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Domains: Standards, Levels of Progression, Benchmarks and Criteria

Domain of Presentation


Standard


Pupils present information and ideas in an organized, planned manner in a variety of
formats in spoken and written English on a wide range of topics.



Levels of Progression

Foundation Level

Intermediate Level

Proficiency Level


Pupils present information about personal topics, orally and in writing, using basic organizational skills.

Pupils present information and ideas about general topics fluently, orally and in writing, using basic organizational skills.

Pupils present information and ideas fluently on a wide range of topics, orally and in writing, using more advanced organizational skills.

Pupils use basic vocabulary and simple syntax.

Pupils use a broad range of vocabulary and simple syntactic structures accurately and appropriately to the format.

Pupils use rich vocabulary, complex syntactic structures, discourse markers and varied registers to match audience and purpose accurately and appropriately.


Benchmarks for the Domain of Presentation

Pupils will meet the standard for the domain of presentation when they:

Foundation

Intermediate

Proficiency


present information on limited content, supported by visual aids

present information taken from different sources

present information in-depth, synthesizing information from various sources

describe people, places, things and events

react to the content of something read, seen or heard

present an argument for or against a particular point of view

produce a short piece of coherent writing and/or speech that conveys personal experiences

express ideas and opinions about general topics and experiences using main and supporting ideas


design a means for collecting information, such as a questionnaire and list the results

design different means for collecting information, such as surveys and interviews and report on the results

present conclusions based on the integration of the results of information obtained through different means

use given criteria, such as a checklist, to prepare and improve presentations

review and edit presentations based on feedback from peers and/or teacher

redraft a presentation, using a variety of tools such as a spell checker


Criteria

C o n t i n u u m


Foundation Level                                     Proficiency Level


Accuracy

Comprehensible Accurate
Content
Limited In-depth
Fluency
Hesitant Fluent
Length
Short Extended
Organization
Basic Advanced
Register
Emergent Appropriate
Syntax
Simple Complex
Topic
Personal General
Vocabulary
Basic Rich