COMMUNICATION

 

 

Students will demonstrate proficiency and fluency in their ability to meet the literacy demands of an interconnected world.

 

 

Exemplary

Accomplished

Developing

Beginning

presentation

         Shows sophisticated sense of audience

         Uses language artfully and articulately

         Meaningfully organizes

         Uses media/materials effectively

         Shows clear sense of audience

         Uses language is effectively

         Clearly organizes

         Uses media/materials appropriately

         Shows some sense of audience

         Uses language somewhat effectively

         Somewhat organized

         Somewhat appropriate use of media/materials

         Shows little sense of audience

         Uses language ineffectively

         Weak organization interferes with meaning

         Ineffective use of media/materials

interpersonal  skills

         Skillfully chooses appropriate means of communication at all times

         Uses sophisticated non-verbal communication

         Skillfully promotes discourse

         Consistently chooses appropriate means of communication

         Uses appropriate non-verbal communication

         Actively promotes discourse

         Inconsistently chooses appropriate means of communication

         Uses appropriate non-verbal communication when prompted

         Inconsistently engages in discourse

         Rarely chooses appropriate means of communication

         Has difficulty with appropriate non-verbal communication

         Rarely engages in discourse

interpretation

         Applies complex listening skills

         Applies complex reading and viewing skills

         Recognizes sophisticated patterns and complex forms

         Creates insightful, discerning, perceptive meaning

         Applies appropriate listening skills

         Applies appropriate reading and viewing skills

         Recognizes consistent patterns and forms

         Creates thoughtful, perceptive, meaning

         Applies basic listening skills

         Applies basic reading and viewing skills

         Recognizes basic patterns and forms

         Creates plausible but superficial meaning

         Rarely applies listening skills

         Rarely applies reading and viewing skills

         Unable to recognize patterns and forms

         Creates meaning on a literal level

writing

         Scores at level 5 or higher on the Barlow Diagnostic Writing Rubric

         Scores at level 4 on the Barlow Diagnostic Writing Rubric

         Scores at level 3 on the Barlow Diagnostic Writing Rubric

         Scores below level 3 on the  Barlow Diagnostic Writing Rubric