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  • 2017 Developing Essential Skills

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    A

    Oxford Bookworms Library Stage 2

    The Canterville Ghost (Oscar Wilde)

    There has been a ghost in the house for

    three hundred years, and Lord

    Cantervilles family have had enough of

    it. So Lord Canterville sells his grand

    old house to an American family. Mr. Hiram B. Otis is happy to buy

    the house and the ghost because of course Americans dont believe

    in ghosts.

    The Canterville ghost has great plans to frighten the life out of the Otis

    family. But Americans dont frighten easily especially not two noisy

    little boys and the poor ghost has a few surprises waiting for him.

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    B

    Oxford Bookworms Library Stage 3

    The Secret Garden (Frances

    Hodgson Burnett)

    Little Mary Lennox is a

    bad-tempered, disagreeable child.

    When her parents die in India, she is

    sent back to England to live with her

    uncle in a big, lonely, old house.

    There is nothing to do all day except walk in the gardens and watch

    the robin flying over the high walls of the secret garden... which has

    been locked for ten years. And no one has the key.

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    C

    Oxford Bookworms Library Stage 4

    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

    (Jules Verne)

    It is 1866, and there is trouble in the

    worlds oceans. What is the

    extraordinary thing that people have

    seen there, travelling faster than a whale and cutting holes in the

    bottom of the strongest ships? Professor Aronnax joins the search for

    the monster, hoping for an exciting adventure. But when he meets the

    mysterious Captain Nemo, his adventure becomes more extraordinary

    than he had ever imagined, and he discovers a new underwater world,

    full of wonders, but of strange dangers too...

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    D

    Oxford Bookworms Library Stage 5

    The Merchant of Venice (William

    Shakespeare)

    In sixteenth-century Venice a city of

    wealthy merchants and bankers

    money is all-important. Bassanio is

    penniless, but his great friend Antonio

    offers to help him by borrowing the money that he needs. To do this,

    though, Antonio must make an arrangement with an old enemy that

    puts his life in danger...

    The Merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeares most popular plays,

    and it has been performed all over the world. It is retold in this

    Bookworm not as a play, but as a story.

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    Title [ ]

    2nd grade Class ( ) No. ( ) Name ( )

    TASK 1

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    Title [ ]

    2nd grade Class ( ) No. ( ) Name ( )

    TASK 2

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    Lesson 3rd grade Class ( ) No.( ) Name ( )

    Attitude

    Posture /Eye contact Paper usage Volume

    /7

    3 Volume is loud enough to be heard by all

    audience members throughout the

    speech.

    2 Stands up straight, looks relaxed and

    confident. Establishes eye contact with

    everyone in the room during the

    speech.

    Dont use any paper notes

    during the speech. Volume is basically loud enough to be

    heard by all audience.

    1 Sometimes fails eye contact with

    everyone in the room during the

    speech.

    Uses paper notes a couple of

    times during the speech. Volume is often too soft to be heard and

    listener effort to be needed.

    Fluency

    Speed Pronunciation

    /5

    3 The speech is clear, though it may include minor lapses or

    minor difficulties with pronunciation or intonation

    patterns that do not affect overall intelligibility.

    2 The speech is well-paced flow. The speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort

    may be needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, or choppy rhythm/pace; meaning may be

    obscured in places.

    1 The speech is intelligible, but there are unnatural

    pauses and frequent hesitations.

    The speech is often unintelligible, because delivery is

    choppy, fragmented, or telegraphic.

    Organization

    4 The speech has a clear and effective organizational structure. (Uses O-R-E-O structure)

    It employs a strong opening and logical progression of ideas.

    /4

    3 The speech has an inconsistent organizational structure.

    Inconsistent use of transitional strategies.

    1 The speech has little or no organizational structure.

    Opinion

    4 The speakers opinion is supported with reasons and examples. Relationships between ideas are clear.

    /4

    3 The speech states an opinion but support for the opinion is missing, unintelligible, or incoherent.

    1 The speech fails to state an intelligible opinion as required.

    Comment TOTAL

    /20 A 18 20 (90%-100%) Amazing! B 16 17 (80% - 89%) Pretty good C 12 15 (60%-79%) Could be better 11 and below (59% and below) Needs improvement

    Reflection

    The things I did well on the oral presentation.

    The things that I want to challenge next time.

    The things I want to imitate from the other students.

    I still have questions on

    Oral Presentation (Speech) Grading Rubric

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    Grammar and

    spelling

    Capitalization and

    Punctuation Length Organization

    (sentence and paragraphs) Logical

    (Sophistication of ideas)

    4 Exceptional

    Writer makes no errors in grammar

    or spelling.

    3 Very good

    Writer makes 1-2 errors in

    grammar and/or spelling.

    The essay is more than

    100 words.

    The writing has a clear

    beginning, middle, and ending.

    The essay has a clear opinion

    statement. Persuasive reasons

    support the opinion.

    2 Good

    Writer makes 3-4 errors in

    grammar and/or spelling

    Writer makes almost no errors in

    capitalization and punctuation.

    The essay is more than

    80 words.

    The writing has a beginning,

    middle, and ending, but two of

    those parts are weak.

    The opinion statement is clear.

    More persuasive reasons are

    needed.

    1 Needs

    improvement

    Writer makes more than 4-5 errors

    in grammar and/or spelling.

    Writer makes 1-3 errors in capitalization

    and punctuation that may interfere with

    meaning.

    The essay is less than

    80 words.

    The beginning, middle, and

    ending run together.

    The opinion statement is unclear.

    Persuasive reasons are needed.

    0 Unsatisfactory

    Writer makes more than 5 errors in

    grammar and/or spelling.

    Writer makes 4 or more errors in

    capitalization and punctuation that

    sometimes interfere with meaning.

    The essay is less than

    50 words

    The organization is unclear and

    confusing.

    The essay fails to state an

    intelligible opinion.

    Score /4 /2 /3 /3 /3

    Comment

    3rd grade Class ( ) No. ( ) Name ( ) TOTAL /15

    Check your group members attitude!

    Date Lesson

    Class Group No. Observer (Name)

    Group Discussion Discussion Leader Name no. of times participated put a

    stated opinions

    made reactions /

    asked questions

    stated opinions

    made reactions /

    asked questions

    stated opinions

    made reactions /

    asked questions

    stated opinions

    made reactions /

    asked questions

    Comment

    Writing Grading Rubric

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    Jigsaw activity (4 corners) roles activity

    Jigsawactivity:Fourcorners

    Read Write

    Takenotes

    Part 1

    Chinese

    understand the whole first

    Westerners

    look at the main object

    Lesson 3

    Story Retelling Keywords

    ELEMENT English Communication II

    Take notes

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