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Oral Assessment Form

This table should help as a guide for evaluating the oral skills of your fellow students. You may print it out and take notes as you listen. Remind the student that he/she should keep in mind the time available for the oral and should organise the presentation accordingly.

Oral assessment form to use when preparing for the oral exam. You may check off the statement which best corresponds with the student's performance.

Name: _____________________________ Grade: _______________

Content: Criteria:Presentation and Discussion of the Topic
Examiner's Notes Grade 5-6 Exceptionally
High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grade 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grade 2 -1
Low to Very Low Degree of
Competence

Rich in content.

Topic thoroughly presented
and discussed.

Topic satisfactorily
presented and discussed

Topic
presented well but
there is little or
no discussion.

Topic not explored
properly

Very little relevant content.

Structure: Criteria: Flow, Transition, Introduction and Conclusion, Cohesion, Use of Linking Words
Examiner's NotesGrade 5-6
Exceptionally
High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grade 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grade 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of
Competence

Excellent/ good introduction and conclusion.

Excellent/good
transition between main points.

Satisfactory introduction
and conclusion.

Satisfactory transition
between main points.

There is some degree of
organisation in the
presentation.
Language: Criteria: Vocabulary, Grammar, Sentence Construction, Usage, Pronunciation
Examiner's Notes
Grade 5-6 Exceptionally
High to Very High Degree of Competence
Grade 3-4
High to Fair Degree of Competence
Grade 2-1
Low to Very Low Degree of
Competence

Varied and concise vocabulary

Few or no language or usage errors

Excellent/Good pronunciation skills

Good/satisfactory range of vocabulary

Some language and usage errors

Many basic grammar
and usage errors

Satisfactory pronunciation/
Some errors

Undeveloped vocabulary,
mixed with Norwegian

Extensive language and usage errors but manages to convey the basic ideas

Communication breaks down many times.

Pronunciation needs improvement