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Evidences
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Hello teacher!

These are the evidences that you should take into account when evaluating if your students have achieved the objectives proposed for this cycle. They will help you make a detailed observation of your students as a group and complete the rubric to determine if they are ready for the next cycle.

First objective: Make significant contributions to the class atmosphere.

 

Evidences

  • Students use the target language as a contribution to the class atmosphere.
    Students favor the atmosphere.

 

Second objective: Express ideas and opinions clearly, precisely and convincingly, performing and responding to a wide range of language functions.

Evidences

  • Students can clearly pass judgement, state questions, concerns, and ideas by avoiding crass errors of formulation. 

  • Students can support their views, plans and ideas with examples and can give reasons and explanations for opinions.

  • Students can describe experiences, events, dreams, hopes and ambitions in detail.

  • Students can lead discussions by effectively probing and asking follow-up questions to prevent misunderstandings.

 

Third objective: Engage in debates on content-related topics and establish connections among claims, arguments, and supporting evidence within oral discourse.

 

Evidences

  • Students maintain conversations by defending points of view with specific claims. 

  • Students can persuade others by providing relevant explanations, arguments and comments. 

  • Students process and develop clear arguments by linking ideas logically and expanding and supporting points with appropriate examples.

  • Students can give reasons in support of or against a particular point of view and explain the advantages and disadvantages of various options.