Presentación oral: el cuento del gato
1. Write your own version of the cat story. Use your vocabulary from class to write the story using only Spanish. In order to get the best score possible, be creative and say something that we did not say in class!
2. Practice reading your story out loud (in the mirror, to a parent, to a friend etc). It is important that you actually recite the story OUT LOUD so that you can practice and hear any mistakes you may be making. You should have enough to say that it will take you 1-2 minutes.
3. Call (484) 843-1603 by 8:00pm on Saturday, December 31st (You may complete this assignment anytime BEFORE this due date).
a. After the beep, state your name and section.
b. Then, tell your story in Spanish.
c. When you are finished, hang up.
Oral Presentation Rubric
Pronunciation was 100%. Story was easy to understand.
Pronunciation was fairly accurate. Story was somewhat easy to
follow, but there were a few rough spots. (hesitation or groping for words).
Pronunciation was acceptable but story was difficult to
follow. There were many rough spots (hesitation or groping for words).
Pronunciation was poor. Story was impossible to follow. Speech was very choppy.
Full of details; included the basics with much elaboration
Good details; included the basics with some elaboration
Skimpy; lacking basic
Used variety of
words learned and used new words; all words used
Variety of words
used; 1 or 2 used
Lacking variety/a few
words used incorrectly which affected the
Very limited vocabulary;
Did you say your name & section?: Yes No
Did you speak for 1-2 minutes?: Yes No
Did you use only Spanish?: Yes No
Basic Vocabulary to be used in your oral presentation
Hay una muchacha
Tiene ______ años
Tiene un gato
Tiene otro gato