Example of an Assessment Rubric for Additional Languages: Prepared Speech Spoken Language Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Additional Lang (20x2 =40) 7–8 5–6 3–4 1-2 Content and planning Well planned and very Good planning and Very little evidence of No evidence of informative fairly planning planning and informative and somewhat therefore informative. uninformative. Language usage Evidence of good Sufficient language Insufficient language Inadequate language language usage control. control. control. 7–8 5–6 3–4 1-2 Register Appropriate register Appropriate register Lapses in register and Inappropriate register Use of voice and and fairly enunciation. and poor Enunciation good voice projection. clear enunciation enunciation. Good enunciation. 4 3 2 1 Audience awareness Good use of gestures Appropriate use of Fairly appropriate use Inappropriate use of Key cards and and gestures of gestures gestures supporting ai engages well with and some audience and some audience and very little audience audience. rapport. rapport. rapport. Uses key cards and Uses key cards and Key cards and Key cards and supporting supporting supporting aids supporting aids aids effectively aids well ineffectively used. ineffectively used. NB. When assessing other spoken language include the 'additional evidence', in the rubric in the first row; e.g. for reading aloud, understanding and fluency would replace content.