French II: Please see this document for your options. group-project For all group projects please turn in the below rubric BEFORE presenting. We will present these June 4th & 5th (a Tues & Wed). Last day of class will be June 10th, and we will have our final that day!
French II: For the francophone country/region option (choice #3 please see below for required elements and rubric. Please note the presentation should be about 5 minutes long. Please make sure that everyone in your group gets a turn talking!
Print this oral rubric out and hand in with a hard copy of your presentation. The hard copy can simply be a print out of your Power Point (or typed up copy if not using Power Point). The hard copy does not need to be in color!
Required Elements for your presentation for your French 122 class:
– le climat
– la situation géographique (visuals here-map)
– 3 choses à voir (3 things to see)
– 3 activités à faire (3 things to do)
-note on variety of French spoken in your country/region if applicable (e.g. Quebecan French and a brief description of how it differs from European French).
– element culturel (musique/art/other media etc.)
-Other interesting points or facts about your region that would introduce your country/region to your audience (for example famous people from this region, or a particular type of food that is a delicacy from your region, or anything else of note associated with your region/country).
For French II: Projects are individualized so content may vary, however use this guideline as a rubric:
These categories will be used to evaluate your oral and PowerPoint presentations about a francophone country/region.
|CompleteSpeaker consistently uses the appropriate functions and vocabulary necessary to communicate.||Generally completeSpeaker generally uses the appropriate functions and vocabulary necessary to communicate.||Somewhat completeSpeaker sometimes uses the appropriate functions and vocabulary necessary to communicate.||IncompleteSpeaker uses few of the appropriate functions and vocabulary necessary to communicate.|
|Accuracy||AccurateSpeaker uses language correctly, including grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation.||Usually accurateSpeaker usually uses language correctly, including grammar, spelling, word order, and punctuation.||Somewhat accurateSpeaker has some problems with language usage.||Seldom accurateSpeaker makes many errors in language usage.|
|Fluency||FluentSpeaker speaks clearly without hesitation. Pronunciation and intonation sound natural.||Moderately fluentSpeaker has few problems with hesitation, pronunciation, and/or intonation.||Somewhat fluentSpeaker has some problems with hesitation, pronunciation, and/or intonation.||Not fluentSpeaker hesitates frequently and struggles with pronunciation and intonation.|
|Presentation Skills||Poised– Makes good eye contact with audience- Shows good interest in and knowledge of topic- Has clearly prepared in advance- Cards not read from, but consulted frequently||Generally poised– Makes some eye contact- Shows some interest in and knowledge of topic- Has prepared somewhat in advance- Cards consulted frequently and sometimes read from||Somewhat poised– Makes minimal eye contact- Shows little interest in and knowledge of topic- Shows minimal preparation- Often reads from cards||Not fully prepared– Keeps head down- Appears disinterested in topic- Little to no advance preparation evident- Continually reads from cards- Gestures distract listener|
|Visual Presentation Tool (PowerPoint)||Complete and attractive– Visually attractive- Draws viewer in- Neat, accurate, and well-organized- Shows extra effort- Contains all required elements (see “Content”)||Generally complete and attractive– Fairly neat, organization acceptable- Some errors- Shows good effort- Contains most of required elements||Somewhat complete and attractive– Somewhat neat; could have better organization- Frequent errors- Contains some of required elements||Incomplete– Images difficult to decipher, poorly chosen, or missing- Sloppy or difficult to follow- Shows minimal effort- Contains few of required elements|