Γυμνάσιο Κολλεγίου Αθηνών

Language acquisition Criterion C

 

At the end of phase 1, students should be able to: 

i. respond appropriately to simple short phrases 
ii. interact in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language 
iii. use basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a variety of aspects of everyday topics 
iv. communicate with a sense of audience.

Achievement level Level descriptor, Phase 1
0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.
1–2 The student:
i. makes limited attempt to respond to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text; responses are often inappropriate
ii. interacts minimally in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language
iii. uses minimal basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a limited range of aspects of everyday topics
iv. communicates with a limited sense of audience.
3–4 The student:
i. responds to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text, though some responses may be inappropriate
ii. interacts to some degree in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language
iii. uses some basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a limited range of aspects of everyday topics
iv. communicates with some sense of audience.
5–6 The student:
i. responds appropriately to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text
ii. interacts considerably in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language
iii. uses basic phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information on some aspects of everyday topics
iv. communicates with a considerable sense of audience.
7–8 The student:
i. responds in detail and appropriately to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text
ii. interacts confidently in simple and rehearsed exchanges, using verbal and non-verbal language
iii. uses basic phrases effectively to communicate ideas, feelings and information on a variety of aspects of everyday topics
iv. communicates with an excellent sense of audience.

At the end of phase 2, students should be able to: 

i. respond appropriately to spoken and/or written and/or visual text 
ii. interact in basic structured exchanges 
iii. use phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information in familiar situations 
iv. communicate with a sense of audience. 

Achievement level Level descriptor, Phase 2
0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.
1–2 The student:
i. makes limited attempt to respond to simple short phrases or basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text; responses are often inappropriate
ii. interacts minimally in basic structured exchanges
iii. uses minimal phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information in a limited range of familiar situations
iv. communicates with a limited sense of audience.
3–4 The student:
i. responds to simple short phrases and some basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text, though some responses may be inappropriate
ii. interacts to some degree in basic structured exchanges
iii. uses some phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information in a limited range of familiar situations; ideas are not always relevant or detailed
iv. communicates with some sense of audience.
5–6 The student:
i. responds appropriately to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text
ii. interacts considerably in basic structured exchanges
iii. uses phrases to communicate ideas, feelings and information in some familiar situations; ideas are relevant and detailed
iv. communicates with a considerable sense of audience.
7–8 The student:
i. responds in detail and appropriately to simple short phrases and basic information in spoken and/or written and/or visual text
ii. interacts confidently in basic structured exchanges
iii. uses phrases effectively to communicate ideas, feelings and information in a variety of familiar situations; ideas are relevant, detailed and include examples
iv. communicates with an excellent sense of audience.