English Language Department – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu

Yanbu Education Division

Yanbu English Language and PYP Institution

 

English Language Department

2022/2023 (2nd Semester)

ENG 001 – English I

Reading Project

Part A Due DateEnd of Week 10
Part B Due DateWeek 15

 

Assessment’s Start Time: Week 10Assessment’s End Time: Week 15

 

Student’s Name: 
ID: Section: 

 

FOR INSTRUCTOR USE ONLY

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CLO.Q. No.MAX MARKMARKS OBTAINED●        Read and follow the instructions for each question carefully.

 

3.1Part A2 
3.1Part B8 
TOTAL MARKS10 

FOR INSTRUCTOR’S USE ONLY

Marked By:Date:Signature:
   

 

ENG001 Reading Project

 General Guidelines

  1. By the end of this project, students should be able to present the analysis of a selected graded text in a creative way (CLO 3.1).
  1. Students will be provided with a variety of texts to choose from. Students can not choose a text that is not from the collected texts for this project. Teachers can suggest texts to the students because they know their language level.
  2. The project should be introduced to students by week 7. By the end of this project, students should be able to present the analysis of a selected graded text in a creative way (CLO 3.1).
  3. Students will be provided with a variety of texts to choose from. Students can not choose a text that is not from the collected texts for this project. Teachers can suggest texts to the students because they know their language level.
  4. The project should be introduced to students by week 7.
  5. There are two parts to be assessed in this project. Part A is a written analysis in which students are expected to answer questions that show their understanding of the text. Part B is the presentation part where they have to present their work in a creative way.

ENG001 Reading Project

Part A

Written Analysis

 

Answer the following questions about the article you chose:

  1. What is the main idea of the text? (6 sentences) (__/6)

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  1. Why did you choose this article? (2 sentences) (__/2)

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  1. How does the topic/ideas of the article relate to your life? (4 sentences) (__/4)

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  1. What’s your opinion on the topic? (4 sentences) (___/4)

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  1. What is the importance of this idea to you or to the community? (4 sentences) (__/4)

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Additional Information

(Ungraded)

 

Search for more information about the topic by reading another article and answer the question. You will use this in your presentation (part C).

  1. What additional information did you find on the topic?

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Assessment Guidelines ( Part A)

  1. Students should submit their Writing Analysis by the end of Week 10.
  2. Students are expected to write the number of sentences indicated next to each question in Section A.
  3. Marking Scheme:

Please award full marks if the sentences are meaningful and coherent. Each sentence carries one mark.

Writing Analysis: Part A

 

QuestionsMAX MARKMARKS OBTAINED
Question 16 
Question 22 
Question 34 
Question 44 
Question 54 
TOTAL (20)(__________/10)
Total (out of 2) 

 

ENG001 Reading Project

Part B

 

Guidelines for the Oral Presentation

 

  1. Oral Presentation in the Reading Project requires each student to present her/his work (answers to the required questions) using spoken words and visual aids like posters, charts, and objects, or spoken words and multimedia technology like PPT, video clip and audio recording.

 

  1. The entire presentation should be 7 to 10 minutes. This covers preparation, presentation proper, and Q&A session. Presentation of the content should not be less than 5 minutes and should not exceed 5 minutes.

 

  1. In the question-and-answer part,  the teacher will ask 2-3 questions to check the student’s understanding and/or ask questions on the parts of the presentation that may be unclear or incomplete.

 

  1. Presentations must be done in class, in a face-to-face setting, and with the teacher as an evaluator and the whole class as an audience.

 

  1. The presentation must cover the content expected in the project.

 

  1. Introduce your presentation by mentioning your topic.
  2. Present your answers to the following questions:
  • Why did you choose the first article? What is the article about?
  • What additional information did you find about your chosen topic? What other information do you think can be added to the discussion of the topic? Why is the information important or interesting to add?
  • How can your chosen topic affect the quality of your life or the quality of human life? Are the effects positive and/or negative?
  1. Present five new words taken from the article. Explain the meanings of these words with the aid of visuals like images, video clips, and other tools.

 

  1. Attractive, well-designed, and clear visual aids/multimedia technology should be used.

 

  1. The teacher will evaluate the presentation using the provided rubric.

 

  1. Presentations must be done in weeks 14-15.

 

  1. Absence in the scheduled presentation is equivalent to zero if there is no valid excuse approved by the course coordinator.

 

Scoring Rubric for Oral Presentation

 4—Excellent3—Good2—Fair1—Needs ImprovementMarks obtained
Content  / Organization● Presents the information clearly and displays a complete understanding of the topic

● Answers all questions with explanations and elaboration

● Presents information in a logical sequence

● Effectively shows how additional text(s) enriched original text

●        Generally presents the information clearly and displays a reasonable understanding of the topic

●     Answers questions without elaboration

●     Generally presents information in a logical sequence

●     Shows how additional text(s)  enriched original text

●        Presents information with gaps. Requisite knowledge is not evident throughout

●        Is able to answer only rudimentary questions

●        Presentation may not be sequential or logical

●     Unable to connect additional text(s) with original text

 

●  Presentation lacks virtually all required elements of expected knowledge

●  Does not have a grasp of information and cannot answer questions about subject

●  Does not have a logical sequence of information

●  Does not include additional texts

 
Visuals●        Visuals greatly enhance the presentation.

●        Include creative aids to explain 5 or more vocabulary items

●        Have few or no errors

●        Visuals add to the presentation.

●        Include somewhat creative aids to explain 3-4 vocabulary items

●        Have some errors

 

●        Visuals do not detract from the presentation.

●        Include creative ways to explain less than 3 vocabulary items

●        Have frequent errors

●        Visuals are irrelevant or ineffective.

●        Include no vocabulary items

●        Have many errors

 

 
Delivery●  Great use of direct eye contact, seldom looking at notes/screen

●  Speaks with fluctuation in volume and inflection to maintain audience interest

and emphasize key points

●     Consistent use of direct eye contact with the audience, but still returns to notes/screen

●     Speaks with the satisfactory variation of volume and inflection

●  Displays minimal eye contact with the audience, while reading mostly from the notes/screen

●  Speaks in uneven volume with little or no inflection

●  Holds no eye contact with the audience, as the entire report is read from notes/screen

●  Speaks in low volume and/ or monotonous tone, which causes the audience to disengage

 
Mechanics●        correct use of grammar with very few errors

●        effective use of appropriate vocabulary

●  correct grammar with a few errors

●  vocabulary mostly appropriate for the purpose and the audience

●  one or two minor grammar errors

●   vocabulary use is too elementary or not effective

•   Multiple grammar errors and use of inappropriate vocabulary 
Total (16/2=8)  

___/2=

Adapted from:

https://www.readwritethink.org/sites/default/files/resources/printouts/30700_rubric.pdf

https://www.rcampus.com/rubricshowc.cfm?code=U4C6W5&sp=yes&

https://mcb.unco.edu/pdf/communications-rubrics/Oral-Rubric.pdf

 

 

 

 

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