25%)  Paper 2 Overview

    • Writing exercise based on options

    • 1h 30m

    • You will pick ONE of five possible writing prompts

    • 250 - 400 words

    Written Assignment (started mid-1st semester & submitted in early March): receptive and productive written skills (20%)  

    External Written Assignment Details

    • You will read 3 texts interrelated by topic based on core topics

    • You will write 300 - 400 words (Paper 2-type: pick a text format such as blog, report, interview, etc.)

    • You will also write a 150 - 200 word rationale (fundamentación)  based on the texts in which you explain what you have done and justify why

    • Texts are selected by the student

    • Written independently outside of class 

    • Teacher advises, but DOES NOT comment or correct

    • Word processed in a layout appropriate to task

    • Sources must be cited in a bibliography at the end of the written assignment (this is not included in the word count)

    • Cover sheet filled out electronically by student & submitted by the March deadline discussed in class

    Internal Assessment (30% of total IB test score)                                                                             

    Individual Oral (completed by mid-March)(20%)

    • Based on options

    • Two color photographs (never seen by student) with caption or title

    • Student selects one photograph of the two

    • May write brief annotations (up to 10) on a note card during preparation time

    • Supervised preparation (15 minutes) followed by presentation of the photo (3-4 minutes) and discussion (5-6 minutes)

    • Presentation of the photo (3-4 minutes): Describe the photo, relate it to the option topic, Hispanic culture & your own culture. Suggest wider issues raised by the photo.
    • Discussion (5-6 minutes): Your Teacher will ask you questions about the photograph and about issues related to the topic.
    • Recorded & scored by Teacher, externally moderated

    • Up to 5 students may use same picture, but caption will always be different

    Interactive Oral (completed anytime throughout the course, but not later than mid-March)(10%)

    • Based on core topics

    • 3 interactive activities done in class & scored by your Teacher; best score is picked & submitted

    • One activity must be based on a listening stimulus

    ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:

     

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