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As you all know that Evaluation is an integral part of  the learning process, we are going to have two types of evaluation. 
(i) The teacher will evaluate  through a listening exercise related to the studied topic, but with different questions.
(ii) You will have a self evaluation of your own progress and also of your friend's progress by following the Rubric below.
Evaluation Rubric

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Make eye contact/follow the speaker The student rarely if ever makes eye contact or focuses on the speaker The student will make eye contact with the speaker only when the speaker starts or when the speaker calls them to attention. The student keeps eye contact with the speaker and only occasionally needs to be reminded to stay focused. The student always keeps eye contact with the speaker, and/ or follows the speaker visually and shows alertness in following the teacher.

Summarize what the speaker is saying/ What they are listening The student is unable to state main ideas and does nothing to help themselves do so. The student is able to summarize every few sentences by stating main ideas if prompted by the teacher. The student is able to summarize every few sentences by stating main ideas 80% of the time. Takes notes if this is helpful The student is able to summarize every few sentences by stating main ideas. Takes notes if this is helpful

Completed the exercises online. 1 correct answer 2 correct answers 3,4 correct answers All correct answers

Ask questions. The student is unable to link what they are hearing to prior knowledge in the subject and/or assimilates knowledge from other areas of the arts. The student links what they are hearing to prior knowledge in the subject and/or assimilates knowledge from other areas of the arts with teacher help. The student links what they are hearing to prior knowledge in the subject and/or assimilates knowledge from other areas of the arts 80% of the time The student links what they are hearing to prior knowledge in the subject and/or assimilates knowledge from other areas of the arts.

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